Category: Studies

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Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, Management, Policy, Studies

Economic Consequences of New Federal and State Regulations to Limit Antibiotic Use in Livestock

Commodities & markets, Studies, Wine & winegrapes

The True Value of California Wine Grapes

Commodities & markets, International issues, Management, Policy, Studies

US Farm Policy and Trade: The Inconsistency Continues

Commodities & markets, Costs & returns, Management, Studies

New Cost Studies released – Sweet Cherries in SJV under micro-sprinklers and Spanish version of Strawberry study

AIC news, Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, Food security, International issues, Management, Policy, Studies

AIC Associate Director Julian Alston – awards and honors

Commodities & markets, Studies, Wine & winegrapes

Best paper, Agricultural Economics journal 2016 – Consumer knowledge affects valuation of product attributes: Experimental results for wine

Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, Management, Media, Studies

Pollen spreading is bees’ sweetness

Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, Management, Studies

Bee-conomics Revisited: A Decade of New Data Is Consistent with the Market Hypothesis

AIC news, Costs & returns, Management, Studies, Wine & winegrapes

AIC researcher Alicia Hoepfner presented at the 3rd Annual Sustainable Winegrowing Workshop for Agricultural Professionals.

Commodities & markets, Costs & returns, Management, Studies

AIC Releases Two New Cost Studies – Cling and Processing Peaches

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