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Southern Agricultural Economics Association
Annual Meetings Program
January 29 - February 2, 2000
Lexington, Kentucky

SAEA OFFICERS:

President - Mary Marchant

President-Elect - Hal Harris

1st Vice President - Hector Zapata

2nd Vice President - Kimberly Jensen

Secretary/Treasurers - Bob Nelson & J. Walter Prevatt

Past-President - Eduardo Segarra

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Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
REGISTRATION
HYATT, LOWER LEVEL "B"
PATTERSON REGISTRATION BOOTH

Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
AG ECON QUIZ BOWL
HYATT, ATLANTA ROOM

Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
SAEA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
HYATT, MARY TODD LINCOLN ROOM

Sunday 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
SAAS BOARD MEETING
HYATT, PATTERSON D

Sunday 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
SAAS GENERAL SESSION
LEXINGTON CONVENTION CENTER, BALLROOM 1

Sunday 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
SAAS RECEPTION
HYATT, PATTERSON BALLROOM

Sunday 2:00 p.m. - Tuesday 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED POSTERS
LEXINGTON CONVENTION CENTER
Poster Presentation will be
Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon

Farm Level Comparison of the FAIR Act to the 1990 Farm Bill
E. Smith, Texas A&M University,
J. Richardson, Texas A&M University,
D. Anderson, Texas A&M University,
R. Knutson, Texas A&M University

Rice INSure: Rice Crop Insurance Evaluation Software
D. Anderson, Texas A&M University,
M. Rister, Texas A&M University,
L. Raun, Texas A&M University,
J. Outlaw, Texas A&M University,
L. Falconer, Texas A&M University

The Economics of Changing Cost of Distance
M. Bhattarai, Clemson University,
P. Huang, Clemson University

An Economic Analysis of Kentucky Dairy Farm Abatement Cost
S. Cruz, University of Kentucky,
R. Fleming, University of Kentucky

Integrated Farm Financial Statements (IFFS) 2000 Software
D. Doye, Oklahoma State University,
C. Petermann, Oklahoma State University

An Evaluation of the Use of Computers, the Internet, and Decision Tools by Selected Southeastern Beef and Peanut Farm Leaders
W. Ferreira, Clemson University,
J. Prevatt, Auburn University,
J. Dunkelberger, Auburn University,
N. Martin, Auburn University,
S. Fletcher, University of Georgia,
T. Hewitt, University of Florida

A Multivariate Probit Analysis of BMP Adoption by Louisiana Sugarcane Products
S. Henning, Louisiana State University,
H. Castillo, Louisiana State University

Economic Evaluation of the U.S. Atlantic Pelagic Longline Fleet Using a Multispecies Duality Framework
S. Larkin, University of Florida,
D. Lee, University of Florida,
C. Adams, University of Florida

Beef Cattle Producer Attitudes about Current Production and Marketing Practices in Mississippi
R. Little, Mississippi State University,
C. Forest, Mississippi State University,
R. Lacy, Mississippi State University,
T. Engelken, Mississippi State University,
F. Lehman, Mississippi State University,
G. Jackson, Mississippi State University

Field Adaptive Research Models (FARM): Is This the Avenue to Enhance U.S. Peanut Producer Competitiveness?
N. Martin, Auburn University,
A. Luke, University of Georgia,
D. Hartzog, Auburn University,
S. Fletcher, University of Georgia

Can Twin Row Production Practices Enhance Peanut Producer Competitiveness?
A. Luke, University of Georgia,
N. Martin, Auburn University,
S. Fletcher, University of Georgia,
J. Baldwin, University of Georgia,
W. Shurley, University of Georgia

A Least-Cost Evaluation of Alternative Winter-Feeding Options for Cow-Calf Producers?
J. Marshall, Auburn University,
J. Prevatt, Auburn University,
N. Martin, Auburn University,
P. Duffy, Auburn University

Determining A Value For Waste Management in the Southern High Plains Cattle Feeding Industry
J. Mehlhorn, West Texas A&M University,
D. Parker, West Texas A&M University

Alternative Peach Crop Insurance Products
S. Miller, Clemson University,
K. Kahl, Clemson University,
P. Rathwell, Clemson University

Identifying Factors Affecting Consumption of Peanut Product in a Transition Economy
W. Moon, University of Georgia,
W. Florkowski, University of Georgia,
L. Beuchat, University of Georgia,
A. Resurreccion, University of Georgia,
P. Paraskova, University of Georgia,
J. Jordanov, University of Georgia,
M. Chinnan, University of Georgia

Consumer Perception of Food Safety and Change in Food Consumption Habits
A. Rimal, University of Georgia,
S. Fletcher, University of Georgia

Are Pretzels, Chips and Bologna Taking Away Market Share from Peanut Products?
S. Fletcher, University of Georgia,
A. Rimal, University of Georgia

Analysis of Supply for Highly Skilled Workers in the Rural South: The Case of Mississippi
J. Swindell, Mississippi State University,
G. Mumma, Mississippi State University,
D. Rainey, Clemson University

The Effect of Various Marketing Strategies on Cattle Feeder Solvency for Cattle Sold in the Southern High Plains in 1999: An Applied Example
D. Williams, West Texas A&M University,
J. Mehlhorn, West Texas A&M University

The Costs of Developing and Delivering an Internet-Based Course in Agricultural Economics
A. Wysocki, University of Florida,
D. Comer, University of Florida

Outstanding JAAE Publication Award Poster

Distinguished Extension Program Award Poster

Outstanding Teaching of a Course Award Poster

Graduate Student Paper Award Poster

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Monday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
REGISTRATION
HYATT, LOWER LEVEL "B"
PATTERSON REGISTRATION BOOTH

