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Zelalem Godaye Abahana

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First Name:Zelalem
Middle Name:Godaye
Last Name:Abahana
RePEc Short-ID:pab164
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  1. Abahana, Zelalem & Diersen, Matthew A. & Li, Jing & Klein, Nicole L., 2010. "Fed Cattle Forward Contract Volume and Basis Relationship," 2010 Annual Meeting, July 25-27, 2010, Denver, Colorado 61150, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association.

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