Terry Griffin

Farm Management, Cropping Systems, Precision Agriculture

Assistant Professor 
Kansas State University

Terry Griffin’s research and extension programs focus on cropping systems economics in general, and specifically precision agricultural technologies and big data. Precision ag data in a community has evolved Terry’s program to include ‘big data’ specifically the automation of economic decision making tools. Current projects include farm management decision making under weather uncertainty, profitable automated variable rate irrigation applications, valuation of precision agriculture data, and farmland values.

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Documents & Presentations by Terry Griffin
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Is Going Off the Grid Possible in the Age of Farm Data? September 27, 2017
Who Can Own Farm Data? September 26, 2017
Can Agricultural or Farm Data Be Considered Big Data? September 25, 2017
6. Farm Profitability Persistence and Key Characteristics August 1, 2017
19. Precision Ag Profitability August 1, 2017
Precision Ag Issues

K-State precision agricultural economist Terry Griffin reports on the topics that generated the most discussion at a major precision agriculture technology conference that he attended last week in Scotland....he also talks about his current research into the economics of using precision guidance cultivation as an alternative to herbicide use against resistant weed populations.

July 26, 2017
Optimal Crop Fieldwork Days

Terry Griffin and Michelle Mensing talk about how farmers can determine the extent of field equipment they need to cover their crop acres in a timely manner.

March 16, 2017
Data Management For Producers

Ajay Sharda and Terry Griffin look at the main talking points from last week's Kansas Agricultural Technologies Conference.

January 27, 2017
Farm Data: Ownership and Protections January 23, 2017
Farm Data Ownership

Terry Griffin and Shannon Ferrell address this topic ahead of January's Kansas Agricultural Technologies Conference.

December 15, 2016