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Agricultural Economist Matt Stockton

Matt Stockton
Agricultural Economist

(308) 696-6713
mstockton2@unl.edu

Agricultural Economist Sunil Dhoubhadel

Sunil Dhoubhadel
Research Analyst

(308) 696-6738
sdhoubhadel2@unl.edu

 


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NEBRASKA RANCH PRACTICUM is now accepting applications for the 2011 class. To access Information on the practicum, including the dates and application click here
 

THE HUSKERS Ag SMARTS program is a six day business management experience that will enable you to STRENGTHEN your MANAGEMENT ABILITIES, increase your RESPONSIVENESS to business challenges, and help you build your business TECHNICAL SKILLS by gaining knowledge, understanding, and practice of important topics in business management and risk.

 

WEBISSM stands for “Whole Farm Economic Biological Institutional Stochastic Simulation Model” and is a project supported by the National Research Initiative of the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service, USDA, Grant #2007-55618-18143. The goal of this project is to improve small and medium-sized farm survivability and, ultimately, profitability--specifically the sustainability of cow-calf operations.

It will do this by:

  1. integrating research, education, and extension activities through the creation of an integrated Whole-farm Economic Biological Institutional Stochastic Simulation Model,
  2. developing this base model into three distinct application interfaces for classroom instructors, extension professionals and educators, and researchers.

For more information about the Nebraska Economy, go to Cornhusker Economics.