Cotton farmers planting "fencepost to fencepost" across the planet is likely to send prices...


Cotton farmers planting "fencepost to fencepost" across the planet is likely to send prices tumbling this year, according to a survey of analysts and traders. The extra acres devoted to cotton could come at the expense of corn and beans, driving food prices even higher. Premarket: BAL -2.6%

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  • Jason Tillberg
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    Same thing happened to milk prices a few years ago. I can still get a gallon of milk for $1.98 at my local Wegmans.
    28 Mar 2011, 09:06 AM Reply Like
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