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Impact Of New Farm Bill Provisions On Optimal Resource Allocation On Highly Erodible Soils


  • Robinson, John R.C.
  • Triplett, Glover
  • Dabney, Seth


The study focuses on incentives to produce crops under reduced tillage systems on highly erodible soils. A mixed integer, mathematical programming model was developed to identify optimal resource use under alternative farm program provisions. A positive counter cyclical payment only reinforces the incentive to comply with NRCS soil erosion constrains.

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  • Robinson, John R.C. & Triplett, Glover & Dabney, Seth, 2003. "Impact Of New Farm Bill Provisions On Optimal Resource Allocation On Highly Erodible Soils," 2003 Annual Meeting, February 1-5, 2003, Mobile, Alabama 35177, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:saeatm:35177

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    1. Vorotnikova, Ekaterina & Asci, Serhat & Seale, James L., Jr., 2013. "Effect of Relative Price Changes of Top Principle Crops on U.S. Farm Land Allocation," 2013 Annual Meeting, February 2-5, 2013, Orlando, Florida 143099, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.

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