The Economics and Productivity of Organic versus Non-organic U.S. Dairy Farms
Jeffrey Gillespie and
J. Michael Harris Harris
No 273123, 2018 Annual Meeting, August 5-7, Washington, D.C. from Agricultural and Applied Economics Association
A Stochastic Production Frontier (SPF) model is estimated for U.S. dairy farms to examine the productivity of organic and non-organic dairy farms by system and size. For both systems, size is the major determinant of competitiveness based on various measures of productivity and returns to scale.
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Working Paper: The Economics and Productivity of Organic versus Non-organic U.S. Dairy Farms (2015)
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