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Milk marketing problems in North Carolina. (Toward an economic adjustment of fluid milk supplies to needs)



Milk marketing problems in North Carolina. (Toward an economic adjustment of fluid milk supplies to needs)



Bull. N.C. agric. Exp. Sta, 370: 97



The study surveys the main problems facing the dairy industry in North Carolina during 1947-49. These are mainly derived from the over-production, for the first time since 1929, of Grade A milk for the liquid milk market. Various systems of price fixing are discussed, with suggestions for their modification to suit North Carolina conditions and especially for inducing level seasonal production.

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