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Variability of high protein meal prices



Variability of high protein meal prices



Canadian Farm Economics 14(5): 9-19



World prices of high protein meal have varied considerably since 1971, even more than those of cereals in world markets, largely due to peculiar supply and demand factors. This paper discusses some of the factors affecting meal prices, and analyzes differences between meal and cereal (particularly coarse grain) price behaviour by tracing differences in their supply and demand patterns.

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