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Iowa Ag Review Index of Articles
Contents: This index covers Volume 1 Number 1 (December 1994) through Volume 15 Number 4 (Fall 2009)
of the Iowa Ag Review news periodical and includes entries under titles of articles, authors of articles, and
subject matter.
Organization: General subject headings are in BLOCK CAPITALS. Article titles are alphabetized word by
word. The first number in each reference (in bold) is the volume number, followed after a colon by the issue
number, and after a second colon by the page number(s).
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A
ACRE (AVERAGE CROP REVENUE ELECTION)
ACRE: Price Support or Crop Insurance?
Odds of an ACRE Payment for Corn and Soybean Farmers (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
Prospects for ACRE Payments in 2009
ACRE: Price Support or Crop Insurance?
Acreage Shifts Follow Price Signals (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Acreage Shifts under Freedom to Farm
After the Ban: U.S. Beef Exports to Japan Lag Demand
Agricultural Biotechnology and Trade: The Unresolved Issues
Agricultural Impacts of China’s Accession to the WTO
Agricultural Payments to Iowa under Alternative Programs
Agricultural Policy Update: Are FAIR’s Payment Formulas Fair?
Agricultural Price Swings and Iowa’s Economy (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
AGRICULTURAL SITUATION SPOTLIGHT
Acreage Shifts Follow Price Signals
Agricultural Price Swings and Iowa’s Economy
Agricultural Trade with a Weak Dollar
Agriculture on Record Pace
Blending: Ethanol’s New Growth Sector
Corn Prices, Basis, and Transportation
Do Ethanol/Livestock Synergies Presage Increased Iowa Cattle Numbers?
Ethanol-Livestock Integration
Ethanol: Policies, Production, and Profitability
Ethanol Revisited
Getting More Corn Acres from the Corn Belt
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture
Land Rents: How High Will They Go and Who Gains?
New Permanent Disaster Assistance: How It Works and When to Expect Payments
Odds of an ACRE Payment for Corn and Soybean Farmers
The Outlook for Corn and Ethanol
Planting Decisions: Corn versus Soybeans
Preparing for Soybean Rust
Shifting Corn Basis Patterns
Weak Spots in the Agricultural Safety Net
When Is GRIP the Right Choice for Crop Insurance?
15:2:7
15:3:7-10
15:1:1-4
15:2:7
12:3:6-7,11
7:1:4-5
13:1:10-11
9:4:8-10
3:3:9-11
4:1:1-3
6:3:1-3
10:1:6-7
12:3:6-7,11
10:1:6-7
14:2:8-9
10:4:6-7,10
13:4:8-10
11:4:4-5,9
12:2:4-5
13:1:6-7
10:2:6-7
11:3:6-7,13
12:4:6-7
10:3:6-7
13:2:6-7
14:3:6-7,10
15:3:7-10
14:1:9-10
11:1:6-7,9
11:2:6-7
13:3:8-10
9:4:6-7
12:1:4-5,9
IAR Index
Agricultural Trade with a Weak Dollar (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Agriculture on Record Pace (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Agriculture’s Next Ten Years: 1996 Iowa Baseline
And the Survey Said…
Animal Identification Is Key to Restarting Beef Exports to Japan
Antibiotics Restrictions: Taking Stock of Denmark’s Experience
Are Cost-Increasing Production Practices in Agriculture’s Future?
Are More Livestock in Iowa’s Future?
Are We Underestimating Corn Production Potential?
Azevedo, Christopher
Willingness to Pay for Clear Lake Cleanup
2
14:2:8-9
10:4:6-7,10
2:4:6-8
9:3:11
11:1:8-9
9:3:4-5
8:4:1-3
11:4:1-3
11:4:6-7
7:3:4-5,8
B
Babcock, Bruce
ACRE: Price Support or Crop Insurance?
Acreage Shifts under Freedom to Farm
Agricultural Policy Update: Are FAIR’s Payment Formulas Fair?
Are Cost-Increasing Production Practices in Agriculture’s Future?
Are More Livestock in Iowa’s Future?
The Balanced Budget Amendment: How It May Impact Farm Programs
Beef Packing Concentration: Limiting Branded Product Opportunities?
A Billion Gallons of Biodiesel: Who Benefits?
Biorenewables Policy at CARD
Boom Times for Crop Insurance
Booming Commodities: How Long Will It Last?
Brains or Brawn? Which Economic Development Policy Is Best for Iowa?
Breaking the Link between Food and Biofuels
The Budgetary and Resource Allocation Effects of Revenue Assurance:
Summary of Results
Can Acreage Controls Increase Iowa’s Farm Revenue?
Can South America Pick Up the Soybean Slack?
Can Subsidies Hurt Iowa’s Agriculture?
Charting Growth in Food Demand
Cheap Food and Farm Subsidies: Policy Impacts of a Mythical Connection
The Concentration of U.S. Agricultural Subsidies
Conservation Tillage and Farm Programs
Corn Belt Contributions to the Crop Insurance Industry
Corn or Soybeans for 2009?
Corn Shortfalls: Historical Patterns and Expectations
Costs and Benefits of Fixing Gulf Hypoxia
Costs and Benefits to Agriculture from Climate Change Policy
Creation of a WTO-Friendly Farm Safety Net
Crop Insurance: A Good Deal for Taxpayers?
Crop Insurance: Inside or Outside the Farm Bill?
Crop Outlook for 2009
Disaster Assistance and Crop Insurance: Time for a New Approach?
Disaster Assistance: How Best to Pay When Nature Has Her Way
Do Biofuels Mean Inexpensive Food Is a Thing of the Past?
Do Ethanol/Livestock Synergies Presage Increased Iowa Cattle Numbers? (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
Drought Tolerance and Risk in the U.S. Crop Insurance Program
15:2:7
7:1:4-5
6:3:1-3
8:4:1-3
11:4:1-3
1:2:13-14
11:3:8-9
14:1:6-8
12:3:9
14:2:10-11
10:2:103
9:1:1-3
14:3:1-2,9
1:2:4-7
7:2:8-9
12:3:8
5:4:7-8
14:3:8
12:2:1-3
7:4:8-9
1:4:10-12
14:2:1-3,11
15:1:10-11
13:2:10-11
14:4:8-10
15:3:1-3,11
10:4:1-3
12:3:1-3,10
13:1:1-3,9
15:2:8-9
9:2:8-9
8:4:10-11
13:3:4-5,11
12:2:4-5
15:4:4-7,8
IAR Index
End of a Long Run
15:4:9
Environmental Issues in the 1995 Farm Bill
1:1:12-13
Examining the Health of the U.S. Crop Insurance Industry
15:4:1-3,8
Extreme Demands—Extraordinary Products: What’s In It for Midwestern Agriculture?
7:1:1-3
Farm Policy Amid High Prices: Which Direction Will We Take?
12:4:1-3,13
A Farm Policy Objective: The Search Goes On
6:4:1-3, 7
Farm Programs, Fuel Mandates, and Agricultural Prosperity
13:3:1-3
Geographical Indications, Property Rights, and Value-Added Agriculture
9:4:1-3
Getting More Corn Acres from the Corn Belt (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
12:4:6-7
Guns and Butter, Crop Insurance Reform, and the Farmer Safety Net
11:1:1-3,5
High Crop Prices, Ethanol Mandates, and the Public Good: Do They Coexist?
13:2:1-3
The House and Senate Visions of a CRP Renewal: An Appraisal of the Likely
Efficiency Gains
2:1:7
How Low Will Corn Prices Go?
14:4:1-3,11
How to Save Billions in Farm Spending
13:4:4-7
The Impact of Crop Insurance on the Iowa Economy
6:1:1-2, 9-10
Impact of High Corn Prices on Conservation Reserve Program Acreage
13:2:4-5,7
Income Support or Subsidized Risk Management? Two Agricultural Policy Approaches
1:4:12-14
Intricacies of Meeting the Renewable Fuels Standard
15:2:4-6
Is Corn Ethanol a Low-Carbon Fuel?
13:4:1-3,10
Judging the Performance of the 2002 Farm Bill
11:2:1-3,11
Land Rents: How High Will They Go and Who Gains? (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
13:2:6-7
Living with Hogs in Rural Iowa
9:3:1-3
Loan Deficiency Payments or the Loan Program?
4:1:6-7
Local and Global Perspectives on the New U.S. Farm Policy
8:3:1-3
Measuring Unmeasurable Land-Use Changes from Biofuels
15:3:4-6,11
Meat Traceability: Its Effect on Trade
8:1:8-9
The New ACRE Program: Frequently Asked Questions
14:3:4-5,10
The Next Farm Bill: Is It Time for Conservation Payments?
7:3:1-3
Odds of an ACRE Payment for Corn and Soybean Farmers (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)15:3:7-10
Options for the Conservation Reserve Program
14:2:6-7
The Outlook for Corn Prices in the 2008 Marketing Year
14:2:4-5
Payment Limitations and U.S. Farm Policy
9:2:1-3,10
Processing or Exports: Which Path for U.S. Grain?
10:3:1-3
Prospects for ACRE Payments in 2009
15:1:1-4
Public or Private Price Protection?
8:1:10
Re-energizing Supply Chains
6:2:1-3
Renewable Identification Numbers and the Renewable Fuels Standard: How They
Support Corn and Soybean Prices
15:1:7-9
Risk-Free Farming?
10:1:1-3,10
Rural America and Modern Agriculture: What Kind of Future?
8:2:1-3
Safety Net Design for the New Farm Bill
11:3:1-3,12
A Second Look at Subsidies and Supply
6:1:3
Should Government Subsidize Farmers’ Risk Management?
15:2:1-3,10
Splashing and Dashing Biodiesel
14:4:6-7,11
Supporting U.S. Agriculture under World Trade Organization Rules
8:1:1-3
Trade, Wealth Creation, and American Agriculture
7:4:1-3
Unfair Trade: Culprits and Victims
12:1:1-3
U.S. Farm Policy and the WTO
7:2:1-3, 7
Water Quality Research: A Collaborative Effort
9:1:9
When Is GRIP the Right Choice for Crop Insurance? (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
12:1:4-5,9
When Will the Bubble Burst?
14:1:1-3,8
3
IAR Index
Whither Farm Policy?
5:4:1-3, 6
Who’s Using All the Ethanol?
14:4:4-5
Who Will Have Surplus Corn?
13:1:8-9
Whole-Farm Revenue Insurance for Crop and Livestock Producers
5:2:8-10
Will Freedom to Farm Harm the Environment?
2:4:10-11
Barrett, Chad
Agricultural Payments to Iowa under Alternative Programs
4:1:1-3
Batres-Marquez, Patricia
Mexico’s Improving Pork Sector Creates Positives for Imports
12:2:10-11
Risk Assessment for Food Safety: Application and Evaluation of HACCP in
Hog Slaughter and Processing
6:1:6-7
Baumel, C. Phillip
Transportation Changes Increase Risks for Country Elevators
3:1&2:14-16
Beef Packing Concentration: Limiting Branded Product Opportunities?
11:3:8-9
BEEF INDUSTRY AND TRADE
After the Ban: U.S. Beef Exports to Japan Lag Demand
13:1:10-11
Animal Identification Is Key to Restarting Beef Exports to Japan
11:1:8-9
Beef Packing Concentration: Limiting Branded Product Opportunities?
