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Saturday -  

6:00 pm - 

8:00 pm

 - Napoleon B1

February 12, 2022

Quiz Bowl Orientation

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

 - Estherwood

February 14, 2022

JMP 1: Job Market Paper Competition 1

Session Chair: David Anderson

Combining Cheap Noisy Measurements with Expensive Accurate Measurements to Guide Precision Applications

Whoi Cho, Wade Brorsen

Department of Agricultural Economics at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078, USA; whoi@okstate.edu

Nearly Optimal Assigned Location Design for Linear Model with Random Spatial Coefficients

Davood Poursina, Wade Brorsen

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; davood.poursina@okstate.edu

The Effects of Developed and Developing Countries’ Domestic and Trade Policies on Global Agricultural Trade

Nathan Fox Holtman, Stephen Devadoss

Texas Tech University, United States of America; nathan.holtman@ttu.edu

Chinese Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for a Novel Quality Grading Scheme

Shijun Gao

Arizona State University, United States of America; shijun.gao@asu.edu

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

 - Edgewood A/B

February 14, 2022

SP01: Demand and Price Analysis 1

Session Chair: Adam Rabinowitz, Auburn University

A meta-analysis of U.S. food demand elasticities to detect the impacts of scanner data

Younghyeon Jeon1, Hoa Hoang1, Wyatt Thompson1, David Abler2

1University of Missouri, United States of America; 2Pennsylvania State University, United States of America; yjeon@mail.missouri.edu

A hedonic analysis of retired racehorses starting second careers

Madalynn N. Camp1, Michelle L. Kibler1, Jada M. Thompson2, Heather L Winter2, Jennie L. Z. Ivey2

1Illinois State University; 2University of Tennessee; mncamp@ilstu.edu

COVID-19 and Beef Demand in Mexico

Tullaya Boonsaeng1, Carlos Carpio1, Manuel Garcia1, Rafael Casillas2

1Texas Tech University, United States of America; 2Autonomous University of Aguascalientes, Mexico; manuel.garcia@ttu.edu

Consumer demand for certified organic products: the case of Thanksgiving basket

Oscar Sarasty, Modhurima Amin

Texas Tech University, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Lubbock TX; oscar.s.sarasty@ttu.edu

Exploring How Different Ways of Shopping Affect the Expenditure Spent in Health/Natural Supermarkets in Different Communities During COVID

Azita Varziri, Tim Woods

University of Kentucky, United States of America; Azita.Varziri@uky.edu

Social Acceptance of CBD Usage

Caitlyn Oldenburg1, Adam Rabinowitz1, Benjamin Campbell2, Brandon McFadden3, Tyler Mark4

1Auburn University; 2University of Georgia; 3University of Delaware; 4University of Kentucky; cdo0011@auburn.edu

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

 - Southdown

February 14, 2022

SP02: Farm and Financial Management 1

Session Chair: Samir Huseynov, Auburn University

Estimating the Impact of Rice Planting Date and Cultivar Type on Net Economic Returns in Arkansas: Evidence from Field Experimental Data

Tej K Gautam1, K. Bradley Watkins2, Jarrod T. Hardke2

1Tuskegee University, United States of America; 2University of Arkansas, United States of America; tgautam@tuskegee.edu

Utilizing Auction Sale Data to Estimate the Value of Used Combine Harvesters in the US and Canada

Robert Christian Ellis, Tyler Mark

University of Kentucky, United States of America; Robert.Ellis@uky.edu

Farmers and Bakers: The role of Optimism Bias in Price Expectations

Elmin Alizada, Samir Huseynov, Mykel Taylor

Auburn University, United States of America; eza0045@auburn.edu

Researching Cattle Auction Bids with Climate Data: A Study from Cattle Production Areas in the U.S mid-south region

Montana Wright, Rachna Tewari, Joey Mehlhorn

The University of Tennessee at Martin, United States of America; moncwrig@ut.utm.edu

Concentration and social welfare changes in the U.S. beef packing industry under COVID-19

Yejun Choi, Dayton M. Lambert

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; yejun.choi@okstate.edu

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

 - Oakley

February 14, 2022

SP03: Specialty Crops and Value-Added Products 1

Session Chair: Jerrod Penn, LSU AgCenter

Demographic and Socioeconomic Attributes of Hard Apple Cider Consumers

Kimberly Jensen, Karen DeLong, Hughes David, Trejo-Pech Carlos

University of Tennessee, United States of America; kjensen@utk.edu

Consumer Preferences for Attributes of Farmstead Milk

Kimberly Jensen1, Dayton Lambert2, Alicia Rihn1, Elizabeth Eckelkamp1, Caitlin Zaring1, Billie Ray1

1University of Tennessee, United States of America; 2Oklahoma State University, United States of America; kjensen@utk.edu

Grass-fed beef strategic alliances: what motivates producer participation?

Maria Josee Reyes, Jerrod Penn, Maria Bampasidou, Guillermo Scaglia

Louisiana State University AgCenter, United States of America; MReyes@agcenter.lsu.edu

Factors influencing farm’s decision on the adoption of agritourism: findings from Tennessee

Reginald Holland1, Aditya Raj Khanal2

1Graduate student, College of Agriculture, Tennessee State University; 2Associate Professor, College of Agriculture, Tennessee State University; rhollan4@tnstate.edu

Demand System Analysis of Beer in the U.S. Market

Laxmi Adhikari, Yuqing Zheng

University of Kentucky, United States of America; laxmi.adhikari@uky.edu

Marketing Local Meats in South Carolina post COVID-19

Steven Richards1, Michael Vassalos2

1Clemson University, United States of America; 2Clemson University, United States of America; stricha@clemson.edu

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

 - Napoleon B3

February 14, 2022

SP04: Natural Resource/Environmental Economics 3

Session Chair: Anastasia Thayer, Utah State University

Praying for rain: considering the impacts of multi-year droughts

Anastasia Thayer1, Justin Benavidez2

1Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA; 2Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA; anastasia.thayer@usu.edu

Measuring the economic abatement cost of sea turtle by-catch in the Northwest Atlantic Commercial Pelagic Longline Fishery

Daniel Solis1, Kathryn Bisack2, John Walden2, Paul Richards3, Juan Agar3

1Agribusiness Program, Florida A&M University; 2Northeast Fisheries Science Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; 3Southeast Fisheries Science Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; daniel.solis@famu.edu

Identifying the downside of not accounting for the diminishing marginal return in the modern portfolio theory for conservation investments

Nawon Kang1, Paul Armsworth2, Charles Sims3, Gengping Zhu4, Seong-Hoon Cho1

1Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Tennessee, United States of America; 2Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee, United States of America; 3Department of Economics, University of Tennessee, United States of America; 4Department of Entomology, Washington State University, United States; nkang3@vols.utk.edu

Improved modeling using an integrated approach for water policy evaluation in Texas

Randall Strickmeyer1, Bridget Guerrero1, Bill Golden2, Ali Ghaseminejad3, Venki Uddameri3

1West Texas A&M University; 2Kansas State University; 3Texas Tech University; rjstrickmeyer@buffs.wtamu.edu

How much do we value the river? Estimating South Carolina residents’ willingness-to-pay for the improvement of streams and rivers’ water quality.

