The Journal of Applied Farm Economics (JAFE) serves as a vehicle for publishing applied research articles and notes, reviews, and teaching case studies related to the business of production agriculture. Interdisciplinary submissions are encouraged.
Subjects covered by JAFE include but are not limited to: animal and crop production, risk management, risk aversion, animal welfare, sustainability, precision farming, portfolio analysis, estate planning, succession planning, farmland values, land tenure and rental, strategy, growth, budgeting, technology, efficiency and productivity, cost of capital, margin hedging, decision analysis, liquidity, marketing, hedging, crop insurance, machinery, capital budgeting, optimal replacement, leasing, real options, derivatives, farm finance, capital structure, on-farm experiments, forming expectations, contracting, agricultural policy, input markets, managing inputs use, custom operations, organic farming, direct marketing, farmers’ markets, input and manure management, price forecasting, benchmarking, financial forecasting, farm human resources, accounting and taxation, farm law, appraisal, cooperatives, teaching farm management, farm management case studies, farm simulation modeling, and farm math programming models.
Volume 1, Issue 1 (2017)
Succession Planning and Perceived Obstacles and Attractions for Future Generations Entering Beef Cattle Production
Lee L. Schulz, Georgeanne M. Artz, and Patrick J. Gunn
Price Relationships between Calves and Yearlings: An Updated Structural Change Assessment
Glynn T. Tonsor and Emily Mollohan
- Timothy G. Baker, Purdue University
- Elizabeth A. Yeager, Kansas State University
- Associate Editors
- Michael R. Langemeier, Purdue University
- James Mintert, Purdue University
- Levi Russell, University of Georgia