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Cotton farmers are opting to sell their produce to private players rather than at the procurement centers of the Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) due to prices being quoted over and above the Minimum Support Price (MSP). The MSP for cotton announced by the government is Rs 5,700 per quintal, as the price offered by the private players is more than the MSP, farmers have so far sold about 6.64 lakh quintals of cotton to the private players and only 20 quintals to the CCI, he added. According to the agriculture department officials, the CCI centers in the State could so far procure only 20 quintals of cotton from the farmers in the State. The Agriculture and Marketing Department (AMD) had opened procurement centers in 27 out of 106 market yards. Procurement centers have also been opened at 207 ginning mills in the State.

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