Georgia growers support National Cotton Council's work

June 2013
Southeast Farm Press;6/5/2013, Vol. 40 Issue 15, p9
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The article focuses on the efforts of the National Cotton Council in guaranteeing the cotton's viability in the U.S. It states that the council centered on the farm bill, the international contract defaults, and the Peruvian counter-vailing duty investigation, however, their main aim is the adoption of balanced long-term farm policy. Moreover, the average farm program benefits per bale produced and for Georgia from 2008-2012 is also presented.


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