What does Cotton Offense & Defense Look Like for 2016? 2-9-16
Cotton success for 2016 is not different from other years; it will just be more challenging. Basically with have to make more than we spend. Ya-thank. It makes me think about the Super Bowl. No matter who you were pulling for, you have to admit that it was won with an outstanding defense (ranked 1st), and an offense that while not having big plays, just did the basics well and did not try to make anything fancy happen. The defensive coordinator was just kind of an old school guy that everybody overlooked but simply focused on being aggressive but basic and maximizing the resources he had available. Inspired by this philosophy and approach, I am challenged to think through our strengths, and apply these ideas as a part of the 2016 cotton championship. Defense: Price : supported between 62 and 72 depending on POP & Quality Costs: Efficiency & Lower input prices Offense: 5 year average yield @ 900 to 1100 depending on County.
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