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Agriculture now serves in an increasingly interdependent role with other sectors of the economy. This increasing interdependence grows out of the rapid commercialization and technological changes in farming in the last three decades. As farms grow larger more highly capitalized and employ increasing quantities of inputs from other sectors, this interdependence will be accentuated.
Center for Agricultural and Economic Development, Iowa State University
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Center for Agricultural and Economic Development, Iowa State University; Mayer, Leo V.; and Hargrove, Stanley H., "Foodcosts, farm incomes, and crop yields" (1971). CARD Reports. 35.
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