  1. Carl Ureta1, Marzieh Motallebi2

1Department of Forestry and Environmental Conservation, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Clemson University, South Carolina; 2Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science, Clemson University, Georgetown, South Carolina; jureta@clemson.edu

Adoption of Multiple Conservation Agriculture Practices in South Dakota

Stephen Cheye, Tong Wang

South Dakota State University, United States of America; Stephen.Cheye@sdstate.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

 - Estherwood

February 14, 2022

JMP 2: Job Market Paper Competition 2

Session Chair: David Anderson

The nexus between political pluralism, agricultural structural transformation, and Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa

Vitalis Omondi Othuon

Texas Tech University, United States of America; vitaliso.othuon@ttu.edu

Agricultural commercialization and nutrition; evidence from smallholder coffee farmers

Joanna van Asselt, Pilar Useche

University of Florida, United States of America; joannavanasselt@ufl.edu

Contract Non-compliance and Moral Hazard in US Working Lands Programs

Santosh Pathak

Louisiana State University, United States of America; spath11@lsu.edu

How farmers adapt to the impact of extreme heat? Evidence from Nigeria

Joaquin Mayorga, Ashok K. Mishra, Alexis Villacis

Morrison School of Agribusiness at WP Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, United States of America; jmayorg1@asu.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

 - Southdown

February 14, 2022

OS02: Experience verses Expertise: Graduate Student Training in Teaching, Extension, & Policy Communication

Session Chair: Hannah Elizabeth Shear, Oklahoma State University

Experience verses Expertise: Graduate Student Training in Teaching, Extension, & Policy Communication

Hannah Elizabeth Shear1, Chelsea Jewel Arnold2, Mykel R. Taylor3, Amy Hagerman1, Mallory Vestal4

1Oklahoma State University; 2Kansas State University; 3Auburn University; 4West Texas A & M University; hshear@okstate.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

 - Napoleon B3

February 14, 2022

OS03: Lessons Learned From Risk Management Extension Programming with Hemp

Session Chair: Paul Goeringer, University of Maryland

Lessons Learned From Risk Management Extension Programming with Hemp

Charley Martinez1, Paul Goeringer2, Tyler Mark3, Aaron Smith1, Dawn Thilmany4, Elizabeth Thilmany2, Jennifer Zwagerman5

1University of Tennessee; 2University of Maryland, United States of America; 3University of Kentucky; 4Colorado State University; 5Drake University; Cmart113@utk.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

 - Napoleon A1

February 14, 2022

SP05: Behavior/Experimental Economics 1

Session Chair: Michelle Segovia, University of Missouri

Economic implications for disjunctive marking in country-of-origin labels

Kristiina Ala-Kokko, Lawton Lanier Nalley, Alvaro Durand-Morat, Wei Yang

University of Arkansas, United States of America; kmalakok@uark.edu

Does a beginning farmer’s gender and race influence consumer decisions?

Michelle Segovia1, Shuoli Zhao2, Marco Palma3, Rodolfo Nayga3, Ron Rainey4

1University of Missouri, United States of America; 2University of Kentucky, United States of America; 3Texas A&M University, United Stated of America; 4University of Arkansas, United States of America; segoviam@missouri.edu

Appealing to Generosity to Reduce Food Calorie Intake: A Natural Field Experiment

Jennifer Kee2, Michelle Segovia1, Piruz Saboury3, Marco Palma2

1University of Missouri, United States of America; 2Texas A&M University; 3University of Houston; segoviam@missouri.edu

Consumer preference regarding new corn varieties: A willingness to pay study

Trevor Dane Johnson1, Donna McCallister1,2, Wenwei Xu1,2

1Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas; 2Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Lubbock, Texas; trevor.d.johnson@ttu.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

 - Borgne

February 14, 2022

SP06: Agricultural Policy 1

Session Chair: Karen DeLong

Does United State Sugar Policy Affect Sugar-Containing-Product Prices?

Karen DeLong, Carlos Trejo-Pech

University of Tennessee, United States of America; kdelong39@utk.edu

Damage Assessment of Extreme Weather Events using Loss Assessment Reports and Crop Insurance Claims

James D Nichols, Adam Rabinowitz

Auburn University, United States of America; jdn0017@auburn.edu

Resisting Resistance: The Veterinary Feed Directive and the Impact on Antimicrobial Resistance

Clinton L. Neill1, Shamar Stewart2

1Cornell Universtiy, United States of America; 2Virginia Tech, United States of America; cln64@cornell.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

 - Edgewood A/B

February 14, 2022

SP07: Agricultural Production 1

Session Chair: Francisco Abello, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

Forecasting Farm Level Beef-Cattle Prices in the Southern United States: A Model Selection Framework

Erdal Erol1, Kenneth H. Burdine2, Nicholas Pates3

1Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky; 2Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky; 3Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky; eer224@uky.edu

Economic Analysis on Organic Transition of a Dual-purpose Wheat System in the Southern Great Plains

Francisco Abello1, Yubing Fan2, Curtis Adams3, William Pinchak2, Philip Hinson4

1Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, United States of America; 2Texas A&M AgriLife Research, United States of America; 3Texas A&M AgriLife Research, United States of America / USDA-Agricultural Research Service; 4Texas A&M University; fjabello@tamu.edu

Comparisons of the Time Required to Plant Mid-South Soybean Crops Using a Conceptual Approach Applied in Previous Mid-West Corn Crop Planting Studies

Charles Robert Stark

University of Arkansas at Monticello, United States of America; stark@uamont.edu

Florida Farmers’ Multi-BMPs Adoption: A Survey Analysis

Sawssan Boufous, Tara Wade

University of Florida, United States of America; boufous.sawssan@ufl.edu

Nearly Optimal Assigned Location Design for Linear Model with Random Spatial Coefficients

Davood Poursina, Wade Brorsen

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; davood.poursina@okstate.edu

Corn Ethanol Price Pass-Through Behavior in a Southeastern Fuel Market

Scott D. Parrott, Joseph E. Mehlhorn, Tommy Cates

Univ of Tennessee at Martin, United States of America; sparrott@utm.edu

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Estherwood

February 14, 2022

3MT: Three Minute Thesis Competition

Session Chair: Jim Larson

Demand System Analysis of Beer in the U.S. Market

Laxmi Devi Adhikari, Yuqing Zheng

University of Kentucky, United States of America; laxmi.adhikari@uky.edu

Resilience of Grain Storage Markets to Upheaval in Futures Markets

Emma Renee Hayhurst, Wade Brorsen

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; emma.hayhurst@okstate.edu

Profitability of No-Till and Cover Crops When Grazing Wheat Pasture

Jacob R. Sestak1, B. Wade Brorsen1, Jon T. Biermacher2, James K. Rogers2

1Oklahoma State University, United States of America; 2Noble Research Institute, United States of America; jacob.sestak@okstate.edu

Analysis of the Florida Citrus Fruit Crop Actual Production History Crop Insurance Policy

Faith Aiya; Dr.  Ariel Singerman

University of Florida

 

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Oakley

February 14, 2022

JMP 3: Job Market Paper Competition 3

Session Chair: David Anderson

The Effects of Values and Information on the Willingness to Pay for Sustainability Credence Attributes for Coffee

Katherine Fuller

Arizona State University, United States of America; kramir28@asu.edu

Learning by Exporting and from Exporters in Chilean Manufacturing

Jingfang Zhang1, Emir Malikov2

1Auburn University, United States of America; 2University of Nevada, Las Vegas; jzz0080@auburn.edu

Do Regional Differences Matter in the Effectiveness of Broadband Policy

Hyun Ji Lee

Texas Tech University, United States of America; hyun-ji.lee@ttu.edu

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Oak Alley

February 14, 2022

OS04: Corporate Job Market for Applied Economist: How to Land a Job in the Corporate Sector and be Successful?

Session Chair: Krishna Paudel, Louisiana State University

Corporate Job Market for Applied Economist: How to Land a Job in the Corporate Sector and be Successful?

