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Marketing Incentive Programs in th Red River Valley: The Agribusinessmen's Perspective

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Title: Marketing Incentive Programs in th Red River Valley: The Agribusinessmen's Perspective
Author: Mittleider, John F.; Coon, Randal C.
Description: In 1985, North Dakota farmers had experienced reduced income for a number of reasons such as the weather, production expenses, carryover stocks, import-export trade, federal government farm programs and the US dollar's value value in foreign markets. In response to farmers receiving lass income, the federal government instituted the Payment-in-Kind (1983) which was created to reduce carryover grain stocks. Farmers received grain as payment for not planting acreage typically utilized for food and feed feed grains. 25% or 5.8 million acres were not planted in North Dakota in 183 as the result. During this time, other innovative programs were created to maintain sales levels. This paper identifies and analyzes marketing incentive program from the agri-businessmen's perspective in order to help deter mine the relative effectiveness of such programs which increase farm sectors sales. The then recent trends in farm income and input purchases, a Red River survey, marketing incentive programs, program evaluations and the conclusions from all of the aforementioned wraps the article up.
Date: 1985
Subject: Marketing
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/5957

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