Carlen Ensley | 6/26/2012 7:53:30 PM
Operational date obtained from the pilot facility will be incorporated into business and marketing models for targeted products.
A breakeven analysis will be carried out that will provide insights in required biomass market prices necessary to ensure availability and sustainability of feedstock production.
Operational data obtained from the pilot facility will be incorporated into business and marketing models for the targeted products.
Using information obtained through a literature review, U.S. biofuel co-product industries will be identified and surveyed.
Economic models and analysis of cooperative structure farm machinery ownership and utilization will be used to evaluate the potential for small farmers/landowners to produce energy cane for biofuel production on a small-farm acreage scale.
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Michael Salassi, LSU AgCenter – Section Leader
Hal Liechty, University of Arkansas Monticello
Larry Falconer, Department of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University
Rich Vlosky, LSU AgCenter
Tyler Mark, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture