MANY of us wonder why there is so much difference between
the egg prices paid to farmers in the Midwest and those paid
by consum«;!rs in distant markets. A rather common conclusion
is that the wide margin means that the handlers in between are·
making handsome profits and that the remedy lies in reducing
Taylor, Frederick R.; Jesness, O. B..
The Economic Importance of Egg Quality.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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