Research Bulletins


Research bulletins (RB) are comprehensive research reports intended for professional peers. These bulletins represent completed work that is too long, too timely, or too applied for an academic journal. They must undergo at least two reviews prior to publication.

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2016

2016 Research Bulletins
No. Title Author
16-01 Dairy Farm Management Business Summary, New York State, 2015 Knoblauch, Dymond, Karszes

2015

2015 Research Bulletins
No. Title Author
15-01 Dairy Farm Management Business Summary, New York State, 2014 Knoblauch, Dymond, Karszes, Kimmich

2014

2014 Research Bulletins
No. Title Author
14-01 Industry Evaluations of the Status and Prospects for the Burgeoning New York Greek-style Yogurt Industry Boynton, Novakovic
14-02 Dairy Farm Management Business Summary, New York State, 2013 Knoblauch, Dymond, Karszes, Kimmich

2013

2013 Research Bulletins
No. Title Author
13-01 Dairy Farm Management Business Summary, New York State, 2012 Knoblauch, Dymond, Karszes, Howland, Kimmich

2012

2012 Research Bulletins
No. Title Author
12-01 Dairy Farm Management Business Summary, New York State, 2011 Knoblauch, Putnam, Karszes, Overton, Dymond

2011

2011 Research Bulletins
No. Title Author
11-01 Survey of New York Dairy Farm Employers, 2009 Maloney, Bills
11-02 Survey of New York Fruit and Vegetable Farm Employers 2009 Maloney, Bills
11-03 Dairy Farm Management Business Summary, New York State, 2010 Knoblauch, Putnam, Karszes, Overton, Dymond

2010

2010 Research Bulletins
No. Title Author
10-01 Measuring the Impacts of Generic Fluid Milk and Dairy Marketing Kaiser
10-02 Dairy Farm Management Business Summary, New York State, 2009 Knoblauch, Putnam, Karszes

Faculty Spotlight

Wayne Knoblauch

Wayne Knoblauch

Professor of Farm Business Management and Economic Analysis

"Remember, you can't manage what you can't measure, but if you can measure it you can improve it!"