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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9 percent billion dollars broiler butter cattle cents per bushel cents per pound coming months Commodity Commodity Credit Corporation compared construction consumer incomes consumption cotton Crop receipts dairy products dark air-cured deciduous decline seasonally earlier early October estimated expected exports fall and winter farm farmers for eggs fats and oils Federal Reserve Banks feed grains fire-cured flue-cured fruits grapefruit inventories Juices July to August l0 cents l955 support lard larger than last late less than seasonally mid-August mid-October mid-September average milk million bales million bushels million pounds Minneapolis nondurable October l7 offset OILSEEDS ordinary protein output Parity percent above August percent larger percent smaller period potatoes prices received prospects received by farmers residential building Retail rose seasonal adjustment seasonal rise September l5 slightly Sorghum soybeans stocks of frozen supply support level sweet corn tobacco tung oil wage rates weeks winter wheat wool year's