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More Income for North Dakota Farmers: The Potential Role of Livestock Enterprises AgEcon
Duncan, Marvin R.; Anderson, Vernon L.; Faller, Timothy; Haugse, Clayton; Hughes, Harlan G.; Landblom, Douglas G.; Taylor, Richard D..
Income from livestock marketing has declined as a proportion of total gross farm income in the past two decades. • Income from cattle and calves accounts for about 65-75 percent of total livestock income in the state. • Income from milk has ranged from 14-20 percent of total livestock income in the state. • Income from swine, a promising growth enterprise for the state, has generated only 5-8 percent of total livestock income. • Livestock income is very important to counties in western North Dakota, relatively unimportant in the eastern counties. • Enterprise budgets for beef and swine indicate positive returns to operator and unpaid labor, management, and equity capital for 1992. • Less than 30 percent of North Dakota's feed grain output is used within...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Agricultural Finance; Demand and Price Analysis; Farm Management; Livestock Production/Industries.
Ano: 1992 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/51189
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Public Price Reporting, Marketing Channel Selection, and Price Discovery: The Perspective of Cow/Calf Producers in the Dakotas AgEcon
Fausti, Scott W.; Qasmi, Bashir A.; Landblom, Douglas G.; Beutler, Martin; Johnson, Patricia S.; Gates, Roger N.; Patterson, Hubert H.; Salverson, Robin R..
Cow/calf producers operating in the Dakotas were surveyed on their price discovery strategies, marketing channel preferences, and their perceptions of how regime change in the public price reporting system for fed cattle affected the beef industry in general and the cow/calf industry in particular. Survey results indicate cow/calf producers consider local institutions (auction barns, etc.) to be more reliable for price discovery than regional or national institutions (futures market, USDA public price reports, satellite auctions, etc.). The auction barn marketing channel is the preferred channel for marketing cattle and is considered the most reliable source of market information by producers. Dakota cow/calf producers perceive livestock mandatory price...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Beef supply chain; Cow-calf marketing; Marketing channel; Price discovery; Public price reporting; Livestock Production/Industries.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/62286
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Public Price Reporting, Marketing Channel Selection and Price Discovery: The Perspective of Cow/Calf Producers in the Dakotas AgEcon
Fausti, Scott W.; Landblom, Douglas G.; Qasmi, Bashir A.; Beutler, Martin; Johnson, Patricia S.; Gates, Roger N.; Patterson, Hubert H.; Salverson, Robin R..
Cow/calf producers operating in the Dakotas were surveyed on their price discovery strategies, marketing channel preferences, and their perceptions of how regime change in the public price reporting system for fed cattle affected the beef industry in general and the cow/calf industry in particular. Survey results indicate cow/calf producers consider local institutions (auction barns etc.) to be more reliable for price discovery and marketing their feeder and stocker cattle than regional or national institutions (futures market etc.). Consistent with this view, producers perceive that the current public price reporting system is less reliable than local market sources when making individual marketing decisions. However, Dakota cow/calf producers perceive...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Cow-calf marketing; Price discovery; Marketing channel; Public price reporting; Livestock Production/Industries.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/32030
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The Effect of Early vs. Normal Calf Weaning on Feedlot Performance and Herd Management: A Cross-Discipline Case Study AgEcon
Salverson, Robin R.; Fausti, Scott W.; Landblom, Douglas G.; Johnson, Patricia S.; Beutler, Martin; Gates, Roger N.; Patterson, Hubert H.; Paisley, Steven I..
A study of early vs. normal weaning of calves concludes that early weaning improves feedlot production efficiency, reducing per day and per pound feedlot production costs. Early weaned steers finished higher thus feedlot profitability was not affected. Early weaning has a positive affect on cow health and pasture utilization rates.
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Livestock Production/Industries.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/34806
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