Larry Falconer

Larry Falconer

Extension Professor

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  • Phone: (662) 686-3238
  • Office: Delta Research and Extension Center
  • Address: P.O. Box 197, Stoneville, MS 38776

Extension Interests
  • Farm Management
  • Economic Impacts of Biofuel Feedstocks

Before coming to MSU, Larry Falconer worked as an Extension Economist-Management in the Texas A&M University Department of Agricultural Economics. Falconer's extension and applied research program focused on farm and ranch management, particularly dryland and irrigated row crops, rice and beef cattle production. Falconer began work at the Delta Research and Extension Center in 2012. His extension program focuses on farm management problems, particularly development of decision support aids for investment decision-making under risk. Falconer is currently carrying out research work on cost of production for various biofuel feedstocks and the associated economic impacts of biofuel feedstock, collaborating with personnel from Louisiana State University supported by an AFRI-CAP grant.

Recent Publications

  • Henderson, J.E., J.N. Barnes, L.L. Falconer, B. Williams, D. Sites. 2016. The economic contribution of agriculture and forestry production and processing in Mississippi: An input-output analysis. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication 2962, Mississippi State University. 8 pp. Download

  • Falconer, L., T. Walker, J. Richardson. 2014. Economic evaluation of fertilizer reduction incentive programs for rice producers. 2014 Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers 214-228. Download

  • Fromme, D., L. Falconer, R.D. Parker, R.G. Lemon, C. Fernandez, and W.J. Grichar. 2014. Effects of two planting patterns and plant densities on the productivity and profitability of cotton. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture 4(2):130-141. Download

  • Salassi, M.E., K. Brown, B.M. Hilbun, M.A. Deliberto, K.A. Gravois, T.B. Mark, L.L. Falconer. 2014. Farm-scale cost of producing perennial energy cane as a biofuel feedstock Bioenergy Research 7:609-619. Download