Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics

215 Mumford Hall

Columbia, MO 65211

(573) 882 - 3861

 


Dr. Scott Brown

Dr. Scott Brown

Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics

University of Missouri

 

brown-scottScott is a research assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Missouri.  In this role, Scott has worked with U.S. Congress over the past two decades in determining the quantitative effects of changes in dairy and livestock policies and has testified regarding dairy and livestock policy issues before House and Senate Agriculture committees.  He has also worked on the economic effects of industry led programs such as the Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) that currently operates in the dairy industry.  Scott is investigating the economic effects of the adoption of new technologies in the cattle industry that can increase high-quality cattle supplies.  Scott received his PhD degree in agricultural economics from the University of Missouri and his BS degree in agricultural business from Northwest Missouri State University.  Scott grew up on a diversified farm in Northwest Missouri.

 

 

 

 

Daniel Madison

Daniel Madison

Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics

University of Missouri

madison danielDaniel is a research associate in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Missouri.  His primary areas of interest include market analysis of the U.S. livestock sector, consumer food prices and expenditures, agricultural costs of production and the economic situation of Missouri agriculture.  Daniel has provided econometric modeling support to the efforts of agricultural market and policy analysis at the University of Missouri for over 15 years.  Daniel received his MBA from the University of Missouri in 2002 and his B.S. degree in statistics from the University of Missouri in 1997.