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Projected costs and returns, rice and soybeans, southwest Louisiana, 1984

Kenneth W. Paxton

Projected costs and returns, rice and soybeans, southwest Louisiana, 1984

by Kenneth W. Paxton

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Published by Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center in Baton Rouge, La .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Louisiana
    • Subjects:
    • Rice trade -- Louisiana -- Forecasting.,
    • Soybean industry -- Louisiana -- Forecasting.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Kenneth W. Paxton and David R. Lavergne.
      SeriesD.A.E. research report ;, no. 625
      ContributionsLavergne, David R.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1775.L8 L7 no. 625, HD9066.U46L6 L7 no. 625
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 46 p. :
      Number of Pages46
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3002310M
      LC Control Number84621340

      Soybean Prices - 45 Year Historical Chart. Interactive chart of historical daily soybean prices back to The price shown is in U.S. Dollars per bushel. The current price of soybeans as of Aug is $ per bushel. portion. Rice continues to be an important agronomic crop in southwestern Louisiana also. Rice acreage has fluctuated in Louisiana in recent years from a high of , acres in to a low of , acres in Much of this fluctuation has been caused by farm policy programs and world market economics.

      Goals / Objectives The major goals of this project are to:(1) Identify current and relevant sugarcane production and farm management issues and problems facing the Louisiana sugarcane industry.(2) Develop and publish a representative set of annual projected costs and returns estimates for the production of sugarcane as a commodity enterprise in Louisiana. Rice Crop: Harvest Nearly Complete, Ratoon Harvest to Start Soon As of NASS/USDA estimated that the harvest was 91% complete, with Texas and Louisiana .

      Southwest Louisiana is the best rice-producing area in the South and, indeed, in the world, and, with the coming of the careful, conservative methods of raising this cereal, the future of this industry rests upon a secure foundation.   USDA released the August Crop Production and Supply and Demand Report Monday. The Louisiana estimates show an increase in corn and cotton production in , and a decrease in production for soybeans, rice and sugarcane. READ MORE.


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Projected costs and returns, rice and soybeans, southwest Louisiana, 1984 by Kenneth W. Paxton Download PDF EPUB FB2

PROJECTED COSTS AND RETURNS -- RICE, LOUISIANA, SOYBEANS, WHEAT, SORGHUM, SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA, by Michael E. Salassi and Michael A. Deliberto1 INTRODUCTION Farmers are annually faced with critical management decisions that impact the employment of production inputs for various crop enterprises and the combination of crops that.

Projected Commodity Costs And Returns Rice Production in Louisiana, Soybeans, Wheat and Sorghum Production in Southwest Louisiana Michael E. Salassi and Janis B. Breaux Farm Management Research & Extension Department of Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness A.E.A.

Information Series No. - January Projected Commodity Costs And Returns Rice Production in Louisiana, Soybeans, Wheat and Sorghum 1984 book in Southwest Louisiana Michael E. Salassi, Michael A. Deliberto and Brian M.

Hilbun Farm Management Research & Extension Department of Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness A.E.A. Information Series No. - January PROJECTED COSTS AND RETURNS -- RICE, LOUISIANA, PROJECTED COSTS AND RETURNS -- SOYBEANS, CORN, MILO, WH EAT, AND WHEAT-SOYBEAN DOUBLE CROP, SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA, by Michael E.

Salassi1 INTRODUCTION Farmers are annually faced with critical management decisions that impact the. Projected Commodity Costs And Returns Rice Production in Louisiana, Soybeans, Wheat and Sorghum Production in Southwest Louisiana Michael E.

Salassi and Michael Deliberto Farm Management Research & Extension Department of Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness A.E.A. Information Series No. - January Projected Costs and Returns - Rice and Soybeans - Southwest Louisiana.

Projected Costs and Returns -Cotton, (). USDA has estimated annual production costs and returns and published accounts for major field crop and livestock enterprises since Cost and return estimates are reported for the United States and major production regions for corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, grain sorghum, rice, peanuts, oats, barley, milk, hogs, and cow-calf.

These cost and return accounts are. Factor Demands of Louisiana Rice Producers: An Econometric Investigation: Reply Article (PDF Available) in Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 21(02) February with 9 Reads.

Projected Costs And Returns - Rice, Louisiana, ; Projected Costs And Returns - Soybeans, Corn, Milo, Wheat, And Wheat-Soybean Double Crop, Southwest Louisiana, Article Jan Paxton, K.

and David Lavergne. “Projected Cost and Returns: Rice and Soybeans, Southwest Louisiana, Department of Agricultural Economics Research Report No.Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Google Scholar. A Diewert-flexible (dual) cost function was used to derive a system of conditional factor demand equations for Louisiana rice producers.

Generalized Leontief cost. Factor Demands of Louisiana Rice Producers: An Econometric Investigation - Volume 20 Issue 2 - Patricia E. McLean-Meyinsse, Albert Ade.

Okunade. The base yield level for Southwest Louisiana was cwt per acre for water- and drill-planted rice. Variable production costs ranged from $ to $ per cwt for water-planted and drill-planted rice production systems with a base yield level of cwt per acre.

Projected Costs and Returns, Rice, Soybeans, Wheat and Sorghum. This report is organized as follows: Tables 1 - 4 present forage requirements assumed for beef cattle production and summaries of costs and returns for.

Progress 03/01/02 to 02/28/08 Outputs OUTPUTS: This project has annually published a report which includes projected production costs for alternative rice production systems in Louisiana. Detailed projected cost budgets were prepared for rice production systems involving conventional tillage and stale seed bed, water planted and drill planted, conventional varieties.

Musick JA and ME Salassi () Projected cost and return of rice and soybeans in southwest Louisiana. Dep Agrie Econ, Louisiana State Univ Res Report Google Scholar 7. Projected costs and returns: rice, soybeans, corn, milo, wheat, wheat-soybean double crop, rice-crawfish double crop, and selected irrigation enterprises, southwest Louisiana, by Brian Connolly (Book) 3 editions published between and in English.

Rice and soybeans are the two big commodities farmers produce in Calcasieu Parish, according to Meaux. "Farmers annually prod acres of rice and 8, acres of soybeans, which is not very much compared to other Southwest Louisiana parishes, but it is still a $14 million economy in our parish,” he added.

and ownership costs of rice production in (fig. 1).1 Insufficient data on marketing patterns, marketing and storage costs, and the distribution of Government pay-ments restricts further analysis of their impact on rice costs and returns. Economic Research Service/USDA Characteristics and Production Costs of U.S.

Rice Farms/SB iii. “Finally,several days of dry weather were strung together and producers took full advantage. Sugarcane planting and rice harvest continued back at full force. Cattle and hay producers began making second hay cutting, a few third. Calves were being weaned and sold. Early soybean harvest began.

Soybean market prices for the marketing year are projected to be below the breakeven price when land costs are included. The following is a list of recommendations from Michigan State University Extension for reducing soybean production costs without significantly affecting yields.PROJECTED COSTS AND RETURNS - COTTON, SOYBEANS, CORN, GRAIN SORGHUM AND WHEAT, LOUISIANA, by 1Kenneth W.

Paxton INTRODUCTION Producers need reliable information upon which to base critical management decisions. These decisions include the use of various inputs in the production process as well as alternative enterprises.Total costs continued on this track with the HT soybeans at $ per acre compared to the NHT soybeans at $ per acre.

Total net return excluding the direct and counter-cyclical payments favored the HT soybeans at $ per acre which was an advantage of $ per acre over the NHT varieties.