Episode 1013  
  • Lousiianna Cotton Harvest Louisianna Cotton Harvest Trace this key product from field to fabric, and learn about the surprising byproducts made from cotton.
  • North Carolina Cotton Yarn to Fabric North Carolina Cotton Yarn to FabricNorth Carolina’s Parkdale Mills produces nearly a billion pounds of cotton yarn each year. The yarn will go into dozens of different kinds of cotton fabrics used in everything from t-shirts to dresses to bedsheets and towels.
  • Texas Cotton Seeds to Cattle Feed Texas Cotton Seeds to Cattle Feed See how cotton seeds end up in factories like Pyco Industries in Texas, where they’re squeezed for cottonseed oil, and how the seed hulls are turned into high-protein livestock feed.
  • Louisiana Cotton Seed Dairy Protein Louisiana Cotton Seed Dairy Protein The Kleinpeter family once raised cotton on their Louisiana farm, but today they use cotton products to help produce milk and ice cream.
  • Texas Cotton Oil Chicken Catfish Dinners Texas Cotton Oil Chicken Catfish Dinners If you stop by River Smith’s restaurant in central Texas, you’ll discover how cottonseed oil is perfect for the high-temperature deep frying needed to create the restaurant’s signature catfish and chicken dishes

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