In 2022, crop producers will face a completely different cost structure and risk profile than previous seasons. However, another important cost consideration in 2022 will be land expense. Particularly if […]
2021 Cotton Market Outlook – Video Mar 12, 2021
Dr. Aaron Smith, University of Tennessee ag economist, discusses the 2021 cotton outlook as part of the University of Tennessee Cotton Focus event.
Tennessee: COVID Has Sobering Impact on Ag Economy Dec 17, 2020
In this year’s economic report to the governor, researchers at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture detail the extent of COVID-19 impacts on Tennessee’s agricultural sectors; examine the struggle […]
Tennessee: Ag Sectors Taking Hit from COVID-19 Aug 14, 2020
The latest research from the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture indicates that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of agricultural commodity production and distribution, leading to substantial price […]
May 20 (Final Planting date) has come and gone and June 4 (End of Late Planting) is around the corner for cotton producers. If you haven’t planted yet and have Revenue […]
Cotton is tied closely to global economic activity as, in general, clothing and other apparel purchases are not a necessity and can be delayed, unlike food.
Cotton producers and agricultural industry professionals can learn about the latest cotton research at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture’s annual Cotton Focus on Thursday, February 13. The event […]
Kyle Krier is racing the fall weather. After receiving more than 10 inches of rain on his central Kansas farm in October, he finally started cutting soybeans last Friday. More […]