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  • GIN LINT CLEANING TO MAXIMIZE PRODUCER NET RETURNS REVISITED 

    Barker, G.; Bennett, Blake; Misra, Sukant; Nelson, Jeannie (Applied Engineering Journal, 1999)
    This study examined simulated net returns to gin lint cleaning in the Southern High Plains of Texas during the 1993,1994, and 1995 crop years to determine the number of lint cleaners required to maximize producer net ...
  • Ginmodel: Some Case-Study Applications 

    Sartin, Marvin O.; Childers, Roy E.; Ethridge, Don E.; Shaw, Dale L. (National Cotton Council of America, 1979)
    Three applications of an economic- engineering cost model for cotton gins, GINMODEL, are presented. Each application differs in its emphasis , but each was in response to a specific problem or question posed by a gin manager ...
  • Guidelines for Recommending Precision Agriculture in Southern Crops 

    Schubert, A. Michael; Bronson, Kevin; Lascano, Robert; Segarra, Eduardo; Watson, Susan (Extension Journal, 2005-04)
    Technology has tremendous implications for Extension agents working with producers, agribusinesses, and youth. Four southern crops, including cotton, com, grain sorghum, and peanuts, were evaluated under current agricultural ...
  • Hedonic Price Estimation for Commodities: An Application to Cotton 

    Davis, Bob; Ethridge, Don E. (Western Agricultural Economics Association, 1982-12)
    A model of hedonic prices- implicit prices of embodied quality attributes- was developed for cotton lint and the relative importance of various quality attributes were estimated with regression analysis from sample data ...
  • How Much does the Market Fear Stickiness? Evidence from the 1996 Crop Year 

    Ethridge, Don; Hoelscher, Kevin (2010-05-05)
    Several factors converged during the 1995 growing season, resulting in high, uncharacteristic levels of stickiness in the 1995 West Texas cotton crop. As a result, textile mills experienced losses in time and production ...
  • Identifying Bark in West Texas Cotton: Classification Versus Laboratory Measurements 

    Smith, Harvin R.; Ethridge, Don E.; Brown, Jeff E. (National Cotton Council of America, 1995)
    Forty-eight bales of cotton that were officially classed and laboratory measured for bark content were used 10 determine the accuracy of bark classification in West Texas Cotton. The results indicated that the c1assers' ...
  • Impact of Macroeconomic Policy on U.S. Cotton Producers 

    Babula, R.A.; Hughes, D.W.; Penson, J.B. (National Cotton Council of America, 1986)
    Many Cotton producers, like other farmers, are currently experiencing server financial stress. A contributing factor to deteriorating financial conditions in agriculture is the choice of marcoeconomic policies followed in ...
  • Impact of Post-CRP Alternatives on Cotton Production in the Texas High Plains 

    Ervin, R.T.; Segarra, E.; Johnson, P. (National Cotton Council of America, 1994)
    Post-CRP policy will impact crop production, the level of soil erosion, and the level of governmental expenditures for agricultural programs in the Texas High Plains Region. Mathematical programming methods were used to ...
  • Impact of Variation in Seed Index on the Cotton Industry 

    Elam, Emmett (National Cotton Council of America, 1995)
    A primary objective of this research was to measure the effect of seed index on the cottonseed industry (including producers, ginners, and crushers), The research focused on the relationship between seed index and cottonseed ...
  • Impacts of Biotechnology of Finanical Survival of Cotton Farms in the Texas High Plains 

    Johnson, Phillip; Haynes, Aubrey P. (2010-05-05)
    The objective of this study was to evaluate the short-run economic impacts of biotechnological advances relating to plant stress reduction on the profitability and financial viability of cotton farms in the Texas High ...
  • The Impacts of Increased Minimum Support Prices in India on World and U.S. Cotton Markets 

    Mutuc, Maria M.; Hudson, Darren; Pan, Suwen (2010)
    Pan, S., D. Hudson, M. Mutuc. "The Impacts of Increased Minimum Support Prices in India on World and U.S. Cotton Markets." Beltwide Cotton Conference, 2010.
  • The Impacts of U.S Cotton Programs on the West and Central African Countries Cotton Export Earnings 

    Pan, Suwen; Mohanty, Samarendu; Fadiga, Mohamadou L. (Greek Association of Agricultural Economists, 2005)
    This study uses a stochastic simulation of the fiber world market to examine the effects of a removal of U.S cotton programs on the world market. The effects on world cotton process and African export earnings were analyzed. ...
  • The Impacts of U.S. Cotton Programs on the World Market: An Analysis of Brazilian WTO Petition 

    Fadiga, Mohamadou; Ethridge, Don E.; Mohanty, Samarendu; Pan, Suwen (Journal of Cotton Science, 2006)
    This manuscript analyzed the effects of the elimination of U.S. cotton subsidy programs on the world cotton market using a partial equilibrium model of the world fiber market. Removal of U.S. programs would increase world ...
  • The Implications of an Export Tax on Sectoral Growth: A Case in Pakistan 

    Ethridge, Don E.; Hudson, Darren (Agricultural Economics, 1998)
    The implications of an export tax on sectoral economic growth in the cotton and yarn sectors of Pakistan are examined. Pakistan utilized an export tax on raw cotton fiber from 1998-1995 in order to lower domestic input ...
  • In search of sustainable agricultural systems for the Llano Estacado of the U.S. Southern High Plains 

    Zobeck, T.M.; Acosta-Martinez, V.; Wheeler, T.A.; Green, C.J.; Segarra, Eduardo; Brown, C.P.; Allen, V.G. (Agricultural Ecosystems and Environment, 2006)
    Crop production on the Llano Estacado of the Texas High Plains has used precipitation and supplemental irrigation with water pumped from the Ogallala aquifer at rates that have far exceeded recharge for many years. Over ...
  • Income Distributional Impacts of Trade Policies in a Multi-Market Framework: A Case in Pakistan 

    Hudson, Darren; Ethridge, Don E. (Southern Agricultural Economics Association, 2000-04)
    The impacts of using export taxes as a price control in a multi-market framework are explored using the cotton and yarn sectors in Pakistan as examples. Results show that the export tax on cotton increased domestic consumption ...
  • Incorrect Price Information for a Heterogeneous Commodity: A Conceptual Synthesis 

    Hudson, Darren; Segarra, Eduardo; Ethridge, Don E. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2000)
    Theory and analysis of markets and market behavior have typically assumed that the information available to market participants is correct. Additionally, most analysis examine market behavior assuming homogeneous products. ...
  • India Edible Oil Consumption: A Censored Incomplete Demand Approach 

    Welch, Mark; Mohanty, Samarendu; Pan, Suwen (Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 2008-12)
    A Censored Incomplete Demand System is applied to household expenditures for edible oil in India. The results show that edible peanut oil is still a luxury good in India, whereas expenditure elasticities for other edible ...
  • The Influence of Market Sturcture on the Implications of Domestic Subsidies on International Cotton Markets 

    Ethridge, Don E.; Hudson, Darren; Pan, Suwen (2009-08)
    This analysis uses a residual demand elasticity model to measure market power of the international cotton market. The results indicate that both china and U.S. dominate the cotton price with a higher market power in china ...
  • Input Use, Yields, and Quality of Cotton in the Texas High Plains 

    Ethridge, Dean; Johnson, Phillip; Ethridge, Don; Krieg, Dan; Denning, Megan L.; Ramirez, Octavio A. (National Cotton Council of America, 2000)
    This study developed six response functions relating cotton output in terms of lint yield, seed yield, turnout, and quality attributes to input use choices and management practices employed in the production process. The ...