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Date of this Version

2-1945

Document Type

Article

Citation

Mussehl, F. E. & Filley, H. C. (1945). Poultry progress: our egg marketing job (University of Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 79-1)

Comments

ISSN 0099-5460 (print)

ISSN 2690-8034 (online)

Abstract

Eggs are one of the products which Nebraska farm families exchange for the necessities and comforts of life. Although values are measured in dollars and cents, the interest of the producers centers in the amount of useful goods and services that the eggs will buy rather than in the price per dozen or per case. Farmers are interested in a fair exchange value because they wish better homes, better schools, better churches, and better communities in general. In the typical Nebraska community, not only farmers but physicians, merchants, mechanics and school teachers are dependent for their income, either directly or indirectly, on the purchasing power of farm products. They should be interested, therefore, in efficient egg marketing.

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