Skip to main content

Factors Influencing Cotton Producers’ Choice of Marketing Outlet

This report will summarize the findings from the mail survey titled “How—and How Well—Is Your Cotton Marketed.” The survey was administered to the population of cot-ton producers in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas in the spring of 2012. The objective of this study was to reexamine cotton producers’ cash marketing outlet choices, and what influences those choices, in light of recent changes in price, extreme weather events and changes in worldwide supply and demand. The report will feature summary information about growers and farm demographics, regional and statewide breakdowns of marketing outlet allocations, and a discussion of results and their implications for producers and agri-businesses.


Click below to view.


E-1036 Cotton Marketing

Was this information helpful?
Fact Sheet
2021 Oklahoma Cotton Harvest Aid Guide

The current guide to harvesting cotton including crop condition and future outlooks.

Fact Sheet
Organizational Branding 101

A clear depiction of the steps that needs to be taken to establish branding.

Business Strategy & MarketingMarketing Strategy & Tactics
Fact Sheet
Utilizing Heat Units in Oklahoma Cotton Production

Heat units are used in Oklahoma cotton production to monitor crop development, predict blooming and make decisions about crop inputs or protection.

Fact Sheet
Oklahoma Cropland Rental Rates: 2020-21

A 2020-2021 survey reporting the rental agreements, rates and influencing factors of leasing farmland in Oklahoma.

AlfalfaCottonCrop EconomicsCropsGrains & OilseedsHayPastures & ForageSoybeans
Back To Top