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Local Cooperatives' Role in the Identity-Preserved Grain Industry

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  • Hogeland, Julie A.

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This study examines how locally owned cooperatives have responded to the transition from commodity to identity-preserved grain marketing. Survey results showed locals’ overall commitment to identity-preserved grains was determined more by a cultural receptivity to innovation than by differences in priorities among grain, feed, and general managers.

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  • Hogeland, Julie A., 2001. "Local Cooperatives' Role in the Identity-Preserved Grain Industry," Research Reports 42911, United States Department of Agriculture, Rural Development Business and Cooperative Programs.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:urdbrr:42911
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