Monday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
AG ECON QUIZ BOWL
HYATT, ATLANTA ROOM

Monday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
DEPARTMENTAL RECRUITMENT DISPLAYS
HYATT, HALL NEAR ATLANTA ROOM
Student Recruitment Fair will be
Monday 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Monday 8:45 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
32nd ANNUAL SAEA MEETINGS
OPENING REMARKS AND WELCOME

Mary Marchant, SAEA President
Lynn Robbins, Chair, Department of
Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky
Harold Benson, Director, Land Grant Programs,
Kentucky State University
HYATT, PATTERSON D

Monday 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
"Agricultural Economics in the New
Millennium: Lessons from the Old Millennium"

Hal Harris, SAEA President-Elect
HYATT, PATTERSON D

Monday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
INVITED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON D

Title: The Millennium Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations

Moderator: Glenn C.W. Ames, University of Georgia

Organizers: Glenn C.W. Ames, University of Georgia
C. Parr Rosson, III, Texas A&M University

Agriculture in the Millennium Round: A European Union Perspective
Tassos Haniotis, Agricultural Counselor, European Commission Delegation to the U.S.

The Millennium Round: The Mexican Perspective
Manuel Zertuche, Monterrey Tech, Mexico

U.S. Position in the Millennium Round of MTN
Debra Henke, Director, International Trade Policy, Multinational Trade Negotiation Division, FAS/USDA

The Millennium Round: The Canadian Perspective
Larry Martin, George Morris Center, University of Guelph

Discussants:
Andy Schmitz, University of Florida
C. Parr Rosson, III, Texas A&M University

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Monday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
JOINT SYMPOSIUM WITH RURAL SOCIOLOGY (PLENARY SESSION)
RADISSON, LINCOLN I

Title: The Idea of a Local Economy

Organizers: Wynne Wright, University of Minnesota
Douglas Constance, Sam Houston State University

Presider: Wynne Wright, University of Minnesota

Featured Speaker: Wendell Berry, Poet, Author and Kentucky Farmer

Discussants: Douglas Constance, Sam Houston State University
Michael Reed, University of Kentucky

Monday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, CLAY II

Title: Topics in Agricultural Finance

Moderator: Steven C. Turner, University of Georgia

Role of Cooperatives in the Success of Small Farms
Ashok K. Mishra, USDA, Economic Research Service,
Fisseha Tegegne, Cooperative Agricultural Research Program, Nashville

Factors Determining FSA Guaranteed Loan Loss Claim Rates in the U.S. for 1990-1997
Latisha A. Settlage, Purdue University,
Bruce L Dixon, University of Arkansas,
Bruce L. Ahrendsen, University of Arkansas

Factors Determining Initial Public Offering Readiness of Agribusiness Firms
G. Barton Pennington, University of Georgia,
Steven C. Turner, University of Georgia,
James E. Epperson, University of Georgia,
Forrest E. Stegelin, University of Georgia

Do Value-Added Measures Add Value to Efficiency? The Case of Agribusiness Firms in Business Week's Global 1000
Yvonne Acheampong, University of Georgia,
Michael Wetzstein, University of Georgia

Monday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE I

Title: Public Provision of Rural Services: Benefits and Costs

Moderator: Daniel V. Rainey, Clemson University

The Role of Vocational Education in the Economic Development of West Virginia
Doolarie Singh, West Virginia University,
Tesfa G. Gebremedhin, West Virginia University

Does Sprawl Cost Us All?: Isolating the Effects of Residential Settlement Form on Public Service Costs
Cameron Speir, Virginia Tech University,
Kurt Stephenson, Virginia Tech University

Measurement of Production Efficiency in Not-For-Profit Organizations: The Case of Nebraska County Governments
Ibrahim Abuwaked, University of Nebraska,
Glenn A. Helmers, University of Nebraska,
Roy Frederick, University of Nebraska

Willingness to Pay for Research and Extension Programs
John C. Whitehead, East Carolina University,
William B. Clifford, North Carolina State University,
Thomas L. Hoban, North Carolina State University

Monday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE II

Title: Non-Market Valuation of Environmental Amenities and Disamenities

Moderator: Paul M. Jakus, University of Tennessee

Averting Cost Measures of the Benefits to South Carolina Households of Red Imported Fire Ant Control
Stephen E. Miller, Clemson University,
Mark S. Henry, Clemson University,
Brenda J. Vander Mey, Clemson University,
Paul M. Horton, Clemson University

Economic Impact of Fire Ants in Texas Metro Area
Victoria Salin, Texas A&M University,
Curtis F. Lard, Texas A&M University,
Charles R. Hall, Texas A&M University

An Empirical Investigation of the Environmental Kuznets Curve for Deforestation: A Cross-Country Panel Data Analysis
Madhusudan Bhattarai, Clemson University,
Michael Hammig, Clemson University

Welfare Tradeoffs for Competing Wildlife-Based Recreational Activities
Ashley Renck, Mississippi State University,
Diane Hite, Mississippi State University,
Darren Hudson, Mississippi State University

Monday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE III

Title: Market Flows and Channel Structure

Moderator: Richard Kilmer, University of Florida

An Economic Evaluation of Sugarcane Production and Processing in Southeast Texas
David P. Anderson, Texas A&M University,
M. Edward Rister, Texas A&M University,
Victor M. Aguilar, Texas A&M University,
Edward G. Smith, Texas A&M University,
Ronald D. Lacewell, Texas A&M University,
Lonnie Jones, Texas A&M University

