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    • Market opportunities for biosolid-based vermiculture in Georgia 

      Doherty, Brigid A.; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2000-05)
    • Georgia oilseed initiative: report on the feasibility of an oilseed processing facility in Georgia 

      Shumaker, George A.; McKissick, John C.; Woodruf, John; Doherty, Brigid A. (University of Georgia, 2000-10)
      In response to the continuing low prices and subsequent low or non-existent profits for soybeans and canola, a group of Georgia farmers requested a study to determine the feasibility of a project to capture the value added ...
    • Switchgrass for co-generation fuel feasibility 

      Ferland, Christopher (University of Georgia, 2001-02)
    • Bottled water feasibility 

      Ferland, Christopher (University of Georgia, 2001-02)
      The bottled water industry has been around for many years, but until recently sat quietly in a corner. Today hundreds to thousands of bottles can be seen when entering a store or in the check out line. Several of these ...
    • Feasibility of a cooperative operated cantaloupe packing shed in Pineview, Georgia 

      Ferland, Christopher; Prussia, Stan; Hurst, Bill (University of Georgia, 2001-06)
      The economic feasibility of cantaloupe packing shed in the Pineview, Georgia area is dependent on a host of factors, including wholesale demands on packaged fruit, quantity of cantaloupes and type of packaging. Supply ...
    • The feasibility of an individual quick freeze operation in Vidalia Georgia 

      Ferland, Christopher; Wolfe, Kent L.; McKissick, John C.; Reynolds, A. Estes (University of Georgia, 2001-06)
      This study looks at the economic feasibility of operating an Institutional Quick Freeze (IQF) unit in the area of Vidalia, Georgia to assist the local onion producers receive income from their Number 2 (#2) onions. ...
    • Collard marketing and processing feasibility 

      Ferland, Christopher; Hurst, William (University of Georgia, 2001-07)
      This study investigates the feasibility of marketing a brand name collard and processing collards for wholesale markets. The economic feasibility of operating a processing facility for collards in North Georgia is dependent ...
    • An economic and cash flow analysis of a proposed kenaf separation plant 

      Dykes, Nancy; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2001-08)
      Impact analysis is a key component of analyzing any proposed new project. An impact analysis is capable of showing the effect of a new venture on the economy. Building and implementing a kenaf processing facility in ...
    • Flint River Valley Farms cantaloupe brand naming feasibility study 

      Ferland, Christopher; Wolfe, Kent L.; Doherty, Brigid A.; Mizelle, William (University of Georgia, 2001-08)
      This study examines the potential and feasibility of a brand named cantaloupe to be produced in Georgia. A group of cantaloupe producers in five counties of southwest Georgia (Baker, Miller, Mitchell, Decatur and Seminole ...
    • The feasibility of a Barnesville Expo Center 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Ferland, Christopher; Doherty, Brigid A.; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2001-09)
      The Lamar County Livestock and Agricultural Authority (Authority) in Barnesville, Georgia commissioned The University of Georgia’s Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development (CAED) to determine the economic feasibility ...
    • Feasibility of a cooperative operated lima bean fresh cut pack line 

      Ferland, Christopher; Dykes, Nancy; Wolfe, Kent L.; Hurst, William; Reynolds, A. Estes (University of Georgia, 2001-09)
      This study examines all the relevant economic issues surrounding the likely success of fresh packing beans in Georgia. A butter (lima) bean enterprise budget has been added to the report in order to evaluate the costs ...
    • FFA-FCCLA facility expansion feasibility analysis 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Ferland, Christopher; Doherty, Brigid A.; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2001-09)
      In planning for the expansion of the Center, Center leadership commissioned the University of Georgia’s Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development to perform an economic feasibility analysis. The purpose of this ...
    • Feasibility of a goat meat processing facility in the Washington County, Georgia area 

      Ferland, Christopher; McKissick, John C.; Reynolds, A. Estes (University of Georgia, 2001-10)
      The economic feasibility of a goat processing plant in the Sandersville, Georgia area is dependent on a number of factors. Plant possibilities are defined by the availability of market goats (the basic input for goat ...
    • The feasibility of a biodiesel production in Georgia 

      Shumaker, George A.; McKissick, John C.; Ferland, Christopher; Doherty, Brigid A. (University of Georgia, 2001-12)
      The purpose of this report is to provide decision makers with information on the feasibility of producing Biodiesel in Georgia.
    • The feasibility of an aquaculture cooperative in Hart, Franklin, and Stephens Counties, Georgia 

      Ferland, Christopher; Wolfe, Kent L.; Zhang, Li; Deng, Xiaohui; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2002-01)
      The Hart, Franklin, and Stephens County Joint Development Authorities commissioned The University of Georgia’s Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development (CAED) to determine the economic feasibility of reconditioning ...
    • The feasibility of operating an individual quick freeze vegetable processing facility in Decatur County, Georgia 

      Ferland, Christopher; Wolfe, Kent L.; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2002-01)
      This study examines the economic feasibility of operating an Individual Quick Freeze (IQF) line in Decatur County, Georgia. This freeze line will assist vegetable producers in retaining some of the farm-to-retail price ...
    • The feasibility of operating a fresh cut facility in Decatur County, Georgia 

      Ferland, Christopher; Wolfe, Kent L.; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2002-01)
      This report examines the economic feasibility of operating a fresh cut facility for vegetables in the Decatur County Georgia area. The main focus of this report will focus on adding value to vegetable commodities such ...
    • The feasibility of creating a value added cooperative in east Georgia: Claxton Specialty Foods, Inc. 

      Ferland, Christopher; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2002-02)
      This study examines the economic feasibility of operating a packing facility for green peanuts, cantaloupes, Asian pears, and pickling cucumbers in the southeast Georgia area. The main focus of this study is the financial ...
    • Rabbit meat market analysis - Georgia Meat Rabbit Cooperative 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Ferland, Christopher; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2002-04)
      The Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development (CAED) was asked to conduct an in-depth market analysis for rabbit meat in Georgia. To accomplish this the CAED interviewed wide variety of people involved in the ...
    • The feasibility of operating a cooperative owned egg packaging facility around Alma, Georgia 

      Ferland, Christopher; Wolfe, Kent L.; Cunningham, Dan; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2002-04)
      The egg markets of the last few years have provided little or no egg profits. Many producers were able to continue operating due to previously negotiated contract payments. However, due to the current market some of the ...