College of Agricultural Sciences Personnel Profile
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W Marshall Frasier
Professor
Agricultural and Resource Economics
College of Agricultural Sciences

Clark Building Building, Room B331
Phone:
970-491-6071
Education:
  • Ph D, WASH STATE UNIV; AG ECON
  • MS, U NEBRASKA-LINC; AG ECON
  • BS, U NEBRASKA-LINC; AG ECON
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Alhassan, Mustapha, Loomis, John B, Frasier, W Marshall, Davies, Stephen P, Andales, Allan A, (2013) Estimating farmers’ willingness to pay for improved irrigation: An economic study of the Bontanga irrigation scheme in northern Ghana Journal of Agricultural Sciences 5 4 31-42

Bigler, B.J., French, J.T., Ahola, Jason Kee, Whittier, Jack C, Frasier, W Marshall, Seidel, George E, Enns, R. Mark, Peel, R. Kraig, (2012) "Comparing the lifetime productivity of beef females initially conceiving to, or sired by artificial insemination or natural service" Proceedings, Western Section, American Society of Animal Sciences, July 16, 2012: Phoenix, Arizona

(2011) "Comparison of Alternative Cattle Management Strategies Under Long-Term Drought" Bulletin B-1219; Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Wyoming, Laramie

(2011) "Considerations for Preparing a Drought Management Plan for Livestock Producers" Bulletin B-1220; Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Wyoming, Laramie

(2011) "Price or Weather – Which Signal Should Livestock Producers Follow?" Bulletin B-1221; Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Wyoming, Laramie

(2011) "Two Common Drought Management Strategies and Some Considerations for Wyoming Cattle Producers" Bulletin B-1218; Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Wyoming, Laramie

(2010) A Multi-Period Analysis of Two Common Livestock Management Strategies Given Fluctuating Precipitation and Variable Prices J of Agr and Applied Econ 42 177-191

(2010) Economically Optimal Stocking Rates Rangeland Ecol Manag 63 407-414

(2010) "Managing your ranch during drought: Implications from long- and short- run analyses" U Wyo Coop Ext B-1205, May 2010

(2010) Optimal Rangeland Stocking Decisions Under Stochastic and Climate-Impacted Weather Am J Agr Econ 92 4 1242-1255

(2008) Determining Optimal Stocking Rates in Wyoming Using a Bellman Approach J Agr Resour Econ 33 494-495

(2008) Economically Sustainable Cattle Production Practices During Multiple Years of Drought and Differing Price Cycles J Agr Resour Econ 33 494-494

(2006) The importance of institutional structure in controlling agricultural runoff J Am Water Resour As 42 1483-1492

(2005) Adoption of more technically efficient irrigation systems as a drought response Int J Water Resour D 21 651-662

(2004) Economic feasibility of variable-rate nitrogen application utilizing site-specific management zones Agron J 96 1572-1580

(2003) Linking hydrologic and economic modeling to evaluate waterlogging and soil salinization in the Arkansas River Basin J Agr Resour Econ 28 652-653

(2003) The impact of the 2002 drought on Colorado's beef industry J Agr Resour Econ 28 653-653

(2003) The role of water quality and institutional structure in irrigation technology choice J Agr Resour Econ 28 659-659

(2002) Computer use and satisfaction by Great Plains producers Agron J 94 1263-1269

(2002) Identifying cost-effective sources for water transfers from agriculture to endangered species preservation in the Platte River Basin J Agr Resour Econ 27 581-581

(2002) Optimizing in the presence of variable growth paths in livestock J Agr Resour Econ 27 580-580

Parsons, Jay, Hoag, Dana Loyd Keske, Frasier, W Marshall, Koontz, Stephen R, (2002) "Variable Growth Impacts on Optimal Market Timing in All-Out Production Systems" 36610

Park, D, Seidl, Andrew F, Davies, Stephen P, Frasier, W Marshall, others, , (2001) "Environmental policy influences on livestock stocking and location decisions." 1–20

(2000) Environmental policy influences on livestock stocking and location decisions J Agr Resour Econ 25 721-721

Park, Dooho, Seidl, Andrew F, Davies, Stephen P, Frasier, W Marshall, (2000) "Environmental policy influences on livestock stocking and location decisions" 36340

(2000) The uneasy hierarchy of Federal and State water laws and policies J Agr Resour Econ 25 717-717

(2000) Will farmers use computers for resource and environmental management? J Soil Water Conserv 55 456-462

(1999) Computer use in agriculture Comput Electron Agr 23 189-204

Ascough, II, James C, Hoag, Dana Loyd Keske, Frasier, W Marshall, McMaster, Gregory S, (1999) Computer use in agriculture: an analysis of Great Plains producers Computers and electronics in agriculture 23 3 189–204

(1999) Evaluating economic and institutional alternatives for meeting interstate ESA instream flow requirements in the Platte River basin Am J Agr Econ 81 1257-1261

Hoag, Dana Loyd Keske, Ascough, James C, Frasier, W Marshall, (1999) Farm computer adoption in the Great Plains Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 31 01 57–67

(1998) A dynamic economic analysis of nitrate leaching in corn production under nonuniform irrigation conditions Am J Agr Econ 80 397-408

Vickner, Steven S, Hoag, Dana Loyd Keske, Frasier, W Marshall, Ascough, James C, (1998) A dynamic economic analysis of nitrate leaching in corn production under nonuniform irrigation conditions American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80 2 397–408

(1996) A dynamic economic analysis of nitrate leaching in corn production under nonuniform irrigation conditions Am J Agr Econ 78 1401-1401

(1995) A dynamic optimization model for policy analysis of nitrate leaching in irrigated corn production Am J Agr Econ 77 1363-1363

(1994) Optimal Replacement and Management Policies for Beef-Cows Am J Agr Econ 76 847-858