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Unpublished Paper
GIS-based environmental and economic analysis of integrated crop-livestock production systems in southern Iowa
Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports
  • U. Sunday Tim, Iowa State University
  • Robert W. Jolly, Iowa State University
  • Daniel Otto, Iowa State University
Project ID
1992-56
Abstract

Crop and livestock production are important economic components for many rural com­ munities. In 1992, Iowa led the nation in corn and hog production, and ranked second, third, seventh, and eighth, respectively in soybean, cattle and calves, poultry, and dairy cow pro­ duction. Livestock and livestock products generated over 64% of the state's total cash farm receipts during 1992—more than $6.5 billion sales at the farm level.

Principal Investigator(s)
U. Sunday Tim
Co-Investigator(s)
Robert W. Jolly, Daniel Otto
Year of Grant Completion
1995
Citation Information
U. Sunday Tim, Robert W. Jolly and Daniel Otto. "GIS-based environmental and economic analysis of integrated crop-livestock production systems in southern Iowa" (1995)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tim/9/