Necessary Condition for Market Integration Tests: The Case of the U.S. Broiler Industry
Harold L. Goodwin, University of Arkansas,
Harjanto Djunaidi, University of Arkansas

Marketing and Trade Flows of the Louisiana Nursery Industry
Wade R. Hampton, Louisiana State University

Economic Linkages Between Production and Agribusiness Sectors of the Texas Cotton Industry
Blake K. Bennett, Texas Agricultural Extension Service,
Sukant K. Misra, Texas Tech University

Monday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON E

Title: Management Issues for Precision Farming

Moderator: Burton English, University of Tennessee

Site-Specific Fertilizer Application in Soybeans
Amos Bechtel, Louisiana State University,
Steven Moore, Louisiana State University

A Whole-Farm Analysis of Precision Agriculture
Michael P. Popp, University of Arkansas,
Caleb A. Oriade, University of Arkansas

Using Satellite Images for Precision Farming Decisions in Wheat Farming
Harry Mapp, Oklahoma State University,
Mohammad Asim, Oklahoma State University,
John Solie, Oklahoma State University

Adoption, Profitability and Potential Trends of Precision Farming in Arkansas
Jennie Popp, University of Arkansas,
Terry Griffin, University of Arkansas

Monday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
HYATT, PATTERSON F

Title: Agricultural Economics Via Distance Education: Challenges and Opportunities

Organizer: Allen F. Wysocki, University of Florida

Moderator: Allen F. Wysocki, University of Florida

Participants: Allen F. Wysocki, University of Florida,
Dori Comer, University of Florida,
Allen M. Featherstone, Kansas State University,
Lois Willett, Cornell University

Monday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
HYATT, PATTERSON H

Title: Comparison of Agriculture and Business Practices in Southern United States and Europe and Ideas for Collaboration

Organizer: S. Sureshwaran and H. Selassie, South Carolina State University

Moderator: Wes Harrison, University of Tennessee

Participants: David Kelch, USDA/ERS,
Michael Blount, Monsanto
Lisa House, Mississippi State University
S. Srikanthan, Cranfield University
John Nichols, Texas A&M University

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Monday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
RADISSON, CLAY II

Title: Responses to the Farm Family Financial Crisis

Organizer: Steve Isaacs, University of Kentucky

Moderator: Steve Isaacs, University of Kentucky

Participants: Greg Ibendahl, University of Kentucky,
Johnny Jordan, Clemson University,
Gordon Groover, Virginia Tech University,
Geoff Benson, North Carolina State University,
Bill Mallory, University of Kentucky

Monday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE I

Title: Agribusiness: Industry Performance and Market Opportunities

Moderator: Allen F. Wysocki, University of Florida

Consumers' Residential Landscape Preferences
Angel Iturbide, Louisiana State University,
Roger Hinson, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center

Marketing Assistance Needs of Value-Added Agribusiness
Gregory K. Pompelli, University of Tennessee,
Kimberly L. Jensen, University of Tennessee

Attitudes of Cooperative Managers and Board Members Toward Value-Added Enterprises and New Generation Cooperative Structures
Phil Kenkel, University of Tennessee,
Rodney B. Holcomb, Oklahoma State University,
Edwin Acbol, Oklahoma State University

An Analysis of the Performance of U.S. ISO 9000 Registered Agribusiness Sites Based on Selected Quality Assurance Indicators
Gerald Mumma, Mississippi State University,
Albert J. Allen, Mississippi State University,
Warren Couvillion, Mississippi State University

Monday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE II

Title: Economics of Waste Management

Moderator: William Park, University of Tennessee

Apparent Versus Potential Value of Broiler Litter
Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University,
Tina M. Eaton, Oklahoma State University

Economics of Poultry Litter Utilization and Optimal Environmental Policy for Phosphorus Disposal in Georgia
Christopher S. McIntosh, University of Idaho,
Krishna P. Paudel, Auburn University

Valuing Water Quality Improvements and Distributional Alternatives of Rural Septic Systems
Angelos Pagoulatos, University of Kentucky,
Ronald A. Fleming, University of Kentucky,
Rebecca Smith-Allen, EPA

Evaluating the Efficiency of Kentucky's Swine Production Facilities Setbacks
Ronald A. Fleming, University of Kentucky

Monday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE III

Title: Agricultural Pricing Systems

Moderator: Michael Thomsen, University of Arkansas

Analyzing the Limited Adoption of Grid Pricing: An Application of Expected Utility Theory
Kimberly A. Zeuli, University of Kentucky,
John D. Anderson, University of Kentucky

Analysis of the Effect of Packing Capacity on Hog Prices
Sarah E. Spivey, Texas A&M University,
Victoria Salin, Texas A&M University,
David P. Anderson, Texas A&M University

Analyzing Factors Affecting Grain Pricing Opportunities
Roger Wilson, University of Nebraska

Grid Pricing Versus Average Pricing for Fed Cattle: Where is the Incentive?
Scott W. Fausti, South Dakota State University,
Bashir Qasmi, South Dakota State University,
Dillon Feuz, South Dakota State University

Monday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON E

Title: Extension Issues in Livestock Marketing and Production

Moderator: John Anderson, University of Kentucky

Goat Producers' Ratings of Markets and Production Problems
Mack C. Nelson, Fort Valley State University,
Nathaniel B. Brown Jr., Fort Valley State University,
Steven C. Turner, University of Georgia,
S. Mobini, Fort Valley State University,
S. Gelaye, Fort Valley State University

Beef Cow-Calf Production and Financial Performance Measurement: A Six Year Summary of the Southern Cow-Calf Industry and Use in Extension Programming
Lawrence Falconer, Texas A&M Research and Extension Center,
John Parker, Texas A&M Research and Extension Center,
James McGrann, Texas A&M University

