Spatial and Temporal Changes in the U.S. Hog, Dairy, and Fed-Cattle Sectors, 1975–2000
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- Deepananda P. Herath & Alfons J. Weersink & Chantal L. Carpentier, 2005. "Spatial and Temporal Changes in the U.S. Hog, Dairy, and Fed-Cattle Sectors, 1975–2000," Review of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 27(1), pages 49-69.
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