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AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS Southern Agricultural Economics Association 45 th Annual Meeting Program February 26, 2013 Wyndham Orlando Resort Orlando, Florida SAEA OFFICERS President………………………………..Parr Rosson PresidentElect ………………………R. Wes Harrison Director ………………………………… Daniel Petrolia Director ………………………………… Duncan Chembezi Director ………………………………… Marco Palma Secretary ………………………………. John VanSickle Treasurer ………………………………. Jeffrey L. Jordan Editors: …………………………………. Mary Marchant and Darrell Bosch SAEA Executive Committee New Officer Orientation Saturday 5 pm – 7 pm Executive Boardroom Saturday 6pm – 8 pm Quiz Bowl Orientation and Refreshments Palms Ballroom Salon A Sunday 8 am – 4 pm Quiz Bowl Competition Palms Ballroom Salons A, B & G (Salon G only until 1 pm) Quiz Bowl Break / Recruitment Fair Sunday 10 am and 2 pm Palms Ballroom A/B Foyer Sunday 8:30 am – 2:30 pm SAEA Executive Council Azalea A/B Sunday noon – 4 pm

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  • AGRICULTURALECONOMICS

    AGRICULTURALECONOMICSSouthernAgriculturalEconomicsAssociation

    45thAnnualMeetingProgramFebruary26,2013

    WyndhamOrlandoResortOrlando,Florida

    SAEAOFFICERSPresident..ParrRossonPresidentElectR.WesHarrisonDirectorDanielPetroliaDirectorDuncanChembeziDirectorMarcoPalmaSecretary.JohnVanSickleTreasurer.JeffreyL.JordanEditors:.MaryMarchantandDarrellBosch

    SAEAExecutiveCommitteeNewOfficerOrientationSaturday5pm7pmExecutiveBoardroom

    Saturday6pm8pm

    QuizBowlOrientationandRefreshmentsPalmsBallroomSalonA

    Sunday8am4pm

    QuizBowlCompetitionPalmsBallroomSalonsA,B&G

    (SalonGonlyuntil1pm)

    QuizBowlBreak/RecruitmentFairSunday10amand2pmPalmsBallroomA/BFoyer

    Sunday8:30am2:30pmSAEAExecutiveCouncil

    AzaleaA/B

    Sundaynoon4pm

  • RegistrationPalmsFoyer

    Sunday2pm4pm

    DepartmentHeadsMeetingKeyRoomsBiscayne

    Sunday2pm4pm

    SERAMeetingExecutiveBoardroom

    Sunday4:00pm4:30pmSAASBusinessMeeting

    JasmineBallroom

    Sunday,February3,4:00pm5:00pmGraduateStudentMixer

    PoolsidePavilion

    Sunday6pm10pmReception/SuperBowlParty

    NASCARSportsGrille(UniversalCityWalk)Shuttlestartsat5:00pm

    Sunday1:00pm3:30pmInvitedFellowsSessionFloralBallroomJasmine

    Title:AccountingforPositiveandNegativeExternalitiesinBenefitCostAnalysesOrganizerandModerator:AndrewSchmitz,UniversityofFloridaPresenters:

    1. MeasuringNegativeExternalitiesassociatedwithOffshoreOilDrilling:ACaseStudyofLostPassiveandDirectUseValuesClaimedbytheStateofFloridaSherryLarkin,RayHuffakerandRodneyClouserUniversityofFlorida

    2. PositiveandNegativeExternalitiesinAgriculturalProduction:TheCaseofAdenaSpringsRanchCharlesMossandAndrewSchmitz,UniversityofFlorida

    3. BenefitCostAnalysiswithNegativeExternalities:TheCaseofCigaretteSmoking

  • AndrewSchmitz,UniversityofFlorida,DwayneHaynes,andTroyG.Schmitz,ArizonaStateUniversityandEvanD.Schmitz,Pulmonologist,Richland,Washington

    4. AccountingforExternalitiesinBenefitCostMeasures:AnAnalysisofaLandBuyoutandAssociatedProjectstoSavetheEvergladesAndrewSchmitz,UniversityofFlorida,andP.LynnKennedy,LouisianaStateUniversityandtheLSUAgCenterandJulieHillGabriel,AudubonSocietyofFlorida

    Sunday2pmTuesday5pm

    SelectedPostersPalmsBallroomSalonE

    PosterpresentationswillbeTuesday,February5,10:15am12noon

    1. DiversificationStrategiesduringAssetCrises:REITstockTailDependenceChihChiangWu;YuanZeUniversity,MeichiHuang;NationalTaipeiUniversity

    2. AnEconomicAnalysisofReservoirSedimentManagement:CroplandManagementversusDredgingCraigSmith;FortHaysStateUniversity,JefferyWilliams;KansasStateUniversity,PouyanNejadhashemi;MichiganStateUniversity,SeanWoznicki;MichiganState,University,JohnLeatherman;KansasStateU

