Farm and Ranch

Sweet Sorghum as an Ethanol Feedstock in Western Nebraska

Cornhusker Economics January 17, 2018Sweet Sorghum as an Ethanol Feedstock in Western Nebraska – Could It Happen?

It has been proposed that non-irrigated sweet sorghum might be grown in western Nebraska as a seasonal substitute for corn grain in corn ethanol plants. In the research summarized here1, we examine the economic feasibility of this possibility, based on the technical data that are currently available about sweet sorghum production.

Managing Cattle Market Risk with LRP Insurance

Cornhusker Economics December 20, 2017Managing Cattle Market Risk with LRP Insurance

An Introduction to the Economic Impact of Dry Edible Bean Production

Cornhusker Economics December 13, 2017An Introduction to the Economic Impact of Dry Edible Bean Production

Who Is Trading in the Futures Markets and Why It Matters Part 2

Cornhusker Economics November 29, 2017Who Is Trading in the Futures Markets and Why It Matters – Part 2

Livestock Air Emission Requirements

Cornhusker Economics November 8, 2017Livestock Air Emission Requirements

Risk Implications from the Selection of Rainfall Index Insurance Intervals

Cornhusker Economics November 1, 2017Risk Implications from the Selection of Rainfall Index Insurance Intervals

Farm Program Payments and Projections for Nebraska

Cornhusker Economics October 25, 2017Farm Program Payments and Projections for Nebraska

Is Less More in Food Safety Information Provision?

Cornhusker Economics October 11, 2017Is Less More in Food Safety Information Provision?

Livestock Production and Health

Cornhusker Economics October 5, 2017Livestock Production and Health

A Rising Number of Women Farmers: Is There a Need to Adjust Conservation Incentives?

Cornhusker Economics September 27, 2017A Rising Number of Women Farmers: Is There a Need to Adjust Conservation Incentives?

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