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Marketing farm products is increasingly important in our expanding national economy; marketing costs often influence consumer food prices more than does the price of the commodity on the farm. As the marketing functions expand, these costs become a primary force in the distribution of farm commodities.
Iowa State University. Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station
Thompson, W. H., "Transportation of grain and mixed feeds from Iowa" (1967). Special Report. 36.