During the 1850s, land in U.S. farms increased by more than a third—100 million
... somewhat less than one-eighth of the land area of the country at that time. ... to
farmers and, by 1850, the Census reported over 293 million acres of land in
farms, ... widely recognized (Primack 1962; Primack 1977; Atack, Bateman et al.
Jan 7, 2014 ... To explain the large differences in labor productivity across U.S. ... worker in the
most productive state was two ... to be the labor, capital, and land present in a ....
c, DS be employment per acre in state s, and D ...... capital are in line with Teresa
Garcia-Mila et al. (1994). B. State versus Distribution Effects.
ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/205787/2/2015 AAEA meeting, Adaptive behavior of U.S.farms to climate and risk.pdf
acreage by 1.0% and 1.6%, 4) soybean acreage is more sensitive to summer
drought, and 5) ... The region also produces roughly 64% of U.S. corn and ...
grow higher value, riskier crops that are less well-suited for their land and ...
deveer and Deal, 2004; Walter et al, 2013).3 Wu (1999) analyzes the effects of
Reserve Program (CRP), the largest U.S. conser- ... over 1995-1997 and predict
that 42/ of CRP acres ... viewing (Ribaudo et al. ... with trees appeared less likely
to be returned ... Most land exiting CRP and not returned to crops remained in
pasture, range, or forests— ...... observed total of 2,237.9 thousand acres (62.6V).
U.S. Department of Agriculture [USDA] farm household surveys, initiated ...
cording to the most recent Census of Agriculture (2002), there were about ....
since approximately half of the 2 billion acres of U.S. land is in some type .... over
time, not to mention transitory output variations (Stanton et al. ...... Lambson, V.
Do overlapping land rights reduce agricultural investment? Evidence from ...
about and, if yes, what measures will be most effective in confronting it. ...
overlapping property rights enables us to assess whether, and if yes to what
extent, such laws have .... tenants' ability to make investments, remains limited (
Deininger et al.
Jul 8, 2010 ... Benefit of A&B Irrigation District, et al., Idaho Department of. Water Resources at
55 ... Schodde v. Twin Falls Land & Water Co., 224 U.S. 107.
One-third of the forestland in the U.S. is owned by 10.4 million family forest
owners. Their collective ... However, to date, less than 6% of the family forest
owners ... We found that family forest owners with larger land holdings were more
likely ..... participate in programs with a focus on harvesting (McDonald et al.,.
Mar 29, 2016 ... In a review of 60 U.S. incentive programs across 29 states, Noah ... adoption of
specific conservation actions (Koontz 2001; Farmer et al. ... tax reductions that
assessed land values at $1/acre (State of Indiana .... management strategies than
younger landowners (P = 0.015). ... Education: less than HS (vs.
Aug 20, 2012 ... See "Reply to Lombi et al. ... Given that half of US biosolids are disposed to land (
8), biosolids with ... As of 2009, there were 77.5 million US acres planted with
soybean, ... Low nano-CeO2 concentrations exerted the most impact on leaf ...
plant growth was reduced in the low nano-CeO2 treatment, and less ....