About Dr. Amosson: Professor and Extension Economist-Management, The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, District 1. Dr. Amosson maintains an active applied research program in a number of areas concerning farm management.
Research Interests: Management, Marketing, and Water and Air Quality
Selected Publications: Guerrero, B., S. Amosson, T. Marek, and J. Johnson. 2010. “Economic Evaluation of Wind Energy as an Alternative to Natural Gas Powered Irrigation.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 42.2(May 2010):277-287. Guerrero, Bridget, S. Amosson, T. Marek, and J. Johnson. 2010. “Economic Evaluation of Wind Energy as an Alternative to Natural Gas Powered Irrigation.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, (Feb 2010). Almas, L., R. Taylor, B. Guerrero, and S. Amosson. 2009. “Securing Food Supply for Future Generations through Groundwater Management: A Policy Analysis Approach.” Forum on Public Policy Online, Spring 2009 Edition (September 2009). 18 pp. http://forumonpublicpolicy.com/spring09papers/archivespr09/almas.pdf. Amosson, S. H., L. Almas, F.Bretz, N. Bernard, R. Dudensing and B. Guerrero. “The Impact of Agribusiness in the High Plains Trade Area.” 5th Edition, Edited by Kay Ledbetter. Amarillo Chamber of Commerce. 10 pp. November, 2009. 10pp. Jenkins, K. H., J. C. MacDonald, F. T. McCollum III, and S. H. Amosson. 2009. “Effects of Level of Dried Distillers Grain Supplementation on Native Pasture and Subsequent Effects on Wheat Pasture Gains.” The Professional Animal Scientist, 25, (2009): 596-604. McCorkle, Dean, M. L. Waller, S. H. Amosson, S. J. Bevers and J. G. Smith. 2009. “The Economic Impact of Intensive Commodity Price Risk Management Education.” Journal of Extension, April, 2009: 42-2. 11 pp.
Regents Fellow, Professor, and Extension Economist PhD (Agricultural Economics), Texas A&M University MS (Agricultural Economics), Iowa State University BS (Animal Science), Iowa State University