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The Farmer and the Rancher
Scientia
  • David A. Hennessy, Michigan State University
  • Hongli Feng, Michigan State University
  • Mike Wimberly, South Dakota State University
  • Tong Wang, South Dakota State University
  • Adnan Akyüz, North Dakota State University
  • Peter Wolter, Iowa State University
  • Larry Janssen, South Dakota State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Version
Published Version
Publication Date
8-17-2017
DOI
10.26320/SCIENTIA11
Abstract
Vast, dry, and flat. The Great Plains of the continental US stretch from the foot of the Rockies through to the grasslands by the Mississippi, as far north as Canada and as far south as Texas. Covering 1.3 million square kilometres (a size roughly equivalent to Peru), it is renowned for being an immense expanse of farms and paddocks, with a tree, a creek or a town thrown in for variety every so often.
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This article is published as David A Hennessy, Hongli Feng, Mike Wimberly, Tong Wang, Adnan Akyüz, Peter Wolter, Larry Janssen. The Farmer and the Rancher. scientia.global (2017). doi: 10.26320/SCIENTIA11 . Posted with permission.

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Citation Information
David A. Hennessy, Hongli Feng, Mike Wimberly, Tong Wang, et al.. "The Farmer and the Rancher" Scientia (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/peter-wolter/24/