Representative Farms Economic Outlook for the November 2002 FAPRI/AFPC Baseline
AbstractThe farm level economic impacts of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 on representative crop and livestock operations are projected in this report. The analysis was conducted over the 2001-2007 planning horizon using FLIPSIM, AFPC’s whole farm simulation model. Data to simulate farming operations in the nation’s major production regions came from two sources: - Producer panel cooperation to develop economic information to describe and simulate representative crop, livestock, and dairy farms. - Projected prices, policy variables, and input inflation rates from the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) November 2002 Baseline. The primary objective of the analysis is to determine the farms’ economic viability by region and commodity throughout the life of the 2002 Farm Bill. The FLIPSIM policy simulation model incorporates the historical risk faced by farmers for prices and production. This report presents the results of the November 2002 Baseline in a risk context using selected simulated probabilities and ranges for annual net cash farm income values. The probability of a farm experiencing annual cash flow deficits and the probability of a farm losing real net worth are included as indicators of the cash flow and equity risks facing farms through the year 2007. This report is organized into ten sections. The first section summarizes the process used to develop the representative farms and the key assumptions utilized for the farm level analysis. The second section summarizes the FAPRI November 2002 Baseline and the policy and price assumptions used for the representative farm analyses. The third through sixth sections present the results of the simulation analyses for feed grain, wheat, cotton, and rice farms. The seventh through ninth sections summarize simulation results for dairy, cattle and hog farms. Two appendices constitute the final section of the report. Appendix A provides tables to summarize the physical and financial characteristics for each of the representative farms. Appendix B provides the names of producers, land grant faculty, and industry leaders who cooperated in the panel interview process to develop the representative farms. Panel
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Texas A&M University, Agricultural and Food Policy Center in its series Working Papers with number 42709.
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- Richardson, James W. & Outlaw, Joe L. & Anderson, David P. & Sartwelle, James D., III & Schwart, Robert B., Jr. & Schumann, Keith D. & Klose, Steven L., 2002. "Representative Farms Economic Outlook for the November 2002 FAPRI/AFPC Baseline," Briefing Series 42703, Texas A&M University, Agricultural and Food Policy Center.
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- Sartwelle, James D., III & Tiller, Kelly & Richardson, James W. & Outlaw, Joe L. & Anderson, David P., 2003. "Southern Agriculture Under The 2002 Farm Bill: A Representative Farms Approach," 2003 Annual Meeting, February 1-5, 2003, Mobile, Alabama 35037, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.
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