Our Strategic Alliances
We don’t have clients. We have alliances. We ally with organizations working for the good of American agriculture. We share and develop resources and give alliance partners access to a vast network.
Our Valued Alliances
Farm Policy Facts
Southwest Council of Agribusiness
Crop Insurance Professionals Association
Cotton Warehouse Association of America
Farm Policy Facts (FPF)—a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization—is a coalition of farm advocacy organizations created to educate policymakers, mainstream media, and the consuming public about the importance of and challenges associated with agriculture. We support FPF because it highlights American agriculture's contribution to a strong, safe, and sustainable world.
Supporters of Farm Policy Facts include:
- American Sugar Alliance
- Minnesota Corn Growers Associations
- National Cotton Council
- Southwest Council of Agribusiness
- USA Rice Federation
- National Association of Wheat Growers
- Association of Equipment Manufacturers
The Southwest Council of Agribusiness (SWCA) is an alliance of agricultural organizations, financial institutions, and businesses established to actively advocate for strong agricultural policy, which is vital to the businesses and economy of the greater Southwest. The SWCA has active membership from Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico, and Colorado.
The Crop Insurance Professionals Association (CIPA) is a national grassroots organization of crop insurance agents – spanning from Florida to California and from North Dakota to Texas – who are committed to maintaining and strengthening the safety net for the American farmer and rancher through strong Federal Crop Insurance. With the uncertainty in today’s political and economic environment, coupled with the volatility of the weather, commodity prices, and input costs that always confront agricultural producers, the importance of effective risk management tools for the American farmer and rancher is greater now more than ever.
We use cotton every day—from towels, to clothes, to fabric around our homes and workplaces. Like most of the U.S. agriculture industry, the cotton business in the U.S. is changing. The Cotton Warehouse Association (CWAA) works to identify issues and needs challenging cotton warehouses and to present new opportunities. CWAA, alongside other cotton organizations, works to improve the competitiveness and marketability of U.S. cotton and to build a stronger, more efficient warehouse industry. CWAA represents a diverse and unified group of cotton warehouse operators from the Carolinas to California.