Leadership in Economic Analysis to Improve Agricultural, Food, and Environmental Policy
The Center for Agricultural and Rural Development was founded at Iowa State University in 1958 to address problems, especially unintended consequences, in agricultural policy. Founding director Earl Heady brought quantitative analysis to the study of agricultural policy at CARD, a scientific approach for measuring different policy options.
ASFMRA Iowa Chapter Annual Conference, Ames, Iowa
Estherville and Everly, Iowa
Edward D. Perry, David A. Hennessy, GianCarlo Moschini
Minghao Li, Edward J. Balistreri, Wendong Zhang
Invited Presentation to the 76th Annual Professional Agriculture Workers Conference organized by Tuskegee University. Opelika, Alabama. SHOW MORE
- World’s Largest Pork Producer in Crisis: China’s African Swine Fever Outbreak
- Using Markets to Balance Agricultural Expansion and Forest Conservation
- The Blessing and Curse of Productivity
- The Costs and Benefits of Nutrient Reduction Programs
2018 Integrated Crop Management Conference, Ames, IA
2018 Pro-Ag Outlook Meetings, Various Locations in Iowa
89th ASFMRA Annual Conference, Chandler, AZ
This decision tool is intended to help farmers who do not currently use cover crops evaluate the expected annual net returns to cover crop adoption under alternative scenarios. SHOW FEWER
Latest Media Contacts
Research by Lee Schulz was utilized in an article about profitability in the swine industry. Also appears in http://bit.ly/2Si0i9s.
A recent presentation by Alejandro Plastina was featured in an article by the Spencer Daily Reporter.
Chad Hart was interviewed by KCAU channel 9 about the effect of trade tariffs on Iowa's economy. Also appears in http://bit.ly/2td3btp, http://bit.ly/2td3btp, http://bit.ly/2SBtt6F, http://bit.ly/2GvhsJD, http://bit.ly/2HVT3iG, and http://bit.ly/2DZFTNI.
Pork industry research by Dermot Hayes was used in a Food Business News article about trade negotiations.