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Transportation Requirements for Projected Grain and Oilseed Crop Production to 1999-2000 for North Dakota

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  • Cobia, David W.

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Projections of crop production and livestock consumption of selected grains and oilseed crops reported in this publication were prepared as part of a North Central (NC) Regional Research Committee 137 effort. The objective was to forecast transportation demand by agricultural products to the year 2000. Funding was provided by ND 1360 and NC-137 projects, both titled "Alternative Rural Freight Transportation and Distribution Systems."

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  • Cobia, David W., 1980. "Transportation Requirements for Projected Grain and Oilseed Crop Production to 1999-2000 for North Dakota," Agricultural Economics Reports 23183, North Dakota State University, Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics.
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    1. Ehni, Rodney J. & Nelson, William C., 1977. "Economic and Environmental Effects of Agricultural Management Decisions in the Lower Sheyenne River Basin," Agricultural Economics Reports 23135, North Dakota State University, Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics.
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