Faculty Member information
|Stan J. Bevers
Professor and Extension Economist
MS (Agricultural Economics), Texas A&M University
BS (Agricultural Education), Cameron UniversityResearch Interests:
Ranch Management and Analysis, and MarketingOffice Address:
Vernon, TX 76384-2159
|About Dr. Bevers:
Stan J. Bevers is a Professor and Extension Economist-Management for The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, District 3 at Vernon, Texas. He received a B.S. degree in Agricultural Education from Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma and M.S. in Agricultural Economics from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. His current programming efforts are in ranch management and analysis, business planning, managerial accounting, and marketing. He has coordinated more than 140 short courses ranging from alternative marketing to managerial accounting.Selected Publications:
Sij, J.W., W.E. Pinchak, D.P. Malinoski, D.L. Robinson, S.J. Bevers, T.A. Baughman, and R.J. Gill. “Yield and Economics Responses to Phosphorus Fertilizer Placement in Dual-Use and Grain-Only Wheat Production Systems.” Agronomy Journal. 2007. 99:773-778.Ramsey, Ruslyn, Damona Doye, Clement Ward, James McGrann, Larry Faloncer, and Stan Bevers. “Factors Affecting Beef Cow-Herd Costs, Production, and Profits.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 2005. 37(1):91-99.
Pinchak, W.E., D.R. Tolleson, M. McCloy, L.J. Hunt, R.J. Gill, R.J. Ansley, and S.J. Bevers. “Morbidity Effects on Productivity and Profitability of Stocker Cattle Grazing in the Southern Plains.” Journal of Animal Science. 2004. 82:2773-2779.
Bennett, B.K. and S.J. Bevers. “Developing a Comprehensive Business Planning Extension Program.” Journal of Extension, Vol. 41, No. 6. December 2003.
Bevers, S.J., and S.H. Amosson. “When Non-tariff Trade Barriers Go Bad: The Case of Karnal Bunt in Texas Wheat.” Selected Poster. American Agricultural Economics Association Meetings, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 27-30, 2003. American Journal of Agricultural Economics.