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1. "No-till" farming is a growing practice (id:45280)

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2. Exploring quarterly agricultural survey questionnaire version reduction scenarios (id:42187)

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3. Using previously reported cropland acreage in data collection (id:32708)

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4. Who makes mistakes? : Using data mining techniques to analyze reporting errors in total acres operated (id:41998)

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5. Categorizing nonresponse in Phase III of the 2006 Agricultural Resource Management Survey in Washington State (id:43571)

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6. Categorizing nonresponse occurring in the 2007 June area survey (California, Kansas, New York, Virginia, and Washington) (id:43342)

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7. Assessing the effect of calibration on nonresponse bias in the 2005 ARMS phase III sample using 2002 census of agriculture data (id:43570)

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8. Assessing the effect of calibration on nonresponse bias in the 2006 ARMS phase III sample using census 2002 data (id:21033)

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9. Nonresponse in phase III of the Agricultural Resource Management Survey in Louisiana (id:21034)

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10. Pre-recorded telephone messages as an alternative to follow-up survey reminder postcards II : the effectiveness of automated telephone reminder messages used during the 2007 Pennsylvania County Estimates Survey (id:21037)

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11. Comparison of methods for estimating crop yield at the county level (id:43569)

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12. Supplemental samples for the 2007 area frame : a design for estimating numbers of NML farms for the 2007 Census of Agriculture (id:20949)

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13. Using handheld global positioning system receivers for the June area survey (id:43568)

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14. Using handheld global positioning system receivers for the wheat objective yield survey (id:42001)

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15. Using personal digital assistants for the 2004 Cotton Objective Yield survey (id:43583)

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16. Using handheld global positioning system receivers for Phase II of the Agricultural Resource Management Survey (id:43527)

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17. Modeling NML using the area frame survey (id:55332)

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18. Measuring the economic impact of cooperatives : results from Wisconsin (id:20701)

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19. Measuring the economic impact of cooperatives in Minnesota (id:20704)

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20. Adoption of agricultural production practices : lessons learned from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Area Studies Project (id:38367)

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21. Survey burden and its impact on attitudes toward the survey sponsor (id:38265)

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22. Developing a state-of-the-art editing and imputation system for NASS' agricultural censuses and sample surveys (id:29365)

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23. Evaluation of the AGGIES automated edit and imputation system (id:33405)

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24. Redrawing the 1994 farm costs and returns survey list frame sample to reduce its overlap with the 1993 FCRS and three other major 1994 surveys (id:55323)

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25. Montana reservation land and Native American agricultural survey results (id:43190)

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26. Redrawing the 1993 farm costs and returns survey list frame sample to reduce its overlap with the 1992 FCRS and three other major 1993 surveys (id:47472)

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27. Results of the December 1993 acreage reconciliation study (id:43188)

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28. An analysis of the cognitive aspects of the January 1993 cattle on feed survey quality assessment (id:47376)

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29. History and procedures of objective yield surveys in the United States (id:30187)

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30. Ranking the states for area frame development (id:46107)

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31. Evaluation of the crop imputation procedures for the Quarterly Agricultural Survey (id:22171)

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32. Identifying and classifying reasons for nonresponse on the 1991 farm costs and returns survey (id:43202)

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33. June 1990 reinterview survey (id:43252)

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34. Analysis of response errors in the December 1988 and December 1989 quarterly agricultural survey data (id:43352)

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35. Evaluation of estimation options for the monthly farm labor survey (id:22172)

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36. June 1990 reinterview survey (id:43212)

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37. Mobile computerized data entry and edit for the livestock prices received survey (id:43261)

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38. Evaluation of a menu approach to CATI and the use of historical data : 1987 December agricultural survey (id:43193)

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39. Identifying and classifying reasons for nonresponse on the 1990 farm costs and returns survey (id:43205)

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40. Response bias in the quarterly agricultural survey crop acreage data : December 1988 and 1989 (id:43271)

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41. A review of the nonoverlap component of the June 1990 multiple frame indications (id:42793)

