The Impact of Drought on Grain Handling Firms
Drought impact both producers and agribusinesses. This study investigates the impacts of the 2004-2007 droughts on Oklahoma grain handling and fertilizer supply firms. The results indicated an average decline in firm revenues of 30%. Individual firms had single year revenue declines of 85% and drought period declines of 75%.
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- Johnson, James D. & Smith, Vincent H., 2003. "Adverse Impacts Of Drought On Crops And Crop Producers In The West," Western Economics Forum, Western Agricultural Economics Association, vol. 2(01).
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