Krishna Paudel1, Basanta Dhungana2, Irfan Tareen3, Danyi Qi4, Laxmi Paudel5

1USDA ERS; 2Agilant Technology; 3Equifax; 4Amazon; 5Fannie Mae; KPaudel@agcenter.lsu.edu

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Borgne

February 14, 2022

OS05: Live Cattle Marketing Discussion: Data, Policy, and Future Research

Session Chair: Joshua G Maples, Mississippi State University

Live Cattle Marketing Discussion: Data, Policy, and Future Research

Joshua G Maples1, Charles Martinez2, Christopher Boyer2, Justin Benavidez3, Kenneth Burdine4, James L. Mitchell5, Glynn T. Tonsor6, Lee L. Schulz7, Ted C. Schroeder6

1Mississippi State University; 2University of Tennessee; 3Texas A&M University; 4University of Kentucky; 5University of Arkansas; 6Kansas State University; 7Iowa State University; josh.maples@msstate.edu

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Edgewood A/B

February 14, 2022

SP08: International Trade 1

Session Chair: Jada Thompson, University of Tennessee

U.S. County Level Impact of China’s Demand for Agricultural Exports

Yichuan Cheng, Michael Adjemian

University of Georgia, United States of America; yc71790@uga.edu

Sick Meat: The Global Trade Costs of a Human Pandemic

Mary Lynn Marks, Jada Thompson, Sreedhar Upendram, Edward yu

University of Tennessee, United States of America; jthom207@UTK.edu

“Information Uncertainty in a Media Driven World: The Influence of Information in US Swine Markets”

Tori Marshall1, Amy Hagerman2, Dayton Lambert2, Ruth Inman2

1University of Tennessee; 2Oklahoma State University; tmarsh21@utk.edu

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Napoleon A1

February 14, 2022

SP09: Rural Development/Labor

Session Chair: Tyler Mark, University of Kentucky

Determinants of Financial Literacy: Does Urban-Rural Residency Matter?

Mckenzie Carvalho1, Ayoung Kim1, Rebecca Smith1, John Green1,2

1Mississippi State University; 2Southern Rural Development Center; mlc960@msstate.edu

Comparison of Affordability Indices for Water Infrastructure Upgrades in Tennessee

Mary Lynn Marks, Sreedhar Upendram, Jada Thompson, Edward Yu

University of Tennessee at Knoxville, United States of America; mmarks7@vols.utk.edu

What Makes Hemp Economically Attractive: A Case of Kentucky Hemp Farmers

Buddhika Patalee Mallika Appuhamilage, Hoyeon Jeong, Tyler Mark

University of Kentucky, United States of America; pataleema@uky.edu

Did the Opioid Epidemic Change Farm Production Decisions: Application of the Differential Multiproduct System

Ting Cao, Charles B. Moss

University of Florida, United States of America; ting.cao@ufl.edu

How Bureaucracy Harms Farmers: A Lesson from the H-2A Program

Kuan-Ming Huang, Zhengfei Guan

University of Florida, United States of America; guanz@ufl.edu

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Southdown

February 14, 2022

SP10: Teaching Communication & Extension

Session Chair: James Barnes, Mississippi State University Extension Service

Extension Agents and Agricultural Lenders Impressions of Farmer Well-Being

Mykel R. Taylor, Adam Rabinowitz, Caroline Hudon, Samir Huseynov, April Smith

Auburn University, United States of America; mrt0055@auburn.edu

Do Intentional Team Formation and Teaching Delivery Method Matter in Team-Based Learning Outcomes?

Misti Dawn Sharp, Edgar Marcillo Yepez

University of Florida, United States of America; mistisharp@ufl.edu

Analyzing Exam Formatting and Its Impact on Student Performance in Agricultural/Applied Economics Courses

Juan David Pachon, Bachir Kassas. PhD, John Lai. PhD

University of Florida, United States of America; juanpachon1@ufl.edu

Factors Affecting Students’ Teaching Evaluations: A Survey Experiment

Bradi Noelle Harral, Carlos Carpio, Manuel Garcia, Amy Boren-Alpizar, Marty Middleton

Texas Tech University, United States of America; bradi.harral@ttu.edu

How to Launch a Podcast to Grow An Extension Program

James Barnes

Department of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University; james.barnes@msstate.edu

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Napoleon B3

February 14, 2022

SP11: Farm and Financial Management 3

Session Chair: Karen DeLong, University of Tennessee

The Impact on Banks’ Risk-Taking Behaviors of FOMC Monetary Policy under COVID-19 Pandemic

Maoyong Zheng, Cesar L. Escalante

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, United States of America; mz06144@uga.edu

Hidden Insights Discovered Spatial Diagnostic Testing of Farmland Values and Rental Rates in the Corn Belt Region

Allan Pinto, Terry Griffin

Kansas State University, United States of America; apinto@ksu.edu

Producer Preferences Towards Adopting Feeder Cattle Genomic Tests

Karen DeLong, Kim Jensen, Chris Boyer, Andrew Griffith, Charley Martinez

University of Tennessee, United States of America; kdelong39@utk.edu

Stocker Industry Production and Marketing Flexibility to Enhance Beef Industry Competitiveness

Michael Ethan McGill, Derrell S. Peel

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; mimcgil@okstate.edu

The Impact of Days Weaned on Feeder Calf Prices in Oklahoma

Amadeo Fosu Panyi, Kelly Raper

OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, United States of America; apanyi@okstate.edu

Value of Igenity Panel Scores in a Cow-Calf Operation

Greg L. Garrison1, B. Wade Brorsen1, Jon T. Biermacher1, Evan Whitley2

1Oklahoma State University, United States of America; 2Choctaw Nation; greg.garrison@okstate.edu

A Study on THC Level of Industrial Hemp in Kentucky: Agronomic and Economic Factors

Hoyeon Jeong1, Buddhika Patalee Mallika Appuhamilage2, Tyler B Mark3

1University of Kentucky, United States of America; 2University of Kentucky, United States of America; 3University of Kentucky, United States of America; hje238@uky.edu

Monday -  

3:00 pm - 

4:30 pm

 - Napoleon D3

February 14, 2022

AAEA Student Mentoring Program

Heather Brod will facilitate a discussion on the importance of mentoring. Let’s show our promising diverse undergraduates the numerous opportunities for advancement in our profession – through mentoring!

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Borgne

February 14, 2022

OS06: Prospects for Growth of U.S. Agricultural Trade with Cuba

Session Chair: Luis Ribera, Texas A&M University

Prospects for Growth of U.S. Agricultural Trade with Cuba

Sidney Beamon1, Parr Rosson1, Luis Ribera1, Raymond Robertson1, Ricardo Torres2

1Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2American University; sydney20beamon@tamu.edu

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Napoleon B3

February 14, 2022

OS07: Regular and Substantive Interaction in Online Agribusiness Programs: Record, Post and Quiz Don’t Cut It

Session Chair: Michelle Santiago, Murray State University

Regular and Substantive Interaction in Online Agribusiness Programs: Record, Post and Quiz Don’t Cut It

Michelle Santiago1, Joseph Mehlhorn2, Jessica Crews Garcia2, Diane Friend3

1Murray State University, United States of America; 2University of Tennessee at Martin; 3Texas A&M University – Kingsville; msantiago1@murraystate.edu

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Oak Alley

February 14, 2022

SP12: Climate Change

Session Chair: Lixia H. Lambert, Oklahoma State University

Multi-State Contribution and Impact Analysis of the Oklahoma-McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System: A Case Study of Disruption Due to the 2019 Spring Flood Event

Katie Welch, Lixia H. Lambert, Dayton M. Lambert, Dave Shideler

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; katwelc@okstate.edu

Soil carbon markets as a means to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions: perceptions of agricultural producers in the U.S mid-south

Tamara Sterrett, Rachna Tewari, Joey Mehlhorn, Isaac Lepcha

The University of Tennessee at Martin, United States of America; tamester@ut.utm.edu

How does the Coastal Housing Market View Flood Zone -A Risk Signal or Mandatory Costs?

