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Amber Waves:The Economics of Food, Farming, Natural Resources, and Rural America

2003 - 2022

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2022, volume 2022, articles Wheat Outlook: August 2022

Wheat Outlook: August 2022 Downloads
Andrew Sowell and Bryn Swearingen

2022, volume 2022, articles Technical Bulletin Number (TB-1957)

Time-Series Methods for Forecasting and Modeling Uncertainty in the Food Price Outlook Downloads
Matthew MacLachlan, Carolyn Chelius and Gianna Short

2022, volume 2022, articles Sugar and Sweeteners Outlook Number (SSS-M-408)

Sugar and Sweeteners Outlook: August 2022 Downloads
Vidalina Abadam

2022, volume 2022, articles Rice Outlook No. (RCS-22G)

Rice Outlook: August 2022 Downloads
Nathan Childs and Bonnie LeBeau

2022, volume 2022, articles Outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade Number (AES-121)

Outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade: August 2022 Downloads
Bart Kenner, Hui Jiang and Dylan Russell

2022, volume 2022, articles Oil Crops Outlook Number (OCS-22h)

Oil Crops Outlook: August 2022 Downloads
Aaron Ates and Maria Bukowski

2022, volume 2022, articles Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook Number (LDP-M-338)

Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook: August 2022 Downloads
Russell Knight, Hannah Taylor, William Hahn, Angel Teran, Mildred Haley, Grace Grossen, Adriana Valcu-Lisman and Margaret Cornelius

2022, volume 2022, articles Feed Outlook Number (FDS-22h)

Feed Outlook: August 2022 Downloads
Williams Angelica, Olga Liefert and Todd Hubbs

2022, volume 2022, articles ERR-307

Over the past two decades, poultry has become the most consumed livestock commodity in the world, especially in developing and emerging markets where production prospects have been relatively limited. As demand for poultry products grew in these markets during the period from 2001 to 2021, global imports increased. Poultry is expected to remain the world’s largest imported livestock commodity by volume over the next 10 years. To meet rising demand, a number of countries increased domestic poultry production. Brazil, the United States, the European Union, and Thailand emerged as major poultry exporters. Brazil is the world’s leading poultry exporter and is projected to remain in the top position through 2031. The United States, however, is expected to lose market share throughout the coming decade Downloads
Fred Gale and Eric Davis

2022, volume 2022, articles Economic Research Report Number (ERR-310)

China's Import Potential for Beef, Corn, Pork, and Wheat Downloads
Jason Beckman, Fred Gale, Stephan Morgan, Ethan Sabala, Danielle Ufer, Adriana Valcu-Lisman and Wendy Zeng

2022, volume 2022, articles Economic Research Report No. (ERR-308)

U.S. Hog Production: Rising Output and Changing Trends in Productivity Growth Downloads
Christopher Davis, Carolyn Dimitri, Richard Nehring, LaPorchia Collins, Mildred Haley, Kim Ha and Jeffrey Gillespie

2022, volume 2022, articles Economic Information Bulletin Number (EIB-238)

The H-2A Temporary Agricultural Worker Program in 2020 Downloads
Marcello Castillo, Philip Martin and Zachariah Rutledge

2022, volume 2022, articles Cotton and Wool Outlook Number (CWS-22h)

Cotton and Wool Outlook: August 2022 Downloads
Leslie Meyer and Taylor Dew

2022, volume 2022, articles Administrative Publication Number (AP-104)

COVID-19 Working Paper: Farm Sector Financial Ratios: Pre-COVID Forecasts and Pandemic Performance for 2020 Downloads
Anil Giri, Carrie Litkowski, Dipak Subedi and Tia McDonald

