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Nicole J. Widmar
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Dr. Widmar has an integrated program of applied research, extension and outreach, and teaching; she teaches AGEC 310, Farm Organization. Dr. Widmar’s research and extension activities are focused primarily on farm business management and production economics. Much of her work focuses on assisting with and providing support for agricultural producer decision making. She has a strong interest in applied research, which incorporates both the economic outcomes of an on-farm decision, and the intricacies of the biological processes underlying the production system employed. Nicole participates in inter-disciplinary research which provides support for on-farm decision making regarding technology adoption, analysis of producer costs and benefits associated with alternative production processes, support for management of purchased inputs, and providing insight into the implications of changing consumer demand and preferences for agricultural producers. Her most recent work integrates the use of large datasets (including those developed from social media spaces) into producer decision making.

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