Zhenshan Chen1, Charles Towe2

1Mississippi State University, United States of America; 2University of Connecticut, United States of America; zc352@msstate.edu

Relevance and accuracy in baseline data collection for estimating direct agricultural losses of hazard events: Florida and tropical cyclones

Xiaohui Qiao1, Christa D. Court1, Tony H. Grubesic2, Edward Helderop2, Vincent Lecours3

1Food and Resource Economics Department, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611, USA; 2Geoinformatics & Policy Analytics Laboratory, School of Information, University of Texas-Austin, Austin, TX 78701, USA; 3School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611, USA; xiaohui.qiao@ufl.edu

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Edgewood A/B

February 14, 2022

SP13: Demand and Price Analysis 2

Session Chair: Shalynn Sumrow

Household Demand Analysis of Greek Yogurt in the United States

Oral Capps. Jr., Vikas Mishra, Ruixin Jia, Macson Ogieriakhi

Texas A&M University, United States of America; rjia@tamu.edu

Demand and Marketing Strategies of Florida Orange Juice

Sungeun Yoon, Yan Heng, Lisa House

University of Florida, United States of America; sungeunyoon@ufl.edu

Is There a Market for Texas Branded Beef Steak in China?

Qi Kang, Carlos Carpio, Chenggang Wang, Manuel Garcia, Tullaya Boonsaeng, Darren Hudson

Texas Tech University, United States of America; qi.kang@ttu.edu

Consumer Beef Preferences and Risk Mitigation in the Beef Supply Chain in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic: A Willingness to Pay Study

Shalynn Elizabeth Sumrow

Texas Tech University, United States of America; shalynn.sumrow@ttu.edu

 

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Estherwood

February 14, 2022

SP14: Farm and Financial Management 2

Session Chair: Courtney Bir

Factors Affecting Solar System Profitability for Southeastern Broiler Growers

Dennis L Brothers, Adam Rabinowitz, Jose Gamez, Joshua Duke

Auburn University, United States of America; dlb0018@auburn.edu

An Economic and Environmental Evaluation of Furrow Irrigated Rice in the Arkansas Delta

Francis Tisboe1, Aaron Shew2, Lawton Lanier Nalley2, Alvaro Durand-Morat2, Joe Massey3, Ranjan Parajuli2

1USDA Economic Research Service; 2University of Arkansas, United States of America; 3USDA Agricultural Research Service; amshew@uark.edu

Wringing out Farm Income with Quail Birds

Pratikshya Silwal, Courtney Bir, Lixia Lambert

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; psilwal@okstate.edu

A Cost Benefit Analysis of Small-Scale Chicken and Quail Production

Enoch Adom, Courtney Bir, Lixia H. Lambert

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; enoch.adom@okstate.edu

Farm-Scale Economic Analysis of Cotton Experiments in Tifton, Georgia

Rachel M Judd1, Yangxuan Liu1, Ritesh Karki3, Amanda Smith1, Latif Kalin3, Unmesh Koirala2, Damian Adams2

1University of Georgia; 2University of Florida; 3Auburn University; rachel.judd@uga.edu

Custom Heifer Raising vs Raising on Dairy: Considerations for Southern Producers

Catherine Louise Machado, Joe L Outlaw, David P Anderson, Bart L Fischer

Texas A&M University, United States of America; cmachado@tamu.edu

Effects of Regenerative Agriculture on Producer Profitability

Harlea A Hoelscher, Joe L Outlaw, Bart L Fischer

Texas A&M University, United States of America; hahoelscher17@tamu.edu

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Napoleon A1

February 14, 2022

SP15: Natural Resource/Environmental Economics 2

Session Chair: Seong Yun, Mississippi State University

Environmental Threats and the Natural Capital Value of Blue Crab in the Gulf of Mexico

Shelby Leigh Brewer1, Seong Yun1, Daniel Petrolia1, Sean Powers2

1Mississippi State University; 2University of South Alabama; slb928@msstate.edu

Discrete Choice Experiment for Water Conservation Practices in Mejia, Ecuador

Cristhian Alonso Ortiz Cuenca1, Jorge Jair Ávila Santamaría1, Adan L. Martinez-Cruz2

1Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ), Ecuador; 2Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden; cortiz1@estud.usfq.edu.ec

Preserving water quality in the U.S mid-south: producer perceptions and willingness to adopt alternative agricultural practices

Erin Barnes, Rachna Tewari, Anthony Delmond, Joey Mehlhorn

University of Tennessee at Martin, United States of America; erimbarn@ut.utm.edu

Assessing county-wide effects of adopting tile drainage for a two-crop season in the MS Delta: an application of PMP

Nicolas Efrain Quintana Ashwell1,2

1Mississippi State University, United States of America; 2National Center for Alluvial Aquifer Research, United States of America; n.quintana@msstate.edu

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Oakley

February 14, 2022

SP16: Behavior/Experimental Economics 2

Session Chair: Hyonyong Kang, Korea university

Can a Sustainability Facts Label reduce the “halo” effect of organic labels?

Zachary T Neuhofer1, Jayson L Lusk1, Sofia Villas-Boas2

1Purdue University, United States of America; 2University of California, Berkeley, United States of America; zneuhofe@purdue.edu

Perceptions and Attitudes towards COVID 19 Vaccines Among US Households in 2021

Jianhui Liu, Bachir Kassas, John Lai, Jaclyn Kropp, Zhifeng Gao

University of Florida, United States of America; jianhuiliu@ufl.edu

Consumer Preferences for Healthy Snacking in the United States

Glory Esohe Okpiaifo1, Bertille Dormoy2, Zhifeng Gao1, Bachir Kassas1

1University of Florida, United States of America; 2École Supérieure d’Agricultures d’Angers; g.okpiaifo@ufl.edu

Factoring public perceptions into willingness to pay for H2A labeling

Ruojin Zhao, John Lai, Bachir Kassas

Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida, United States of America; ruojinzhao@ufl.edu

Medicaid Expansion and its Impact on Low Income Adults Health Care Access by Chronic Disease Status

Samuel Uche1, Janani Rajbhandari-Thapa2, Conrad Lyford1

1Texas Tech University, Lubbock,TX; 2University of Georgia, Athens, GA; samuel.uche@ttu.edu

Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Environmental labels

Md Azhar Uddin1, Zhifeng Gao1, Derek Farnsworth1, Tatiana Borisova1, Alejandro Bolques2

1University of Florida, United States of America; 2Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; mdazharuddin@ufl.edu

Respondent experience and willingness to pay: Reconciling stated preference data with scientific evidence

Zhenyu Yao, Klaus Moeltner

Virginia Tech, United States of America; izhenyu@vt.edu

 

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Southdown

February 14, 2022

SP17: International Development 1

Session Chair: Amy Hagerman

How do repeated violent shocks affect a country’s agricultural transformation? The case of Colombia.