Profit-Maximizing Forage-Livestock Programs for Oklahoma Beef Producers
Karen E. Smith, Oklahoma State University,
Francis Epplin, Oklahoma State University,
Darrel Klettke, Oklahoma State University,
Damona Doye, Oklahoma State University,
Dave Lalman, Oklahoma State University

Beef Cow-Calf Standardized Performance Analysis Software
John Parker, Texas A&M Research and Extension Center,
Lawrence Falconer, Texas Ag. Extension Service,
James McGrann, Texas A&M University

Monday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON F

Title: Innovations in Agricultural Economics Curriculum and Instruction

Moderator: Lisa House, Mississippi State University

Incorporating Active Learning into the Daily Routine of Classroom Instruction
Kim Harris, Southern Illinois University

Economics in the Undergraduate Agricultural Economics Curriculum at the End of the Millennium
Michael Oldfather, Kansas State University,
Bryan Schurle, Kansas State University

Assessments of the Educational Value of Web-Based Instructional Tools
Harold Deskins, Durham, North Carolina,
Kurt Stephenson, Virginia Tech University,
Dixie Watts Reaves, Virginia Tech University

Opportunities and Challenges in Off-Campus Agribusiness Management Education
Ferdinand F. Wirth, University of Florida,
Suzanne D. Thornsbury, University of Florida

Monday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
HYATT, PATTERSON H

Title: Global Economic Turmoil and Prospects for Recovery: Impacts, Issues and Prospects for Southern Agriculture

Organizers: Flynn J. Adcock and Parr Rosson, Texas A&M University

Moderator: Mary Marchant, University of Kentucky

Participants: Parr Rosson, Texas A&M University,
Jaime Malaga, Texas A&M University,
Flynn Adcock, Texas A&M University,
Richard Edwards, Dalton College,
Larry Sanders, Oklahoma State University,
Gail Cramer, University of Arkansas,
Won Koo, North Dakota State University,
Larry Martin, University of Guelph

Monday 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
STUDENT RECRUITMENT FAIR
HYATT, ATLANTA ROOM

Monday 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m
SAEA BUSINESS MEETING & AWARDS PROGRAM
HYATT, PATTERSON D

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Tuesday 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
SAAS BREAKFAST AND BOARD MEETING
HYATT, PATTERSON B

Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
REGISTRATION
HYATT, LOWER LEVEL "B"
PATTERSON REGISTRATION BOOTH

Tuesday 8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
INVITED PAPERS
LEXINGTON CONVENTION CENTER
BALLROOM 4

Title: Market-Based Solutions to Environmental Problems

Moderator and Organizer: Kimberly Zeuli, University of Kentucky

Market-Based Solutions to Agricultural Environmental Issues: Recent Developments in Theory and Practice
Alan Randall and Michael A. Taylor, The Ohio State University

Will Southern Agriculture Play a Role in a Carbon Market?
Kimberly Zeuli and Jerry Skees, University of Kentucky

###Tradable Permits for Controlling Nitrates in Groundwater
Cynthia Morgan, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington DC
Jay Coggins, University of Minnesota
Vern Eidman, University of Minnesota

Discussant: Richard Woodward, Texas A&M University

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Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, CLAY II

Title: Dairy Industry Profitability, Pricing, and Technology Impacts

Moderator: Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State University

Managing Risk and Profits on the Dairy Farm: A Marketing Risk Management and Analysis Program for the Dairy Producer
Cameron S. Thraen, Ohio State University,
Normand St-Pierre, Ohio State University,
Wayne Knoblauch, Cornell University

Florida Dairy Farmers Association Transaction Cost Associated with Uneven Delivery Schedules
Sophia J. Glen, University of Florida,
Tom Stevens, University of Florida,
Richard Kilmer, University of Florida

Impact of Retail Price Volatility on U.S. Fluid Milk Demand
Leigh J. Maynard, University of Kentucky

The Impact of Reverse Osmosis and Ultrafiltration Technologies on the Southern Dairy and Milk Industries
Heng-chi Lee, Texas A&M University,
David P. Anderson, Texas A&M University,
Robert B. Schwart, Texas A&M University,
Bruce A. McCarl, Texas A&M University

Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE I

Title: Industrial Development in Rural Areas

Moderator: Dave Freshwater, University of Kentucky

Target Industry Analysis and Local Economic Development
LaDee Homm, Oklahoma State University,
Mike Woods, Oklahoma State University,
Gerald Doeksen, Oklahoma State University

Factors Affecting Agribusiness Firm Location Decisions in Oklahoma: A Site Selection Survey Approach
Jeannine Flores-Bastidas, Oklahoma State University,
Rodney B. Holcomb, Oklahoma State University,
Mike Woods, Oklahoma State University,
Conrad P. Lyford, Oklahoma State University

Exogenous Factors Affecting Pull Factors Values in Oklahoma Communities
Kimberly McCroskey, Oklahoma State University,
Mike D. Woods, Oklahoma State University
Dan S. Tilley, Oklahoma State University

New Technologies, Agricultural Evangelism and the Evolving Structure of Rural Societies
David L. Debertin, University of Kentucky

Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE II

Title: Miscellaneous Issues in Environmental Economics

Moderator: Molly Espey, Clemson University

Direct Versus Indirect Shadow Price of Environmental Bads
Saleem Shaik, Montana State University,
Glenn A. Helmers, University of Nebraska,
Joseph Atwood, Montana State University

Supplemental Irrigation Water Management in the Southeast U.S.
Krishna P. Paudel, Auburn University,
Upton Hatch, Auburn University

