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000029739 245__ $$aECONOMICS OF PURCHASING GENETICALLY SUPERIOR BEEF BULLS
000029739 260__ $$c1984-12
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000029739 336__ $$aJournal Article
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000029739 520__ $$aNet present value analysis is used to derive the marginal bid price for a beef herd sire from after-tax net revenues and cash flow influenced by genetic improvements.  Marginal bid price represents the additional amount a producer could pay, above the present value of the current beef herd sire, for a sire expected to exhibit superior performance as reflected by increased average weaning weights of offspring.  An analysis of the profitability of purchasing a breeding bull for a commercial beef cow herd is presented as an application.  Several alternative scenarios illustrate the impact of selected determinants on the marginal bid price of a bull.
000029739 650__ $$aLivestock Production/Industries
000029739 700__ $$aClary, Gregory M.
000029739 700__ $$aJordan, Johnny W.
000029739 700__ $$aThompson, Carl Eugene
000029739 773__ $$dDecember 1984$$jVolume 16$$kNumber 2$$o36$$q31$$tSouthern Journal of Agricultural Economics
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000029739 982__ $$gSouthern Journal of Agricultural Economics>Volume 16, Number 02, December 1984
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