Edgar Marcillo

University of Florida, United States of America; emarcilloyepez@ufl.edu

Analysis of African Swine Fever Consequences to Rural Economies and Small Swine Producers in Haiti

Ralph Jean-Pierre, Amy Hagerman, Karl Rich

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; ralph.jean-pierre@okstate.edu

The effects of large-scale mining on local communities: Evidence from Peru

Joaquin Mayorga, Ashok K. Mishra, Alexis Villacis

Morrison School of Agribusiness at WP School of Business, Arizona State University, United States of America; jmayorg1@asu.edu

Adoption of Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) among Sweet Orange Growers of Nepal

Bhishma Raj Dahal1, Arjun Kumar Shrestha2, Jada Marie Thompson1

1University of Tennessee, United States of America; 2Agriculture and Forestry University, Chitwan, Nepal; bdahal1@vols.utk.edu

Tuesday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

 - Bayside 1/2/3

February 15, 2022

SAEA Lifetime Achievement Awards Presentations

SAEA recognizes significant and enduring contributions in scholarship or public service to Southern agricultural economics. This award recognizes individual distinguished contributions to the profession over a career. The award winners for 2021 will be recognized at this session and each award recipient will make a short presentation on the highlights of their career and their perspectives on agricultural economics as a professional home

Jim Mjelde
Texas A&M University, United States of America

James Larson
University of Tennessee, United States of America

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

 - Napoleon C1

February 15, 2022

ES: Emerging Scholars

Session Chair: Rodney B. Holcomb, Oklahoma State University

Moving the conversation from “Can we grow it?” to “SHOULD we grow it?”
Trey Malone, Michigan State University

New challenges and opportunities in farm management
Courtney Bir, Oklahoma State University

A Survey of Extreme Negative Financial Positions in Farming with Implications for Extension Programming
Adam Rabinowitz, Auburn University

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

 - Napoleon B3

February 15, 2022

OS08: 2022 Southern Livestock Economic Outlook

Session Chair: David Anderson, Texas A&M University

2022 Southern Livestock Economic Outlook

Samuel D. Zapata1, Francisco J. Abello1, David Anderson1, James Mitchell2, Tyler Cozzens3, Dennis Brothers4, Andrew Griffith5, Justin Benavidez1, Kenny Burdine6

1Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2University of Arkansas; 3Livestock Marketing Information Center; 4Auburn University; 5University of Tennessee; 6University of Kentucky; samuel.zapata@ag.tamu.edu

Beef Outlook for 2022
James Mitchell, University of Arkansas

Pork Outlook for 2022
Tyler W. Cozzens, Livestock Market Information Center

Poultry Outlook for 2022
Dennis Brothers, Auburn University

Hay and Forage Outlook for 2022
Andrew Griffith, University of Tennessee

Sheep and Goat Outlook for 2022
Justin Benavidez, Texas A&M University

Dairy Outlook for 2022
Kenny Burdine, University of Kentucky

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

 - Napoleon A1

February 15, 2022

SP18: International Trade 2

Session Chair: Andrew Muhammad

Economic Assessment of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreaks in Brazil

Tais Cristina de Menezes1, Amanda M. Countryman2, Joaquim Bento de Souza Ferreira Filho1, Fernando Ferreira3

1Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; 2Colorado State University, United States; 3School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; tatacristinamenezes@hotmail.com

A Disaggregated Analysis of Beef Import Demand in Japan

Christina Dian Greer, Andrew Muhammad, Karen Lewis Delong

Universty of Tennessee, United States of America; cgreer12@vols.utk.edu

Economic, Developmental, and International Political Economy Perspectives on the Governance of Agricultural Trade

Wanki Moon

Southern Illinois University Carbondale, United States of America; wmoon@siu.edu

Chinese Retaliatory Tariffs and the Export demand for U.S Pistachios

Abraham Olakunle Ajibade

University of Kentucky, United States of America; aoaj222@uky.edu

Production, trade, and cross-hauling: examining the complexity of trade related to agricultural commodities

Joao Ferreira, Christa Court

Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida; joao.ferreira@ufl.edu

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

 - Napoleon C2

February 15, 2022

SP19: Agricultural Policy 2

Session Chair: Bart Fischer

Can Policy Measures Help to Increase the Sustainability of Fertilization Practices? Analysis of Struvite Use for Row Crop Production in the Mississippi Delta

Leah English, Jennie Popp, Kristofor Brye, Niyi Omidire

University of Arkansas, United States of America; lae001@uark.edu

Government Payment Impacts on Bankruptcy Filings Across Farm Operations

Adrian Joseph Turrisi, Adam N. Rabinowitz, Will Secor

Auburn University, United States of America; ajt0024@auburn.edu

Analysis of Suggested Improvements to Livestock Forage Disaster Program

Allison Wilton, Bart Fischer, Joe Outlaw

Texas A&M University; allison.wilton@tamu.edu

Evaluating ARC-IC as an Alternative for Southern Producers

Natalie A Graff, Joe L Outlaw, Bart L Fischer, Henry L Bryant, J Marc Raulston, George M Knapek

Texas A&M University, United States of America; graffn@tamu.edu

Evaluating the Impact of the Wildfires and Hurricanes Indemnity Program-Plus (WHIP+) on the Southern United States

Henry Nelson, Joe Outlaw, Bart Fischer, Henry Bryant, J. Marc Raulston, George Knapek

Texas A&M University, United States of America; henryrognenelson@tamu.edu

Evaluating the Effects of Regenerative Agriculture on Crop Insurance Premiums

Colton R. Russell, Joe L. Outlaw, Bart L. Fischer

Texas A&M University, United States of America; Colton1998@tamu.edu

Evaluating the impact of off-farm decisions on federal government program utilization and financial success for Missouri’s Beginning Farmers

Nichole Busdieker-Jesse, Lyndsey Parker, Christi Sudbrock

Missouri State University, United States of America; nbusdiekerjesse@missouristate.edu

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

 - Napoleon C3

February 15, 2022

SP20: Agricultural Production 2

Session Chair: Michael Popp, University of Arkansas

Profit-Maximizing Potassium Fertilizer Recommendations for Row Crops

Kimberly Oliver1, Michael Popp1, Nathan Slaton2, Gerson Drescher2, Trenton Roberts2

1University of Arkansas, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Fayetteville, AR, USA; 2University of Arkansas, Department of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Science, Fayetteville, AR, USA; kboliver@uark.edu

The Effect of Warming Temperatures on the Queen of Forages: Alfalfa

Francis Tsiboe1, Hannah Elizabeth Shear2

1Economic Research Service, USDA; 2Oklahoma State University, Agricultural Economics; hshear@okstate.edu

What is the Value of Screening for Herbicide Resistance in Arkansas?

Bailey Peterson-Wilhelm, Alvaro Durand-Morat, Lawton Lanier Nalley, Jason Norsworthy

University of Arkansas, United States of America; bep011@uark.edu

Potential for Enhancing Profitability of Beekeeping in Nepal

Dabit Bista, Dikshya Sapkota, Ram Acharya

New Mexico State University, United States of America; dabitraj@nmsu.edu

On-Farm Decisions and Outcomes: How Management Practices Affect Soil Health and Crop Yields

Alex McLain, Deepthi Kolady

South Dakota State University, United States of America; Alex.McLain@sdstate.edu

Tuesday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Napoleon B3

February 15, 2022

OS09: 2022 Southern Crops Economic Outlook

Session Chair: John Robinson, Texas A&M University

2022 Southern Crops Economic Outlook

Francisco Abello1, Samuel Zapata1, John Robinson1, Brian Mills2, Will Maples2, Wendiam Sawadgo3, Mark Welch1, Aaron Smith4, Alicia Rihn4

1Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, United States of America; 2Mississippi State University; 3Auburn University; 4University of Tennessee; fjabello@tamu.edu

Rice Outlook for 2022
Brian Mills, Mississippi State University

Cotton Outlook for 2022
Will Maples, Mississippi State University

Peanut Outlook for 2022
Wendiam Sawadgo, Auburn University

Corn Outlook for 2022
Mark Welch, Texas A&M University

Soybean Outlook for 2022
Aaron Smith, University of Tennessee

Wheat and Sorghum Outlook for 2021
Francisco Abello, Texas A&M University

Greenhouse/Turf Outlook for 2022
Alicia Rihn, University of Tennessee

Specialty Crops Outlook for 2022
Samuel Zapata, Texas A&M University

Tuesday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Napoleon C3

February 15, 2022

SP21: Agribusiness

Session Chair: Ryan Blake Williams, Texas Tech University

A Fulfilling Marketplace? An Analysis of Amazon’s Sales Strategies

Chinonso Ezenwa Etumnu

South Dakota State University, United States of America; ecetumnu@yahoo.com

Good Coops, Bad Coops : Financing Cooperatives in Asymmetric Information

Julien Cadot1, Arnaud Feral2

1Virginia Tech, United States of America; 2ISG International Business School; juliencadot@vt.edu

