The following datasets are provided for research and additional analysis. Each data set includes all townships in Ohio, geographic ID and County FIPS ID. (Data sets are available in Microsoft Excel Format) Township Population: 1960 to 2000 Township Po ...
As a byproduct of the Exurban Change Project Ohio maps at varying geographic scales are available. The geographic coverage for most maps are at the township level or focus on township data at other geographic scales. Detailed township maps are also avai ...
MILC Program Information
The following information is provided to assist you in understanding the MILC Evaluation program, calculating production and payment levels, and finding the appropriate forms. All producers desiring to participate in the MILC Evaluation Program as authori ...
Ohio Geographic Focus
GEOGRAPHIC FOCUS Although the analysis conducted by the exurban change project varies in scale from local to regional, data collected for the project is primarily at the sub-county level. This includes data at the township, place, block group and census ...
Township Resource Books: (In Adobe Acrobat PDF Format) Section 1: Township Population Characteristics and Change- Contents: Township Population, Population Change, and Population Density 1960 to 2000 · Section 1: Township Level Population Char ...
Country Contribution to World Economic Activity and Growth
Assessment and Comparison of Farm Safety Net Proposals
Ten Farm Bill proposals as of October 6, 2011 are examined for similarities and differences. As a group, the proposals are a significant and important evolutionary improvement in the design of a risk management farm safety net, a step that began with the ...
Sustainability of Large Payments by ACRE
Like any risk management program, ACRE can make large payments. Given current revenue levels and a large decline in revenue, ACRE payments could exceed $10 billion in a year. However, unlike the marketing loan rate and counter-cyclical target price, ACRE’ ...
Biotechnology and U.S. Crop Yield Trends
Biotechnology varieties first became available for commercial use in the U.S. in 1996. By 2011, they accounted for 88%, 90%, and 94% of the acres planted to corn, upland cotton, and soybeans, respectively (U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), National A ...
Biotechnology and Variation in Average U.S. Yields
In a previous article, we compared the trend in U.S. average yield per harvested acre for the 1940-1995 and 1996-2011 periods. The year 1996 was the first year that biotech varieties of crops were commercially adopted in the U.S. The analysis included 14 ...