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Modeling the Impact of Food Irradiation Technology on U.S. Meat and Feedgrain Exports
Dermot J. Hayes, Greg Hertzler, and Evert Vander Sluis
Year: 1988
 
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Comparing USDA Hogs and Pigs Reports to Subsequent Slaughter: Does Systematic Error Exist?
Steve R. Meyer and John D. Lawrence
Year: 1988
 
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Dynamic Elasticities and Flexibilities in a Quarterly Model of the U.S. Pork Sector
Karl D. Skold and Matthew T. Holt
Year: 1988
 
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Structural Change in U.S. Meat Demand: Further Evidence
Giancarlo Moschini and Karl D. Meilke
Year: 1988
 
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Forecasting Quarterly Demand for Meats with a Mixed Structure-Time Series Model
Kuo S. Huang
Year: 1988
 
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Forecasting Changes in the Structure of Japanese Meat Industry Under Alternative Beef Import Liberalization Scenarios
Thomas I. Wahl, Gary W. Williams, and Dermot J. Hayes
Year: 1988
 
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Further Information on the Usefulness and Flexibility of Bayesian and Nonbayesian Vector Autoregressions: Forecasting Monthly U.S. Cattle Prices
Hector O. Zapata and Philip Garcia
Year: 1988
 
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Cattle Price Relationships: Probabilistic Causality
Theodore D. Covey and David A. Bessler
Year: 1988
 
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Time-Varying Weighting Schemes for the Combination of Forecasts: An Application to Supply Response of U.S. Soybean Acreage
Kamil H. Shideed and Fred C. White
Year: 1988
 
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Impulse Response and Intertemporal Pricing of Cotton
Dean T. Chen and David A. Bessle
Year: 1988
 
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Calf Retention and Marketing in a Stochastic Environment
Ted C. Schroeder and Allen M. Featherstone
Year: 1988
 
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A Bayesian Estimation of a Complete Demand System
Ann Wilkinson
Year: 1988
 
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Forecasting Pecan Prices During Harvest
W. J. Florkowski
Year: 1988
 
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Forecasting Net Returns of Processed Vegetables
Jim Cornelius, Ron Myersick, and Steve Buccola
Year: 1988
 
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Export Demand Elasticity: Measurement and Implications for U.S. Exports
S. Devadoss, William H. Meyers, and Michael Helmar
Year: 1988
 
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The Food Security Act of 1985: Longer Term International Projections
Jon A. Brandt, Abner Womack, William Meyers, and Stanley R. Johnson
Year: 1988
 
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Implications of a Two-Tier Price Support Program for the U.S. Wheat Industry
Abner W. Womack, Jon A. Brandt, and Joseph Trujillo
Year: 1988
 
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FAPRI Projections of CCC Expenditures: Accounting for Everything from ARP to PIK
Patrick C. Westhoff and William H. Meyers
Year: 1988
 
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Decoupling Farm Programs
A. Barry Carr, William Meyers, Tim Phipps, and G. E. Rosmiller
Year: 1988
 
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A Multiple-Risk Optimal Hedging Model: An Example
Gboroton F. Sarassoro and Raymond M. Leuthold
Year: 1988
 
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Conditional Heteroscedastic Error Processes and the Time Pattern of Optimal Hedge Ratios
Robert J. Meyers
Year: 1988
 
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Information in the Term Structure of Commodity-specific Interest Rates in the Chicago Wheat Futures Market
Hun Kim
Year: 1988
 
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The Relationship Between Futures and Option Prices and the Expectations of Farmers and Grain Merchandisers in Illinois
S. R. Thompson, R. J. Hauser, B. K. Engel, and J. S. Eales
Year: 1988
 
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Hedging Effectiveness in a Vertical Marketing Channel
Dean Baldwin, Scott Irwin, Hassan Ahmed, and Rob Rye
Year: 1988
 
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Rational Price Formation in Live Cattle and Live Hog Futures Markets
Matthew W. Hughes, Stephen R. Koontz, and Michael A. Hudson
Year: 1988
 
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Grain Marketing Risk Management: Eastern Cornbelt Example
Dean Baldwin and Jim Dayton
Year: 1988
 
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Forward Contracting in Factor Markets
John J. Haydu, Robert J. Meyers, and Stan R. Thompson
Year: 1988
 
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A Trade Estimates System to Assist Forecasting U.S. Agricultural Exports
S. W. Hiemstra and S. A. MacDonald
Year: 1988
 
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