“Contracting for Companion Animal Euthanasia and Cadaver Donation Programs”

Ryan Blake Williams, Joshua A. Rowe, Bailey Samper

Texas Tech University; bailey.samper@ttu.edu

Growing An Agribusiness Brand with Digital Marketing Strategies: A Case Study

James Barnes, Kalyn Coatney

Department of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University; james.barnes@msstate.edu

Feasibility of a Small Fruit Processing Center in Middle Tennessee

Justin Gardner, Tony Johnston, Utki Sheth

Middle Tennessee State University, United States of America; justin.gardner@mtsu.edu

A Comparative Cost Analysis of Ginning Technologies Using Simulated Data

Sushil C Sapkota1, Ram N Acharya1, Carlos Armijo2

1New Mexico State University, United States of America; 2USDA-ARS Southwestern Cotton Ginning Research Laboratory; sushilsa@nmsu.edu

The Impact of U.S. Dairy Supply Chain Disruption during COVID-19

Miyeon Son, Dayton Lambert

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; mson@okstate.edu

Tuesday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Napoleon C2

February 15, 2022

SP22: Demand and Price Analysis 3

Session Chair: Laxmi Devi Adhikari, University of Kentucky

IDENTIFYING THE EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC AND DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS ON THE PROPENSITY TO PURCHASE PASTURED EGGS

Rafael Bakhtavoryan

Texas A&M University-Commerce, United States of America; Rafael.Bakhtavoryan@tamuc.edu

Wholesale demand for pork primal cuts: Updating past estimates to better describe product-level demand heterogeneity

Jaime R. Luke, Glynn T. Tonsor

Kansas State University, United States of America; jrluke@ksu.edu

Pricing the Competition: A Hedonic Analysis of Sport Horses Sold at Online Auctions

Heather L. Winter1, Jada M. Thompson1, Michelle L. Kibler2, Madalynn Camp2, Jennie L. Z. Ivey1

1University of Tennessee; 2Illinois State University; hwinter3@vols.utk.edu

Modeling the U.S. Sweet Potato Market and the Impact of Supply Shocks

Ariel Soto-Caro1,2, Tianyuan Luo1, Zhengfei Guan1, Feng Wu1

1University of Florida, United States of America; 2Universidad de Concepcion, Chile; asotocaro@ufl.edu

Vertical Price Transmission in the U.S. Fresh Banana Market with Focus on the COVID – 19 Pandemic

Solomon Odiase, Sayed Saghaian

University of Kentucky, United States of America; odiase.solomon@uky.edu

The Impact of Logo Visibility on Brand Recognition, Willingness to Pay and Consumption

Gnel Gabrielyan1, David Just2

1Auburn University,; 2Cornell, University; gnel.gabrielyan@auburn.edu

Influence of Price Shock on Food at Home Expenditure Patterns: Evidence from the U.S. Consumers

Clement Olivier Codjia, Yuqing Zheng

University of Kentucky, United States of America; codjia.clement.ol@uky.edu

 

Tuesday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

 - Napoleon A1

February 15, 2022

SP23: International Development 2

Session Chair: Alexis Villacis, Arizona State University

A Broken Market: Can Increased Access to Broken Rice Decrease Food Insecurity in Haiti?

Matthew Richardson1, Lawton Lanier Nalley1, Alvaro Durand-Morat1, Phil Crandall1, Andrew Scruggs2, Lesly Joseph2, Jerome Chouloute2

1University of Arkansas, United States of America; 2University of Fondwa, Haiti; llnalley@uark.edu

Persistence of an agribusiness policy intervention: An analysis of the effect of SPREAD on income in Rwanda’s rural population in Rwanda

Dongso Lee1, Charles B. Moss1, Aimable Nsabimana2

1University of Florida, United States of America; 2University of Rwanda; dongso.lee@ufl.edu

Paper

Le Wen1, Krishna Paudel2, Youhua Chen1, Qinying He1

1South China Agricultural University; 2Louisiana State University; wellerwen009@163.com

The Spatial Spillover Effect of Violent Conflicts on Food Insecurity in Sub-Saharan Africa

James Muriuki, Darren Hudson

Texas Tech University, United States of America; James.muriuki@ttu.edu

Welfare impact of high-yield technologies on the cocoa market in West Africa

Felipe Silva1, Hamza Husain2, David Zilberman3

1Clemson University, United States of America; 2University of California, Berkeley; 3University of California, Berkeley; fdsilva@clemson.edu

The Economic and Environmental Impacts of Income Diversification on the Pastoral Community, Evidence from the Tibetan Plateau

Qi Kang1, Chenggang Wang1, Zeng Tang2

1Texas Tech University, United States of America; 2Lanzhou University, China; qi.kang@ttu.edu

Reducing Food Insecurity by Boosting Agricultural Productivity: Evidence from Nigerian Panel Data

Alexis Villacis, Joaquin Mayorga, Ashok Mishra

Arizona State University, United States of America; alexis.villacis@asu.edu

 

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Napoleon B3

February 15, 2022

OS11: Successful Extension Risk Management Outreach Programming

Session Chair: Ronald Lee Rainey, University of Arkansas

Successful Extension Risk Management Outreach Programming

Ronald Lee Rainey1, Laurence Crane2, Cameron Farlow3, Kim Niewolny4

1University of Arkansas, United States of America; 2National Crop Insurance Services; 3Organic Growers School; 4Virginia Tech University; rrainey@uada.edu

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Napoleon Foyer

February 15, 2022

Posters

Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables in the Mississippi Delta and the Role of the Food Environment

Shannon Shavonie Giscombe, Elizabeth Canales, Davis William, Ayoung Kim, David Buys

Mississippi State University, United States of America; ssg204@msstate.edu

Does Rice Production Increase Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the U.S.?

GwanSeon Kim1, Seokhyun Hong2, Jacob Manlove3

1Arkansas State University, United States of America; 2Arkansas State University, United States of America; 3Arkansas State University, United States of America; gkim@astate.edu

Economic Impacts of Mississippi Beach Closures by E. Coli and HAB

Macy Leach, Seong Yun, Ayoung Kim

Mississippi State University; ml1881@msstate.edu

Estimating the Effects of Generic Advertising on Market Demand: An ADL Approach

Abhipsita Das1, Henry W. Kinnucan2

1Auburn University, United States of America; 2Auburn University, United States of America; azd0083@auburn.edu

Evaluation and Investigation of Trespass in Agriculture

Elizabeth Anne Thilmany, Paul Goeringer

University of Maryland, United States of America; thilmany@umd.edu

Incorporating Flavor in an Oklahoma Wheat Breeding Program

Ryan Matthew Loy, F. Bailey Norwood

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; rloy@okstate.edu

Should phosphorus fertilizer recommendations for wheat production be based on sufficiency or on a build-maintenance approach?

Whoi Cho1, Wade Brorsen1, Brian Arnall2

1Department of Agricultural Economics at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078, USA; 2Department of Plant and Soil Science at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078, USA; whoi@okstate.edu

The impact of water availability on land values in Kansas.

