Today’s Cotton Newsline is 4 cuts. All cuts are Dr. Jody Campiche, Vice President of Economics and Policy Analysis for the National Cotton Council.
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U.S. cotton producers received a major break this month when USDA announced its Cotton Ginning Cost-Share (CGCS) program. This one-time $300 million program is intended to offset a portion of U.S. cotton producers’ 2015 crop season cotton ginning costs. The National Cotton Council’s Vice President of Economics and Policy Analysis, Dr. Jody Campiche, joins us to explain the details and to remind producers that the deadline to sign-up is August 5th.
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While the Cotton Ginning Cost Share program makes payments to cotton producers for anticipated cotton ginning costs,
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Through the Cotton Ginning Cost Share program,
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FSA announced that county offices will be mailing a pre-filled form to every cotton producer who had a share of the 2015 crop indicating the certified acreage (planted and failed).