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Seeds of change

It's been eight years since genetically modified seeds first came on the market. Farmers have seen some advantages, but certain consumers, particularly those abroad, are still resisting the technology.
Regional Review , Issue Q 2 / Q 3 , Pages 12-21

Working Paper
Political allocation of U.S. agriculture disaster payments in the 1990s

Legislation passed during the 1990s attempted to move U.S. agriculture disaster relief to a more market oriented process. The failure of this legislation has been attributed to the political system behind agricultural disaster relief. This paper explores the impact of political influence on the allocation of U.S. direct agriculture disaster payments. The results reveal that disaster payments are not based solely on need, but are higher in those states represented by public officials key to the allocation of relief. The effectiveness of legislation aimed at promoting more efficient disaster ...
Working Papers , Paper 2003-005

Journal Article
District agriculture considers a future without the Conservation Reserve Program

Regional Economic Digest , Issue Q III , Pages 7-10

Working Paper
The effects of macroeconomic policy on farmland value

Research Working Paper , Paper 86-11

Speech
The impact of monetary policy on agriculture

Presentation at the ASU Convocation Center, Jonesboro, Ark. - Feb. 16, 2000
Speech , Paper 71

Newsletter
Farm equipment sales

Agricultural Letter , Issue Mar 8

Newsletter
Agricultural exports close in on another record year

Agricultural Letter , Issue Jun

Newsletter
Crop reports signal contrasting price pressures

Agricultural Letter , Issue Apr

Newsletter
Agricultural exports support farm and nonfarm sectors

Agricultural Letter , Issue Jan

Newsletter
Farmland values and credit conditions

Although the droughts effects on the Seventh Federal Reserve District lingered, the year-over-year increase in agricultural land values only eased to 13 percent in the third quarter of 2012. In addition, there was a quarterly gain of 5 percent in the value of good farmlandactually much larger than the increase of the previous quarter. According to the 223 responses provided for the October 1 survey, the Districts agricultural land values were expected to continue rising in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Agricultural Letter , Issue Nov

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