This publication is prepared by the faculty and staff of the Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky. These articles present information on the economic situation and outlook for Kentucky agriculture and are intended to assist farmers, agribusiness professionals, Extension field staff, and others with interest in agriculture and agribusiness. Information presented here is based on the most recent information and research available. However, the rapidly changing economic and policy conditions for agriculture limit the usefulness and life span of conclusions and recommendations cited here. Decision makers should keep these facts in mind. Feel free to use the information included in this publication for other uses, but please provide professional citation about the source. The papers contained in this publication are published without formal review and the views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the University of Kentucky, the Agricultural Experiment Station, or the Cooperative Extension Service.

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Submissions from 2015

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2015–2016 Kentucky Agricultural Economic Situation and Outlook, Kenneth H. Burdine, Todd Davis, Timothy A. Woods, William M. Snell, Lee Meyer, and Jeff Stringer

Submissions from 2014

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2014–2015 Agricultural Situation and Outlook, Kevin Heidemann and William M. Snell

Submissions from 2010

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Agricultural Situation and Outlook Fall 2010, Sara Williamson and Kenneth H. Burdine

Submissions from 2009

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Agricultural Situation and Outlook Fall 2009, Kenneth H. Burdine and Sara Williamson

Submissions from 2008

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Agricultural Situation and Outlook Fall 2008, Sara Williamson and Kenneth H. Burdine

Submissions from 2007

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Agricultural Situation and Outlook Fall 2007, Chuck Corby and Kenneth H. Burdine

Submissions from 2006

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Agricultural Situation and Outlook Fall 2006, James Mansfield and Timothy A. Woods

Submissions from 2005

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Agricultural Situation and Outlook Fall 2005, Matt Ernst and Kenneth H. Burdine