Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Members in the News: Kusunose, Devadoss, and Iowa State University Students

Yoko Kusunose, University of Kentucky

SEC Faculty Travel Visit Focuses on Agricultural Management During Climate Change

By: UK Now- August 4, 2017

“In the past, farmers expected slight deviations in seasonal weather averages and they planned their crop management accordingly,” said Kusunose, who is in the Department of Agricultural Economics in UK's College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. “But due to global climate change, we are starting to see more extreme weather events and farmers everywhere are bearing the brunt.”

Read the entire article on UK Now

Stephen Devadoss, Texas Tech University

Trump and Immigration: Agriculture Friend or Foe?

By: Southeast Produce Weekly - August 3, 2017

An already bad situation will no doubt get worse, according to Dr. Stephen Devadoss of the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at Texas Tech University University and Dr. Jeff Luckstead of the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness at the University of Arkansas, who presented a paper on the topic “Effects of U.S. Policies on Illegal Immigration” at this week’s 2017 Agricultural & Applied Economics Association Annual Meeting in Chicago.

Read the entire article on Southeast Produce Weekly

Iowa State University Students

ISU students place in ag competitions

By: Celebrations - July 31, 2017

Nine undergraduate students representing the Iowa State University Agriculture Business Club recently traveled to the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association meeting to participate in competitions and attend the annual meeting.

Read the entire article on Celebrations

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