The Center for Ag Profitability will build on strengths present in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Department of Agricultural Economics through collaboration with other research and education units within IANR and the University of Nebraska system. It aims to serve agricultural producers, agribusiness professionals, and the economy in Nebraska and beyond.
The center will focus concerted effort among social science, biological, and engineering disciplines to provide the research and educational programs required to keep Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers financially healthy.
Nebraska Extension educators bring entrepreneurship education to Georgia and Armenia, Molly Brandt, Marilyn R. Schlake, and Ryan Evans
Higher Cattle Prices Are Good but Wide Profit Margins Are Better, Elliott Dennis
Early Herd Rebuilding Could Happen Through the Bred Cow Market, Elliott James Dennis
Heifers on Feed Indicate Long-Term Liquidation Still Occurring, Elliott James Dennis
The Changing Cost of Cattle Transportation, Elliott James Dennis
Managing Calf Market Risk with LRP in 2023, Jay Parsons
Tensions Surrounding US Beef Exports to China, Elliott James Dennis
The Impact of Low Stocks-to-use Ratio and the Ukraine-Russia Conflict on the Distillers-to-Corn Price Ratio, Elliott James Dennis
Value of Gain on Winter Backgrounded Cattle, Elliott James Dennis
Regional Minimums in the U.S. Beef Complex, Elliott James Dennis and Bradley Lubben