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How can you be sure of the impact being a grower-owner would have on

you and your family?

In looking at co-ops of today, a recent study by the Texas AgriLife Extension evaluated the economic contribution of a subset of cooperatives that are members of the Texas Agricultural Cooperative Council (TACC).

A few of their findings:

$825 million

TACC member cooperatives potentially impact the lives of one out of every three Texans and contribute more than $825 million to the Texas GDP.

$685 million

In Oklahoma, cooperatives created more than $685 million in economic activity through their expenditures and profit distribution.

The message is clear – cotton means business and economic impact.

Following Cottonthrough the process

Many individuals and companies make up what cotton producers call the “supply chain.” Every step is imperative to its success each year. Here, we take a look at the impact cooperatives have on grower-owners at every level.

Following Cotton
through the process

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Following Cottonthrough the process

Many individuals and companies make up what cotton producers call the “supply chain.” Every step is imperative to its success each year. Here, we take a look at the impact cooperatives have on grower-owners at every level.