Fryer grading: System of uniform USDA standards tested in 10s Angeles retail markets
AuthorsKenneth D. Naden
George A. Jackson
Authors AffiliationsKenneth D. Naden is Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics.
Hilgardia 7(1):3-3. DOI:10.3733/ca.v007n01p3. January 1953.
This research work was conducted in co-operation with the Bureau of Agricultural Economics and the Production and Marketing Administration, United States Department of Agriculture, as part of Western Regional Marketing Project WM-7. It was financed partly by funds appropriated under the Research and Marketing Act of 1946.
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