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Cottonseed Processing Costs and Returns Under Alternative Technologies: Saw Delintering Versus Hulling Undelintered Seed
(National Cotton Council of America, 1980)
Since delintering in cottonseed oil mills is a large user energy and labor and is a major source of dust, hulling undelintered seed may be a feasible alternative to saw delintering. A simulation modeling approach was use ...
Economic Weed Control in High Plains Cotton
(American Society of Agronomy, Inc., 1990)
An Objective System for Cotton Price Discovery
(National Cotton Council of America, 1994)
An automated price reporting system using computer technology and hedonic price theory is used to estimate daily cotton market prices, premiums, and discounts. This objective approach for reporting cotton market prices was ...
A Computerized Remote Access Commodity Market: TELCOT
(Southern Agricultural Economics Association, 1978-12)
Identifying Bark in West Texas Cotton: Classification Versus Laboratory Measurements
(National Cotton Council of America, 1995)
Forty-eight bales of cotton that were officially classed and laboratory measured for bark content were used 10 determine the accuracy of bark classification in West Texas Cotton. The results indicated that the c1assers' ...
Cost of a Hypothetical Cotton Producation System: Closed Boll Cotton
(CAB International Publishing, 1981)
Costs associated with a potential new production technology--closed boll cotton-- were estimated for Midsouth cotton used in producing medium-count yarn in a ring spinning mill. These costs were compared with costs associated ...
Cotton Market Price Information: How it Affects the Industry
(The Cotton Foundation, 1998)
Price information is relevant to all sectors and participants in the cotton industry, but understanding of the roles of price information by industry is not widespread. This paper examines the role of prices and price ...
Cotton Price Responsivenss to Quality in the U.S.: Textile Mill Prices Paid Vs. Producer Prices
(National Cotton Council of America, 1993)
An attribute pricing model was used to examine the impacts of cotton fiber characteristics on cotton prices in the U.S. market. Information on cotton prices and quality attributes from the USDA was used in the pricing ...
Characteristic Supplies and Demands in a Hedonic Framework: U.S. Market for Cotton Fiber Attributes
(American Agricultural Economics Association, 1992-11)
An economic analysis of production responses for cotton and grain sorghum on the Texas High Plains
(Texas Tech University, 1967-06)
Farmers on the Texas High Plains, as in other areas of the state and nation, are continually faced with the problem of adjusting to changing conditions. Some of the conditions are changes in resource and product prices, ...