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Regional differences of shares of marketing channels for fat pigs and cattle

Regional differences of shares of marketing channels for fat pigs and cattle

Landbauforschung Volkenrode 27(3): 189-200

ISSN/ISBN: 0458-6859

It is suggested the relative volumes of different marketing channels for fat pigs and cattle are influenced by: (1) the relation between supply and demand for meat; (2) the distance between production regions and main demand regions (e.g. Koln); (3) the regional size structure of cattle and pig producing farms; and (4) the location of rural districts in relation to urban centres.

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