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Economics of Regulating Wheat Cleanliness

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Title: Economics of Regulating Wheat Cleanliness
Author: Cobia, David; Johnson, Demcey D.; Scherping, Daniel; Wilson, William W.
Description: Farm goods are graded on their cleanliness by percentage of various contaminants found in samples of agricultural product. Less garbage, better USDA rating and better price at the marketplace. Various aspects of the added costs of cleaning, exporting, importing and grading such are examined got both the US and other countries. Profitability is a consideration in determining the limit of cleaning processes applied to these farm products. The benefits can outstrip making a profit.
Date: 1993
Subject: Wheat
Economics
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/8303

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