    3. Ethanoltradeasimpactedbyclimaticvariability:LearningfromtheU.SBrazilexperienceRachnaTewari;TexasTechUniversity,JeffJohnson;TexasTech

    4. DoCottonLintPricesAffecttheDecisiontoUseorByPassaFieldCleanerinCottonStripperHarvesting?BlakeBennett;TexasAgriLifeExtensionService,JackieSmith;TexasAgriLifeExtensionService,JeanneReeves;CottonIncorporated

    5. TheDependenceofNitrogenPrice,NitrogenDemand,andCottonProductioninTexasonFuelPricesBlakeBennett;TexasAgriLifeExtensionService,JeanneReeves;CottonIncorporated

    6. EconomicValueofOldWorldBluestemandOptimumGrazingSeasonUnderAlternativeStockingRatesLalAlmas;WestTexasA&MUniversity,DavidLust;WestTexasA&MUniversity,KathleenBrooks;WestTexasA&MUniversity

    7. EvaluatingBeefCattleBestManagementPractices:ConversiontoGrassFedBeefAlanYoung;TexasA&MUniversity,JoePaschal;TexasA&MAgriLifeExtension,StevenKlose;TexasA&MUniversity

    8. TheProfitabilityofIrrigatingCorninTennessee:ImplicationsofFieldSizeandEnergyCostsChristopherBoyer;UniversityofTennessee,JamesLarson;UniversityofTennessee,RolandRoberts;TheUniversityofTennessee,AnegelaMcClure;UniversityofTennessee,DonaldTyler;UniversityofTennessee

  • 9. FactorsAffectingFreshmenRetentionintheCollegeofAgricultureJaredBatte;AuburnUniversity,PatriciaDuffy;AuburnUniversity,PaulPatterson;AuburnUniversity

    10. DairyRiskManagementEducationwithRealTimeFuturesMarketSimulationJohnVanSickle;UniversityofFlorida,MarySowerby;UniversityofFlorida

    11. DevelopingandDeliveringCourseContentforDualEnrollmentCoursesScottParrott;UniversityofTennesseeatMartin,JosephMehlhorn;UniversityofTennesseeatMartin,JeremyD'Antoni;UTMartin,SandyMehlhorn;UTMartin,KellyDavidson;UniversityofTennesseeatMartin

    12. NAAEASocialMediaSurvey2011MikeMonson;UniversityofMissouri

    13. LifeCycleAnalysisonCroppingandRangelandSystemsintheTexasHighPlainsandRollingPlainsTongWang;SeongPark;NithyaRajan;StanBevers;StephenAmosson;TexasA&MAgriLifeExtensionService

    14. EconomicsofTurfgrassSodProductionasComparedtoRowCropsinAlabamaJingYi;TexasA&MUniversity,PatriciaDuffy,DavidHan,DeacueFields,ElizabethGuertal;AuburnUniversity

    15. RiskAnalysisforAgriculturalCooperativesPhilKenkel;OklahomaStateUniversity

    16. OligopolisticMarketStructureintheJapanesePistachioImportMarketMahdiAsgari,SayedSaghaian;UniversityofKentucky

    17. AnalysisofPastureSystemstoMaximizetheProfitabilityandSustainabilityofGrassFedBeefProductionBasuBhandari;LouisianaStateUniversity,JeffreyGillespie;LouisianaStateUniversityAgriculturalCenter

    18. AssessingtheCostofSupplyingAlternativeDedicatedEnergyCropsforBiofuelProductioninTennesseeTunHsiangYu;JamesA.Larson;BurtonEnglish;UniversityofTennessee

    19. GeospatialAnalysisofIncomeGrowthinSoutheasternUnitedStatesBuddhiGyawali;KentuckyStateUniversity

    20. TheContributionofAgriculturetotheArkansasEconomyKatherineMcGraw,JenniePopp,WayneMiller;UniversityofArkansas

    21. IntegratingaLifeCycleCostingModelintoaGHGEmissionsModelforSwineProductionJenniePoppandGermanRodriguez,RickUlrich,GinaVickeryNiederman;UniversityofArkansas,MichaelBlack;CornellUniversity

    22. ExpectationandApplicationofGPSGuidanceSysteminPrecisionAgriculture:ABayesianApproachAdityaKhanal,AshokMishra,KrishnaPaudel;LouisianaStateUniversity,DaytonM.Lambert;UniversityofTennessee

    23. ReasonsforDairyProductionDeclineinArkansasMollyBrant;ArkansasTechUniversity

  • 24. ReasonsforDairyProductionContinuationinArkansasMollyBrant;ArkansasTechUniversity

