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Industrialization Of Heartland Agriculture: Challenges, Opportunities, Consequences, Alternatives; Conference Proceedings

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  • Saxowsky, David M.

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Farmers in America's Heartland are paying increasing attention to emerging trends of consolidation of farm firms, contractual and ownership linkages across input suppliers/processor and farm firms, and strategic partnering across the stages of food production, processing, and the firms that do business with farmers. The papers contained in this conference proceedings provide an overview of industrialization, and addresses its causes and consequences for producers, rural communities, food firms, and their customers. Industrialization holds different meaning, implications, and opportunities for different people.

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  • Anonymous & Saxowsky, David M., 1995. "Industrialization Of Heartland Agriculture: Challenges, Opportunities, Consequences, Alternatives; Conference Proceedings," Agricultural Economics Miscellaneous Reports 23111, North Dakota State University, Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics.
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    1. Barry, Peter J., 1995. "Industrialization of U.S. Agriculture: Policy, Research, and Education Needs," Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, Cambridge University Press, vol. 24(01), pages 128-135, April.
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