Cotton Board 2017 Annual Report Now Available
The Cotton Board’s 2017 Annual Report is now available online.
The report offers a letter from Louisiana cotton producer, George LaCour Jr., who served as the Cotton Board’s 2017 chairman. In his letter, LaCour says, “The leadership of the Cotton Board and Cotton Incorporated used the several years of declining revenue to sharpen our strategic planning, narrow the scope of our activities, and focus our resources in critical areas. Throughout this period, we prioritized two things – finding innovative, cost-effective ways to drive demand, and maintaining the exceptional, professional staff at Cotton Incorporated despite smaller budgets.
“We place a high value on the professionals who work for Cotton Incorporated,” he adds, “and they will be there working for me, for cotton importers, and for every U.S. cotton producer as our funding strengthens and we turn the tables on synthetic fibers.”
The report features 2017 budget/financial information, as well as findings from the five-year USDA mandated Economic Effectiveness study of the Cotton Research and Promotion Program.
The Cotton Board’s annual report is published electronically to save printing costs and paper. Copies of the report in either paper or DVD format are available by contacting Stacey Gorman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 870-226-1445.
Based on information provided by The Cotton Board