    25. TheSmallMeatProcessingPlantModel:AFeasibilityTemplateforProducersandExtensionSpecialistsRodneyHolcomb,KyleFlynn,PhilKenkel;OklahomaStateUniversity

    26. HowTrulyLeveragedAreLocalGovernments?RedefiningSolvencyforLocalGovernmentsintheGulfofMexicoStatesArunAdhikari,JoshuaDetre,JamesFannin;LouisianaStateUniversityAgriculturalCenter

    27. DoStudentsSeetheBigPicture:GeneralversusDisciplineSpecificEducation?JasonRoberts,SandyMehlhorn,JosephMehlhorn;UniversityofTennesseeatMartin

    28. Farmer'sWillingnesstoGrowBiomassforEnergyProduction:TheKentuckyCaseAustinJacobs,TylerMark;MoreheadStateUniversity

    29. HaveFarmersandRanchersLostConfidenceinFuturesMarkets?SteveAmosson,DavidAnderson,StanBevers,RobertHogan,DeanMcCorkle,JohnRobinson,JackieSmith,MarkWaller,EmmyWilliams;TexasA&MAgriLifeExtensionService,MarkWelch;TexasTechUniversity

    30. SmallFarmersinNorthCarolinaSuccessfulPracticesAnthonyYeboah,JohnPaulOwens,JarvettaBynum,BenjaminGray;NorthCarolinaA&TStateUniversity

    31. EconomicImpactsofChangingHerdSiresforArkansasCowCalfOperationsDanielKeeton,MichaelPopp,AaronSmith;UniversityofArkansas

    32. Switchgrass:N,P,KRemovalRatesvs.DryMatterYieldforOptimalHarvestTimeNathanialCahill,MichaelPopp;UniversityofArkansas,CharlesWest,AlexRocateli;TexasTechUniversity,AmandaAshworth;TheCenterforNativeGrasslandsManagement

    33. Bioenergymarketpotential:Assessmentsofprospectsforlignocellulosicbioethanolproduction.MartaWlodarz;TexasA&MUniversity

    34. EnergyCaneBiofuelFeedstockProductionCostEstimatesUnderAlternativeYieldandCropCycleLengthSpecificationsKaylaBrown,PaulDarby,MichaelSalassi;LouisianaStateUniversity

    35. StandingtheTestofTime:WhySomePubliclyTradedAgribusinessFirmsMakeItandOthersFailJoshuaDetre,PaulDarby;LouisianaStateUniversityAgriculturalCenter

    36. TheCostEffectivenessofBiologicalControl:TheCaseofInvasiveMoleCricketsandFloridasCommercialPasturelandMichaelThomas;FloridaA&MUniversity

    37. ComparingResultsofIrrigationWaterDemandForecastingfromThreeSouthernStatesSwagataBanBanerjee;UniversityofWisconsinPlatteville

    38. StudentEngagementintheClassroomMaryMarchant;VirginiaTech

    39. PerennialBiomassforBioenergy:InterestSensitivityofSupplyPricesGodfreyEjimakor,KimonaSmith;NCA&TStateUniversity

  • 40. ProducerWillingnesstoPayfortheServicesProvidedbyanElectronicTradePlatform:TheCaseofMarketMakerSamuelZapata,CarlosCarpio,OlgaIsengildinaMassa,RonaldLamie;ClemsonUniversity

    41. FarmLevelImpactsofProducingPerennialEnergyCropsKingsleyBonsu,GodfreyEjimakor,RalphOkafor;NCA&TStateUniversity

    42. ProductDiversification,Performance,andRiskofU.S.AgribusinessesPabloGarciaFuentes,P.LynnKennedy;LouisianaStateUniversity,GustavoFerreira;VirginiaTech,FelipePerez;INCAEBusinessSchool

    43. DoesMicrofinanceAlleviatetheFinancingConstraintsofGhanaianSmallBusinesses?FrederickQuaye,ValentinaHartarska;AuburnUniversity

    44. Students'PerceptionofExpenseandHealthinessofFoodProductsLauraStocking,SierraHowry,A.DeanMonroe,LoreeBranham;AngeloStateUniversity

    45. InvestinginAgribusinessStocks:WhatLiesAhead!TatsuyaHanabuchi;LouisianaStateUniversity

    46. InvestigatinglongRunandShortRunFactorsAffectingRenewableEnergyConsumptioninLouisianaKrishnaKoirala,AdityaKhanal;LouisianaStateUniversity

    47. TheCostEffectivenessofBiologicalControl:TheCaseofInvasiveMoleCricketsandFloridasCommercialPasturelandMichaelThomas;FloridaA&MUniversity

    Monday8:00am5:00pm

    RegistrationPalmsFoyer

    Monday8am12noonQuizBowlCompetition

    PalmsBallroomSalonsA&B

    QuizBowlBreak/RecruitmentFair10am

    PalmsBallr