11:3:8-9
Beef Quality Assurance “Down Under”
8:3:4-5,12
Cattle Producers Need a Quality System Assessment for Japan
11:3:10-11
E.U.-U.S. Beef Hormone Trade Dispute
5:3:1-3
The E.U.-U.S. Hormone Dispute: The Negotiations Continue
8:2:9-10
Geographical Indications, the WTO, and Iowa-80 Beef
11:2:8-9
Integration in the North American Livestock and Meat Industries
9:3:8-9
Meat Traceability in Japan
9:4:4-5
Meat Traceability: Its Effect on Trade
8:1:8-9
NAFTA: Implications for Mexican and Midwestern Agriculture
7:1:9-12
A New World Market for U.S. Beef
11:3:4-5,13
Overcoming Information Barriers in Cattle Marketing
9:2:4-5
Steady Supplies or Stockpiles? Dried Distillers Grains and U.S. Beef Production
14:1:4-5,11
U.S. Beef Faces Challenges in Korea Before Reaching Full Potential
15:1:5-6
Beef Quality Assurance “Down Under”
8:3:4-5,12
Beghin, John
Can Acreage Controls Increase Iowa’s Farm Revenue?
7:2:8-9
China’s Accession to the WTO: Effects on U.S. Pork and Poultry
7:3:9
China’s Growing Market for Dairy Products
10:3:10-11
Competitiveness and Protection of Chinese Agriculture
6:4:9-10
The Cost of Food Self-Sufficiency and Agricultural Protection in South Korea
8:1:4-5
Dairy Policies around the World: What Would We Gain from Getting Rid of Them?
6:1:7-8
E.U.-U.S. Beef Hormone Trade Dispute
5:3:1-3
FAPRI Analyzes the U.S. Proposal to the WTO
12:1:6-8
Global Prospects for Dairy in Argentina and Chile and Lessons for U.S. Dairy Industries 12:3:4-5,10
NAFTA: Implications for Mexican and Midwestern Agriculture
7:1:9-12
Policy Reforms in World Sugar Markets: What Would Happen?
10:2:4-5,11
Rethinking Agricultural Domestic Support under the World Trade Organization
11:1:4-5,11
Rich Countries, Poor Countries, and the Doha Round Trade Negotiations
8:3:10-11
U.S. Sweetener Consumption Trends and Dietary Guidelines
11:1:10-11
Beitz, Donald
New Techniques to Modify Pork Fats Promote Better Health
2:1:9-10
Beran, George
Risk Assessment for Food Safety: Application and Evaluation of HACCP in
Hog Slaughter and Processing
6:1:6-7
4
IAR Index
A Billion Gallons of Biodiesel: Who Benefits?
BIODIESEL
A Billion Gallons of Biodiesel: Who Benefits?
Breaking the Link between Food and Biofuels
Crop Outlook for 2009
Measuring Unmeasurable Land-Use Changes from Biofuels
Renewable Identification Numbers and the Renewable Fuels Standard: How They
Support Corn and Soybean Prices
Splashing and Dashing Biodiesel
U.S. Biodiesel Production: Recent Developments and Prospects
Biorenewables Policy at CARD
Blending: Ethanol’s New Growth Sector (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Boom Times for Crop Insurance
Booming Commodities: How Long Will It Last?
Brains or Brawn? Which Economic Development Policy Is Best for Iowa?
Breaking the Link between Food and Biofuels
BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy). See MAD COW
BUDGET
The Balanced Budget Amendment: How It May Impact Farm Programs
Budget Cuts Continue to Pressure the Agricultural Sector
Budget Cut Proposals
The Budgetary and Resource Allocation Effects of Revenue Assurance:
Summary of Results
Changes in Iowa’s Capital Gains Tax
Guns and Butter, Crop Insurance Reform, and the Farmer Safety Net
Hard Choices
ISU, IEFC Issue State Income Growth and Tax Projections
The Budgetary and Resource Allocation Effects of Revenue Assurance:
Summary of Results
Bulletin on Farm Bill Compromise—The “Agricultural Reconciliation Act of 1995”
Bulletin on Senate 1996 Farm Bill
By the Numbers: County Population Trends
5
14:1:6-8
14:1:6-8
14:3:1-2,9
15:2:8-9
15:3:4-6,11
15:1:7-9
14:4:6-7,11
13:2:8-9,11
12:3:9
13:4:8-10
14:2:10-11
10:2:1-3
9:1:1-3
14:3:1-2,9
1:2:13-14
3:3:11-13
1:3:3-4
1:2:4-7
4:1:8
11:1:1-3,5
1:3:11-13
5:1:6-7
1:2:4-7
2:1:6
2:2:5
8:2:4
C
CAFTA’s Projected Impact on U.S. Sugar
Can Acreage Controls Increase Iowa’s Farm Revenue?
Can South America Pick Up the Soybean Slack?
Can Subsidies Hurt Iowa’s Agriculture?
CARD (Center for Agricultural and Rural Development)
And the Survey Said…
Biorenewables Policy at CARD
CARD 1995 Iowa Baseline Results
CARD’s 50th Anniversary: Taking Stock of Our Past—and Future
A Change in Assignment
Continuing Development of the CARD Web Site
End of a Long Run
Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop
Sell or Store? CARD’s Web-Based Decision Aid Is Now Available
Who Reads Iowa Ag Review?
CARD’s 50th Anniversary: Taking Stock of Our Past—and Future
Carriquiry, Miguel
11:3:8-9
7:2:8-9
12:3:8
5:4:7-8
9:3:11
12:3:9
1:3:8-9
13:3:5-7
14:3:9
5:2:12
15:4:9
6:1:10
5:4:6
2:2:14
13:3:5-7
IAR Index
Acreage Shifts under Freedom to Farm
A Billion Gallons of Biodiesel: Who Benefits?
Ethanol-Livestock Integration (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Splashing and Dashing Biodiesel
U.S. Biodiesel Production: Recent Developments and Prospects
Cattle Producers Need a Quality System Assessment for Japan
CEFTA
Grain Market Glut: Asia a Minor Player
Chaherli, Nabil
Conservation Tillage and Farm Programs
A Change in Assignment
Changes in Iowa’s Capital Gains Tax
Charting Growth in Food Demand
Cheap Food and Farm Subsidies: Policy Impacts of a Mythical Connection
China’s Accession to the WTO: Effects on U.S. Pork and Poultry
China’s Challenge: Conforming to Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures for Agricultural Exports
China’s Growing Market for Dairy Products
Clemens, Roxanne
After the Ban: U.S. Beef Exports to Japan Lag Demand
Animal Identification Is Key to Restarting Beef Exports to Japan
Beef Packing Concentration: Limiting Branded Product Opportunities?
Cattle Producers Need a Quality System Assessment for Japan
The E.U.-U.S. Hormone Dispute: The Negotiations Continue
The Expanding U.S. Market for Fresh Produce
Geographical Indications, the WTO, and Iowa-80 Beef
Integration in the North American Livestock and Meat Industries
Keeping Farmers on the Land: Agritourism in the European Union
Meat Traceability in Japan
Meat Traceability: Its Effect on Trade
Mexico’s Improving Pork Sector Creates Positives for Imports
A New World Market for U.S. Beef
The Potential Market for U.S. Pork Variety Meats in China
Steady Supplies or Stockpiles? Dried Distillers Grains and U.S. Beef Production
Strong Export Growth in “Other” Markets for U.S. Pork
Strong U.S. Pork Exports in 2004: The Story Behind the Numbers
U.S. Beef Faces Challenges in Korea Before Reaching Full Potential
CLIMATE CHANGE
Costs and Benefits to Agriculture from Climate Change Policy
Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop
Is Corn Ethanol a Low-Carbon Fuel?
National Forum for Agriculture Climate Change Conference
COMMODITY PRICES
Acreage Shifts Follow Price Signals (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Agricultural Price Swings and Iowa’s Economy (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Agricultural Trade with a Weak Dollar (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Agriculture on Record Pace (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Booming Commodities: How Long Will It Last?
Can South America Pick Up the Soybean Slack?
Cheap Food and Farm Subsidies: Policy Impacts of a Mythical Connection
Corn or Soybeans for 2009?
Corn Prices, Basis, and Transportation
Crop Outlook for 2009
6
7:1:4-5
14:1:6-8
13:1:6-7
14:4:6-7,11
13:2:8-9,11
11:3:10-11
4:1:9-10
1:4:10-12
14:3:9
4:1:8
14:3:8
12:2:1-3
7:3:9
10:2:8-10
10:3:10-11
13:1:10-11
11:1:8-9
11:3:8-9
11:3:10-11
8:2:9-10
10:1:8-9
11:2:8-9
9:3:8-9
10:3:8-9
9:4:4-5
8:1:8-9
12:2:10-11
11:3:4-5,13
3:1&2:8-10
14:1:4-5,11
12:4:8-9
10:4:8-9,10
15:1:5-6
15:3:1-3,11
6:1:10
13:4:1-3,10
5:2:6-8
12:3:6-7,11
10:1:6-7
14:2:8-9
10:4:6-7,10
10:2:1-3
12:3:8
12:2:1-3
15:1:10-11
11:4:4-5,9
15:2:8-9
IAR Index
Do Biofuels Mean Inexpensive Food Is a Thing of the Past?
13:3:4-5,11
Do Ethanol/Livestock Synergies Presage Increased Iowa Cattle Numbers? (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
12:2:4-5
Ethanol: Policies, Production, and Profitability (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
10:2:6-7
Exchange Rates and Agricultural Commodity Prices
13:4:11
Farm Programs, Fuel Mandates, and Agricultural Prosperity
13:3:1-3
Five-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
5:2:1-3
Five-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
6:2:8-10
How Low Will Corn Prices Go?
14:4:1-3,11
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight
10:3:6-7
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
1:7:1-4
ISU, IEFC Issue State Income Growth and Tax Projections
5:1:6-7
The Outlook for Corn Prices in the 2008 Marketing Year
14:2:4-5
Renewable Identification Numbers and the Renewable Fuels Standard: How They
Support Corn and Soybean Prices
15:1:7-9
Shifting Corn Basis Patterns (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
13:3:8-10
Three-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
5:1:2-3
U.S. Agriculture and the Value of the Dollar
9:3:10-11
When Will the Bubble Burst?
14:1:1-3,8
Comparing Grain Transportation in the United States and Argentina
6:4:6-7, 8
Comparing the House and Senate Farm Bill Proposals
2:1:4-6
Competitiveness and Protection of Chinese Agriculture
6:4:9-10
The Concentration of U.S. Agricultural Subsidies
7:4:8-9
CONSERVATION PAYMENTS. See also CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM, CONSERVATION
SECURITY PROGRAM
A Farm Policy Objective: The Search Goes On
6:4:1-3,7
The Next Farm Bill: Is It Time for Conservation Payments?
7:3:1-3
Options for the Conservation Reserve Program
14:2:6-7
CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM
Budget Cuts Continue to Pressure the Agricultural Sector
3:3:11-13
The Conservation Reserve Program
1:1:8-9
Conservation Tillage and Farm Programs
1:4:10-12
The Costs and Benefits of Conservation Practices in Iowa
12:4:10-12
CRP Acreage on the Horizon
12:2:8-9
Economic Gains of CRP on Communities
2:2:12-14
The Future of the Conservation Reserve Program
2:3:12-14
The House and Senate Visions of a CRP Renewal: An Appraisal of the Likely
Efficiency Gains
2:1:7
Impact of High Corn Prices on Conservation Reserve Program Acreage
13:2:4-5,7
Implications of Extending the Conservation Reserve Program for Iowa
1:1:9-11
The Look of the “New” Conservation Reserve Program
3:3:1-5
Options for the Conservation Reserve Program
14:2:6-7
CONSERVATION SECURITY PROGRAM
The Costs and Benefits of Conservation Practices in Iowa
12:4:10-12
Targeting Efficiency in the Conservation Security Program
10:1:4-5,10
Continuing Development of the CARD Web Site
5:2:12
CORN
Acreage Shifts Follow Price Signals (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
12:3:6-7,11
Agriculture on Record Pace (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
10:4:6-7,10
Are We Underestimating Corn Production Potential?
