Demand and price situation, Volumes 1-12
United States. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, United States. Agricultural Marketing Service, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1955 - Business & Economics
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11 percent acreage allotment agricultural exports Army Civilian Supply automobiles average price received billion dollars Burley Butterfat carryover cents per pound commercial Commodity consumer buying consumer incomes continued corn cotton cottonseed oil crop December declined demand earlier early February egg prices estimated expected Export-Import Bank farm products fats and oils feed grains final quarter Florida foreign currencies government financed Grower prices harvested Hog prices hundredweight increased January 15 January 22 January 31 January and early July-December last quarter lower manufacturing Mil.dol milk Million Million moderately months Mutual Security Act Oct.-Dec oranges orders for durable output Pakistan percent larger percent smaller period price support Prices Average quantity quarter of 1954 received by farmers received by growers record reduced rice rise rose shipments shipping points shorn wool slightly sorghum Soybean spring stocks substantial sumer support level SWEETPOTATOES tobacco tural turkeys USDA donations vegetables wheat winter Wool production