International Food and Agribusiness Management Association



2016 | VOLUME 19 ISSUE A | SPECIAL ISSUE

The Value of Big Data in Agriculture: Inputs, Farming
and Processing


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Editor's Introduction

The Value of Big Data in Agriculture: Inputs, Farming and Processing
Eric Jackson

Big Data Characteristics
Steven Sonka

How Might Big Data Impact Industry Structure and Enhance Margins?
Michael Boehlje

Research

A Network-Science Support System for Food Chain Safety: A Case from Hungarian Cattle Production
Ákos Jóźwiak, Mátyás Milkovics, and Zoltan Lakner

The Role of Wireless Broadband Connectivity on ‘Big Data’ and the Agricultural Industry in the United States and Australia
Tyler B. Mark, Terry W. Griffin, and Brian E. Whitacre

Big Data in Agriculture: Property Rights, Privacy and Competition in Ag Data Services
Michael E. Sykuta

Targeting Drought-Tolerant Maize Varieties in Southern Africa: A Geospatial Crop Modeling Approach Using Big Data   Kindie Tesfaye, Kai Sonder, Jill Cairns, Cosmos Magorokosho, Amsal Tarekegn, Girma T. Kassie, Fite Getaneh, Tahirou Abdoulaye, Tsedeke Abate, and Olaf Erenstein  Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Index Insurance: Using Public Data to Benefit Small-Scale Agriculture
Maria Jose Castillo, Stephen Boucher, and Michael Carter

Organized Data and Information for Efficacious Agriculture Using PRIDE™  
Minal Sawant, Rajesh Urkude, and Sandip Jawale

A Blueprint for a Big Data Analytical Solution to Low Farmer Engagement with Financial Management
Cathal O’Donoghue, Alistair McKinstry, Stuart Green, Reamonn Fealy, Kevin Heanu,
Mary Ryan, Kevin Connolly, J.C. Desplat, Brendan Horan, and Paul Crosson

Big Data's Potential to Improve Food Supply Chain Environmental Sustainability and Food Safety
Mary Clare Ahearn, Walt Armbruster, and Robert Young

Big Data and Smallholder Farmers: Big Data Applications in the Agri-Food Supply Chain in Developing Countries Iuliia Protopop and Aleksan Shanoyan

Enhancing Food Safety, Product Quality, and Value-Added in Food Supply Chains Using Whole-Chain Traceability Brian D. Adam, Rodney Holcomb, Michael Buser, Blayne Mayfield, Johnson Thomas, Corliss A. O’Bryan, Philip Crandall, Dar Knipe, Richard Knipe and Steven C. Ricke

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