Monday, May 13, 2024

Members in the News: May 13, 2024

 *Disclaimer - This email is to acknowledge citations of current AAEA members and/or their research in any public media channel. AAEA does not agree nor disagree with the views or attitudes of cited outside publications.

Brittney Goodrich, University of California, Davis

New UC Study Estimates Blackberry Production Costs

By: California Ag Today – May 7, 2024

“The study provides growers with a baseline to estimate their own costs, which can help when applying for production loans, projecting labor costs, securing market arrangements or understanding costs associated with water and nutrient management and regulatory programs.”

Read more on: California Ag Today

Simon Somogyi, Texas A&M University

New Texas A&m Report Gives Insights On Future Beef, Pork, Chicken Prices

By: Austin County News – May 8, 2024

“These report estimates will provide U.S. consumers with a better understanding of the factors that influence meat prices and help them estimate future meat costs, allowing households to budget more effectively.”

Read more on: Austin County News

Adam Rabinowitz, Auburn University

Alabama Heirs Property Alliance Helping Educate Residents, Farming Families About Key Issue

By: Specialty Crop Grower – May 8, 2024

“The team that we have been building in Alabama is going to help address landowner challenges that can create tension in families, limit income and wealth opportunities and potentially lead to land loss. By training and further supporting Extension professionals, the alliance will have a much wider impact in minimizing the negative effects of heirs property.”

Read more on: Specialty Crop Grower

Joseph Balagtas, Purdue University

Consumers Report Significant Rise in Diet Satisfaction Since January

By: National Hog Farmer – May 8, 2024

“Over the past 28 months, we’ve measured food insecurity among rural households that is nearly twice the rate of urban households, 22% vs. 14%, respectively. Poverty rates are higher in rural areas, and one consequence of poverty is that it is harder to afford to put food on the table.”

Read more on: National Hog Farmer

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