J. Marc Raulston
Mr. Raulston's research focuses primarily on analyzing the farm level impacts of public policy initiatives on the economic viability of agricultural producers. As part of this research, he is responsible for development and maintenance of 64 focus groups of feedgrain, oilseed, wheat, cotton, and rice farmers. These focus groups, located in major production regions of 19 states, form the backbone of the AFPC representative farm program.
Mr. Raulston's background in production agriculture lends valuable insight into understanding the nuances of interactions between public policy and the agricultural sector.
Texas A&M University | Master of Science | Agribusiness | 2002
Texas A&M University | Bachelor of Science | Agronomy, Entomology | 2000
Mr. Raulston is originally from Hillsboro, Texas and is married to Shelley. They have two children, Addison and AJ.