Nathan Hendricks

Associate Professor, Dept. of Agricultural Economics

Kansas State University

Documents & Presentations by Nathan Hendricks
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Carbon Credit Markets: Current Opportunities and Future Prospects

Presented to AGEC 410: Agricultural Policy course, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. 

October 26, 2021
The Quality of a Carbon Credit

K-State agricultural economist Nathan Hendricks and graduate researcher Micah Cameron Harp discuss their new analysis carbon credit markets, and the economic opportunities at hand for agricultural producers...they look specifically at what determines the "quality" of a carbon credit, and how a value is attached to that credit...​this information was shared at the recent K-State Risk and Profit Conference.

September 15, 2021
Carbon Credit Markets: Current Opportunities and Future Prospects August 1, 2021
Projected 2019 MFP Payments

K-State agricultural economist Nathan Hendricks talks about his work with Joe Janzen on projected payments to producers from this year's USDA Market Facilitation Program, and how those would compare to payments made under the 2018 MFP...they matched up the numbers for every county in Kansas, and shared their findings at the recent K-State Risk and Profit Conference.

September 4, 2019
Volatility of Farm Incomes

K-State agricultural economist Nathan Hendricks and graduate researcher Whitney Bowman talk about their new analysis of the volatility of Kansas farm incomes over time, based on information from the Kansas Farm Management Association. They explain why understanding those volatility trends can be helpful in farm financial management.

August 28, 2019
3. Trade Conflict and Trade Aid August 1, 2019
7. Volatility of Kansas Farms August 1, 2019
Renewable Fuel Standard

K-State agricultural economist Nathan Hendricks talks about how renewable fuels policy has affected agricultural land use decisions in the United States:  his research shows the effect is actually less than previous research on the subject had indicated. It is one part of a just-released study by multiple researchers of how the Renewable Fuel Standard has impacted the environment.

March 15, 2019
Landlords and Subsidy Payments

K-State agricultural economist Nathan Hendricks shares the findings from his new study, which looked at USDA crop program subsidies and how they factor into farmland rental payments. He specifically was interested in the extent to which landlords gain from those subsidies, compared to tenants.

August 16, 2018
8. How Much Do Landlords Benefit From Agricultural Subsidies Versus Tenants? August 1, 2018