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000147226 245__ $$aDemand for Feed Ingredients by U.S. Formula Feed Manufacturers
000147226 260__ $$c1974-07
000147226 269__ $$a1974-07
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000147226 336__ $$aJournal Article
000147226 520__ $$aIn 1969, formula feed manufacturers utilized 23.1 percent of all the feed grains and wheat fed to livestock. Estimates of aggregate demand by the mixed feed ind.:-stry for corn, oats, barley, grain sorghum, and wheat are presented. As expected, all of the feed grains have elastic demands. Grain sorghum has the highest direct price elasticity (-5.42), followed by corn (-4.81), oats (-3.82), and barley (-2.75). The direct price elasticity of wheat is elltimated to be -0.85. The location of feed manufacturers is found to play an important role in the demand for feed ingredients.
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000147226 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000147226 650__ $$aDemand and Price Analysis
000147226 650__ $$aLivestock Production/Industries
000147226 6531_ $$aBarley
000147226 6531_ $$aCorn
000147226 6531_ $$aDemand
000147226 6531_ $$aDemand elasticity
000147226 6531_ $$aDemand functions
000147226 6531_ $$aFeed grains
000147226 6531_ $$aGrain sorghum
000147226 6531_ $$aLivestock feeding
000147226 6531_ $$aOats
000147226 6531_ $$aWheat
000147226 700__ $$aMeilke, Karl D.
000147226 773__ $$d1974$$jVolume 26$$kNumber 3$$o89$$q78$$tAgricultural Economics Research
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