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Quantifying The Role Of Riparian Management To Control Non-Point Source Pollution Of Pasture And Cropland Streams, James R. Russell, Daniel G. Morrical, John Kovar, Daryl R. Strohbehn, John D. Lawrence, Mathew M. Haan, Shelly Lee Nellesen, Thomas M. Isenhart, Richard Schultz Jan 2009

Quantifying The Role Of Riparian Management To Control Non-Point Source Pollution Of Pasture And Cropland Streams, James R. Russell, Daniel G. Morrical, John Kovar, Daryl R. Strohbehn, John D. Lawrence, Mathew M. Haan, Shelly Lee Nellesen, Thomas M. Isenhart, Richard Schultz

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Grazing management practices have the potential to mitigate some problems with sediment and phosphorus loading in pasture streams. The project demonstrated possible strategies to lessen grazing impacts on streams.


A Study Of The Factors That Influence Consumer Attitudes Towards Beef Products Using The Conjoint Market Analysis Tool, Brian E. Mennecke, Anthony M. Townsend, Dermot J. Hayes, Steven M. Lonergan Jan 2009

A Study Of The Factors That Influence Consumer Attitudes Towards Beef Products Using The Conjoint Market Analysis Tool, Brian E. Mennecke, Anthony M. Townsend, Dermot J. Hayes, Steven M. Lonergan

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Beef producers looking for a competitive edge in today's markets need information about the qualities that consumers consider most important. Using conjoint marketing analysis allowed the investigators to sort out the most relevant characteristics for meat purchasers.


Business Organization And Coordination In Niche Hog Marketing, James Kliebenstein, Brent Hueth, Maro A. Ibarburu Jan 2008

Business Organization And Coordination In Niche Hog Marketing, James Kliebenstein, Brent Hueth, Maro A. Ibarburu

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Niche hog marketing enterprises face a unique set of challenges. This study considered five critical management issues, and analyzed the workings of two niche pork markets in Iowa. Issues of market timing, product quality, process verification, business organization, and sharing of returns are discussed.


Optimal Efficiency In The Use Of Iowa's Energy, Soil, And Feed Resources For Beef Production, James R. Russell, Allen H. Trenkle, Daryl R. Strohbehn, Walter F. Wedin, Stephen K. Barnhart, Arne Hallam, Mark S. Honeyman Jan 1992

Optimal Efficiency In The Use Of Iowa's Energy, Soil, And Feed Resources For Beef Production, James R. Russell, Allen H. Trenkle, Daryl R. Strohbehn, Walter F. Wedin, Stephen K. Barnhart, Arne Hallam, Mark S. Honeyman

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Soil erodes over six times faster from cultivated Iowa cropland than from pastureland, even though almost 12 percent more of the pastureland acres are classified as highly erodible than the cropland acres. Because of serious concern about excessive erosion of Iowa's topsoil, profitable alternatives to row-crop production are needed for soils like those found in much of southern Iowa.