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Mexican Representative Hog Farms 1995-2004 Economic Outlook: Preliminary Study

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  • Sagarnaga, Myriam
  • Ochoa, Rene F.
  • Salas, Jose M.
  • Anderson, David P.
  • Richardson, James W.
  • Knutson, Ronald D.

Abstract

The farm-level financial outlook for representative Mexican hog operations is projected in this report. The primary objective of this analysis is to determine the economic viability of Mexican hog farms by region and production system over the 1995-2004 planning horizon. The Agricultural and Food Policy Center’s (AFPC) whole farm simulation model (FLIPSIM) and FAPRI’s sector level price projections were used. The FLIPSIM model incorporates historical production, economic and financial data to project future economic and financial performance of representative agricultural firms over a given planning horizon (Richardson and Nixon, 1985).

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  • Sagarnaga, Myriam & Ochoa, Rene F. & Salas, Jose M. & Anderson, David P. & Richardson, James W. & Knutson, Ronald D., 2000. "Mexican Representative Hog Farms 1995-2004 Economic Outlook: Preliminary Study," Research Reports 42786, Texas A&M University, Agricultural and Food Policy Center.
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