WHERE WILL FUTURE AGRICULTURAL MARKETING INFORMATION COME FROM: NEW JERSEY PEACH MARKET - A CASE STUDY

Researchers and decision makers are currently faced with a reduced supply of agricultural marketing information at both federal and state levels. Although a number of on-line computer informational sources are available to help fill this gap, the data are relatively expensive and often not available in the form or detail needed at the farm level. This paper examines expected future sources of agricultural information in the public, private and semi-public/private sectors. A working model of a semi-public/private informational system is presented. The proposed self-help grower informational model system can be tailored to provide farm level data needed at a reasonable cost.


Issue Date:
1985-4
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/28936
Published in:
Northeastern Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Volume 14, Number 1
Page range:
35-40
Total Pages:
6




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