Dr. Lee Schulz In the News
Associate Professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Inforum for the article "Finding workers critical for planned pork plant in Sioux Falls," which focuses on a new meat packing plant opening in Sioux Falls.
Associate professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by KMTV (Omaha) for the story "Bird flu resurgence isn't just affecting farms and the Omaha Zoo, but also your pocket," which details how a resurgence in avian influenze (bird flu) could affect consumer prices.
Associate professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Successful Farming for the article "Walmart Invests in Nebraska Rancher-owned Processing Plant."
Associate professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Missouri Farmer Today for the article "Producers address high feed costs with tools, alternatives."
Associate Professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Reuters for the story "Shrinking U.S. cattle herd signals more pain from high beef prices," which focuses on how a smaller US cattle inventory could signal higher beef prices in the near future.
Associate professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by the Arizona Daily Sun for the article "Has inflation peaked? What experts say consumers can expect in the next few months."
Associate Professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Illinois Farmer Today for the article "Risk management helps farmers find the right balance," which focuses on farmers finding the right input cost balance.
Lee Schulz, associate professor, was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal for the article "Smithfield Foods, Citing High Costs of Operating in California, to Close Pork Plant."
Lee Schulz, associate professor, had on-camera interview in the News Service broadcast studio with Bryce Doeschot, Market Journal, on trends in pork production and pork markets.
Lee Schulz, associate professor, was interviewed for a Jan. 8 KMA Land story, "Meat Supply Chain Issues Explained."
Lee Schulz, associate professor, recorded an interview with the Market Journal about hog and beef demand, prices, and supply chain issues in the livestock commodities for this year and into next year as well. The interview was shot in the News Service broadcast studio.
Christopher Pudenz, PhD student, and Lee Schulz, associate professor, had an article, “Packer Procurement, Structural Change, and Moving Average Basis Forecasts: Lessons from the Fed Dairy Cattle Industry,” published in the Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
Lee Schulz, associate professor, was quoted in a Sept. 20 KCRG story, "Iowans cope with rising food prices."
U.S. Farm Report kicked off their 2021 college roadshow season at Iowa State.
An article by Lee Schulz, associate professor, is the lead article and Editor’s Choice in issue 3 (July 2021) of the European Review of Agricultural Economics: “The market for traceability with applications to U.S. feeder cattle” by James Mitchell, Glynn Tonsor, and Lee Schulz.
In May 2021 Wendong Zhang, assistant professor, was the latest Iowa State University extension economist to bring home the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association's prestigious Distinguished Extension/Outreach Program Award: Less than 10 years’ experience.
The Livestock Marketing Information Center has awarded Lee Schulz, associate professor, the Superior Service award for his exceptional dedication and service to the livestock industry and the outstanding contributions he has made to the Livestock Marketing Information Center.
Lee Schulz, associate professor, was interviewed for a Dec. 18 The Neighbor story, "COVID-19 pandemic teaches livestock producers: Be prepared."
Lee Schulz, associate professor, was interviewed for a Nov. 15 Missouri Farmer Today story, "Domestic meat demand remains strong."
Lee Schulz, associate professor, was interviewed for a July 7, 2020 Clayton News-Daily story, "USDA report shows hog supply on the rise."
The report is somewhat bullish, says Lee Schulz, Iowa State University Extension livestock marketing economist.
On Monday, June 29th, the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) and the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA) are releasing a new paper, Economic Impacts of COVID-19 on Food and Agricultural Markets. Lee Schulz, associate professor, was a contributing author to this paper.
Lee Schulz, associate professor, had several recent media contacts:
The ISU Office of Strategic Relations and Communications shared that recent media coverage featuring CALS experts is “massive” compared to past reports.
Lee Schulz, associate professor, was interviewed for an April 14 Star Tribune story, "Sioux Falls plant closing is risk to pork supply, but plenty of others are open."
Michaela Eden, incoming master student of ag economics at Kansas State University, is one of the students working this summer at Iowa State as a George Washington Carver Research Intern.