Microeconomic Impact of Weather Variability on Risk Management
Murali Kanakasabai, University of Kentucky,
Carl R. Dillon, University of Kentucky,
Ronald Fleming, University of Kentucky

An Analysis of Taxing Agricultural Chemicals and Environmental Implications
Somporn Meerungruang, Mississippi State University,
Walaiporn Intarapapong, Mississippi State University,
Diane Hite, Mississippi State University,
Darren Hudson, Mississippi State University

Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE III

Title: Beef Cattle Production and Management Strategies

Moderator: Amos Bechtel, Louisiana State University

Impact of Carcass Merits and Choice/Select Spread on Producer Selection of a Fed Cattle Marketing Option
John D. Anderson, University of Kentucky,
Kimberly A. Zeuli, University of Kentucky,
Daniel Green, University of Kentucky

A Dynamic Programming Analysis of the Purchase vs Retain Replacement Heifers Decision in Commercial Cow-Calf Production
James A. Larson, University of Tennessee,
Dan L. McLemore, University of Tennessee,
Jeffrey R. Stokes, Pennsylvania State University

Socioeconomic Profiles of Cow-Calf Ranches
Sara D. Short, USDA

Technical Efficiency of Cattle Production in Louisiana
Anna Rakipova, Louisiana State University,
Jeffrey Gillespie, Louisiana State University

Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
HYATT, PATTERSON E

Title: USDA/EPA Unified National Strategy for AFOís -Status and Implications for Southern Producers

Organizers: Ray Massey, University of Missouri,
Randy Little, Mississippi State University

Participants: Lee Christensen, USDA/ERS,
Larry Oldham, Mississippi State University,
Ray Massey, University of Missouri,
H.L. Goodwin, University of Arkansas

Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
HYATT, PATTERSON F

Title: How to Include Ethics in Teaching and Extension Programs

Organizers: Larry D. Sanders, Oklahoma State University,
Parr Rosson, Texas A&M University

Moderator: James Novak, Auburn University

Participants: Patricia Norris, Michigan State University,
Parr Rosson, Texas A&M University,
Craig Infanger, University of Kentucky,
Larry Sanders, Oklahoma State University

Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON G

Title: Farm Enterprise Management and Profitability

Moderator: Michael Popp, University of Arkansas

Making Profitable Choices Using a Peanut Decision Support System
J. Mark Leonard, Oklahoma State University,
Harry Mapp, Oklahoma State University,
Ron Sholar, Oklahoma State University,
John Damicone, Oklahoma State University,
Mike Kizer, Oklahoma State University

A Stochastic Dominance Analysis of Bt Corn Production in the Southeastern United States
Aydin Basarir, Louisiana State University,
Boris Castro, Louisiana State University,
Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr., Louisiana State University

Assessing Soil Loss Restrictions on Farm Enterprises in the Cache River
Jeff Beaulieu, Southern Illinois University,
John E. Ferguson II, Southern Illinois University

The Effect of Lease Type on Optimal Growing Season Futures Market Positions for Corn Producers
Richard K. Rudel, University of Missouri,
Francis McCamley, University of Missouri

Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON H

Title: International Trade Policy

Moderator: Gregory K. Pompelli, University of Tennessee

The Impacts of Trade Liberalization in Trinidad and Tobago
Naira Kazarian, University of Georgia,
Glenn C.W. Ames, University of Georgia

Tariff Rate Quotas and Their Impacts on U.S. Tobacco Markets
William Amponsah, North Carolina A&T State University,
Xiang-Dong Qin, North Carolina A&T State University

Assessing Impacts of the North American Free Trade Agreement on Market Integration: Evidence From Rice Markets in the United States and Mexico
Linwood Hoffman, USDA/ERS,
Harjanto Djunaidi, University of Arkansas,
Nathan Childs, USDA/ERS,
Eric J. Wailes, University of Arkansas,
Gail L. Cramer, University of Arkansas

Monetary Shocks, the Exchange Rate, and the Agricultural Trade Balance
Sung-Chul No, Louisiana State University,
Hector O. Zapata, Louisiana State University

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Tuesday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
INVITED PAPERS
LEXINGTON CONVENTION CENTER
BALLROOM 4

Title: Modeling and Simulating Price, Yield and Production Distributions for Risk Analysis in Agriculture

Moderator: Thomas P. Zacharias, National Crop Insurance

Organizers: Octavio A. Ramirez, Texas Tech University

Non-Parametric and Semi-Parametric Techniques for Modeling and Simulating Correlated, Non-Normal Price and Yield Distributions: Applications to Risk Analysis in Southern Agriculture
Allen Featherstone, Kansas State University

Multivariate Transformations to Parametrically Model and Simulate Joint Price, Yield and Production Distributions under Non-Normality, Autocorrelation and Heteroscedasticity: A Tool for Assessing Risk in Agriculture
Octavio A. Ramirez, Texas Tech University

A Generalized Procedure for Estimating Multivariate Empirical (MVE) Probability Distributions and Applying MVE Distributions to Risk Assessment and Policy Analysis at the Farm Level
James W. Richardson, Texas A&M University

Discussant: Thomas P. Zacharias, National Crop Insurance

Tuesday 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
INVITED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON D

Title: Americaís Forgotten People and Places: Ending the Legacy of Poverty in the Rural South

Moderator: Lionel J. (Bo) Beaulieu, Mississippi State University

Organizer: Joyce Allen-Smith, University of Illinois

Persistent Poverty and the Rural South: A Survey of the Issues, Programs, and Policies
Joyce Allen-Smith, University of Illinois,
Ronald Wimberly, North Carolina State University,
Libby Morris, University of Georgia

