FARMERS’ COOPERATIVES in Minnesota have made out
standing progress during the past half century. Today these
organizations provide a large proportion of the business services
needed by farmers of the state. With the aid of their cooperatives
farmers have worked out for themselves many of the problems
incident to the marketing of their farm products, purchasing of
farm supplies, and providing other essential business services.
Koller, E. Fred; Manning, T. W.; Jesness, O. B..
Statistics of Farmers' Cooperatives In Minnesota, 1950.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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