Cutting Cotton-Storage Subsidy May Lower Price, Texas Tech Says

Requiring U.S. cotton producers to pay for storing the crop may push prices lower while boosting exports as supplies flood the market, according to a report by Texas Tech University.

Written by: Jessica Behnham

Requiring U.S. cotton producers to pay for storing the crop may push prices lower while boosting exports as supplies flood the market, according to a report by Texas Tech University.

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