Spatial Differences of Land Use Change within Oklahoma's Wheat Belt
Farm Service Agency acreage data for the nine Oklahoma Agricultural Statistics Service districts is analyzed to determine the degree of price response in wheat acreage allocation decisions. Some critics have stated that land use after Freedom to Farm would change little, however these findings show acreage shifted greatly after the policy throughout the state.
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