Classes

AEC 311 Livestock and Meat Marketing

Online Publications

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Kenneth H. Burdine

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415 Charles E. Barnhart Bldg.
Lexington KY 40546-0276

Phone: 859-257-7273
Fax: 859-323-1913
E-mail: kburdine@uky.edu

Education
Ph.D.University of Kentucky 2011
M.S.University of Kentucky 2003
B.S.University of Kentucky 1999

Associate Extension Professor

Livestock Marketing, Outlook, and Profitability, Equine and Forage Management and Profitability, Livestock Price Risk Protection.

Current Projects

Master Marketer; Beef IRM Programming; Market Outlook and Education; Dairy Marketing, Risk Management, and Policy; Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation

About My Work

I focus my extension program on beef and dairy cattle, equine, and forage crops, conducting and developing educational programs, publications, and applied research to impact Kentucky's livestock sector

Teaching Philosophy

Each fall I teach AEC 311, Livestock and Meat Marketing, which explores a wide range of topics in livestock economics including marketing strategies, forecasting, breakeven analysis, and price risk management

Highlighted Publications

Burdine, Kenneth H. and Greg Halich. “Payout Analysis of Livestock Risk Protection Insurance for Feeder Cattle.” Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers. Summer 2014.

Burdine, Kenneth H., Leigh J. Maynard, Greg S. Halich, and Jeff Lehmkuhler. “Changing Market Dynamics and Value-added Premiums in Southeastern Feeder Cattle Markets.” The Professional Animal Scientist. June 2014.

Burdine, Kenneth H., Yoko Kusunose, Leigh J. Maynard, Don P. Blayney, and Roberto Mosheim. “Livestock Gross Margin-Dairy: An Assessment of its Effectiveness as a Risk Management Tool and its Potential to Induce Supply Expansion.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics. May 2014.

Burdine, Kenneth H., Roberto Mosheim, Don P. Blaney, and Leigh J. Maynard. “Livestock Gross Margin-Dairy Insurance: An Assessment of Risk Management and Potential Supply Impacts”. Economic Research Report Number 163. March 2014.

Burdine, Kenneth H. “Beef Cattle Market Outlook”. 2014 Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association. July 2014. Minneapolis, MN.

Burdine, Kenneth H., Tyler B. Mark, and Greg Halich. “Dairy Margin Protection Program: Of Value to Southern Dairies?” 2014 Southern Extension Committee Meeting. June 2014. Chattanooga, TN.

Halich, Greg and Kenneth H. Budine. “Feedlot vs. Pasture Impacts on Feeder and Stocker Cattle Prices. 2014 Meeting of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association. February 3, 2014.

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