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Finding A Solution

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Cotton Council International, the National Cotton Council’s export promotion arm, continues to vigorously advance U.S. cotton as the “The Cotton The World Trusts.” ■ What is CCI’s overall mission? Operating in more than 50 countries under its COTTON USA™ trademark, CCI is achieving an ambitious mission of making U.S. cotton the preferred fiber for mills/manufacturers, brands/retailers and consumers. Reaching that ... Read More »

Let’s Talk Logos

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The Seal Of Cotton Is Recognized And Respected In The Marketplace • By Stacey Warren, Warren, Arkanssa • Let’s talk about logos. What is the value of a good trademark? Well, when it comes to the Seal of Cotton trademark, the value is pretty significant. In fact, more than eight out of 10 consumers are aware of the seal. That’s ... Read More »

No Islands In The Cotton Belt

In late 2018, I was in Lamesa, Texas, visiting my friend, and Cotton Board member, Matt Farmer, during cotton harvest. A film crew accompanied me because we were capturing some footage of Matt, his operation and his family, to create a video for our Forever Cotton campaign. During my visit, Matt threw out these great little sayings and nuggets of ... Read More »

Localized Research Keeps Cotton In Context

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All U.S. Upland cotton producers pay an assessment to The Cotton Board. In turn, it contracts with Cotton Incorporated to conduct research and promotion to increase the demand for and profitability of cotton. Many cotton producers are aware of the national and regional research projects conducted by Cotton Incorporated but may be unaware that 7.5% of cotton assessments are dedicated ... Read More »

Farmers, Researchers Interact In The Lone Star State

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Cotton Incorporated’s Agricultural and Environmental Research Department invests in regional research programs across the Cotton Belt. The AERD team regularly visits growers in the field and attends regional meetings to identify specific research needs within a production area. Cotton Incorporated often partners with public sector programs, such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service, state Extension programs and university ... Read More »