Wrangler works throughout the cotton supply chain and with industry, academic, and nonprofit partners to help producers improve yields, decrease inputs, fight erosion, andreduce greenhouse gas emissions. We’ve come to believe the surest way to achieve supply chain transformation is to consider the economics of downstream customers and upstream vendors.
The insights gained from our soil-health initiative and our desire to increase the quality and quantity of on-farm data drove Wrangler to invest in IT infrastructure on behalf of cotton growers, and it lead to the second paper in our Science and Conservation Series. Written in collaboration with farm-management software company,
MyFarms, the report, From Burden to Benefit: Sustainability Data in the Agricultural Supply Chain, aims to help build collaboration between the diverse actors in agricultural supply chains and help brand sustainability managers launch on-farm programs.