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“Do You Trust Me?”

Share Letter: “Do You Trust Me?” January 17, 2022 | Letters Author: Dr. Jeffrey S. Young, Assistant Professor, Agribusiness Economics, Murray State University In mid-December 2021 I was able to partner with Consumer Corner collaborators Nicole Olynk Widmar and...









Market Complication: Chicken Wings Come From Actual Chickens

Share Letter: Market Complication: Chicken Wings Come From Actual Chickens June 21, 2021 | Letters Author: Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Associate Head and Professor, Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics Chicken wings are popular in bars, at restaurants...



Restarting Your Business

Restarting Your Business Author: Dr. Scott Downey, Director and Professor As salespeople, we thrive on building relationships, expanding our network, interacting with our customers and growing our business. I don’t want to say it’s the thrill of the chase, because I...



COVID-Induced Lifestyle Adaptations We’re Keeping Post-Pandemic

Share Letter: COVID-Induced Lifestyle Adaptations We’re Keeping Post-Pandemic March 29, 2021 | Letters Author: Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Associate Head and Professor, Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics Torrie Sheridan, Communication and Marketing...



2020 Holiday Season Adaptations

Share Letter: 2020 Holiday Season Adaptations January 4, 2021 | Articles Authors: Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Associate Head and Professor, Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics Dr. Courtney Bir, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State...



That’s Probably Not a Zebra

Share Letter: That’s Probably Not a Zebra September 21, 2020 | Letters Author: Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Associate Head and Professor, Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics Dr. Courtney Bir, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State...