Phil Eberle, Ph.D.
Emeritus-Associate Professor, Agribusiness Economics
- Farm Management
- Farm Real Estate Appraisal
- Production Economics
- Economic Efficiency
- Viability of Enterprises (dairy, wheat, grapes)
Dr. Eberle's broad research interests are related to land valuation, including the recreational leasing of land as a means to enhance landowner income. Related to farm production, Dr. Eberle focuses on the economics of alternative agronomic wheat management practices, tax and government program impacts on alternative dairy systems, and the economics of enhancing the health properties of milk and livestock meats by grazing and feeding alternative oil supplements.
- ABE 419
- ABE 450
- ABE 451
- ABE 453
- ABE 551
Descriptions are available for each of these classes in the course listing for Agribusiness Economics.
- Ph.D. , Iowa State University
- M.A. , Washington State
- B.A. , Whitworth College
OtherYou can find additional information about Dr. Eberle's teaching and research at:
- Outstanding Teaching Award
- "Study Suggests Ways to Expand State's Dairy Industry" [SIUC Press Release 10/28/2003]
- "Survey of Dairy Farmers Offers Some Surprises" [SIUC Press Release 09/28/2004]
- "Professors Assist University's Rebuilding Efforts" [Press Release, 06/23/2005]
- "Ethanol By-Product Might Feed Livestock" [The Saluki Times, 04/30/3008]