2022, volume 2022

Trends in Irrigated Agriculture Reveal Sector’s Ability To Adapt to Evolving Climatic, Resource, and Market Conditions Downloads
Aaron Hrozencik and Marcel Aillery
Sorghum Production Susceptible To Yield Damages From Extreme Heat Downloads
Noah Miller
Persistently Poor Rural Counties Experienced Lower Employment Impacts From the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic but Have Higher Cumulative COVID-19 Case Rates Downloads
Elizabeth Dobis, Thomas Krumel and Austin Sanders
India and Mexico Top Sources of Pathogen-Based U.S. Food Import Refusals Downloads
Jae-Wan Ahn
Food Insecurity for Households With Children Rose in 2020, Disrupting Decade-long Decline Downloads
Laura Hales and Alisha Coleman-Jensen
Farm Prices for U.S. Major Field Crops Projected To Decline Downloads
Brian Williams, Matthew Miller and Erik Dohlman
Energy Pricing Structures Promote Increased Use of Scarce Groundwater Resources in the High Plains Aquifer Region Downloads
Aaron Hrozencik
Increases in Labor Quality Contributed to Growth in U.S. Agricultural Output Downloads
Sun Ling Wang, Robert A. Hoppe and Thomas Hertz
Some Irrigation Organizations Rely on Formal Drought Plans Downloads
Steven Wallander, Aaron Hrozencik and Marcel Aillery
COVID-19 Affected Hog Slaughter Volumes in 2020, but Impacts and Trajectory of Recovery Differed Across Regions Downloads
Samantha Padilla
Retaliatory Tariffs Reduced U.S. States’ Exports of Agricultural Commodities Downloads
Stephen Morgan
Higher Aggregate Incomes Buoyed U.S. Food Spending During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Recession Downloads
Eliana Zeballos and Wilson Sinclair
Grazing Increases Daily Caloric Intake and Dietary Quality Downloads
Eliana Zballos and Carolyn Chelius
Cover Crops Can Influence Soil Health, Even Within the First Few Years After Adoption Downloads
Maria Bowman and Stephen Wood
Consumers’ Interpretation of Food Labels with Production Claims Can Influence Purchases Downloads
Kar Ho Lim and Eliana T. Page
U.S. Dairy Productivity Increased Faster in Large Farms and Across Southwestern States Downloads
Eric Njuki
Financial Health Indicators for Family Farms Show a Mixed Picture During the 2020 Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic Downloads
Christine Whitt, Jessica E. Todd and Andrew Keller
Racial and Ethnic Diversification Will Likely Shape U.S. Food Demand and Diet Quality Downloads
Diansheng Dong and Hayden Stewart
Producers' Net Costs Influence Offers to USDA's Conservation Reserve Program Downloads
Bryan Pratt and Steven Wallander
Higher Off-farm Income Enables Farmers to Burrow More and Increase Investment in Their Operations Downloads
Nigel Key
Innovations in Seed and Farming Technologies Drive Productivity Gains and Costs on Corn Farms Downloads
Anne Effland, Monica Saavoss, Thomas Capehart, William McBride and Amy Boline
Examining Opportunities for U.S. Agricultural Exports to Columbia Downloads
Steven Zahniser, Miguel Gomez, Sergio Puerto and Jie Li
Wholesale Beef Costs Rose as Cattle Prices Dropped During Supply-Chain Disruptions in 2020 Downloads
Kate Vaiknoras and William Hahn
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Job Losses Hit Rural Areas Still Recovering From Great Recession Downloads
Austin Sanders
Farmers Report Soil-Related Resource Concerns on About Half of Soybean, Wheat, Cotton, and Oat Fields Downloads
Andrew Rosenberg and Steven Wallander
Investment in U.S. Public Agricultural Research and Development Has Fallen by a Third Over Past Two Decades, Lags Major Trade Competitors Downloads
Kelly Nelson and Keith Fuglie
Embargoes From Past Avian Flu Outbreaks Reduced Demand for U.S. Chicken Meat Downloads
Matthew MacLachlan, Wendy Zeng and Samantha Padilla
Fluid Milk Consumption Continues Downward Trend, Proving Difficult to Reverse Downloads
Hayden Stewart and Fred Kuchler
Farmers’ Use of Contracts Has Declined Over Last 25 Years Downloads
Christine Whitt
Adult Obesity Prevalence Increased During the First Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic Downloads
Brandon Restrepo
State SNAP Policies Unlikely to Close Participation Gap Between Seniors and Non-Seniors, Study Shows Downloads
Jordon Jones
Self-Employed Workers Are Less Likely To Have Health Insurance Than Those Employed by Private Firms, Governments Downloads
Elizabeth Dobis and Jessica Todd
USDA’s New Interactive Visualization Tool Aids Exploration of Global Agricultural Trends Downloads
Adam Gerval
The Most Rural Counties Have the Fewest Health Care Services Available Downloads
Elizabeth Dobis and Jessica Todd
Sepsis Can Be Costly Consequence of Foodborne Illnesses Downloads
Sandra Hoffmann and Jae-Wan Ahn
Poultry Expected To Continue Leading Global Meat Imports as Demand Rises Downloads
Matthew Miller, Adam Gerval, James Hansen and Grace Grossen
Food-Safety Practices and Rule Coverage Vary Among Post-Harvest Handlers of Fresh Produce, ERS Survey Finds Downloads
D. Adeline Yeh and Gregory Astill
Researchers Develop Method To Estimate Economic Impact of Foodborne Illness Outbreak Response Downloads
Sandra Hoffmann
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