11:4:6-7
Booming Commodities: How Long Will It Last?
10:2:1-3
7
IAR Index
Cheap Food and Farm Subsidies: Policy Impacts of a Mythical Connection
Corn or Soybeans for 2009?
Corn Prices, Basis, and Transportation
Corn Shortfalls: Historical Patterns and Expectations
Crop Outlook for 2009
CRP Acreage on the Horizon
Do Ethanol/Livestock Synergies Presage Increased Iowa Cattle Numbers? (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
Ethanol-Livestock Integration (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Feeding the Ethanol Boom: Where Will the Corn Come From?
Getting More Corn Acres from the Corn Belt (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
High Yields, Low Prices, and High Government Payments
How Low Will Corn Prices Go?
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight
If Ethanol Demand Changes, What Happens to Farm Prices?
Impact of High Corn Prices on Conservation Reserve Program Acreage
Is Corn Ethanol a Low-Carbon Fuel?
Modified Corn: Will Livestock Producers Buy It?
Odds of an ACRE Payment for Corn and Soybean Farmers (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
The Outlook for Corn and Ethanol (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
The Outlook for Corn Prices in the 2008 Marketing Year
Outlook for U.S. Corn and Soybeans in 1996
Planting Decisions: Corn versus Soybeans (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Processing or Exports: Which Path for U.S. Grain?
Renewable Identification Numbers and the Renewable Fuels Standard: How They
Support Corn and Soybean Prices
A Review of the New Corn Yield Insurance Futures and Options
Shifting Corn Basis Patterns (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Steady Supplies or Stockpiles? Dried Distillers Grains and U.S. Beef Production
What’s Ahead For Iowa Crops?
Who Will Have Surplus Corn?
Corn Belt Contributions to the Crop Insurance Industry
Corn or Soybeans for 2009?
Corn Shortfalls: Historical Patterns and Expectations
Corn Prices, Basis, and Transportation
Corrigan, Jay
GMOs in Europe: A Genetically Modified Ordeal?
The Cost of Food Self-Sufficiency and Agricultural Protection in South Korea
The Costs and Benefits of Conservation Practices in Iowa
Costs and Benefits of Fixing Gulf Hypoxia
Costs and Benefits to Agriculture from Climate Change Policy
The Costs of Foodborne Illness
Creation of a WTO-Friendly Farm Safety Net
CROP INSURANCE. See INSURANCE.
Crop Insurance: A Good Deal for Taxpayers?
Crop Insurance: Inside or Outside the Farm Bill?
Crop Outlook for 2009
CRP Acreage on the Horizon
Cuba: An Emerging Market for Iowa Agriculture?
8
12:2:1-3
15:1:10-11
11:4:4-5,9
13:2:10-11
15:2:8-9
12:2:8-9
12:2:4-5
13:1:6-7
12:4:4-5
12:4:6-7
12:1:10-11
14:4:1-3,11
10:3:6-7
2:1:7-9
13:2:4-5,7
13:4:1-3,10
6:2:4-5, 9
15:3:7-10
14:1:9-10
14:2:4-5
2:3:2-5
11:1:6-7,9
10:3:1-3
15:1:7-9
2:3:10-11
13:3:8-10
14:1:4-5,11
2:1:2-4
13:1:8-9
14:2:1-3,11
15:1:10-11
13:2:10-11
11:4:4-5,9
5:3:3, 7-8
8:1:4-5
12:4:10-12
14:4:8-10
15:3:1-3,11
8:3:9
10:4:1-3
12:3:1-3,10
13:1:1-3,9
15:2:8-9
12:2:8-9
9:1:4-5,8
IAR Index
D
Dairy Policies Around the World: What Would We Gain from Getting Rid of Them?
6:1:7-8
Do Ethanol/Livestock Synergies Presage Increased Iowa Cattle Numbers? (Agricultural Situation
Spotlight)
12:2:4-5
Dickson, James S.
Risk Assessment for Food Safety: Application and Evaluation of HACCP in
Hog Slaughter and Processing
6:1:6-7
Dietary Change in China’s Cities: Empirical Fact or Urban Legend?
13:1:4-5
DISASTER ASSISTANCE
Crop Insurance: Inside or Outside the Farm Bill?
13:1:1-3,9
Disaster Assistance and Crop Insurance: Time for a New Approach?
9:2:8-9
Disaster Assistance: How Best to Pay When Nature Has Her Way
8:4:10-11
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
5:3:4-6
New Permanent Disaster Assistance: How It Works and When to Expect Payments
(Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
14:3:6-7,10
Disaster Assistance and Crop Insurance: Time for a New Approach?
9:2:8-9
Disaster Assistance: How Best to Pay When Nature Has Her Way
8:4:10-11
Do Biofuels Mean Inexpensive Food Is a Thing of the Past?
13:3:4-5,11
Dong, Fengxia
China’s Challenge: Conforming to Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures for
Agricultural Exports
10:2:8-10
Dietary Change in China’s Cities: Empirical Fact or Urban Legend?
13:1:4-5
Downing, John
Valuing Water Quality in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems
10:3:4-5
Drought Tolerance and Risk in the U.S. Crop Insurance Program
15:4:4-7,8
Duffy, Michael
The Future of the Conservation Reserve Program
2:3:12-14
E
E-COMMERCE
Extreme Demands—Extraordinary Products: What’s In It for Midwestern Agriculture?
7:1:1-3
Re-energizing Supply Chains
6:2:1-3
Economic Impacts of CRP on Communities
2:2:12-14
Efficiency Gains
2:1:7
Egan, Kevin
Valuing Water Quality in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems
10:3:4-5
Water Cleanup: What’s the Economic Impact for Iowa Communities?
11:2:4-5
Elmore, Steven L.
Agriculture’s Next Ten Years: 1996 Iowa Baseline
2:4:6-8
Comparing the House and Senate Farm Bill Proposals
2:1:4-6
The E.U. Export Tax: Impact on U.S. Markets
2:4:5-6
FAPRI 1996 Baseline: Projections under the FAIR Act
2:3:7-9
The FAPRI Process of Analysis
3:1&2:10-11
Farm Bill Options and Iowa Agriculture
1:4:5-6
Grains and Oilseed Cropland: A Global Perspective
3:1&2:12-14
How Iowa Stacks Up Under the 1996 Freedom to Farm Payments
2:4:14
If Ethanol Demand Changes, What Happens to Farm Prices?
2:1:7-9
The Impact of 1996 Weather on Crop Markets
2:4:1-4
The Look of the “New” Conservation Reserve Program
3:3:1-5
Outlook for U.S. Corn and Soybeans in 1996
2:3:2-5
9
IAR Index
Possible Results of Freedom to Farm: A FAPRI Analysis of the
Congressional Compromise on Agriculture
Senate 1996 Farm Bill Highlights
Stocks-to-Use Ratios and Grain Price Volatility
Summary of the 1996 Farm Bill: The Federal Agriculture Improvement and
Reform (FAIR) Act of 1996
Weather Shocks, Iowa Agriculture, and Agricultural Policy
What’s Ahead For Iowa Crops?
Who Reads Iowa Ag Review?
Elobeid, Amani
Policy and Competitiveness of U.S. and Brazilian Ethanol
Policy Reforms in World Sugar Markets: What Would Happen?
End of a Long Run
Environmental Issues in the 1995 Farm Bill
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY. See also CONSERVATION PAYMENTS
Conservation Tillage and Farm Programs
The Costs and Benefits of Conservation Practices in Iowa
Costs and Benefits of Fixing Gulf Hypoxia
Costs and Benefits to Agriculture from Climate Change Policy
Measuring Unmeasurable Land-Use Changes from Biofuels
Environmental Issues in the 1995 Farm Bill
Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop
High Crop Prices, Ethanol Mandates, and the Public Good: Do They Coexist?
Incentives to Boost Conservation Tillage Adoption
Iowa’s Wetlands: Who Will Pay for Preservation?
Is Corn Ethanol a Low-Carbon Fuel?
Living with Hogs in Rural Iowa
National Forum for Agriculture Climate Change Conference
The Next Farm Bill: Is It Time for Conservation Payments?
Options for the Conservation Reserve Program
Will Freedom to Farm Harm the Environment?
Willingness to Pay for Clear Lake Cleanup
ETHANOL
Blending: Ethanol’s New Growth Sector (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Biorenewables Policy at CARD
Breaking the Link between Food and Biofuels
Crop Outlook for 2009
Do Biofuels Mean Inexpensive Food Is a Thing of the Past?
Do Ethanol/Livestock Synergies Presage Increased Iowa Cattle Numbers? (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
Ethanol-Livestock Integration (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Ethanol: Policies, Production, and Profitability (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Ethanol Revisited (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Farm Programs, Fuel Mandates, and Agricultural Prosperity
Feeding the Ethanol Boom: Where Will the Corn Come From?
Getting More Corn Acres from the Corn Belt (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
High Crop Prices, Ethanol Mandates, and the Public Good: Do They Coexist?
How Low Will Corn Prices Go?
If Ethanol Demand Changes, What Happens To Farm Prices?
Intricacies of Meeting the Renewable Fuels Standard
Is Corn Ethanol a Low-Carbon Fuel?
Measuring Unmeasurable Land-Use Changes from Biofuels
10
2:2:1,6-8
2:2:5
2:2:2-4
2:3:5-7
1:4:2-4
2:1:2-4
2:2:14
12:2:6-7,11
10:2:4-5,11
15:4:9
1:1:12-13
1:4:1,10-12
12:4:10-12
14:4:8-10
15:3:1-3,11
15:3:4-6,11
1:1:12-13
6:1:10
13:2:1-3
8:1:11
6:3:6-8
13:4:1-3,10
9:3:1-3
5:2:6-8
7:3:1-3
14:2:6-7
2:4:10-11
7:3:4-5,8
13:4:8-10
12:3:9
14:3:1-2,9
15:2:8-9
13:3:4-5,11
12:2:4-5
13:1:6-7
10:2:6-7
11:3:6-7,13
13:3:1-3
12:4:4-5
12:4:6-7
13:2:1-3
14:4:1-3,11
2:1:7-9
15:2:4-6
13:4:1-3,10
15:3:4-6,11
IAR Index
The Outlook for Corn and Ethanol (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
The Outlook for Corn Prices in the 2008 Marketing Year
Policy and Competitiveness of U.S. and Brazilian Ethanol
Shifting Corn Basis Patterns (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Steady Supplies or Stockpiles? Dried Distillers Grains and U.S. Beef Production
When Will the Bubble Burst?
Who’s Using All the Ethanol?
Who Will Have Surplus Corn?
Ethanol-Livestock Integration (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Ethanol: Policies, Production, and Profitability (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Ethanol Revisited (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
EUROPEAN UNION
Dairy Policies Around the World: What Would We Gain from Getting Rid of Them?
European Union Agricultural Reforms: Impacts for Iowa
E.U.-U.S. Beef Hormone Trade Dispute
The E.U.-U.S. Hormone Dispute: The Negotiations Continue
Extreme Demands—Extraordinary Products: What’s In It for Midwestern Agriculture?
Geographical Indications, Property Rights, and Value-Added Agriculture
Geographical Indications, the WTO, and Iowa-80 Beef
GMOs in Europe: Genetically Modified Ordeal?
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
Keeping Farmers on the Land: Agritourism in the European Union
Policy Reforms in World Sugar Markets: What Would Happen?
Renewable Identification Numbers and the Renewable Fuels Standard: How They
Support Corn and Soybean Prices
Splashing and Dashing Biodiesel
What Would Happen if Over-the-Counter Antibiotics Were Banned in Swine Rations?