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42. A review and evaluation of unusual outlier component detection and robust estimation procedures used by the December 1989 Hog Board (id:31943)

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43. Mathematical formulae for the 1989 survey processing system (SPS) summary (id:43204)

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44. Integrated agricultural surveys (id:43203)

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45. Agricultural surveys and technology (id:47405)

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46. A preliminary look at a national area sample allocation (id:31903)

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47. The scope and effect of imputation in quarterly agricultural surveys (id:46102)

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48. Area frame design for agricultural surveys (id:23758)

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49. The quarterly agricultural surveys (id:46049)

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50. Examination of the effect of the respondent and collection method on survey results (id:43458)

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51. Sample designs for panel surveys of agricultural production (id:43350)

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52. An assessment of crop production estimators used with the objective yield surveys (id:46830)

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53. Survey design and estimation for agricultural sample surveys (id:29998)

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54. A study of hog questionnaire modifications (id:47371)

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55. Sample design for the 1985 ISP/JES (id:43349)

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56. Adjusting for nonresponse in the December enumerative survey (id:42792)

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57. Response comparisons between husbands and wives for farm characteristics (id:43272)

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58. SRS list vs. area overlap determination : list dominant and frozen domain procedures (id:43347)

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59. Alternate sampling frame construction : for the prices paid by farmers surveys : an overview (id:47404)

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60. An assessment of the frozen weights procedure : March and September multiple frame hog survey (id:47437)

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61. The Statistical Reporting Service system (id:46105)

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62. Area sampling frames for agriculture in developing countries (id:43576)

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63. Farmers' attitudes toward crop and livestock surveys : a collection of papers related to the analysis of the survey of Dakota farmers and ranchers (id:43510)

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64. Non-sampling errors in non-agricultural strata of the 1980 Kansas June enumerative survey (id:43266)

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65. An analysis of 1979 Nebraska rotation plan for the quarterly hog survey (id:47409)

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66. The effects of omitting acreage questions and modifying the operation description section in cattle surveys (id:46048)

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67. A simulation study to compare procedures which impute for missing items on an ESS hog survey (id:42740)

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68. A training course in sampling concepts for agricultural surveys (id:42741)

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69. Use of LANDSAT classified pixels for estimating annual livestock and crop inventories (id:46728)

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70. Improving response to mail surveys of farmers and ranchers (id:43515)

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71. The use of unequal probability sampling to reduce respondent burden (id:42003)

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72. Missing data procedures : a comparative study (part 2) (id:43267)

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73. A general overview of the missing data problem (id:31909)

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74. An empirical study of the area frame stratification (id:47438)

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75. Missing data procedures : a comparative study (id:43251)

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76. Multiple frame livestock surveys : an evaluation of alternative methods of overlap determination (id:43211)

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77. The effect on sampling errors resulting from using a livestock list with an area frame sample (id:46047)

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78. Optimizing the use of list and area samples in livestock multiple frame surveys (id:43172)

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79. How questionnaire design may affect survey data : Wyoming study (id:43194)

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80. 1973 crop production in Upper Volta (id:55335)

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81. Multiple frame livestock surveys : a comparison of area and list sampling (id:43210)

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82. The use of interpenetrating sampling in area frames (id:46187)

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83. Livestock counts on negative and positive transparencies (id:30183)

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84. Evaluating the Oklahoma tax assessors list for use in crop surveys (id:28874)

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85. An evaluation of the ANH lists in Wyoming as a sampling frame for estimating livestock inventories (id:43282)

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86. A study using the ASCS farm serial number as the sampling unit and reporting unit for crop and livestock surveys (id:46805)

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87. Methodological investigation to determine more efficient procedures for defining and enumerating farm operators (id:30688)

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88. A comparison of three rules for associating farms and farmland with sample area segments in agricultural surveys (id:31894)

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89. Mississippi experimental cotton surveys 1953 (id:30470)

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90. Agricultural survey of Europe : France (id:CAT86200034)