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Steve R. Meyer

President

Paragon Economics Inc.

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor In the Department of Agricultural Economics

University of Missouri-Columbia


Affiliations

American Agricultural Economics Association

Board Member


National Science Foundation

Research Fellow


New Hope Evangelical Free Church

Member and Worship Leader


USDA’s NEC-63 Research

Executive Committee of Committee On Commodity Promotion


Adel-DeSoto-Minburn

Member of the Board of Education


USDA

Executive Committee of NEC-63 Research Committee On Commodity Promotion


Education

Ph.D.


bachelor's

Iowa State University


bachelor's Degree

agriculture economics

Oklahoma State University


doctoral degree


doctorate

Iowa State University


master's degree

agriculture economics

Oklahoma State University


Web References(200 Total References)


Livestock Marketing Association

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"The big impact will likely be on the Dec-Feb pig crop and the under-50 and 50-119 pound market hog categories since roughly 60 percent of the total PEDv accessions for all hogs and for suckling pigs have occurred since December 1," predicted Livestock analysts Steve Meyer and Len Steiner Inc. in the Daily Livestock Report.
Steve Meyer, president of Paragon Economics and a Pork Checkoff consultant, estimates the loss of more than 5 million piglets in the past several months, with 1.3 million lost in January alone.


www.tiffinconference.ca

STEVEN MEYER - President of Paragon Economics
Steve Meyer is president of Paragon Economics, founded in 2002 to provide expert economic analysis of agricultural markets and business decisions. He served as director of economics for the National Pork Producers Council (1993-2001), and held the same position for the National Pork Board from 2001 to October 2002. In that capacity, Steve provided economic counsel to producers and Pork Board staff and coordinated staff and consultants' activities regarding meat industry production, price forecasts and the economic impact of pork production and processing. Previously, Steve served as a swine business specialist with Moorman Manufacturing Company, a sales representative with Dow Chemical and sales manager for an animal health and agricultural chemical distributor. In addition, he spent three years as an assistant professor in the agriculture economics department at the University of Missouri.


Pork Checkoff - News And Information - News Releases - Study Measures Value of Pork Checkoff to Producers

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Steve Meyer
, president of Paragon Economics and a consultant to the National Pork Board. "Studies such as these are best used to describe the impacts past Checkoff programs and expenditures have had on the economic situation facing producers," Meyer said. "It is historical, and while activities are measured in dollar terms, the results are heavily impacted by how a given number of dollars is used. For instance, one of the reasons that pork promotion expenditures have been effective is that the Pork. The Other White Meat® campaign was a good idea that resonated with consumers and effectively repositioned pork in the marketplace. The same number of dollars spent on a different idea may well have not had the same impact." Meyer said the USDA's requirement that this study be done every five years also serves producers by giving the National Pork Board an incentive to focus on the potential return on investment of the programs and activities it supports.


Tax Exemption Certification

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"While U.S. corn usage for food and industrial purposes other than ethanol have remained relatively constant since 2008, the amount of corn used for ethanol has increased eight-fold, with three-quarters of that increase occurring since 2005," said Steve Meyer on behalf of NCBA.
Meyer is president of Paragon Economics, a livestock and grain marketing and economic advisory company in Adel, Iowa. "I realize we cannot 'un-ring the bell' on ethanol subsidies and tariffs, but subsidized ethanol has meant record-high corn prices and record-high costs of production for meat and poultry resulting in lower per capita meat and poultry output," Meyer continued.


Dr. Steve Meyer - Show Me the Money: Economic Outlook | Agriculture Media You Can Use | Truffle Media Networks

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Dr. Steve Meyer - Show Me the Money: Economic Outlook
Video | By Dr. Steve Meyer Show Me the Money: Economic Outlook - Dr. Steve Meyer, President of Paragon Economics, from the 2013 Iowa Pork Congress, January 23-24, Des Moines, IA, USA. Fiscal year 2012 rode the roller coaster as a tremendous planting season was overshadowed by drought through the summer months. Producers saw profits dwindle away as corn and soybean meal prices skyrocketed and hog prices hovered with discussions of plentiful pork supply. With support from National Hog Farmer, Dr. Meyer is back to share his insight of what 2013 may hold in store for pork industry economics. Steve Meyer


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