The E.U. Export Tax: Impact on U.S. Markets
The E.U.-U.S. Beef Hormone Trade Dispute
The E.U.-U.S. Hormone Dispute: The Negotiations Continue
Examining the Health of the U.S. Crop Insurance Industry
Exchange Rates and Agricultural Commodity Prices
The Expanding U.S. Market for Fresh Produce
Extreme Demands—Extraordinary Products: What’s In It for Midwestern Agriculture?
11
14:1:9-10
14:2:4-5
12:2:6-7,11
13:3:8-10
14:1:4-5,11
14:1:1-3,8
14:4:4-5
13:1:8-9
13:1:6-7
10:2:6-7
11:3:6-7,13
6:1:7-8
5:4:8-9
5:3:1-3
8:2:9-10
7:1:1-3
9:4:1-3
11:2:8-9
5:3:3,7-8
7:1:6-8
10:3:8-9
10:2:4-5,11
15:1:7-9
14:4:6-7,11
6:3:9-10
2:4:5-6
5:3:1-3
8:2:9-10
15:4:1-3,8
13:4:11
10:1:8-9
7:1:1-3
F
Fabiosa, Jay
China’s Accession to the WTO: Effects on U.S. Pork and Poultry
Implications for U.S. Pork Trade Following Taiwan’s Export Ban
Record Low Pork Prices in 1998: Transient or Permanent?
What Would Happen if Over-the-Counter Antibiotics Were Banned in Swine Rations?
FACTA of 1990
Agricultural Payments to Iowa under Alternative Programs
FAIR ACT OF 1996. See also FARM BILL 1996, FREEDOM TO FARM
Acreage Shifts under Freedom to Farm
Agricultural Payments to Iowa under Alternative Programs
Agricultural Policy Update: Are FAIR’s Payment Formulas Fair?
Budget Cuts Continue to Pressure the Agricultural Sector
The Look of the “New” Conservation Reserve Program
Reform (FAIR) Act of 1996
Three-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
7:3:9
3:1&2:17
5:3:9-10
6:3:9-10
4:1:1-3
7:1:4-5
4:1:1-3
6:3:1-3
3:3:11-13
3:3:1-5
2:3:5-7
5:1:2-3
IAR Index
12
Whither Farm Policy?
5:4:1-3, 6
Fang, Cheng
Competitiveness and Protection of Chinese Agriculture
6:4:9-10
FAPRI Analyzes the U.S. Proposal to the WTO
12:1:6-8
FAPRI 1997 Agricultural Projections
3:1&2:1,3,5-6
FAPRI 1996 Baseline: Projections under the FAIR Act
2:3:7-9
FAPRI 1995 Baseline Results
1:2:7-9
Impacts on Iowa
3:1&2:4
FAPRI/ISU Staff
Budget Cuts Continue to Pressure the Agricultural Sector
3:3:11-13
Can Acreage Controls Increase Iowa’s Farm Revenue?
7:2:8-9
FAPRI Analyzes the U.S. Proposal to the WTO
12:1:6-8
FAPRI Baseline Meeting
5:1:3
The FAPRI Process of Analysis
3:1&2:10-11
FAPRI 1997 Agricultural Projections
3:1&2:1,3,5-6
FAPRI 1996 Baseline: Projections under the FAIR Act
2:3:7-9
FAPRI 1995 Baseline Results
1:2:7-9
Grain Market Glut: Asia a Minor Player
4:1:9-10
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight
10:3:6-7
The Impact of EEP Removal on U.S. Wheat
3:1&2:6-8
Impacts on Iowa
3:1&2:4
Possible Results of Freedom to Farm: A FAPRI Analysis of the Congressional
Compromise on Agriculture
2:2:1,6-8
Three Corners: FAPRI Examination of Farm Bill Alternatives
1:3:4-6
Three-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
5:1:2-3
U.S. Agricultural Exports
3:1&2:5-6
USDA Honors the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute
8:3:13
World Trade Impacts of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Taiwan
3:3:5-9
FARM BILL 1996. See also FAIR ACT OF 1996; FREEDOM TO FARM; SUBSIDIES, AGRICULTURAL
Acreage Shifts under Freedom to Farm
7:1:4-5
Agricultural Payments to Iowa under Alternative Programs
4:1:1-3s
Agricultural Policy Update: Are FAIR’s Payment Formulas Fair?
6:3:1-3
Bulletin on Farm Bill Compromise—The “Agricultural Reconciliation Act of 1995”
2:1:6
Bulletin on Senate 1996 Farm Bill
2:2:5
Comparing the House and Senate Farm Bill Proposals
2:1:4-6
Environmental Issues in the 1995 Farm Bill
1:1:12-13
FAPRI 1996 Baseline: Projections under the FAIR Act
2:3:7-9
Farm Bill Options and Iowa Agriculture
1:4:5-6
The 1995 Farm Bill
1:1:14
Payment Limitations and U.S. Farm Policy
9:2:1-3,10
Summary of the 1996 Farm Bill: The Federal Agriculture Improvement and
Reform (FAIR) Act of 1996
2:3:5-7
Three Corners: FAPRI Examination of Farm Bill Alternatives
1:3:4-6
Wither Farm Policy?
5:4:1-3,6
FARM BILL 2002. See also SUBSIDIES, AGRICULTURAL
A Farm Policy Objective: The Search Goes On
6:4:1-3,7
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
7:3:6-7,10
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
8:3:6-8
Judging the Performance of the 2002 Farm Bill
11:2:1-3,11
The Next Farm Bill: Is It Time for Conservation Payments?
7:3:1-3
Payment Limitations and U.S. Farm Policy
9:2:1-3,10
IAR Index
Supporting U.S. Agriculture under World Trade Organization Rules
U.S. Farm Policy and the WTO
The WTO Picture After the Cotton Ruling
FARM BILL 2008. See also SUBSIDIES, AGRICULTURAL
ACRE: Price Support or Crop Insurance?
Crop Insurance: Inside or Outside the Farm Bill?
Farm Policy Amid High Prices: Which Direction Will We Take?
Farm Programs, Fuel Mandates, and Agricultural Prosperity
How to Save Billions in Farm Spending
The New ACRE Program: Frequently Asked Questions
New Permanent Disaster Assistance: How It Works and When to Expect Payments
(Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Prospects for ACRE Payments in 2009
Farm Policy Amid High Prices: Which Direction Will We Take?
A Farm Policy Objective: The Search Goes On
Farm Programs, Fuel Mandates, and Agricultural Prosperity
Feeding the Ethanol Boom: Where Will the Corn Come From?
Feng, Hongli
The Costs and Benefits of Conservation Practices in Iowa
Targeting Efficiency in the Conservation Security Program
Is Corn Ethanol a Low-Carbon Fuel?
Five-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
Five-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
FOOD SAFETY
The Costs of Foodborne Illness
China’s Challenge: Conforming to Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures for
Agricultural Exports
Harnessing Information for More Effective Use of Food Safety Resources
Risk Assessment for Food Safety: Application and Evaluation of HACCP in
Hog Slaughter and Processing
FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
World Trade Impacts of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Taiwan
FREEDOM TO FARM. See also FAIR ACT OF 1996; FARM BILL 1996
Acreage Shifts under Freedom to Farm
Farm Freedom or Freedom to Farm?
How Iowa Stacks Up Under the 1996 Freedom to Farm Payments
Possible Results of Freedom to Farm: A FAPRI Analysis of the Congressional
Compromise on Agriculture
Will Freedom to Farm Harm the Environment?
Wither Farm Policy?
Fuller, Frank
Agricultural Impacts of China’s Accession to the WTO
China’s Growing Market for Dairy Products
Dairy Policies around the World: What Would We Gain from Getting Rid of Them?
Dietary Change in China’s Cities: Empirical Fact or Urban Legend?
Global Prospects for Dairy in Argentina and Chile and Lessons for U.S. Dairy Industries
Implications for U.S. Pork Trade Following Taiwan’s Export Ban
G
GATT
13
8:1:1-3
7:2:1-3,7
11:2:10-11
15:2:7
13:1:1-3,9
12:4:1-3,13
13:3:1-3
13:4:4-7
14:3:4-5,10
14:3:6-7,10
15:1:1-4
12:4:1-3,13
6:4:1-3, 7
13:3:1-3
12:4:4-5
12:4:10-12
10:1:4-5,10
13:4:1-3,10
5:2:1-3
6:2:8-10
8:3:9
10:2:8-10
12:1:12-13
6:1:6-7
7:2:4-7
3:3:5-9
7:1:4-5
1:4:9
2:4:14
2:2:1,6-8
2:4:10-11
5:4:1-3,6
3:3:9-11
10:3:10-11
6:1:7-8
13:1:4-5
12:3:4-5,10
3:1&2:17
IAR Index
14
The GATT Agreement: A Layperson’s Description
1:1:6-7
Implications of the GATT Agreement for Iowa Agriculture
1:1:7-8
Gassman, Philip
Targeting Efficiency in the Conservation Security Program
10:1:4-5,10
GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS
Agricultural Biotechnology and Trade: The Unresolved Issues
9:4:8-10
Extreme Demands—Extraordinary Products: What’s In It for Midwestern Agriculture?
7:1:1-3
GMOs in Europe: A Genetically Modified Ordeal?
5:3:3, 7-8
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
5:4:4-5, 10
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
7:1:6-8
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
9:2:6-7,10
Modified Corn: Will Livestock Producers Buy It?
6:2:4-5, 9
Patented Agriculture
8:2:5,8
Pharmaceuticals and Industrial Products in Crops: Economic Prospects and Impacts
on Agriculture
10:4:4-5,11
Who Is Afraid of the “Precautionary Principle”?
7:4:4-5
Geographical Indications, Property Rights, and Value-Added Agriculture
9:4:1-3
Geographical Indications, the WTO, and Iowa-80 Beef
11:2:8-9
Getting More Corn Acres from the Corn Belt (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
12:4:6-7
Global Prospects for Dairy in Argentina and Chile and Lessons for U.S. Dairy Industries
12:3:4-5,10
GMOs in Europe: A Genetically Modified Ordeal?
5:3:3, 7-8
Goldsby, Thomas J.
Comparing Grain Transportation in the United States and Argentina
6:4:6-7, 8
Government Payments to Supplement Iowa Farm Income
5:1:1-2
Grain Market Glut: Asia a Minor Player
4:1:9-10
Grains and Oilseed Cropland: A Global Perspective
3:1&2:12-14
Guns and Butter, Crop Insurance Reform, and the Farmer Safety Net
11:1:1-3,5
H
Harnessing Information for More Effective Use of Food Safety Resources
Hart, Chad E.
Acreage Shifts Follow Price Signals (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Agricultural Price Swings and Iowa’s Economy (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Agricultural Trade with a Weak Dollar (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Agriculture on Record Pace (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Are We Underestimating Corn Production Potential?
Blending: Ethanol’s New Growth Sector (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
By the Numbers: County Population Trends
CAFTA’s Projected Impact on U.S. Sugar
Can Subsidies Hurt Iowa’s Agriculture?
A Change in Assignment
Crop Insurance: A Good Deal for Taxpayers?
Corn Prices, Basis, and Transportation
CRP Acreage on the Horizon
Disaster Assistance and Crop Insurance: Time for a New Approach?
