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Economic Outlook For Cotton Ginners In 2023

March 14, 2023 3:16 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Economic Outlook For Cotton Ginners In 2023 Across the US, cotton production has been a significant contributor to economic growth in recent years. However, this year’s production is expected to be down by about $2 billion. The impact of this year’s crop losses won’t only be felt by those directly involved in agriculture, it will also have ripple effects throughout the economy. For that reason, it is important to understand the current economic so of cotton in the US and what/how you can get ahead of this situation. Inflation Inflation is one of the biggest economic threats facing the world... View Article

History Of The Textile Industry In The USA

March 14, 2023 3:11 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

History Of The Textile Industry In The USA During the 1700’s, the textile industry had many difficulties. It was reliant on manual labor and draft animals to supply the raw materials needed for cloth production. Eventually, the introduction of industrial technology changed the face of the textile industry forever. Until that point, the world was reliant on hand looms and horses to produce fabric. Samuel Slater Samuel Slater, the British-born American industrialist, is often credited with the beginning of the industrial revolution in America. His knowledge of the textile industry in England, along with his entrepreneurial spirit, helped to jump... View Article

How Has Cotton Ginning Changed in Texas?

July 28, 2020 9:49 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The field of cotton ginning has evolved significantly over the course of the last several decades. Throughout all of the upgrades the industry has seen, the common thread has been the propensity for going bigger and achieving higher capacity, ensuring today’s machines are capable of meeting the needs of growers at larger scales who are expanding productions even into areas such as Texas’s High Plains, which are not considered to be traditional cotton growth regions. Here’s an overview of how cotton production and cotton ginning in North Texas have changed over the years, and what you will see out of... View Article

How to Clean Your Machinery During the COVID-19 Outbreak

May 1, 2020 11:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

During the current health crisis, coronavirus commercial prevention and safety procedures in Lubbock, TX are crucial. Following appropriate protocols could save lives. Of course, regular cleaning of machinery is always important to ensure optimal performance, but it is now more important than ever. Use the following steps to improve the safety of your facility. Keep it clean Clean frequently-touched machinery often. Thoroughly clean all components that come into contact with employees or the public. In addition to the machinery itself, be sure to clean switches, handles and other auxiliary components that are typically high-touch surfaces. Don’t forget to disinfect For... View Article

Byproducts of Cotton

August 7, 2018 11:28 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Cotton has been cultivated and used to make products for at least 7,000 years. Archeologists have found pieces of cotton fabrics throughout the world, dating as far back as 12,000 BC. Cotton fabrics aren’t the only use of cotton, though, and more uses are being found each and every day. Cotton production in West Texas uses most of the byproducts cotton creates, even what’s left over after production. Here’s a closer look at how cotton is so much more than just a fiber source: Cottonseed: Cotton production in West Texas may focus on using the fiber in apparel and home... View Article

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