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An analysis of factors affecting participation behavior of limited resource farmers in agricultural cost-share programs in AlabamaAuthor(s): Okwudili Onianwa; Gerald Wheelock; Buddhi Gyawali; Jianbang Gan; Mark Dubois; John Schelhas
Source: Journal of Agribusiness 22(1): 17-29
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis study examines factors that affect the participation behavior of limited resource farmers in agricultural cost-share programs in Alabama. The data were generated from a survey administered to a sample of limited resource farm operators. A binary logit model was employed to analyze the data. Results indicate that college education, age, gross sales, ratio of owned acres to total acres, and rented acres, as well as membership in a comavation association, had significant influence on cost-share program participation.
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CitationOnianwa, Okwudili; Wheelock, Gerald; Gyawali, Buddhi; Gan, Jianbang; Dubois, Mark; Schelhas, John. 2004. An analysis of factors affecting participation behavior of limited resource farmers in agricultural cost-share programs in Alabama. Journal of Agribusiness 22(1): 17-29
Keywordsbinary logit, cost-share program, limited resource farmers, participation behavior
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