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Authors: Parcell, Joseph L.
Schroeder, Ted C.
Hiner, Frina D.
Issue Date: 1995-12
Abstract: Cow-calf prices are determined by interaction of many factors. At a particular auction, cow-calf pair prices often had a range of 75% of the mean price. This variability suggests that producers need to be informed regarding cow-calf price determinants. This study uses auction data during 1993 to estimate price differentials associated with cow-calf pair characteristics using a hedonic model. Cow breed, age, health, conditions, horns, frame, and whether the cow had been bred back were significant price determinants. Calf weight, health, and frame had significant price impacts. Highest prices were paid for pens containing 9-12 pairs of young Angus, dehorned, bred back, healthy cows with heavy healthy calves.
Institution/Association: Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics>Volume 20, Number 02, December 1995
Total Pages: 13
Language: English
From Page: 328
To Page: 340
Collections:Volume 20, Number 02, December 1995

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