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000156067 245__ $$aConsumer-Driven Profit Maximization in Broiler Production and Processing
000156067 260__ $$c2004-03-30
000156067 269__ $$a2004-03-30
000156067 270__ $$mecio@yahoo.com$$pCosta,   Ecio de Farias
000156067 270__ $$mjhouston@agecon.uga.edu$$pHouston,   Jack E.
000156067 300__ $$a18
000156067 336__ $$aJournal Article
000156067 490__ $$aVolume 42
000156067 490__ $$aNumber 01
000156067 520__ $$aIncreased emphasis on consumer markets in broiler profitmaximizing
modeling generates results that differ from those by
traditional profit-maximization models. This approach reveals that the
adoption of step pricing and consideration of marketing options (examples of responsiveness to consumers) affect the optimal feed
formulation levels and types of broiler production to generate maximum
profitability. The adoption of step pricing attests that higher profits can
be obtained for targeted weights only if premium prices for broiler
products are contracted.
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000156067 650__ $$aAgribusiness
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000156067 700__ $$aCosta, Ecio de Farias
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