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Assessing the joint adoption and complementarity between in-field conservation practices of Kansas farmers

Sheng Gong (), Jason Bergtold () and Elizabeth Yeager ()
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Sheng Gong: Kansas State University
Elizabeth Yeager: Kansas State University

Agricultural and Food Economics, 2021, vol. 9, issue 1, 1-24

Abstract: Abstract Agricultural conservation systems consist of a myriad of conservation practices. The mix and intensity of conservation practices adopted can benefit farmers and affect the entire production system in addition to soil and water conservation. The purpose of this study is to examine and analyze farmer adoption of and complementarity between conservation practices from a joint and conditional probabilistic perspective using Kansas as a case study. We develop a modeling framework that can analyze and examine farmers’ joint and conditional adoption decisions using a multinomial logistic regression model. This framework is used to estimate conditional probabilities of adopting conservation practices given adoption of other practices to better capture the complementarity between different conservation practices. These estimates allow for an assessment of linkages between adoption of different conservation practices and the socioeconomic factors that affect the likelihood of adopting conservation practices given other conservation practices have already been adopted on-farm. The results can help guide policy and outreach efforts to promote further intensification of adoption by farmers.

Keywords: Adoption; Complementarity; Conservation; Cover crops; Joint framework; Manure; No-tillage (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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