Disaster Assistance: How Best to Pay When Nature Has Her Way
Do Ethanol/Livestock Synergies Presage Increased Iowa Cattle Numbers? (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
Ethanol-Livestock Integration (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Ethanol: Policies, Production, and Profitability (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Ethanol Revisited (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
12:1:12-13
12:3:6-7,11
10:1:6-7
14:2:8-9
10:4:6-7,10
11:4:6-7
13:4:8-10
8:2:4
11:3:8-9
5:4:7-8
14:3:9
12:3:1-3,10
11:4:4-5,9
12:2:8-9
9:2:8-9
8:4:10-11
12:2:4-5
13:1:6-7
10:2:6-7
11:3:6-7,13
IAR Index
15
Feeding the Ethanol Boom: Where Will the Corn Come From?
12:4:4-5
Government Costs of Yield and Revenue Insurance
2:2:8-10
High Yields, Low Prices, and High Government Payments
12:1:10-11
How Revenue Assurance and Yield Insurance Stack Up: A Cost Comparison
1:4:8-9
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight
10:3:6-7
The Impact of Crop Insurance on the Iowa Economy
6:1:1-2, 9-10
Iowa Crop Insurance: What is the Coverage Level?
2:3:11-12
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
7:2:4-7
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
7:3:6-7,10
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
7:4:6-7,10
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
9:1:6-7,10
The New ACRE Program: Frequently Asked Questions
14:3:4-5,10
New Permanent Disaster Assistance: How It Works and When to Expect Payments
(Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
14:3:6-7,10
Options for the Conservation Reserve Program
14:2:6-7
The Outlook for Corn and Ethanol (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
14:1:9-10
Payment Limitations and U.S. Farm Policy
9:2:1-3,10
Planting Decisions: Corn versus Soybeans (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
11:1:6-7,9
Preparing for Soybean Rust (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
11:2:6-7
Rethinking Agricultural Domestic Support under the World Trade Organization
11:1:4-5,11
A Review of the New Corn Yield Insurance Futures and Options
2:3:10-11
Safety Net Design for the New Farm Bill
11:3:1-3,12
A Second Look at Subsidies and Supply
6:1:3
Shifting Corn Basis Patterns (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
13:3:8-10
U.S. Agriculture and the Value of the Dollar
9:3:10-11
U.S. Farm Policy and the WTO
7:2:1-3, 7
Weak Spots in the Agricultural Safety Net (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
9:4:6-7
When Is GRIP the Right Choice for Crop Insurance? (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
12:1:4-5,9
Who Will Have Surplus Corn?
13:1:8-9
Would Revenue Insurance Have Paid During the 1993 Flood?
2:4:8-10
The WTO Picture After the Cotton Ruling
11:2:10-11
Hayes, Dermot J.
Antibiotics Restrictions: Taking Stock of Denmark’s Experience
9:3:4-5
The Budgetary and Resource Allocation Effects of Revenue Assurance:
Summary of Results
1:2:4-7
Changes in Iowa’s Capital Gains Tax
4:1:8
Grain Market Glut: Asia a Minor Player
4:1:9-10
Loan Deficiency Payments or the Loan Program?
4:1:6-7
Modified Corn: Will Livestock Producers Buy It?
6:2:4-5, 9
A New Brand of Agriculture? Farmer-Owned Brands Reward Innovation
8:4:4-5,8
The Potential Market for U.S. Pork Variety Meats in China
3:1&2:8-10
Risky Business: Measuring Monetary and Nonmonetary Benefits of Insurance Programs
1:3:6-7
Specialty Soybeans: New Markets for Iowa
1:3:10-11
What Would Happen if Over-the-Counter Antibiotics Were Banned in Swine Rations?
6:3:9-10
Whole-Farm Revenue Insurance for Crop and Livestock Producers
5:2:8-10
Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop
6:1:10
Heffernan, Keith
New Uses for Soybean Products
5:2:11
Hennessy, David
The Budgetary and Resource Allocation Effects of Revenue Assurance:
Summary of Results
1:2:4-7
IAR Index
Getting More Corn Acres from the Corn Belt (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
The House and Senate Visions of a CRP Renewal: An Appraisal of the Likely
Efficiency Gains
How Iowa Stacks Up Under the 1996 Freedom to Farm Payments
How Revenue Assurance and Yield Insurance Stack Up: A Cost Comparison
Herriges, Joseph A.
Iowa’s Wetlands: Who Will Pay for Preservation?
Living with Hogs in Rural Iowa
Valuing Water Quality in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems
Water Cleanup: What’s the Economic Impact for Iowa Communities?
Willingness to Pay for Clear Lake Cleanup
High Crop Prices, Ethanol Mandates, and the Public Good: Do They Coexist?
High Yields, Low Prices, and High Government Payments
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture (Agricultural Situation
Spotlight
How Low Will Corn Prices Go?
How to Save Billions in Farm Spending
Hueth, Brent
Overcoming Information Barriers in Cattle Marketing
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12:4:6-7
2:1:7
2:4:14
1:4:8-9
6:3:6-8
9:3:1-3
10:3:4-5
11:2:4-5
7:3:4-5,8
13:2:1-3
12:1:10-11
10:3:6-7
14:4:1-3,11
13:4:4-7
9:2:4-5
I
If Ethanol Demand Changes, What Happens To Farm Prices?
The Impact of Crop Insurance on the Iowa Economy
The Impact of EEP Removal on U.S. Wheat
Impact of High Corn Prices on Conservation Reserve Program Acreage
The Impact of 1996 Weather on Crop Markets
Impacts on Iowa of the Changing Structure of the Pork Industry
Implications for U.S. Pork Trade Following Taiwan’s Export Ban
Implications of Extending the Conservation Reserve Program for Iowa
Implications of the GATT Agreement for Iowa Agriculture
Incentives to Boost Conservation Tillage Adoption
Income Support or Subsidized Risk Management? Two Agricultural Policy
Approaches
INSURANCE. See also REVENUE INSURANCE; RISK MANAGEMENT
ACRE: Price Support or Crop Insurance?
The Budgetary and Resource Allocation Effects of Revenue Assurance:
Summary of Results
Boom Times for Crop Insurance
Corn Belt Contributions to the Crop Insurance Industry
Crop Insurance: A Good Deal for Taxpayers?
Crop Insurance: Inside or Outside the Farm Bill?
Disaster Assistance and Crop Insurance: Time for a New Approach?
Drought Tolerance and Risk in the U.S. Crop Insurance Program
Examining the Health of the U.S. Crop Insurance Industry
Farm Policy Amid High Prices: Which Direction Will We Take?
Government Costs of Yield and Revenue Insurance
Guns and Butter, Crop Insurance Reform, and the Farmer Safety Net
How Revenue Assurance and Yield Insurance Stack Up: A Cost Comparison
How to Save Billions in Farm Spending
The Impact of Crop Insurance on the Iowa Economy
Iowa Crop Insurance: What Is the Coverage Level?
2:1:7-9
6:1:1-2, 9-10
3:1&2:6-8
13:2:4-5,7
2:4:1-4
1:2:1,9-12
3:1&2:17
1:1:9-11
1:1:7-8
8:1:11
1:4:12-14
15:2:7
1:2:4-7
14:2:10-11
14:2:1-3,11
12:3:1-3,10
13:1:1-3,9
9:2:8-9
15:4:4-7,8
15:4:1-3,8
12:4:1-3,13
2:2:8-10
11:1:1-3,5
1:4:8-9
13:4:4-7
6:1:1-2, 9-10
2:3:11-12
IAR Index
New Permanent Disaster Assistance: How It Works and When to Expect Payments
(Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Preparing for Soybean Rust (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Public or Private Price Protection?
Review of New Revenue Insurance Products
A Review of the New Corn Yield Insurance Futures and Options
Risky Business: Measuring Monetary and Nonmonetary Benefits of Insurance Programs
Safety Net Design for the New Farm Bill
Should Government Subsidize Farmers’ Risk Management?
Weak Spots in the Agricultural Safety Net (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
When Is GRIP the Right Choice for Crop Insurance? (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Whole-Farm Revenue Insurance for Crop and Livestock Producers
Would Revenue Insurance Have Paid During the 1993 Flood?
The WTO Picture After the Cotton Ruling
Integration in the North American Livestock and Meat Industries
International Developments
Intricacies of Meeting the Renewable Fuels Standard
IOWA AGSTATE
Changes in Iowa’s Capital Gains Tax
The Iowa Baseline
Iowa’s Wetlands: Who Will Pay for Preservation?
Is Corn Ethanol a Low-Carbon Fuel?
ISU, IEFC Issue State Income Growth and Tax Projections
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14:3:6-7,10
11:2:6-7
8:1:10
2:2:10-12
2:3:10-11
1:3:6-7
11:3:1-3,12
15:2:1-3,10
9:4:6-7
12:1:4-5,9
5:2:8-10
2:4:8-10
11:2:10-11
9:3:8-9
1:1:5
15:2:4-6
4:1:8
1:1:5
6:3:6-8
13:4:1-3,10
5:1:6-7
J
Jensen, Helen H.
Antibiotics Restrictions: Taking Stock of Denmark’s Experience
Do Biofuels Mean Inexpensive Food Is a Thing of the Past?
China’s Challenge: Conforming to Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures for
Agricultural Exports
The Costs of Foodborne Illness
Harnessing Information for More Effective Use of Food Safety Resources
Mexico’s Improving Pork Sector Creates Positives for Imports
New Techniques to Modify Pork Fats, Promote Better Health
Risk Assessment for Food Safety: Application and Evaluation of HACCP in
Hog Slaughter and Processing
U.S. Sweetener Consumption Trends and Dietary Guidelines
USDA’s Nutrition Education Program Pays Long-Term Benefits
What Would Happen if Over-the-Counter Antibiotics Were Banned in Swine Rations?
Judging the Performance of the 2002 Farm Bill
9:3:4-5
13:3:4-5,11
10:2:8-10
8:3:9
12:1:12-13
12:2:10-11
2:1:9-10
6:1:6-7
11:1:10-11
7:2:9-10
6:3:9-10
11:2:1-3,11
K
Kaus, Phillip J.
European Union Agricultural Reforms: Impacts for Iowa
Five-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
Five-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
Government Payments to Supplement Iowa Farm Income
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
Record Low Pork Prices in 1998: Transient or Permanent?
5:4:8-9
5:2:1-3
6:2:8-10
5:1:1-2
4:1 – 7:1
5:3:9-10
IAR Index
Three-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
Keeping Farmers on the Land: Agritourism in the European Union
Kling, Catherine
Costs and Benefits of Fixing Gulf Hypoxia
Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop
Incentives to Boost Conservation Tillage Adoption
Iowa’s Wetlands: Who Will Pay for Preservation?
Targeting Efficiency in the Conservation Security Program
Valuing Water Quality in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems
Water Cleanup: What’s the Economic Impact for Iowa Communities?
Willingness to Pay for Clear Lake Cleanup
Kruse, John R.
The Conservation Reserve Program
The GATT Agreement: A Layperson’s Description
Implications of Extending the Conservation Reserve Program for Iowa
Implications of the GATT Agreement for Iowa Agriculture
The Iowa Baseline
Policy Announcements
Weather and Yields
Kurkalova, Lyubov
Incentives to Boost Conservation Tillage Adoption
Targeting Efficiency in the Conservation Security Program
18
5:1:2-3
10:3:8-9
14:4:8-10
6:1:10
8:1:11
6:3:6-8
10:1:4-5,10
10:3:4-5
11:2:4-5
7:3:4-5,8
1:1:8-9
1:1:6-7
1:1:9-11
1:1:7-8
1:1:5
1:2:2-4
1:1:2-3
8:1:11
10:1:4-5,10
L
Lakshminarayan, P.G.
Conservation Tillage and Farm Programs
Environmental Issues in the 1995 Farm Bill
The House and Senate Visions of a CRP Renewal: An Appraisal of the Likely
Efficiency Gains
Land Rents: How High Will They Go and Who Gains? (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Lawrence, John D.
