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Expanding the Demand for Farm Food Products in the United States
Wetmore, John M.; Abel, Martin E.; Learn, Elmer W. (Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1961)
 

Title 
Expanding the Demand for Farm Food Products in the United States

Issue Date
1961

Publisher
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station

Abstract
COMMODITY SURPLUSES, DECLINING PRICES, AND Low INCOMES have dominated the agricultural scene in the last decade. This situation has led to many policy proposals and recommendations. A leading proposal is "demand expansion"-that is, increasing food consumption in the United States. The potentials of this approach are examined in this bulletin.

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Series/Report Number
Station Bulletin
456

Description
16 pages

Suggested Citation
Wetmore, John M.; Abel, Martin E.; Learn, Elmer W.. (1961). Expanding the Demand for Farm Food Products in the United States. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, http://purl.umn.edu/137036.


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