135 Results for 'U.S.A.'

PL1_Pr – China’s Farm Policies And Turning Three Lost Decades Into Three Miraculous Ones: Are There Lessons For Agriculture Development For The Developing World?

The lost decades for China in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s look remarkably like the lost decades of many developing countries in the 1980s and 1990s. Poor land rights, weak incentives, incomplete markets and inappropriate investment portfolios undermined the performance ...Read More

PL1_Pr – China’s Farm Policies And Turning Three Lost Decades Into Three Miraculous Ones: Are There Lessons For Agriculture Development For The Developing World?

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PL2_Pr – The U.S. Farm Bill And Implications For Producers

The paper examines opportunities for afaltoxin reduction in peanuts. Aflatoxin contamination of peanuts is common in Sub-Saharan Africa including Ghana. Because of its detrimental health effects and economic losses, reduction of aflatoxin contamination in peanuts and peanut products is highly ...Read More

PL4_Paper – Aflatoxin: Quality Institutions In The Groundnut Value Chain In Ghana

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PL4_Pr – Aflatoxin: Quality Institutions In The Groundnut Value Chain In Ghana

Keywords: extension, technology transfer, farm management

PO – Responses To Farm Management Technology Transfer Survey: Preliminary Results

Keywords: cash rent, surveys

PO – Cash Rent Survey Data – National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASA) Vs. Land Grant Surveys – Why The Differences?

Keywords: cash rents, leases, land, flexible cash leases

PO – Flexible Cash Farm Leases, Practical Options

The United States Congress has yet to pass new farm program legislation after the expiration of the 2008 Farm Bill last year. Most of the provisions of the 2012 farm program have been extended until September 30, 2013 to cover ...Read More

NPR – Multi-peril Crop Insurance As The Primary Safety Net For American Farmers On The Northern Plains

Public policy favoring the organization of agriculture through the farm family business has been a long held foundation of agricultural policy in the industrialize democracies. Much of this policy has been based upon an ideal typology that focuses upon the ...Read More

NPR- Intergenerational Farm Transfer Research: Policy Implications

Ohio State University Extension professionals organize and teach one-day agricultural lender education seminars annually focused on management and broader industry topics affecting agriculture in the United States. While the three seminars in 2012 reached 97 agricultural lenders, these lenders reported ...Read More