Beef Quality Assurance “Down Under”
Cattle Producers Need a Quality System Assessment for Japan
Impacts on Iowa of the Changing Structure of the Pork Industry
Iowa Farming: Evolving Risk and Risk Management
Overcoming Information Barriers in Cattle Marketing
Lence, Sergio
A New Brand of Agriculture? Farmer-Owned Brands Reward Innovation
Living with Hogs in Rural Iowa
LOAN DEFICIENCY PAYMENTS
Acreage Shifts under Freedom to Farm
Agricultural Policy Update: Are FAIR’s Payment Formulas Fair?
Can Subsidies Hurt Iowa’s Agriculture?
Corn Prices, Basis, and Transportation
Government Payments to Supplement Iowa Farm Income
Loan Deficiency Payments or the Loan Program?
Local and Global Perspectives on the New U.S. Farm Policy
The Look of the “New” Conservation Reserve Program
M
1:4:10-12
1:1:12-13
2:1:7
13:2:6-7
8:3:4-5,12
11:3:10-11
1:2:1,9-12
2:4:12-13
9:2:4-5
8:4:4-5,8
9:3:1-3
7:1:4-5
6:3:1-3
5:4:7-8
11:4:4-5,9
5:1:1-2
4:1:6-7
8:3:1-3
3:3:1-5
IAR Index
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MAD COW DISEASE
Agricultural Price Swings and Iowa’s Economy (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
10:1:6-7
Animal Identification Is Key to Restarting Beef Exports to Japan
11:1:8-9
Integration in the North American Livestock and Meat Industries
9:3:8-9
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
7:1:6-8
U.S. Beef Faces Challenges in Korea Before Reaching Full Potential
15:1:5-6
MARKETING
Are Cost-Increasing Production Practices in Agriculture’s Future?
8:4:1-3
Beef Quality Assurance “Down Under”
8:3:4-5,12
Extreme Demands—Extraordinary Products: What’s In It for Midwestern Agriculture?
7:1:1-3
Geographical Indications, the WTO, and Iowa-80 Beef
11:2:8-9
A New Brand of Agriculture? Farmer-Owned Brands Reward Innovation
8:4:4-5,8
New Uses for Soybean Products
5:2:11
Overcoming Information Barriers in Cattle Marketing
9:2:4-5
Specialty Soybeans: New Markets for Iowa
1:3:10-11
McPhail, Lihong Lu
The Outlook for Corn Prices in the 2008 Marketing Year
14:2:4-5
Measuring Unmeasurable Land-Use Changes from Biofuels
15:3:4-6,11
Meat Traceability in Japan
9:4:4-5
Meat Traceability: Its Effect on Trade
8:1:8-9
MEET THE STAFF
Adams, Mary, Communication Specialist- CARD
2:3:15
Babcock, Bruce, Director- CARD
5:1:6
Barrett, Chad, Research Assistant- FAPRI
4:1:10
Beghin, John, Head, Trade and Agricultural Policy Division-CARD and Director- FAPRI
5:2:12
Clarke, Sandra, Communications Manager- CARD
7:2:11
Clemens, Roxanne, Managing Director - MATRIC
9:1:11
Elmore, Steven, Analyst- FAPRI
2:2:15
Fang, Cheng, Assistant Scientist- FAPRI
6:3:11
Fuller, Frank, Technical Director- FAPRI
6:4:11
Garreau, Jackie, Receptionist and Secretary - CARD
8:4:9
Gassman, Phil, Assistant Scientist, Resource and Environmental Policy Division- CARD
8:2:11
Hart, Chad, U.S. Policy Specialist, CARD and FAPRI
2:4:15
Hayes, Dermot, Professor of Economics, CARD
3:1&2:18
Heffernan, Keith, Assistant Director- CARD
1:3:15
Heffernan, Keith, Assistant Director- CARD
5:3:6
Hennessy, David, Professor of Economics, CARD
8:3:12
Jensen, Helen, Head, Food and Nutrition Policy- CARD
7:3:11
Kaus, Phil, U.S./Iowa Crops and Livestock Analyst- FAPRI
5:4:10
Kling, Catherine, Head, Resource and Environmental Policy Division- CARD
6:1:11
Kovarik, Karen, Systems Support Specialist- FAPRI
2:1: 11
Kruse, John R., U.S. Crops and Livestock Analyst- FAPRI
1:1:15
Kurkalova, Lyubov, Associate Scientist, Resource and Environmental Policy Division- CARD 7:1:13
Long, Michael, Systems Analyst- CARD
7:4:11
Matthey, Holger, International Oilseeds Analyst- FAPRI
8:1:13
Meyers, William, Co-Director- FAPRI
1:2:15
Mohanty, Samarendu, Adjunct Assistant Professor and Policy Analyst- FAPRI
6:2:11
Pim, Judith, Manager, Communication and Information Division- CARD
3:3:14
Secchi, Silvia, Assistant Scientist - CARD
9:2:11
Smith, Darnell, Managing Director- FAPRI
1:4:15
Mexico’s Improving Pork Sector Creates Positives for Imports
12:2:10-11
Meyer, Seth
IAR Index
Impacts on Iowa of the Changing Structure of the Pork Industry
Near Term Outlook for the Pork Sector
The Story Behind the Hog Breeding Herd Revision: When Is a Breeding Animal
Not a Breeding Animal?
Meyers, William H.
The Balanced Budget Amendment: How It May Impact Farm Programs
Budget Cut Proposals
Bulletin on Farm Bill Compromise—The “Agricultural Reconciliation Act of 1995”
Comparing the House and Senate Farm Bill Proposals
The E.U. Export Tax: Impact on U.S. Markets
FAPRI 1996 Baseline: Projections under the FAIR Act
The FAPRI Process of Analysis
Hard Choices
The Impact of 1996 Weather on Crop Markets
Outlook for U.S. Corn and Soybeans in 1996
Possible Results of Freedom to Farm: A FAPRI Analysis of the Congressional
Compromise on Agriculture
Senate 1996 Farm Bill Highlights
Summary of the 1996 Farm Bill: The Federal Agriculture Improvement and
Reform (FAIR) Act of 1996
Three Corners: FAPRI Examination of Farm Bill Alternatives
Modified Corn: Will Livestock Producers Buy It?
Mohanty, Samarendu
The Impact of EEP Removal on U.S. Wheat
European Union Agricultural Reforms: Impacts for Iowa
Moschini, GianCarlo
Agricultural Biotechnology and Trade: The Unresolved Issues
GMOs in Europe: A Genetically Modified Ordeal?
Patented Agriculture
Pharmaceuticals and Industrial Products in Crops: Economic Prospects and Impacts
on Agriculture
Who Is Afraid of the “Precautionary Principle”?
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1:2:1,9-12
1:1:3-4
1:3:1-2
1:2:13-14
1:3:3-4
2:1:6
2:1:4-6
2:4:5-6
2:3:7-9
3:1&2:10-11
1:3:11-13
2:4:1-4
2:3:2-5
2:2:1,6-8
2:2:5
2:3:5-7
1:3:1,4-6
6:2:4-5, 9
3:1&2:6-8
5:4:8-9
9:4:8-10
5:3:3, 7-8
8:2:5,8
10:4:4-5,11
7:4:4-5
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NAFTA: Implications for Mexican and Midwestern Agriculture
7:1:9-12
National Forum for Agriculture Climate Change Conference
5:2:6-8
Near Term Outlook for the Pork Sector
1:1:3-4
The New ACRE Program: Frequently Asked Questions
14:3:4-5,10
A New Brand of Agriculture? Farmer-Owned Brands Reward Innovation
8:4:4-5,8
New Permanent Disaster Assistance: How It Works and When to Expect Payments (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
14:3:6-7,10
New Techniques to Modify Pork Fats Promote Better Health
2:1:9-10
New Uses for Soybean Products
5:2:11
A New World Market for U.S. Beef
11:3:4-5,13
The Next Farm Bill: Is It Time for Conservation Payments?
7:3:1-3
NUTRITION
Charting Growth in Food Demand
14:3:8
Recommended Daily Allowances (RDAs) Soon to Change
5:2:3
U.S. Sweetener Consumption Trends and Dietary Guidelines
11:1:10-11
USDA’s Nutrition Education Program Pays Long-Term Benefits
7:2:9-10
IAR Index
21
O
Odds of an ACRE Payment for Corn and Soybean Farmers (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Oerter, Karen
International Developments
Options for the Conservation Reserve Program
Otto, Dan
Economic Impacts of CRP on Communities
Water Cleanup: What’s the Economic Impact for Iowa Communities?
The Outlook for Corn and Ethanol (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
The Outlook for Corn Prices in the 2008 Marketing Year
Outlook for U.S. Corn and Soybeans in 1996
Overcoming Information Barriers in Cattle Marketing
15:3:7-10
1:1:5
14:2:6-7
2:2:12-14
11:2:4-5
14:1:9-10
14:2:4-5
2:3:2-5
9:2:4-5
P
Patented Agriculture
Paulson, Nick D.
Crop Insurance: Inside or Outside the Farm Bill?
Pautsch, Greg
CARD 1995 Iowa Baseline Results
Farm Bill Options and Iowa Agriculture
Policy Announcements
Payment Limitations and U.S. Farm Policy
Pharmaceuticals and Industrial Products in Crops: Economic Prospects and Impacts
on Agriculture
Planting Decisions: Corn versus Soybeans (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Policy and Competitiveness of U.S. and Brazilian Ethanol
Policy Reforms in World Sugar Markets: What Would Happen?
PORK INDUSTRY AND TRADE
Antibiotics Restrictions: Taking Stock of Denmark’s Experience
Agricultural Impacts of China’s Accession to the WTO
Impacts on Iowa of the Changing Structure of the Pork Industry
Implications for U.S. Pork Trade Following Taiwan’s Export Ban
Integration in the North American Livestock and Meat Industries
Near Term Outlook for the Pork Sector
New Technique to Modify Pork Fats to Promote Better Health
Meat Traceability in Japan
Meat Traceability: Its Effect on Trade
Mexico’s Improving Pork Sector Creates Positives for Imports
The Potential Market for U.S. Pork Variety Meats in China
Record Low Pork Prices in 1998: Transient or Permanent?
The Story Behind the Hog Breeding Herd Revision: When Is a Breeding Animal
Not a Breeding Animal?
Strong Export Growth in “Other” Markets for U.S. Pork
Strong U.S. Pork Exports in 2004: The Story Behind the Numbers
What Would Happen If Over-the-Counter Antibiotics Were Banned in Swine Rations?
Possible Results of Freedom to Farm: A FAPRI Analysis of the Congressional
Compromise on Agriculture
The Potential Market for U.S. Pork Variety Meats in China
Preparing for Soybean Rust (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
8:2:5,8
13:1:1-3,9
1:3:8-9
1:4:5-6
1:2: 2-4
9:2:1-3,10
10:4:4-5,11
11:1:6-7,9
12:2:6-7,11
10:2:4-5,11
9:3:4-5
3:3:9-11
1:2:1,9-12
3:1&2:17
9:3:8-9
1:1:3-4
2:1:9-10
9:4:4-5
8:1:8-9
12:2:10-11
3:1&2:8-10
5:3:9-10
1:3:1-2
12:4:8-9
10:4:8-9,10
6:3:9-10
2:2:1,6-8
3:1&2:8-10
11:2:6-7
IAR Index
Proescholdt, Terry
Risk Assessment for Food Safety: Application and Evaluation of HACCP in
Hog Slaughter and Processing
Processing or Exports: Which Path for U.S. Grain?
Prospects for ACRE Payments in 2009
Public or Private Price Protection?
