2020/2021 Crop Year “Cost to Market” Adjustment

In the Upland Cotton Announcement – July 16, 2020, USDA stated that the “cost to market” adjustment for the 2020/2021 crop year will be 16.95 cents/lb. This adjustment will have an effective date for the week ending August 6, 2020. See the announcement below.

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More Advocacy Issues

Please click below for details regarding the effective date and compliance dates for the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s final rule, Position Limits for Derivatives. Provided by: Delta Strategy Group. More Here.

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The American Cotton Shippers would like to thank USDA’s Farm Service Agency for extending the marketing assistance loans (MALs) for non-recourse loans from 9 to 12 months. See notice below. More Here

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On January 7th, ACSA along with other groups within an agricultural transportation working group wrote a letter to President-elect Joe Biden and the transition team requesting their support in advancing transportation infrastructure and policies to enhance the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of transporting agricultural products. Letter Here

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