Poultrymen may have more market competition ahead
AuthorE. C. Voorhies
Author AffiliationsE. C. Voorhies is Professor of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Economist in the Experiment Station, and Agricultural Economist on the Giannini Foundation, Berkeley.
Hilgardia 1(13):1-2. DOI:10.3733/ca.v001n13p1c. December 1947.
We must ship in eggs from other states. This puts the local producer in a favorable position because he gets a better price, and the consumer gets better eggs. The top quality ones are no longer shipped to eastern markets. Our in-shipments, on the other hand, do not come only from the Western states, as formerly, but in increasing numbers from those farther east, mainly the Mississippi Valley.
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