Cotton touches all of our lives and is grown by Aussie farmers under the Australian sun. Today’s modern cotton industry is an agricultural success story. Here you’ll learn all about the people, the natural resources and the technology that makes it happen.
The typical Australian cotton farm is:
- Australian owned
- Family owned and operated
- Medium sized (an average 400 hectares of cotton)
- A mixed enterprise growing other commodities such as grain and livestock
Cotton is everywhere you look. We sleep in it, dry ourselves with it, wrap our bodies in it - we even cook wi...
Cotton is grown from Emerald in the north of Queensland right down to Griffith in southern NSW. Throughout th...
Soil, water, plants, animals and air are all part of what makes a dynamic and healthy cotton farming system. ...
Science & Innovation
Australia’s cotton industry is underpinned by an enormous research effort that is funded by cotton growers i...
Australia’s cotton is sold into a world market, competing against around 75 other cotton producing nations f...