Integrating Cotton and Beef Production in the Texas Southern High Plains: A Simulation Approach
This study uses a simulation approach to determine the economic viability of two different production systems in the Texas Southern High Plains. Results show that a traditional cotton monoculture system is more profitable, although integrated cotton/forage/livestock systems require less water.
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