Frank Nti

Agricultural Economics
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342 Waters Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
United States
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(785) 532-6702
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The use of sorghum as an input for biofuel could alter grain prices in Kansas. With higher competitive prices from sorghum, the possibility of decrease production in wheat and other grains is inevitable. Since Kansas a leading wheat producer any decline in its production will have effect on the global wheat market.
Ph.D. 2016 (Expected) Kansas State University Agricultural Economics
M.S. 2012 Kansas State University Agricultural Economics
B.S. 2008  Univ. of Ghana Agricultural Economics
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