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Crop reports signal contrasting price pressures

Agricultural Letter , Issue Apr

Journal Article
The farm slump eases

Another big package of government financial aid cushioned the farm slump in 2000 but did little to lift agriculture's spirit. Overall, the industry's major financial indicators stayed remarkably healthy. Farmers delivered more red meat and poultry to supermarkets than ever before, and strong consumer demand in the robust U.S. economy boosted livestock prices and profits. But another big crop swamped still sluggish global markets, and weak crop prices held down farm incomes. In the end, help from Washington propped up the industry's financial indicators for the third consecutive year.> Barkema ...
Economic Review , Volume 85 , Issue Q IV , Pages 37-49

Journal Article
The farm slump eases

Main Street Economist , Issue Jan

Journal Article
The challenge in building demand for U.S. farm exports

Economic Review , Volume 71 , Issue Feb , Pages 15-27

Journal Article
Drought, agriculture, and the economy

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Jan

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Factors behind the rise and fall of farmland prices: a preliminary assessment

Review , Volume 67 , Issue Aug , Pages 18-24

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The dairy price support program: a study of misdirected economic incentives

Review , Volume 66 , Issue Feb , Pages 5-14

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Agricultural markets and food price inflation - a conference summary

On October 2, 2008, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago held a conference that focused on the economic impacts of volatile agricultural prices and food policy, especially their intersection with the macroeconomy through food price inflation.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jan

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100 percent of what?

FRBSF Economic Letter

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