MANY MINNESOTA FARMERS face problems of farm organization
because of increasing production costs, changing
farm technology, changing market structures, and relatively low
prices for farm products. They are involved in one of the biggest
adjustments ever witnessed in our agricultural economy.
Sundquist, W. B.; Day, L. M.; Jensen, H. R..
Income- Improving Farm Adjustments in Southeastern Minnesota.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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