Integration of Agricultural and Energy Systems Conference, February 12-13, 2008, Atlanta, Georgia
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- 48769: Front Material
- 48717: What are the possibilities for the new bioeconomy
- Hans P. Blaschek
- 48716: Viability of cellulosic feedstock production from producer to biorefinery
- Roland J. Fumasi, Steven Klose, Greg H. Kaase, James Richardson and Joe Outlaw
- 48714: Value maximization from corn fractionation: feed, greenhouse gas reductions, and cointegration of ethanol and livestock
- Mindy L. Baker and Bruce Babcock
- 48713: Use of distillers by-products and corn stover as fuels for ethanol plants
- Douglas G. Tiffany, R. Vance Morey and Matthew J. De Kam
- 48712: Policy analysis for integrated energy and agricultural markets in a partial equilibrium framework
- Wallace Tyner and Farzad Taheripour
- 48711: Millions of acres for dedicated energy crops: farms, ranches, or plantations?
- Francis Epplin
- 48710: Feasibility of on-farm or small scale oilseed processing and biodiesel production
- Philip L. Kenkel and Rodney Holcomb
- 48709: Estimating and comparing alternative ethanol processes and feedstock choices
- Brian J. Frosch, Roland J. Fumasi, James Richardson, Joe Outlaw and Brian K. Herbst
- 48708: Economic value of ethanol byproducts in swine diets: evaluating profitability of corn fractionation techniques
- Bhawna Bista, Todd Hubbs, Brian T. Richert, Wallace Tyner and Paul Preckel
- 48707: Economic and Environmental Impacts of Biofuels Expansion: The Role of Cellulosic Ethanol
- Burton English, Daniel De La Torre Ugarte, R. Jamey Menard and Tristram O. West
- 48706: Economic Analysis of Farm-Level Supply of Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Production Under Alternative Contract Scenarios and Risk
- James Larson, Burton English and Lixia He
- 48705: Biorefinery Product Opportunities from Glycerol
- Joseph J. Bozell