Micro-Enterprise Development and the Rural South
Ralph Christy, Cornell University,
Mark Wenner, Inter American Development Bank

What Can Social Scientists Contribute to the Challenges of Rural Economic Development?
David Freshwater, TVA Rural Studies, University of Kentucky

Discussant: Ntam Baharanyi, Tuskegee University

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Tuesday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, CLAY II

Title: International Trade and Markets in Socialist and Formerly Socialist Countries

Moderator: Albert J. Allen, Mississippi State University

U.S. Processed Food Exports and Foreign Direct Investment into China: Substitutes or Complements?
Mary Marchant, University of Kentucky,
Sayed Saghaian, University of Kentucky,
Steven Vickner, University of Kentucky

Corruption, Inefficiency, and Negligence as Barriers to Trade With Formerly Socialist Countries
Richard Beilock, University of Florida

Household Expenditure Patterns for Carbohydrate Sources in Russia
Rodney B. Holcomb, Oklahoma State University,
H.L. Goodwin, Jr., University of Arkansas,
Rimma Shiptsova, University of Arkansas

The Market for Chicken in Cuba
Steve Murray, Mississippi State University,
Carey W. Herndon, Mississippi State University,
G. Wallace Morgan, Mississippi State University

Tuesday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE I

Title: Export Modeling and International Issues

Moderator: Chung L. Huang, University of Georgia

A Comparison of Annual, Quarterly and Monthly Turkey Export Models
Dale Colyer, West Virginia University

The Timing and Nature of Agribusiness Foreign Direct Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Real Options Perspective
Michael Sykuta, University of Missouri,
Kurt Richter, University of Missouri

Determination of Preferences for U.S. Beef Exports to Japan
Joe Parcell, University of Missouri,
Mike Sykuta, University of Missouri

An Analysis of World Food Situation
Tesfa G. Gebremedhin, West Virginia University,
Semoa De Sousa, West Virginia University

Tuesday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE II

Title: Sustainable Production Systems and Precision Farming

Moderator: Fritz Roka, University of Florida

The Economic and Environmental Impacts of an Alternative Agricultural Conservation Practice: Case of Mississippi Soybean Rotations
Walaiporn Intarapapong, Mississippi State University,
Diane Hite, Mississippi State University,
Lynn Reinschmiedt, Mississippi State University

Spatial Variability, Environmental Perceptions, and Precision Farming Adoption
Edward Jaenicke, University of Tennessee,
Dan Cohen-Vogel, Vanderbilt Institute of Public Policy Studies

Willingness to Pay for Precision Application Technology to Reduce Agricultural Nonpoint Pollution
Diane Hite, Mississippi State University,
Darren Hudson, Mississippi State University,
Somporn Meerangruang, Mississippi State University,
Walaiporn Intarapapong, Mississippi State University

Using GPS Data to Optimally Allocate Land in Production to CRP Buffer Strips
Jeremy Stull, University of Kentucky,
Carl Dillon, University of Kentucky,
Steve Isaacs, University of Kentucky,
Scott Shearer, University of Kentucky

Tuesday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE III

Title: Agricultural Policy Analysis

Moderator: James Novak, Auburn University

Measurement of Adverse Selection in Crop Insurance Using Expected Indemnity Approach
Joseph Atwood, Montana State University,
Saleem Shaik, Montana State University

Limiting Systemic Risk and Uncertainty in Agricultural Cooperatives
Samuel J. Hancock, University of Kentucky,
Jerry R. Skees, University of Kentucky,
Kimberly A. Zeuli, University of Kentucky

A General Equilibrium Analysis of U.S. Ethanol Production Using Dilute Acid Hydrolysis
Youn-Sang Choi, Korea Rural Economic Institute,
Michael S. Kaylen, University of Missouri

Federal Milk Marketing Order Reform: Effects on Tennessee Dairy Farms
Stephen P. Slinsky, University of Tennessee
James A. Whaley, University of Tennessee

Tuesday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON E

Title: Supply, Demand, and Pricing for Agricultural Products

Moderator: John Allison, University of Georgia

Impacts of Captive Supply on the Open-Market Price for Fed Cattle
Rita Arag„o, Auburn University,
Robert G. Nelson, Auburn University,
J. Walter Prevatt, Auburn University

A Price Analysis of Selected Ornamental Plant Products in Georgia
Steven C. Turner, University of Georgia,
Forrest E. Stegelin, University of Georgia

Food Expenditure Patterns of the Hispanic Population in the U.S.
Bruno A. Lanfranco, University of Georgia,
Glenn C.W. Ames, University of Georgia,
Chung L. Huang, University of Georgia

Factors Affecting the Consumption of Rice in the United States
Minsup Shim, Clemson University,
Michael D. Hammig, Clemson University

Tuesday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON F

Title: Uncertainty and Assessment of Risk Management Tools

Moderator: Harry Mapp, Oklahoma State University

Developing and Pricing a Rainfall Contingent Claims Contract
Steven W. Martin, Mississippi State University,
Barry J. Barnett, Mississippi State University,
Keith Coble, Mississippi State University

Investigating the Implications of Multi-crop Revenue Insurance for Producer Risk Management
Corey Miller, Mississippi State University,
Keith Coble, Mississippi State University,
Barry Barnett, Mississippi State University

Evaluation of New Risk Management Tools
Manuel Zuniga, Mississippi State University,
Keith Coble, Mississippi State University,
Richard Heifner, USDA

The Effect of Yield Uncertainty on Planting Decisions
George Ebai, University of Missouri,
Joe Parcell, University of Missouri

