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000032068 245__ $$aCOMMODITY PROGRAM SLIPPAGE RATES FOR CORN AND WHEAT
000032068 260__ $$c1990-12
000032068 269__ $$a1990-12
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000032068 520__ $$aSlippage rates for corn and wheat are estimated using a simultaneous system explaining per-acre yields, input usage, technical change, and levels of participation in government programs. Soybeans are included due to cross-compliance requirements and because they substitute for corn in production. Slippage rates for wheat are in the range of 29-37% and for corn in the range of 48-58%. The results imply that efficient design of commodity programs must account for the slippage of aggregate yields due to changes in land quality and the use of constrained resources over fewer acres.
000032068 650__ $$aCrop Production/Industries
000032068 700__ $$aLove, H. Alan
000032068 700__ $$aFoster, William E.
000032068 773__ $$dDecember 1990$$jVolume 15$$kNumber 2$$o281$$q272$$tWestern Journal of Agricultural Economics
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000032068 982__ $$gWestern Journal of Agricultural Economics>Volume 15, Number 02, December 1990
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