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.
Aug 12, 2016 ... Across the United States as well as in other postindustrial countries, rural ... with
social dissonance and perceived cultural conflict (Haggerty et al. ... Colorado
also has a larger population and more urbanized counties than Wyoming. ..... and
divide the acres of agriculture by the total county land area (acres).
To explain the large differences in labor productivity across U.S. states we es-
timate two ... worker in the most productive state was two thirds larger than in the
Sep 18, 2014 ... The expansion of row crop agriculture in the US is a major threat to grassland ...
Acreage responseAgricultural commoditiesBioenergyGrassland birds ... to
disturbance in more diverse ecosystems (Balvanera et al. 2006). .... models to
quantify the impacts of land-use change (Mouysset et al. ...... (\(-\)0.015).
Feb 7, 2013 ... At the same time, differences in state regulations allow us to isolate ... We
conclude in section V. ... Land use efficiency could improve as more of the skilled
obtain the ... Mortgage debt per acre increased 135% from 1910 to 1920, .... 1910
Agricultural Census and world commodity prices from Blattman et. al ...
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
shock to fundamentals and land prices becomes more attenuated. ... However,
an interesting feature of credit markets in the 1920s allows us to offer .... Section
IV takes up the issue of causality, and Section V focuses on the .... provides
survey data on the average price of farm land per acre for roughly 3000 .... Haber
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).
farms have gross farm sales less than $50,000 and, on average, lose money
farming. ... cording to the most recent Census of Agriculture (2002), there were
about. 2.1 million .... 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
areuea.org/conferences/pdf/papers/areuea website/Elizabeth Kopits.pdf
TDRs may result in more efficient land allocations, without requiring the ...
approximately 90,000 acres of land in the U.S. but that 40,000 of those acres ...
best used in combination with broader land use policies are emphasized by
Fulton et al .... number of baseline zoning lots plus TDR lots must be equal to or
less than the ....