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Agricultural cooperatives in the US grain export industry

, : Agricultural cooperatives in the US grain export industry. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (B-782): 16

Agricultural cooperatives are a small but important part of the US grain export industry exporting wheat, maize, soyabeans and rice, etc. Data availability has restricted research on the export capability of agricultural cooperatives. A first step toward increased understanding is a descriptive analysis of the industry. The results of a survey sent to cooperative grain export firms are analysed.

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