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AgEcon Search 10 records found
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The demand for U.S. feed grain is estimated using a six-equation simultaneous model. Four different utilizations of feed grain and feed grain price as well as the number [...]
1975-01 | Journal Article |
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Commodity program provisions of the Food and Agriculture Act of 1977 are summarized. Price support, loan level, disaster payment, program acreage, and other provisions of [...]
English | 1977 | Report |
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In 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 fo [...]
1974-07 | Journal Article |
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The costs of cleaning barley beyond the current level of cleanliness would outweigh the potential benefits. There is little commercial interest in the cleaning of barley [...]
English | 1996 | Report |
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Policy issues likely to be considered in 1995 farm legislation are discussed, including planting flexibility, acreage idling under the acreage reduction program and conse [...]
English | 1995 | Report |
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A quarterly econometric model for U S agriculture is used to illustrate shortrun and longrun adjustments m major livestock subsectors resulting from changes m feed gram p [...]
1987 | Journal Article |
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This bulletin contains State-level statistics for corn (grain, silage, and forage), grain sorghum (grain, silage, and forage), oats, and barley for each of the 48 contigu [...]
1987-10 | Report |
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World trade in feed grains (barley, corn, rye, oats, and other cereals, n.e.s.) more than tripled from 1962-85, while the number of countries participating in world trade [...]
1987-08 | Report |

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