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Thinning Markets in U.S. Agriculture: What Are the Implications for Producers and Processors?
Michael K. Adjemian (au); B. Wade Brorsen (au); William Hahn (au); Tina L. Saitone (au); Richard J. Sexton (au)
U.S. agricultural production is growing more concentrated or äóģthinäó¯ (few purchasers, low trading volume, and low liquidity), reviving longstanding tensions between producers and processors and raising concerns that producers may not be getting a fair price due to less competitive market conditions. Contents of this report: What Are Thin Markets?; Thin Markets at the Farm Level; Coordinating Farm Production; How Are Prices Set in Thin Markets? Foregoing Thin Market Power; Are Thin Markets Distorting Farm Prices?: Cooperation, Winners, and Losers in Thin Markets; Thin Markets from a Regulatoräó»s Perspective; Options to Address Thin Markets; Conclusion. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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