Tuesday 3:15 - 5:00 p.m.
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
HYATT, PATTERSON G

Title: Southern Agriculture in the Millennium Round of the WTO: Views, Issues, and Prospects

Moderator: Larry Sanders, Oklahoma State University

Organizers: Parr Rosson and Flynn Adcock, Texas A&M University

Participants: Stanley Fletcher, University of Georgia,
Flynn Adcock, Texas A&M University,
David Schweikhardt, Michigan State University,
Parr Rosson, Texas A&M University,
Hal Harris, Clemson University

Tuesday 3:15-5:00p.m.
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
HYATT, PATTERSON H

Title: Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients View Challenges of the Early Years of the New Millennium in Historical Perspective

Organizer: Eldon D. Smith, Professor Emeritus, University of Kentucky

Moderator: Eldon D. Smith, Professor Emeritus, University of Kentucky

Participants: New SAEA Lifetime Achievement Award Winners

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Tuesday 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
JAAE EDITORIAL COUNCIL MEETING
HYATT, MARY TODD LINCOLN

Tuesday 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
SOUTHERN EXTENSION PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING
HYATT, HENRY CLAY

Tuesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
SAEA RECEPTION
St. Paulís Hall
501 West Short Street

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Wednesday 8:00 - 9:45 a.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, CLAY II

Title: Cost Strategies and Input Decisions

Moderator: Damona Doye, Oklahoma State University

An Evaluation of Low-Cost Input Strategies for Arkansas Dryland Soybeans
Alan D. Pearce, University of Arkansas,
Michael P. Popp, University of Arkansas,
Carl R. Dillon, University of Kentucky

An Analysis of Selection of Roundup Ready Soybean Varieties in North Missouri
Je-Kook Chung, University of Missouri,
Raymond E. Massey, University of Missouri,
Harry Minor, University of Missouri

Production and Profitability Responses to Alternative Protein Sources in Broiler Rations
Ecio de Farias Costa, University of Georgia,
Bill R. Miller, University of Georgia,
Jack E. Houston, University of Georgia,
Gene M. Pesti, University of Georgia

Winter Wheat Grain Yield Response to Lime
Vladimir V. Lukin, Oklahoma State University,
Francis M. Epplin, Oklahoma State University,
Gordon V. Johnson, Oklahoma State University

Wednesday 8:00 - 9:45 a.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE I

Title: Consumer Health, Food Safety, and Labeling Issues

Moderator: Loys Mather, University of Kentucky

Welfare Losses From Food Safety Regulation in the Poultry Industry
H.L. Goodwin, University of Arkansas,
Rimma Shiptsova, University of Arkansas

A Double Bounded Approach to Contingent Valuation of Health Risk Reductions through Beef Irradiation
Arbindra P. Rimal, University of Georgia,
Stanley M. Fletcher, University of Georgia

The Impacts of Demographics and Health Information on Meat Demand
Christine A. Cole, Kansas State University,
Thomas L. Marsh, Kansas State University

Consumer Reaction to Compulsory Country-of-Origin Labeling of Fresh and Frozen Beef in Food Stores and Restaurants
Alvin Schupp, Louisiana State University,
Jeffrey Gillespie, Louisiana State University

Wednesday 8:00 - 9:45 a.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE III

Title: International Market and Country Studies

Moderator: Glenn C.W. Ames, University of Georgia

Comparison of Agricultural Productivity and Efficiency of Russia and Ukraine
Olga I. Murova, Mississippi State University,
Keith H. Coble, Mississippi State University,
Michael Trueblood, USDA, Economic Research Service

Supply Response and Price Determination of Cereals in Argentina
Boubaker Ben-Belhassen, University of Missouri,
Abner W. Womack, University of Missouri,
Patrick W. Weshoff, University of Missouri

Perspectives of Mexican Industry and Consumers on U.S. Rice in the Mexican Market
Jose Carlos Madrinan, Texas A&M University,
Gary W. Williams, Texas A&M University,
Jaime Malaga, Texas A&M University,
Victoria Salin, Texas A&M University

Estimated Impacts of Improved Management Technology on Mexican Cattle and Beef Production
Lisa Hayes, Oklahoma State University,
Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State University

Wednesday 8:00 - 9:45 a.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON E

Title: Economics of Aquaculture

Moderator: Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr., Louisiana State University

The Impact of Vibrio vulnificus on the United States Oyster Industry: Market Integration and the Law of One Price
Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Louisiana State University,
Hamady Diop, Louisiana State University

Analysis of Value-Added Seafood Products Derived from Southern Crawfish
R. Wes Harrison, University of Tennessee,
Timothy Stringer, Louisiana State University,
Witon Prinyawiwatkul, Louisiana State University

Assessing the Impact of Price and Yield Risk in the Southern United States Catfish Industry
Patricia Soto, Louisiana State University,
Richard F. Kazmierczak, Louisiana State University

Assessing Production Options for the Commercial Culture of Kentucky Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula)
A. Jacqualine Perkins, University of Kentucky,
Ronald A. Fleming, University of Kentucky

Wednesday 8:00 - 9:45 a.m.
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON F

Title: Quantitative Methods and Modeling Issues

Moderator: Krishna P. Paudel, Auburn University

A Comparison of Various Frontier Estimation Approaches Under Differing Data Generating Processes
Daniel M. Settlage, Purdue University,
Bruce Dixon, University of Arkansas,
Michael Thomsen, University of Arkansas

