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Burley tobacco. The effects of prices and allotments on production, farm resource use, and income



Burley tobacco. The effects of prices and allotments on production, farm resource use, and income



Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin. University of Kentucky. Lexington, Ky, 162, 117



The relation between the price of burley tobacco and the amount of burley and other products which US farmers would produce is estimated as well as the resources they would require and the incomes they would earn if they maximized profits with an advanced level of technology in an immediate length of run.

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