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The economic productivity of a region or state, despite its potential, cannot be greater than the value of its products in consuming areas, less transportation costs. Therefore, efficiency of transportation systems limits the productivity of areas distant from markets and influences the patterns of productive methods.
Iowa State University. Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station
Agricultural Economics | Agriculture
Thompson, W. H., "Transportation of livestock and meats from Iowa" (1969). Special Report. 55.