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Less acres, high usage boost grain prices

Agricultural Letter , Issue Jul , Pages 1-2

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A resurgent rural economy spurs farmland values

The rural economy broke free from the reins of recession in 2004 with an especially strong performance in the farm sector. Net farm income easily surpassed the record high of 2003. And the weakness that plagued the nonfarm rural economy in recent years appears to have been replaced with stronger job growth and higher incomes. Strong performances in the farm and nonfarm sectors have led to soaring land values. Rising incomes are often capitalized into asset values, and the past year was no exception. Rising rural incomes quickly led to strong land value gains. Since real estate is rural ...
Economic Review , Volume 90 , Issue Q I , Pages 59-82

Journal Article
The Russian wheat deal-hindsight vs. foresight

Review , Volume 55 , Issue Oct , Pages 2-9

Newsletter
Conditions turn up for dairy farmers

Agricultural Letter , Issue Jul , Pages 2-3

Journal Article
Drought 1988: farmers and the macroeconomy

Economic and Financial Policy Review , Issue Sep , Pages 15-22

Newsletter
Lower prices trim dairy farmer earnings

Agricultural Letter , Issue Mar 22

Journal Article
Will the wild ride for U.S. agriculture continue in 1997?

U.S. agriculture formally entered a new era in April 1996 when a new seven-year farm bill was signed into law overturning 60 years of commodity programs. The new bill set agriculture on a new course where markets, not government programs, will determine agriculture's products and its bottom line. The new path was underscored by one of the wildest years in commodity markets in recent memory. Grain prices soared to new heights, while cattle prices sank to new lows. The market swings pointed to the variations in income that agriculture may experience under the new farm bill. Nevertheless, a new ...
Economic Review , Issue Q I , Pages 63-78

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Farmers face Phase IV

FRBSF Economic Letter

Journal Article
Crop costs and farm survival

Economic Review , Issue Mar , Pages 8-26

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Farm Crisis: Here we go again?

Fedgazette , Volume 11 , Issue Oct , Pages 1

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