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Costs of producing upland cotton in the United States, 1969



Costs of producing upland cotton in the United States, 1969



Agricultural Economic Report, Economic Research Service (227): 47



This report presents results of a survey of cotton production inputs and costs in 20 major producing regions of the United States. Average costs per acre and bale are given by input subgroups for each region and the United States. Average costs and receipts (including Government payments) per pound of lint produced are also shown.

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