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The National Agricultural Statistics Service decreased High Plains upland cotton production estimates by 130,000 bales from their September report, projecting that area growers will produce 4,520,000 bales this season. Most of the decrease came from the Southern High Plains, where the estimate was adjusted downward from 3.475 million bales in September to 3.35 million bales in the October report. The Northern High Plains estimate decreased from 1.175 million bales in September to 1.17 million bales in October. Projected yield per acre decreased in both regions. The Northern High Plains went from 742 pounds in the September estimate to 739 pounds in the ...

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