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A Yield Sensitivity Analysis of Conventional and Alternative Whole-Farm Budgets for a Typical Northeast Kansas Farm

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  • Diebel, Penelope L.
  • Llewelyn, Richard V.
  • Williams, Jeffery R.

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This analysis compares net returns of conventional and alternative agricultural cropping systems in northeast Kansas, with and without government commodity programs. The highest net return is consistently from the alternative system, wheat/clover-sorghum-soybeans. Sensitivity analysis reveals that the economic performances of the alternative systems are sensitive to yield penalties.

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  • Diebel, Penelope L. & Llewelyn, Richard V. & Williams, Jeffery R., 1993. "A Yield Sensitivity Analysis of Conventional and Alternative Whole-Farm Budgets for a Typical Northeast Kansas Farm," Staff Papers 118165, Kansas State University, Department of Agricultural Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:ksaesp:118165
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.118165
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    1. Koo, Seungmo & Diebel, Penelope L., 1994. "Potential Environmental Contamination From Conventional and Alternative Cropping Systems in Northeast Kansas," Staff Papers 118148, Kansas State University, Department of Agricultural Economics.
    2. Janssen, Larry & Rickerl, Diane & Stebbins, Eric & Machacek, Tom & Kringen, David, 1995. "Economic and Environmental Contributions of Wetlands in Agricultural Landscapes," Economics Staff Papers 232360, South Dakota State University, Department of Economics.

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    Agricultural Finance; Farm Management;

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