Ted Schroeder

Livestock Marketing, Risk Management

Professor, Livestock Marketing
Kansas State University

219 Waters Hall
Manhattan , KS  66506-4011
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Curriculum Vitae
Documents & Presentations by Ted Schroeder
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Beef Sustainability Policy - Ranking Consumer Preferences

Summary Report 2. Prepared for the Kansas Beef Council. 

December 5, 2023
Ranking Consumer Beef Preferences

Summary Report 1. Prepared for the Kansas Beef Council. 

November 2, 2023
Grid Pricing Trends

K-State livestock economist Ted Schroeder and his graduate student Katy Doumit start the show discussing their recent research on trends for beef premiums and discounts. 

September 14, 2023
Introduction and Emerging Features of CalfDex - A New Calving Information Recording Tool for Producers

CalfDex Design Publication

September 5, 2023
Fed Cattle and Beef Premiums and Discounts - Trends and Implications August 28, 2023
Calf Production Data Recording Preferences of Cow-Calf and Feedlot Producers: Informing Recording Tool CalfDex Design

CalfDex: Description

December 23, 2022
Formula Base and Net Pricing Differentials for US Fed Cattle December 20, 2022
Hedonic Modeling to Facilitate Price Reporting and Fed Cattle Market Transparency

Published in Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (AAEP). 

September 19, 2022
Benchmarking US Consumption and Perceptions of Beef and Plant-Based Proteins

Published in "Applied Economics Perspectives and Policy". 

May 10, 2022
Cattle Marketing and Price Discovery

K-State agricultural economists Ted Schroeder, Brian Coffey and Glynn Tonsor discuss their just-released analysis of price discovery in the cattle markets, which was commissioned by the USDA: this in-depth study looked at the impacts of formula marketing agreements as they have evolved over the past two decades, as compared to the cash negotiated cattle trade. They came up with a set of recommendations on improving the flow of price information to cattle producers and throughout the beef production and marketing chain. 

September 21, 2021