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000015788 245__ $$aPOTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS OF PRODUCTION VARIABILITY ON AGRIBUSINESS: THE CASE OF COTTON GINNING IN MISSISSIPPI
000015788 260__ $$c1999
000015788 269__ $$a1999
000015788 270__ $$mhudson@agecon.msstate.edu$$pHudson,   Darren
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000015788 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000015788 446__ $$aEnglish
000015788 490__ $$aResearch Report 99-010
000015788 520__ $$aCotton ginning represents an agribusiness that is heavily dependent on production agriculture.  Recent changes in farm legislation and other government policies may have a long run impact on the variability of cotton production.  This paper examines the potential impacts of increased production variability on the cotton ginning industry in Mississippi.  A programming model is used to derive the optimal structure of the ginning industry under certainty.  Potential implications of production variability are discussed and extensions to the model are proposed.
000015788 650__ $$aAgribusiness
000015788 6531_ $$acotton
000015788 6531_ $$aginning
000015788 6531_ $$aproduction variability
000015788 6531_ $$amathematical programming
000015788 700__ $$aBoyd, Shawn
000015788 700__ $$aHudson, Darren
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