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000031150 245__ $$aFEEDER CATTLE PRICE SLIDES
000031150 260__ $$c2001-07
000031150 269__ $$a2001-07
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000031150 336__ $$aJournal Article
000031150 446__ $$aEnglish
000031150 520__ $$aA theoretical model is developed to explain the economics of determining price slides for feeder cattle.  The contract is viewed as a dynamic game with continuous strategies where the buyer and seller are the players.  The model provides a solution for the price slide that guarantees an unbiased estimate of cattle weight.  An empirical model using Superior Livestock Auction (SLA) data shows price slides used are smaller than those needed to cause the producer to give unbiased estimates of weight.  Consistent with the model's predictions, producers slightly underestimate cattle weights.
000031150 650__ $$aDemand and Price Analysis
000031150 700__ $$aBrorsen, B. Wade
000031150 700__ $$aCoulibaly, Nouhoun
000031150 700__ $$aRichter, Francisca G.-C.
000031150 700__ $$aBailey, DeeVon
000031150 773__ $$dJuly 2001$$jVolume 26$$kNumber 1$$o308$$q291$$tJournal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
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000031150 982__ $$gJournal of Agricultural and Resource Economics>Volume 26, Number 01, July 2001
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