Comparing Three Alternative Hurdle Count Data Models: The Case of Meat Consumption in a Transition Economy
Wanki Moon, University of Georgia,
Wojciech J. Florkowski, University of Georgia,
Larry R. Beuchat, University of Georgia,
Anna V. Resurreccion, University of Georgia,
Manjeet S. Chinnan, Canning Research Institute,
Pavlina Paraskova, Canning Research Institute,
Jordan Jordanov, Canning Research Institute

Optimal Advertising and Trade Status: Theory with Application to Cotton
Yuliang Miao, Auburn University,
Henry Kinnucan, Auburn University

Asymmetry in Price Transmission Models: New Simulation and Empirical Evidence
Wayne M. Gauthier, Louisiana State University,
Hector O. Zapata, Louisiana State University

Wednesday 8:00 - 9:45 a.m.
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
HYATT, PATTERSON G

Title: Problems in Crop Enterprise Budgeting

Organizer: Carl R. Dillon, University of Kentucky

Moderator: Tim Cross, University of Tennessee

Participants: Glenn Helmers, University of Nebraska,
David Laughlin, Mississippi State University,
Stan Spurlock, Mississippi State University,
Carl Dillon, University of Kentucky,
Steve Isaacs, University of Kentucky

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Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, CLAY II

Title: Rate of Returns, Willingness to Pay, and Perceptions of Public Programs

Moderator: Daryll E. Ray, University of Tennessee

Returns to Generic Advertising in a More Open Economy: A Model with Application to Avocados
Henry W. Kinnucan, Auburn University,
Shixue Yu, Auburn University

Rate of Return for Southern Rice Public Research Investments
James Hansen, University of Arkansas,
Gail Cramer, University of Arkansas,
Eric J. Wailes, University of Arkansas

Food Banking in East Alabama: Client and Non-client Perspectives
Ginger Grayson Hallmark, Auburn University,
LaToya Claxton, Auburn University,
Joseph J. Molnar, Auburn University,
L. Conner Bailey, Auburn University,
Patricia A. Duffy, Auburn University

Population Density and the Publicness of Local Services: Implications for Economic Growth
Kwame Owusu-Edusei, Clemson University,
Daniel V. Rainey, Clemson University

Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE II

Title: Analysis of Futures Markets Efficiency and Hedging Effectiveness

Moderator: Kimberly A. Zeuli, University of Kentucky

Arbitrage Opportunities in a Thin Futures Market
Heath Hoagland, University of Kentucky,
Sam Hancock, University of Kentucky,
Leigh Maynard, University of Kentucky

Nonparametric Tests of Commodity Futures Market Efficiency
Andrew McKenzie, University of Arkansas,
Harjanto Djunaidi, University of Arkansas,
Eric J. Wailes, University of Arkansas,
Gail L. Cramer, University of Arkansas

Basis Predictability Using the New CME Stocker Cattle Futures Contract
Wendy J. Umberger, University of Nebraska,
Dillon M. Feuz, University of Nebraska

Hedging Effectiveness and Basis Variability for Different Weight Feeder Steers Using the CME Stocker and Feeder Futures
Dillon M. Feuz, University of Nebraska,
Wendy J. Umberger, University of Nebraska

Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
RADISSON, BOONE III

Title: Cotton: Productivity and Financial Performance

Moderator: Charles Curtis, Jr., Clemson University

Cotton Acreage Response to Market Prices
Nathanael Hishamunda, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,
Jennie Raymond, Auburn University,
Patricia A. Duffy, Auburn University,
Curtis M. Jolly, Auburn University

Impact of Climate Change on Efficiency and Productivity in Wheat and Cotton Production Regions
Glenn A. Helmers, University of Nebraska,
Saleem Shaik, Montana State University,
Albert Weiss, University of Nebraska

Evaluating Minimum Tillage and Round-Up Ready Cotton Production Programs Across Texas
Joe L. Outlaw, Texas A&M University,
David P. Anderson, Texas A&M University

Determinants of Financial Performance Based on Size of Operation: The Case of Cotton
Mir Ali, USDA,
Nora Brooks, USDA,
Hisham El-Osta, USDA

Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
SELECTED PAPERS
HYATT, PATTERSON E

Title: Economic Impact, Income Distribution, and Expenditure Studies

Moderator: Forrest E. Stegelin, University of Georgia

The Economic Impact of the May 3, 1999 Tornado on the Economy of Stroud and Lincoln County, Oklahoma
Fred Eilrich, Oklahoma State University,
Chuck Willoughby, Oklahoma State University,
Gerald Doeksen, Oklahoma State University,
Mike Woods, Oklahoma State University
Jack Frye, Oklahoma State University

Per-Capita Income Convergence in Virginia and the Implications for Agriculture
Mark Landry, Virginia Tech University,
Sara Nienow, Virginia Tech University,
Bradford Mills, Virginia Tech University,
Ronbing Huang, Virginia Tech University,
Ioannis Kaltsas, Virginia Tech University,
Erika McEntarfer, Virginia Tech University,
Elizabeth Perry, Virginia Tech University

Effects of Race on Household Consumption Expenditures
Sam Berhanu, West Virginia University,
Dale Colyer, West Virginia University,
Laura Blanciforti, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

An Empirical Analysis of Family Income Distribution
James O. Bukenya, West Virginia University,
Tesfa G. Gebremedhin, West Virginia University

Wednesday 10 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM
HYATT, PATTERSON G

Title: The Potential for Industry Strategic Planning to Enhance the Competitiveness of Southern Agriculture

Organizer: Conrad Lyford, Oklahoma State University

Moderator: Rodney Holcomb, Oklahoma State University

Participants: Timothy Woods, University of Kentucky,
Conrad Lyford, Oklahoma State University,
Charles Hall, Texas A&M University,
Donald Ricks, Michigan State University