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Name: Economic Implications of the EPA Analysis of the CAP and Trade Provisions of H.R. 2454 for U.S. Representative Farms Documents:
Authors: Joe L. Outlaw, James W. Richardson, Henry L. Bryant, J. Marc Raulston, George M. Knapek, Brian K. Herbst, Luis A. Ribera, and David P. Anderson rr 09-2 paper - for web.pdf
Summary:
AFPC ID: RR-2009-2
 
Name: Wind Energy: Issues to Consider Documents:
Authors: Brian J. Frosch and Joe L. Outlaw RR-08-2.pdf
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AFPC ID: RR-2008-2
 
Name: Policy Tools for US Agriculture, 4th Edition Documents:
Authors: Joe Outlaw, James Richardson, Parr Rosson, Danny Klinefelter, David Anderson, Ron Knutson policy_tools_for_us_agriculture.pdf
Summary: This document summarizes what has been learned from more than 60 years of experience dealing with more than 130 agricultural and food policy tools. Contemporary federal policy regarding agriculture has its origin in the late 1920s. Since that time policy has evolved continuously as problems, conditions, goals and/or philosophies toward government involvement in agriculture have changed.
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Name: Review of The Economics Utilized in The Proposed EPA Regulations of CAFOs Documents:
Authors: Anderson, David P.; Edward G. Smith; James W. Richardson; Ronald D. Knutson; Abner W. Womack wp01-8.pdf
Summary:
AFPC ID: WP-2001-8
 
Name: The Economic Impact of Land Purchases to Meet Buffer Zone Requirements on Representative Texas Dairies Documents:
Authors: Anderson, David P.; Edward G. Smith; James W. Richardson; Ronald D. Knutson wp98-6.pdf
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AFPC ID: WP-1998-6
 
Name: An Evaluation of Dairy Manure Management Economics Documents:
Authors: Outlaw, Joe; Amy Purvis; John Miller NA
Summary:
AFPC ID: RR-1995-2
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