Kevyn B Thompson1, Mallory Kay Vestal1, Bridget Guerrero1, Bill Golden2

1West Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2Kansas State University, United States of America; kbthompson1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Bio-saline Agriculture: Wheat Production in Egypt and Its Impact on Imports

Lal Khan Almas1, Muhammad Usman2, Muhammad El-Sayed3, Muhammad Hazman4, Ali Shams El-Din5, Steven Burian6, Mike McFarland7

1West Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2PMAS Arid Agriculture University-Pakistan; 3Soil, Water and Environmental Research Institute-Egypt; 4Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research Institute-Egypt; 5Benha University-Egypt; 6University of Alabama, USA; 7Utah State University, USA; lalmas@wtamu.edu

Capital, Risk, and Bankruptcy on small and medium-sized farms

Kishor Luitel, Justin Gardner

Middle Tennessee State University, United States of America; kishor.luitel@mtsu.edu

Carbon Emissions Comparisons of No-till and Conventional Management Practices in Tennessee

Anna Gafford, Rachna Tewari, Joey Mehlhorn

University of Tennessee at Martin, United States of America; annlgaff@ut.utm.edu

Do You Consent to be Recorded? Virtual Manager Interviews as an Engagement Tool for Online and Hybrid Agribusiness Classes

Michelle Santiago1, Kathleen Brooks2, J. Ross Pruitt3

1Murray State University, United States of America; 2University of Nebraska -Lincoln; 3University of Tennesse at Martin; msantiago1@murraystate.edu

Does perishability affect market prices: the case of dairy products

Anna M Klepacka1, Wojciech Jan Florkowski2, Cesar Revoredo-Giha3

1Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Institute of Economics and Finance; 2University of Georgia, United States of America; 3Scotland’s Rural College; wojciech@uga.edu

Economic and Agronomic Comparisons of 2019 Arkansas Soybean Research Verification Fields with Existing Extension Yield and Planting Date Guidelines

Charles Robert Stark

University of Arkansas at Monticello, United States of America; stark@uamont.edu

Local Value-Added Marketing: Evidence from Tennessee Consumers

Anthony Ryan Delmond, Garrett Dudley, Margaret Elizabeth Ann Drake, Joseph Mehlhorn, Scott Parrott

University of Tennessee at Martin, United States of America; gardudl@ut.utm.edu

Make or break: An Exploration of the Role of Farm Business Decisions in Addressing Financial Challenges for Missouri’s Farmers

Nichole Busdieker-Jesse, Lucas Paloschi

Missouri State University, United States of America; nbusdiekerjesse@missouristate.edu

Pluvial and irrigation runoff recycling to stop aquifer depletion in the Mississippi Delta

Nicolas Efrain Quintana Ashwell1,2

1Mississippi State University, United States of America; 2National Center for Alluvial Aquifer Research, United States of America; n.quintana@msstate.edu

How are US beef imports used?

Sarah Spradlin, F. Bailey Norwood

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; sarah.spradlin@okstate.edu

How Nutritious are Lunches Brought from Home to School by Elementary and Intermediate School Children?

Siwan Song1, Ariun Ishdorj1, Jayna Dave2

1Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2USDA/ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center, Baylor College of Medicine; ptswsong@tamu.edu

Impacts of Energy and Ethanol Price Shocks on U.S. Agriculture: a Partial Equilibrium Approach

Chenyang Hu, Darrell Bosch, Wei Zhang

Virginia Tech, United States of America; huchenyang@vt.edu

Drivers Influencing Adoption of Value-Added Agricultural Practices among Small Farmers in North Carolina: Preliminary Findings of Farmer Focus Group Discussion

Roger Vorsah, Obed Quaicoe, Kenrett Jefferson-Moore, John Owens, Jarvetta Bynum, Samaya Brooks

North Carolina A&T State University, United States of America; rvvorsah@aggies.ncat.edu

Economic Contribution of Arkansas Agriculture as Explained Using both Hypothetical Extraction and Export Base Methods

Leah English, Jennie Popp

University of Arkansas, United States of America; lae001@uark.edu

Economic potential for production of biomass sorghum as a bioenergy feedstock in southeastern U.S.

Kabirat Nasiru, Prabodh Illukpitiya, Steven Kennedy

Tennessee State University, United States of America; knasiru@tnstate.edu

Educating the Future: An Analysis of F2S Programs in Louisiana

Whitney R McKinzie, Maria Bampasidou, Carl Motsenbocker, Crystal Besse

Louisiana State University, United States of America; wmckin3@lsu.edu

Examining the Southeastern US Beef Industry through Economic Base Analysis

Jennie Sheerin Popp1, Leah English1, Greg Alward2

1University of Arkansas, United States of America; 2The Alward Institute; jhpopp@uark.edu

Farm-Level Productivity Impacts of Enterprise Diversification

Godfrey Ejimakor, Emmanuela Maduakor, Terrence Thomas

North Carolina A&T University, Greensboro, NC, United States of America; enmaduakor@aggies.ncat.edu

Food Insecurity Determinants Amidst The COVID-19 Pandemic: An Insight from Huntsville, Texas.

Peter Temitope Agboola, Lawrence Art Wolfskill

Sam Houston State University, United States of America; teetop32000@gmail.com

Funding Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education: Evidence from Southern SARE

Maria Bampasidou1, Janie Chapin2

1Louisiana State University AgCenter, United States of America; 2Louisiana State University, United States of America; jchapi1@lsu.edu

Factors Determining Adoption of New Agricultural Technologies by Farmers in Uganda and Malawi

Andrew Akeil Miller, Michée Arnold Lachaud

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, United States of America; andrew2.miller@famu.edu

Developing Region Prevented Planting Coverage Factors by Crop and Coverage Level

Jacob Eicher, Christopher N. Boyer, Eunchun Park, S. Aaron Smith, William Maples, Chad Hellwinckel

University of Tennessee, United States of America; jacmeich@vols.utk.edu

Dynamic Relationships between Stock and Agricultural Commodity Markets: Do Crises Matter?

Junior Enrrique Betanco Gunera, Hector Zapata, Ph. D.

Louisiana State University, United States of America; jbetan4@lsu.edu

Economic Analysis of Furrow Irrigated Rice (FIR) and Flooded Rice Production System in Arkansas

Ranjitsinh Mane1, Digvijay Mohite2

1University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, United States of America; 2University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, United States of America; mohited2468@uapb.edu

Precise Nitrogen Recommendations Improve Economic and Environmental Outcomes in Arkansas Rice Production

Cris Roberts, Lawton Lanier Nalley, Alvaro Durand-Morat, Aaron Shew

University of Arkansas, United States of America; llnalley@uark.edu

Prevented plant and regional variations in moral hazard incentives and climate change implications

Nicolas Enrique Alvarez

Louisiana State University, United States of America; nalvar9@lsu.edu

Profitability of Bermudagrass Stockpiling and Planted Pasture in Cow-Calf Operations

Jacob R. Sestak1, B. Wade Brorsen1, Jon T. Biermacher2, James K. Rogers2

1Oklahoma State University, United States of America; 2Noble Research Institute, United States of America; jacob.sestak@okstate.edu

The Effect of Cooperatives and Farmer Organizations on Famers Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Elizabeth Tabares1, Ariun Ishdorj2, Roger Norton1

1Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture, Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, United States of America; elizabeth.tabaresvil@ag.tamu.edu

The Effect of Practice Testing, Distributed Practice, and Attendance on Exam Scores

Nathan Kemper

University of Arkansas, United States of America; nkemper@uark.edu

The Effect of SNAP Benefit-Decrease on Time Use in Grocery Shopping by Low-Income Women

Ummey Honey

Auburn University, United States of America; uzh0003@auburn.edu

The Implications of COOL on Chinese Consumer’s Perception of Domestic and Imported Beef Products

Paulina Aceves1, Ally Finkbeiner1, Karen DeLong2, Shijun Gao1, Carola Grebitus1, Graciela Martinez1, Andrew Muhammad2