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10:3:1-3
15:1:1-4
8:1:10
R
Recommended Daily Allowances (RDAs) Soon to Change
Record Low Pork Prices in 1998: Transient or Permanent?
Re-energizing Supply Chains
Renewable Identification Numbers and the Renewable Fuels Standard: How They Support
Corn and Soybean Prices
Rethinking Agricultural Domestic Support under the World Trade Organization
REVENUE INSURANCE. See also INSURANCE; RISK MANAGEMENT
ACRE: Price Support or Crop Insurance?
The Budgetary and Resource Allocation Effects of Revenue Assurance:
Summary of Results
Farm Policy Amid High Prices: Which Direction Will We Take?
Government Costs of Yield and Revenue Insurance
How Revenue Assurance and Yield Insurance Stack Up: A Cost Comparison
Judging the Performance of the 2002 Farm Bill
The New ACRE Program: Frequently Asked Questions
Odds of an ACRE Payment for Corn and Soybean Farmers (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
Prospects for ACRE Payments in 2009
Public or Private Price Protection?
Review of New Revenue Insurance Products
Risk-Free Farming?
Should Government Subsidize Farmers’ Risk Management?
Weak Spots in the Agricultural Safety Net (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
When Is GRIP the Right Choice for Crop Insurance? (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Whole-Farm Revenue Insurance for Crop and Livestock Producers
Would Revenue Insurance Have Paid During the 1993 Flood?
A Review of the New Corn Yield Insurance Futures and Options
Review of New Revenue Insurance Products
Resource and Environmental Policy Division
Targeting Efficiency in the Conservation Security Program
Rial, Tom
Cuba: An Emerging Market for Iowa Agriculture?
Rich Countries, Poor Countries, and the Doha Round Trade Negotiations
Risk Assessment for Food Safety: Application and Evaluation of HACCP in Hog Slaughter
and Processing
Risk-Free Farming?
RISK MANAGEMENT. See also INSURANCE; REVENUE INSURANCE
ACRE: Price Support or Crop Insurance?
Boom Times for Crop Insurance
The Budgetary and Resource Allocation Effects of Revenue Assurance:
Summary of Results
Corn Belt Contributions to the Crop Insurance Industry
Crop Insurance: A Good Deal for Taxpayers?
5:2:3
5:3:9-10
6:2:1-3
15:1:7-9
11:1:4-5,11
15:2:7
1:2:4-7
12:4:1-3,13
2:2:8-10
1:4:8-9
11:2:1-3,11
14:3:4-5,10
15:3:7-10
15:1:1-4
8:1:10
2:2:10-12
10:1:1-3,10
15:2:1-3,10
9:4:6-7
12:1:4-5,9
5:2:8-10
2:4:8-10
2:3:10-11
2:2:10-12
10:1:4-5,10
9:1:4-5,8
8:3:10-11
6:1:6-7
10:1:1-3,10
15:2:7
14:2:10-11
1:2:4-7
14:2:1-3,11
12:3:1-3,10
IAR Index
Crop Insurance: Inside or Outside the Farm Bill?
Disaster Assistance and Crop Insurance: Time for a New Approach?
Disaster Assistance: How Best to Pay When Nature Has Her Way
Drought Tolerance and Risk in the U.S. Crop Insurance Program
Examining the Health of the U.S. Crop Insurance Industry
Guns and Butter, Crop Insurance Reform, and the Farmer Safety Net
How Revenue Assurance and Yield Insurance Stack Up: A Cost Comparison
How to Save Billions in Farm Spending
Income Support or Subsidized Risk Management? Two Agricultural Policy Approaches
Iowa Farming: Evolving Risk and Risk Management
The New ACRE Program: Frequently Asked Questions
New Permanent Disaster Assistance: How It Works and When to Expect Payments
(Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Odds of an ACRE Payment for Corn and Soybean Farmers (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
Preparing for Soybean Rust (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Prospects for ACRE Payments in 2009
Public or Private Price Protection?
Risk-Free Farming?
Risky Business: Measuring Monetary and Nonmonetary Benefits of Insurance Programs
Safety Net Design for the New Farm Bill
Should Government Subsidize Farmers’ Risk Management?
Weak Spots in the Agricultural Safety Net (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
When Is GRIP the Right Choice for Crop Insurance? (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Risky Business: Measuring Monetary and Nonmonetary Benefits of Insurance Programs
Rubin, Ofir
Is Corn Ethanol a Low-Carbon Fuel?
Rude, James
Grains and Oilseed Cropland: A Global Perspective
Rural America and Modern Agriculture: What Kind of Future?
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9:2:8-9
8:4:10-11
15:4:4-7,8
15:4:1-3,8
11:1:1-3,5
1:4:8-9
13:4:4-7
1:4:12-14
2:4:12-13
14:3:4-5,10
14:3:6-7,10
15:3:7-10
11:2:6-7
15:1:1-4
8:1:10
10:1:1-3,10
1:3:6-7
11:3:1-3,12
15:2:1-3,10
9:4:6-7
12:1:4-5,9
1:3:6-7
13:4:1-3,10
3:1&2:12-14
8:2:1-3
S
Saak, Alexander
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
Safety Net Design for the New Farm Bill
Secchi, Sylvia
Impact of High Corn Prices on Conservation Reserve Program Acreage
Living with Hogs in Rural Iowa
Targeting Efficiency in the Conservation Security Program
A Second Look at Subsidies and Supply
Sell or Store? CARD’s Web-Based Decision Aid Is Now Available
Shifting Corn Basis Patterns (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Should Government Subsidize Farmers’ Risk Management?
Smith, Darnell
Agriculture’s Next Ten Years: 1996 Iowa Baseline
7:4:6-7, 10
8:1:6-7,12
8:2:6-7,10
8:3:6-8
8:4:6-7,9
9:2:6-7,10
9:3:6-7,9
11:3:1-3,12
13:2:4-5,7
9:3:1-3
10:1:4-5,10
6:1:3
5:4:6
13:3:8-10
15:2:1-3,10
2:4:6-8
IAR Index
Bulletin on Senate 1996 Farm Bill
Budget Cut Proposals
CARD 1995 Iowa Baseline Results
Comparing the House and Senate Farm Bill Proposals
Economic Impacts of CRP on Communities
The FAPRI Process of Analysis
FAPRI 1996 Baseline: Projections under the FAIR Act
FAPRI 1995 Baseline Results
Farm Bill Options and Iowa Agriculture
The Future of the Conservation Reserve Program
Government Costs of Yield and Revenue Insurance
Grains and Oilseed Cropland: A Global Perspective
Hard Choices
How Iowa Stacks Up Under the 1996 Freedom to Farm Payments
How Revenue Assurance and Yield Insurance Stack Up: A Cost Comparison
If Ethanol Demand Changes, What Happens To Farm Prices?
The Impact of 1996 Weather on Crop Markets
Iowa Crop Insurance: What is the Coverage Level?
Iowa Farming: Evolving Risk and Risk Management
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
The Look of the “New” Conservation Reserve Program
The 1995 Farm Bill
Outlook for U.S. Corn and Soybeans in 1996
Possible Results of Freedom to Farm: A FAPRI Analysis of the Congressional
Compromise on Agriculture
Review of New Revenue Insurance Products
Risky Business: Measuring Monetary and Nonmonetary Benefits of Insurance Programs
Specialty Soybeans: New Markets for Iowa
Stocks-to-Use Ratios and Grain Price Volatility
The Story Behind the Hog Breeding Herd Revision: When Is a Breeding Animal
Not a Breeding Animal?
Summary of the 1996 Farm Bill: The Federal Agriculture Improvement and
Reform (FAIR) Act of 1996
Three Corners: FAPRI Examination of Farm Bill Alternatives
Weather Shocks, Iowa Agriculture, and Agricultural Policy
Weather Uncertainty and Financial Risk
What’s Ahead For Iowa Crops?
Would Revenue Insurance Have Paid During the 1993 Flood?
Splashing and Dashing Biodiesel
SOYBEANS
Acreage Shifts Follow Price Signals (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Agriculture on Record Pace (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
A Billion Gallons of Biodiesel: Who Benefits?
Booming Commodities: How Long Will It Last?
Can South America Pick Up the Soybean Slack?
Corn or Soybeans for 2009?
Crop Outlook for 2009
CRP Acreage on the Horizon
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight
New Uses for Soybean Products
24
2:2:5
1:3:3-4
1:3:8-9
2:1:4-6
2:2:12-14
3:1&2:10-11
2:3:7-9
1:2:7-9
1:4:5-6
2:3:12-14
2:2:8-10
3:1&2:12-14
1:3:11-13
2:4:14
1:4:8-9
2:1:7-9
2:4:1-4
2:3:11-12
2:4:12-13
4:1:4-5
3:3:1-5
1:1:14
2:3:2-5
2:2:1,6-8
2:2:10-12
1:3:6-7
1:3:10-11
2:2:2-4
1:3:1-2
2:3:5-7
1:3:1,4-6
1:4:2-4
1:3:13-14
2:1:2-4
2:4:8-10
14:4:6-7,11
12:6-7,11
10:4:6-7,10
14:1:6-8
10:2:1-3
12:3:8
15:1:10-11
15:2:8-9
12:2:8-9
10:3:6-7
5:2:11
IAR Index
25
Odds of an ACRE Payment for Corn and Soybean Farmers (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
15:3:7-10
Outlook for U.S. Corn and Soybeans in 1996
2:3:2-5
Planting Decisions: Corn versus Soybeans (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
11:1:6-7,9
Preparing for Soybean Rust (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
11:2:6-7
Processing or Exports: Which Path for U.S. Grain?
10:3:1-3
Renewable Identification Numbers and the Renewable Fuels Standard: How They
Support Corn and Soybean Prices
15:1:7-9
Specialty Soybeans: New Markets for Iowa
1:3:10-11
What’s Ahead For Iowa Crops?
2:1:2-4
STARLINK CORN
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
7:1:6-8
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
7:2:4-7
Steady Supplies or Stockpiles? Dried Distillers Grains and U.S. Beef Production
14:1:4-5,11
Strong Export Growth in “Other” Markets for U.S. Pork
12:4:8-9
Strong U.S. Pork Exports in 2004: The Story Behind the Numbers
10:4:8-9,10
SUBSIDIES, AGRICULTURAL. See also FARM BILL 1996, FARM BILL 2002, FARM BILL 2008
ACRE: Price Support or Crop Insurance?
15:2:7
Agricultural Payments to Iowa under Alternative Programs
4:1:1-3
Agricultural Policy Update: Are FAIR’s Payment Formulas Fair?
6:3:1-3
Breaking the Link between Food and Biofuels
14:3:1-2,9
Can Subsidies Hurt Iowa’s Agriculture?
5:4:7-8
Cheap Food and Farm Subsidies: Policy Impacts of a Mythical Connection
12:2:1-3
The Concentration of U.S. Agricultural Subsidies
7:4:8-9
Creation of a WTO-Friendly Farm Safety Net
10:4:1-3
Crop Insurance: A Good Deal for Taxpayers?
12:3:1-3,10
Crop Insurance: Inside or Outside the Farm Bill?
13:1:1-3,9
Farm Policy Amid High Prices: Which Direction Will We Take?
