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Oklahoma Pasture Rental Rates: 2018-19

Rental agreements and rates are influenced by the landowner’s costs, the tenant’s expected earnings, previous rates charged, competition for the land, governmen...

Business Strategy & MarketingCrop EconomicsFarm & Ranch FinancesLeasing & Rental Rates
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Oklahoma Cropland Rental Rates: 2018-19

The results of a statewide farmland leasing survey conducted in 2018 are reported here.

Business Strategy & MarketingCrop EconomicsFarm & Ranch FinancesLeasing & Rental Rates
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Wheat Grazeout versus Harvest for Grain

An explanation of partial budgeting, why it is beneficial, and especially how it applies to growing wheat.

Budgets & RecordkeepingBusiness Planning & ManagementCrop EconomicsCropsFarm & Ranch FinancesGrains & OilseedsWheat
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Oklahoma Candy Onion Production: Projected Net Income, Price Risk, and Yield Risk

Oklahoma producers traditionally produce forages, small grains, and cattle. As national consumption of fruits and vegetables is on the rise1, some producers are...

Crop EconomicsCropsFarm & Ranch FinancesMarket OutlooksOrganic & Sustainable
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Agribusiness Management Series Oklahoma Canola Systems vs. Continuous Wheat Budget Comparison

A downloadable series designed to assist producer’s project returns from canola systems in comparison to continuous wheat.

Crop EconomicsFarm & Ranch Finances
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Economic Viability of Grain Sorghum and Corn as a Function of Irrigation Capacity

This report is of an economic analysis to determine the short-term and long-term profitability of corn and grain sorghum at irrigation capacities ranging from 6.4 to 0.8 gallons per minute per acre.

Budgets & RecordkeepingBusiness Planning & ManagementCornCrop EconomicsCropsFarm & Ranch FinancesGrain Sorghum - MiloGrains & OilseedsIrrigationWater
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