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Research Priorities for Agricultural Cooperatives and their Farmer‐Members

Michael A. Boland, Brian Briggeman (), Keri Jacobs, Phil Kenkel, Gregory McKee and John L. Park

Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 2021, vol. 43, issue 2, 573-585

Abstract: Land grant universities have maintained long‐standing extension, applied research, and teaching programs aimed at farmer cooperatives. The purpose is to outline and detail a focused effort to establish relevant research priorities. Representatives of farmer cooperatives with 82% of their business volume in 2014 participated in the project. The future of the farm, regulation, and data sets suitable for studying policy were the greatest research needs identified by the participants. Linkages with existing extension programming including a multiuniversity director foundations self‐paced online program are described.

Date: 2021
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