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This paper examines the effects of energy royalties and resource-boom induced wage increases to off-farm labor supply in U.S. farm households. I present a theoretical model that indicates a reduction in off-farm income in response to royalty increases, although the effect of wage gains is ambiguous. Using data from the Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS), I employ a repeated cross-sectional regression framework to empirically test the theoretical predictions in farm operators anddoi:10.22004/ag.econ.312724 fatcat:mhathq3buzbzpdh7wplshwuuna