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Market Outlook

For information on current and previous baseline projections for upland cotton, see the Market Outlook chapter.

Commodity Policy



Other Links

U.S. Department of Agriculture

National Agricultural Statistics Service, Publications. Data on U.S. cotton acreage, ginnings, monthly marketings, prices, production, and value.

World Agricultural Outlook Board. Monthly supply and demand estimates for the United States and other countries.

Foreign Agricultural Service, Cotton: World Markets and Trade. Information on world cotton markets and trade.

Farm Service Agency, Commodity Operations. Information on agricultural programs and other commodity information.

Agricultural Marketing Service, Cotton Market News Reports. Weekly cotton market review, cotton quality, and prices.

National Agricultural Library, National Agricultural Library Digital Repository (NALDR). Online browsing of historical ERS Agricultural Economic Reports and Agricultural Information Bulletins.

Other U.S. Government

Bureau of the Census, Consumption on the Cotton System and Stocks. Information on U.S. cotton consumption and stocks.

U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Textiles and Apparel. Textile agreements, trade data and trade preference programs.


Texas A&M University, Cotton Marketing Planner. Information and educational resources related to cotton.

Texas Tech University, Cotton Economics Research Institute. Cotton economic information in published reports and ongoing research projects.

North Carolina State University, Cooperative Extension, Crop Production: Cotton. Information provided by the Extension Service.

Mississippi State University, Delta Research and Extension Center, Cotton Research. Ongoing cotton research and extension work.


International Cotton Advisory Committee. Information on world cotton supply and use to member countries having an interest in cotton production, consumption, or trade.

Last updated: Friday, June 19, 2015

For more information contact: Leslie Meyer, James Kiawu, and Stephen MacDonald