MANY MINNESOTA FARMERS CURRENTLY FACE problems
of low income due to increasing costs, changing farm technology,
changing market structures, and relatively low prices for
farm products. As a result, they are involved in one of the biggest
adjustments ever witnessed in our agricultural economy.
Day, L. M.; Sundquist, W. B.; Jensen, H. R..
Profitable Adjustments in Farming in East Central Minnesota.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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