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An Analysis of the Effects of Government Payments to Grain and Oilseeds Producers on Cropping Decisions

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  • Meilke, K.D.
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  • Meilke, K.D. & Weersink, A., 1991. "An Analysis of the Effects of Government Payments to Grain and Oilseeds Producers on Cropping Decisions," Papers 9-91, Gouvernement du Canada - Agriculture Canada.
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