Economics publications cover topics related to farm and ranch economics, crop cost and return estimates, crop marketing, and economics of rural areas.

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Z-103: Farm and Ranch Economic Dictionary

Z-108: Income Multipliers in Economic Impact Analysis

Z-115: Non-Farm Proprietors: Opportunities for New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service

Z-116: Economic Analysis of Equipment Used for Small-Diameter Timber Removal

Z-117: Startup Guide for Forestry and Wood Products Cooperative in New Mexico

Z-118: Regulatory Steps Necessary to "Cooperate" in New Mexico

Z-119: Enterprise Budgets Series: 1 of 3, Crop and Livestock Enterprise Budgets: What Are They and Why Do Producers Need Them?

Circular 643: Tools for Understanding Economic Change in Communities: Economic Base Analysis and Shift-Share Analysis

Circular 651: Rural New Mexico Economic Conditions and Trends

Circular 652: Closing Retail Sales Gaps: Boosting the Economic Fortunes of Rural New Mexico Counties

Circular 658: Calculating Depreciation


H-149: Marketing Alternatives for Small- to Medium-sized Family Farms and Ranches

Z-306: Developing a Market Plan for Chile

Z-309: Design and Functionality of a Wine Tasting Room

Circular 691: Potential Fiscal Impacts of a New Mexico Retiree Attraction Campaign

Circular 692: Certified Retirement Communities as a Marketing Strategy to Attract Retirees to New Mexico


Economic Value

Z-501: Economic Importance of Pecan Industry

Z-502: Pecan Prices and Grades

Z-503: International Trade in Pecans

Circular 675: Agriculture's Contribution to New Mexico's Economy

Circular 699: The Potential Economic Impacts of Attracting Retirees to New Mexico

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