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Damona Doye

Regents Professor of Agricultural Economics



Damona Doye is a Sarkeys Distinguished Professor in the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and a national leader in farm management education. She currently serves as chair of the Council on Food, Agriculture and Resource Economics and the U.S. Vice-President of the International Farm Management Association. She is a past Ag and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) Board Member, a past president of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association and past president of the AAEA Extension Section. Damona has helped develop and promote innovative, integrated, interdisciplinary outreach programs that span traditional state and regional borders.  


Research interests:
Livestock and forage production systems; agricultural costs of production; land values; management information systems; farm financial and risk management.


Author or co-author of more than 430 publications on farm financial management, record-keeping, leasing, land values, enterprise analysis, cost of production, integrated resource management and management information systems.  


PI or co-PI on approximately $3,100,000 of grant funded projects and participant in an additional $1,900,000 of externally funded projects from sources including USDA Risk Management Agency, Southern Risk Management Education Center, USDA/NRCS, USDA/Economic Research Service, SARE, Extension Service/USDA, Noble Foundation and other sources.


Recent Professional Service:

•    Council on Food and Agricultural and Resource Economics (C-FARE)    Board Member, 2006-2011, Chair, 2011-present
•    American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) Director, 2007-2010
•    Southern Agricultural Economics Association (SAEA) Past-President, 2007-08
•    USDA Census of Agriculture Review Panel, 2006-07

Damona Doye Portrait

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