1Arizona State University, United States of America; 2University of Tennessee, United States of America; shijun.gao@asu.edu

The Potential Economic Effects of COVID-19 on the Texas Horse Show Industry

Dean Alexander McCorkle1, Chelsie Huseman1, Neely Walker2, Dan Hanselka1, Melissa Carter2, Jennifer Zoller2

1Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2Louisiana State Univesity, United States of America; d-mccorkle@tamu.edu

Understanding the Determinates of Female Empowerment in Mozambique

Sara Gardner, Sarah Brasche, Lexi Burris, Juliann Phillips, Amy Farmer, Lawton Nalley

University of Arkansas, United States of America; sg061@uark.edu

University of Tennessee Agribusiness Academy: Developing Tennessee Secondary Teachers’ Agribusiness Content Knowledge

Christopher N. Boyer, Christopher T. Stripling, Karen L. DeLong, Kendall Martin

University of Tennessee, United States of America; cboyer3@utk.edu

Using Timely Assessment to Improve Agribusiness Program Outcomes

Joey Mehlhorn, Rachna Tewari, Anthony Delmond, J. Ross Pruitt, Scott Parrott

University of Tennessee at Martin, United States of America; mehlhorn@utm.edu

Utilizing QuickBooks Financial Accounting Software to Improve Producer Decision Making

DeDe Jones, Will Keeling

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, United States of America; dljones@ag.tamu.edu

Whole Farm Economic Analysis of Herbs Grown in Southeastern United States

Naila L. McCraney, Michee Lachaud

Florida A&M University, United States of America; naila1.mccraney@famu.edu

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Napoleon C3

February 15, 2022

SP24: Natural Resource/Environmental Economics 1

Session Chiar: Naveen Adusumilli

Sectoral Electricity Demand Dynamic Evolution in Louisiana: A Time-Varying Parameter Approach

Tej Gautam1, Krishna Paudel2, Tan Ying3

1Tuskegee University; 2Louisiana State University (LSU) and LSU Agricultural Center; 3South China Agricultural University; tejgtm1@gmail.com

Can Biomass Save Coal and the Environment?

Chong Zhao1, Gregory Colson1, Michael Wetzstein1,2

1Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Georgia, United States of America; 2Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University, United States of America; cz45245@uga.edu

Impacts of Energy and Ethanol Price Shocks on U.S. Agriculture: a Partial Equilibrium Approach

Chenyang Hu, Darrell Bosch, Wei Zhang

Virginia Tech, United States of America; huchenyang@vt.edu

Moral Hazard in Agricultural Conservation Programs

Santosh Pathak, Hua Wang, Naveen Adusumilli

Louisiana State University, United States of America; spath11@lsu.edu

Impact of Forest Harvesting Schemes on Woody Biomass Supply Chains for Sustainable Aviation Fuel Production in Tennessee

Pengzhen Li, Luis Vizcaya, T. Edward Yu, Burton C. English, James A. Larson, Carlos Trejo-Pech

University of Tennessee, United States of America; tyu1@utk.edu

Techno-economic analysis of two woody biomass preprocessing technologies for biofuel production

Carlos Omar Trejo-Pech, T. Edward Yu, James A. Larson, Burton C. English

The University of Tennessee, United States of America; ctrejope@utk.edu

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Napoleon C1

February 15, 2022

SP25: Risk Management

Session Chair: Aaron Smith

Crop Insurance, Fertilizer Use and Crop Yields

Ekene Aguegboh1, Joel Cuffey1, Ruiqing Miao1, Adam Rabinowitz1, Chaoqun Lu2

1Auburn University; 2Iowa State University; esa0013@auburn.edu

Are Drought and Excess Moisture Crop Insurance Indemnities to Tennessee Corn Producers Increasing or Decreasing Over Time?

Jordan Peterson, S. Aaron Smith, Charley Martinez, Christopher N. Boyer, Jada M. Thompson

University of Tennessee Knoxville, United States of America; jpeter61@vols.utk.edu

Can cover crops reduce drought-induced crop yield losses? A crop insurance indemnity approach.

Rajan Dhakal, Lawson Connor

Louisiana State University, United States of America; rdhakal1991@gmail.com

Resilience of Grain Storage Markets to Upheaval in Futures Markets

Emma Hayhurst, Wade Brorsen

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; emma.hayhurst@okstate.edu

Risk Analysis of Agricultural Food Companies and Comparison of Capital Asset Pricing Model and Fama-French Model: An Empirical Evidence

Bishal Gaire1, Yangxuan Liu1, Michael Langemeier2, Greg Colson1

1University of Georgia, United States of America; 2Purdue University, United States of America; bg83761@uga.edu

Rainfed Wheat Production and Crop Insurance Choices

  1. Leann Westbrook, Dayton M. Lambert, Amy D. Hagerman, Lixia H. Lambert, Eric A. DeVuyst

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; leann.westbrook@okstate.edu

 

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Napoleon A1

February 15, 2022

SP26: Specialty Crops and Value-Added Products 2

Session Chair: Samuel Zapata

Consumer’s willingness to pay premium for goat and sheep meat: A case from Florida

Meri Hambaryan, Bachir Kassas, John Lai

University of Florida, United States of America; m.hambaryan@ufl.edu

Texas Consumers’ Preferences and Willingness to Pay for locally Grown Tomatoes

Samuel D. Zapata

Texas A&M University, United States of America; samuel.zapata@ag.tamu.edu

Factors Affecting Mobile Farmers’ Market Sales Performance

Alejandro Bernal, Ram Acharya

New Mexico State University- Las Cruces, United States of America; abernal@nmsu.edu

How Far is Local? Tennessee Consumer Perceptions About Travel Distance for Milk and Dairy Products

Kimberly Jensen, Karen DeLong, Sreedhar Upendram, Liz Eckelkamp, Samuel Gerloff

University of Tennessee, United States of America; kjensen@utk.edu

What Makes CSAs Special?: An Analysis of What Makes Customers Choose to Join Community Supported Agriculture

Frank Seo, Darren Hudson

Texas Tech University, United States of America; frank.dw.seo@ttu.edu

Factors affecting the farmers’ decisions on marketing channels: A case from small farmers in Tennessee

Aditya Raj Khanal1, Isaac Sitienei2, Reginald Holland3

1Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN.; 2Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN.; 3Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN.; sitieneii@apsu.edu

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

 - Napoleon C2

February 15, 2022

SP27: Food Insecurity

Session Chair: Maria Bampasidou, Louisiana State University

Are There Racial Disparities of Diabetes Control among SNAP Participants

Saber Feizy1, Shuoli Zhao1, Joel Cuffey2, Bhagyashree Katare3

1University of Kentucky, United States of America; 2Auburn University, United States of America; 3Purdue University, United States of America; Saberfeizy@uky.edu

Factors Affecting Food Insecurity in the South

Macey M. Hammerstrom, Pourya Valizadeh, Joe L. Outlaw, Bart L. Fischer

Texas A&M University, United States of America; maceyhammerstrom@tamu.edu

Financial Liquidity Constraint and Food Insecurity

Abhipsita Das1, Joel Cuffey2

1Auburn University, United States of America; 2Auburn University, United States of America; azd0083@auburn.edu

Effects of Scarcity and Cognitive Load on Economic Decision-Making

Shuoli Zhao1, Michelle Segovia2, Rodolfo Nayga3

1University of Kentucky, United States of America; 2University of Missouri – Columbia, United States of America; 3Texas A&M University, United States of America; szhao@uky.edu

About the Conference

2022 SAEA Annual Meeting
New Orleans Sheraton, February 12-15, 2022

This website will have the conference schedule once finalized.

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500 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
888-627-7033
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