12:4:1-3,13
Farm Programs, Fuel Mandates, and Agricultural Prosperity
13:3:1-3
Government Payments to Supplement Iowa Farm Income
5:1:1-2
Guns and Butter, Crop Insurance Reform, and the Farmer Safety Net
11:1:1-3,5
High Yields, Low Prices, and High Government Payments
12:1:10-11
How Iowa Stacks Up Under the 1996 Freedom to Farm Payments
2:4:14
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight
10:3:6-7
How to Save Billions in Farm Spending
13:4:4-7
Income Support or Subsidized Risk Management? Two Agricultural Policy Approaches
1:4:12-14
Judging the Performance of the 2002 Farm Bill
11:2:1-3,11
Local and Global Perspectives on the New U.S. Farm Policy
8:3:1-3
The New ACRE Program: Frequently Asked Questions
14:3:4-5,10
New Permanent Disaster Assistance: How It Works and When to Expect Payments
(Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
14:3:6-7,10
The Next Farm Bill: Is It Time for Conservation Payments?
7:3:1-3
Odds of an ACRE Payment for Corn and Soybean Farmers (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight)
15:3:7-10
Payment Limitations and U.S. Farm Policy
9:2:1-3,10
Policy Reforms in World Sugar Markets: What Would Happen?
10:2:4-5,11
Prospects for ACRE Payments in 2009
15:1:1-4
Public or Private Price Protection?
8:1:10
Renewable Identification Numbers and the Renewable Fuels Standard: How They
Support Corn and Soybean Prices
15:1:7-9
Risk-Free Farming?
10:1:1-3,10
IAR Index
Safety Net Design for the New Farm Bill
A Second Look at Subsidies and Supply
Should Government Subsidize Farmers’ Risk Management?
The WTO Picture After the Cotton Ruling
Supporting U.S. Agriculture under World Trade Organization Rules
Swenson, David
ISU, IEFC Issue State Income Growth and Tax Projections
26
11:3:1-3,12
6:1:3
15:2:1-3,10
11:2:10-11
8:1:1-3
5:1:6-7
T
Targeting Efficiency in the Conservation Security Program
10:1:4-5,10
10 Years of the Iowa Ag Review
10:4:12
Three Corners: FAPRI Examination of Farm Bill Alternatives
1:3:4-6
Three-Year Outlook for Iowa Agriculture
5:1:2-3
Tokgoz, Simla
Policy and Competitiveness of U.S. and Brazilian Ethanol
12:2:6-7,11
Trade, Wealth Creation, and American Agriculture
7:4:1-3
TRADE, COUNTRY EFFECTS ON
After the Ban: U.S. Beef Exports to Japan Lag Demand
13:1:10-11
Agricultural Biotechnology and Trade: The Unresolved Issues
9:4:8-10
Agricultural Impacts of China’s Accession to the WTO
3:3:9-11
Agricultural Trade with a Weak Dollar (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
14:2:8-9
Animal Identification Is Key to Restarting Beef Exports to Japan
11:1:8-9
CAFTA’s Projected Impact on U.S. Sugar
11:3:8-9
Can South America Pick Up the Soybean Slack?
12:3:8
Cheap Food and Farm Subsidies: Policy Impacts of a Mythical Connection
12:2:1-3
China’s Accession to the WTO: Effects on U.S. Pork and Poultry
7:3:9
China’s Challenge: Conforming to Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures for
Agricultural Exports
10:2:8-10
China’s Growing Market for Dairy Products
10:3:10-11
Comparing Grain Transportation in the United States and Argentina
6:4:6-7, 8
Competitiveness and Protection of Chinese Agriculture
6:4:9-10
The Cost of Food Self-Sufficiency and Agricultural Protection in South Korea
8:1:4-5
Cuba: An Emerging Market for Iowa Agriculture?
9:1:4-5,8
Dairy Policies Around the World: What Would We Gain from Getting Rid of Them?
6:1:7-8
Dietary Change in China’s Cities: Empirical Fact or Urban Legend?
13:1:4-5
The E.U. Export Tax: Impact on U.S. Markets
2:4:5-6
European Union Agricultural Reforms: Impacts for Iowa
5:4:8-9
E.U.-U.S. Beef Hormone Trade Dispute
5:3:1-3
FAPRI Analyzes the U.S. Proposal to the WTO
12:1:6-8
The GATT Agreement: A Layperson’s Description
1:1:6-7
Global Prospects for Dairy in Argentina and Chile and Lessons for U.S. Dairy Industries 12:3:4-5,10
GMOs in Europe: A Genetically Modified Ordeal?
5:3:3, 7-8
Grain Market Glut: Asia a Minor Player
4:1:9-10
Grains and Oilseed Cropland: A Global Perspective
3:1&2:12-14
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight
10:3:6-7
Implications for U.S. Pork Trade Following Taiwan’s Export Ban
3:1&2:17
Implications of the GATT Agreement for Iowa Agriculture
1:1:7-8
Integration in the North American Livestock and Meat Industries
9:3:8-9
International Developments
1:1:5
Local and Global Perspectives on the new U.S. Farm Policy
8:3:1-3
IAR Index
Mexico’s Improving Pork Sector Creates Positives for Imports
NAFTA: Implications for Mexican and Midwestern Agriculture
Policy and Competitiveness of U.S. and Brazilian Ethanol
Policy Reforms in World Sugar Markets: What Would Happen?
The Potential Market for U.S. Pork Variety Meats in China
Preparing for Soybean Rust (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
Rich Countries, Poor Countries, and the Doha Round Trade Negotiations
Specialty Soybeans: New Markets for Iowa
Splashing and Dashing Biodiesel
Strong Export Growth in “Other” Markets for U.S. Pork
Strong U.S. Pork Exports in 2004: The Story Behind the Numbers
Unfair Trade: Culprits and Victims
U.S. Agriculture and the Value of the Dollar
U.S. Beef Faces Challenges in Korea Before Reaching Full Potential
World Trade Impacts of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Taiwan
The WTO Picture After the Cotton Ruling
TRANSPORTATION
Comparing Grain Transportation in the United States and Argentina
Corn Prices, Basis, and Transportation
Processing or Exports: Which Path for U.S. Grain
Splashing and Dashing Biodiesel
Transportation Changes Increase Risk for Country Elevators
Who’s Using All the Ethanol?
27
12:2:10-11
7:1:9-12
12:2:6-7,11
10:2:4-5,11
3:1&2:8-10
11:2:6-7
8:3:10-11
1:3:10-11
14:4:6-7,11
12:4:8-9
10:4:8-9,10
12:1:1-3
9:3:10-11
15:1:5-6
3:3:5-9
11:2:10-11
6:4:6-7, 8
11:4:4-5,9
10:3:1-3
14:4:6-7,11
3:1&2:14-16
14:4:4-5
U
Unfair Trade: Culprits and Victims
Unnevehr, Laurian
Risk Assessment for Food Safety: Application and Evaluation of HACCP in
Hog Slaughter and Processing
U.S. Agricultural Exports
U.S. Agriculture and the Value of the Dollar
U.S. Beef Faces Challenges in Korea Before Reaching Full Potential
U.S. Biodiesel Production: Recent Developments and Prospects
U.S. Farm Policy and the WTO
U.S. Sweetener Consumption Trends and Dietary Guidelines
USDA Honors the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute
USDA’s Nutrition Education Program Pays Long-Term Benefits
12:1:1-3
6:1:6-7
3:1&2:5-6
9:3:10-11
15:1:5-6
13:2:8-9,11
7:2:1-3, 7
11:1:10-11
8:3:13
7:2:9-10
V
Valuing Water Quality in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems
10:3:4-5
W
Water Cleanup: What’s the Economic Impact for Iowa Communities?
WATER QUALITY POLICY
The Costs and Benefits of Conservation Practices in Iowa
Costs and Benefits of Fixing Gulf Hypoxia
Environmental Issues in the 1995 Farm Bill
Valuing Water Quality in Midwestern Lake Ecosystems
11:2:4-5
12:4:10-12
14:4:8-10
1:1:12-13
10:3:4-5
IAR Index
28
Water Cleanup: What’s the Economic Impact for Iowa Communities?
11:2:4-5
Water Quality Research: A Collaborative Effort
9:1:9
Will Freedom to Farm Harm the Environment?
2:4:10-11
Willingness to Pay for Clear Lake Cleanup
7:3:4-5,8
Water Quality Research: A Collaborative Effort
9:1:9
Weak Spots in the Agricultural Safety Net (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
9:4:6-7
WEATHER EFFECTS
Disaster Assistance: How Best to Pay When Nature Has Her Way
8:4:10-11
Drought Tolerance and Risk in the U.S. Crop Insurance Program
15:4:4-7,8
The Impact of 1996 Weather on Crop Markets
2:4:1-4
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
6:1:4-5.8
Weather and Yields
1:1:2-3
Weather Shocks, Iowa Agriculture, and Agricultural Policy
1:4:2-4
Weather Uncertainty and Financial Risk
1:3:13-14
Weather Volatility and Farm Bill Options
1:4:6-8
Wendt, Noah
Modified Corn: Will Livestock Producers Buy It?
6:2:4-5, 9
What Would Happen if Over-the-Counter Antibiotics Were Banned in Swine Rations?
6:3:9-10
What’s Ahead For Iowa Crops?
2:1:2-4
When Is GRIP the Right Choice for Crop Insurance? (Agricultural Situation Spotlight)
12:1:4-5,9
When Will the Bubble Burst?
14:1:1-3,8
Whither Farm Policy?
5:4:1-3, 6
Who Is Afraid of the “Precautionary Principle”?
7:4:4-5
Who Reads Iowa Ag Review?
2:2:14
Who’s Using All the Ethanol?
14:4:4-5
Who Will Have Surplus Corn?
13:1:8-9
Whole-Farm Revenue Insurance for Crop and Livestock Producers
5:2:8-10
Will Freedom to Farm Harm the Environment?
2:4: 10-11
Willingness to Pay for Clear Lake Cleanup
7:3:4-5,8
World Trade Impacts of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Taiwan
3:3:5-9
WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION
Agricultural Biotechnology and Trade: The Unresolved Issues
9:4:8-10
Agricultural Impacts of China’s Accession to the WTO
3:3:9-11
China’s Accession to the WTO: Effects on U.S. Pork and Poultry
7:3:9
Competitiveness and Protection of Chinese Agriculture
6:4:9-10
Creation of a WTO-Friendly Farm Safety Net
10:4:1-3
E.U.-U.S. Beef Hormone Trade Dispute
5:3:1-3
FAPRI Analyzes the U.S. Proposal to the WTO
12:1:6-8
Geographical Indications, Property Rights, and Value-Added Agriculture
9:4:1-3
Geographical Indications, the WTO, and Iowa-80 Beef
11:2:8-9
Global Prospects for Dairy in Argentina and Chile and Lessons for U.S. Dairy Industries 12:3:4-5,10
How the Brazil-U.S. Cotton Dispute Could Affect Iowa’s Agriculture (Agricultural
Situation Spotlight
10:3:6-7
Iowa’s Agricultural Situation
7:2:4-7
Local and Global Perspectives on the New U.S. Farm Policy
8:3:1-3
Policy Reforms in World Sugar Markets: What Would Happen?
10:2:4-5,11
Rethinking Agricultural Domestic Support under the World Trade Organization
11:1:4-5,11
Rich Countries, Poor Countries, and the Doha Round Trade Negotiations
8:3:10-11
Supporting U.S. Agriculture under World Trade Organization Rules
8:1:1-3
Unfair Trade: Culprits and Victims
12:1:1-3
U.S. Farm Policy and the WTO
7:2:1-3, 7
The WTO Picture After the Cotton Ruling
11:2:10-11
IAR Index
Would Revenue Insurance Have Paid During the 1993 Flood?
The WTO Picture After the Cotton Ruling
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2:4:8-10
11:2:10-11
Y
Yu, Tun-Hsiang (Edward)
Corn Prices, Basis, and Transportation
Yu, Tian
Drought Tolerance and Risk in the U.S. Crop Insurance Program
11:4:4-5,9
15:4:4-7,8
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