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  • Marketing and Transportation of Grain By Local Cooperatives
Author
  • Hunley, Charles L.
Physical Description
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  • A total of 2,060 local cooperative associations handled 4.7 billion bushels of grain during the 1982-83 marketing year. This is about 41 percent of all grain sold off-farm during the year. Cooperative grain storage capacity totaled 2.5 billion bushels. Corn, at 1 .5 billion bushels, ranked as the leading grain marketed; wheat was second at slightly under 1.0 billion. More than half of the grain sold by local cooperatives moved by truck.
  • cooperatives, grain handling, grain elevator, grain bank, grain transportation, Agribusiness,
  • RePEc:ags:urdbrr:52039
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  • English
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