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Economic Analysis of the Chile Industry. Rhonda Skaggs Professor Ag Economics & Ag Business. Earlier Research & Publications. A Survey of Southern NM Chile Producers R. Skaggs, M. Decker, D. VanLeeuwen Ag Experiment Station Research Bulletin #782, Jan. 2000

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economic analysis of the chile industry

Economic Analysis of the Chile Industry

Rhonda Skaggs

Professor

Ag Economics & Ag Business

earlier research publications
Earlier Research & Publications
  • A Survey of Southern NM Chile Producers
      • R. Skaggs, M. Decker, D. VanLeeuwen
      • Ag Experiment Station Research Bulletin #782, Jan. 2000
  • Drip Irrigation and Southern NM Chile Pepper Production: A Survey of Producers
      • R. Skaggs, M. Hillon, and R. Phillips
      • Ag Experiment Station Research Bulletin #784, Aug. 2001
  • Predicting Drip Irrigation Use and Adoption in a Desert Region
      • R. Skaggs
      • Agricultural Water Management, Volume 51, 2001
recent research
Recent Research
  • The NM Chile Pepper Industry: Description, Labor Issues & Economic Impacts
      • AEEC Master’s thesis
      • Teri Hall
  • Monte Carlo Simulation of Flood-Furrow & Drip Irrigation Systems in Doña Ana Cnty, NM
      • AEEC Master’s thesis
      • Elizabeth Holland
publications from hall thesis
Publications from Hall thesis…
  • New Mexico’s Chile Pepper Industry: Chile Types & Product Sourcing
      • Ag Experiment Station Research Bulletin #___
      • Has been reviewed, accepted for publication
  • Economic Impact of the NM Chile Pepper Industry
      • Ag Experiment Station Research Bulletin #___
      • Has been reviewed, accepted for publication
new mexico chile pepper industry
New Mexico Chile Pepper Industry

Source: Processor Interviews, 2001

chile peppers processed in southern nm by chile type growing region
Chile Peppers Processed in Southern NM by Chile Type & Growing Region

Source: Data compiled through processor interviews conducted 05/2001 – 09/2001

total estimated industry workforce needed by month
Total Estimated Industry Workforce Needed by Month

Source: Eastman, 1996, Processor interviews conducted 5/2001-9/2001

implan modeling
IMPLAN Modeling
  • Input-Output analysis
  • Direct, indirect & induced economic impacts
  • Backward linkages
  • 1998 data
  • Doña Ana, Luna & Hidalgo Counties
    • 86% of pepper production
    • 74% of harvest chile acreage
    • Green chile, jalapeño & red chile industries
    • Vegetable production, canning, dehydration,

freezing, etc.

statewide employment impacts of nm pecan production
Direct employment

610 jobs

Farm level production

Indirect employment

480 jobs

Ag services

Other services

Retail & wholesale trade

Induced employment

209 jobs

Retail & wholesale trade

Other services

Total employment

1,299 jobs

Full time equivalents

1998 data

IMPLAN model

Statewide Employment Impacts of NM Pecan Production
statewide output impacts of nm pecan production
Direct output

$47.3 million

Farm level production

Indirect output

$19.4 million

Ag services

Manufacturing

Retail & wholesale trade

Induced output

$13.1 million

Other services

Retail & wholesale trade

Finance, insurance, real estate

Total output

$79.8 million

Full time equivalents

1998 data

IMPLAN model

Statewide Output Impacts of NM Pecan Production
statewide new mexico pecan production multipliers

Sector

Employment Multiplier

Output Multiplier

Farm level pecan production

2.13

1.69

Statewide New Mexico Pecan Production Multipliers
chile pepper imports from mexico through new mexico ports of entry
Chile Pepper Imports From Mexico Through New Mexico Ports of Entry

Source: Medrano, 2001; Coppenbarger, 2001