Allotments for California rice: Growers must choose between lower market prices and support prices with their production controls
AuthorGordon R. Sitton
Author AffiliationsGordon R. Sitton is Lecturer in Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 9(1):5-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v009n01p5. January 1955.
Few California rice growers—if any, according to available data—could increase their net 1955 farm incomes over those anticipated from lower world prices, by accepting marketing quotas and acreage allotments.
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