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Factors Affecting Post Harvest Changes in Grain Prices Received By North Dakota Producers

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Title: Factors Affecting Post Harvest Changes in Grain Prices Received By North Dakota Producers
Author: Wilson, William W.
Description: Many factors affect timing of marketing decisions by grain producers. These include storage availability, opportunity costs of grain storage, taxes, cash-flow needs, participation in farm programs, and expectations of future trends in prices. The latter includes price changes due to both expected changes in fundamental market variables and the normal seasonal pattern. Similar factors also affect marketing decisions by processors. Likewise, the demand for marketing services (Le., transportation, elevation, etc.) is derived from and responds positively to changes in gram prices. Understanding seasonal price behavior is important to each of the above participants making effective marketing decisions.
Date: 1981
Subject: Prices
Grain crops
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/4415

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