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U.S. agriculture: review and prospects

An old maxim holds that too much of a good thing can be bad for your health. That maxim pretty well sums up U.S. agriculture's predicament in 1994. The nation's crop producers produced record harvests and livestock producers sent record amounts of meat to the nation's meat counters. The abundance of food, however, brought the industry back to its traditional problem--record supplies bring low prices. Hence, farm income declined in 1994. Fortunately, most farmers and ranchers had healthy balance sheets to cushion the fall.> Drabenstott and Barkema review the farm economy in 1994 and consider ...
Economic Review , Volume 80 , Issue Q I , Pages 33-48

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Farm production expenses holding steady

Agricultural Letter , Issue Jun , Pages 1-2

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Whistling Dixie? Despite tough times for many, some farmers finding good times

Fedgazette , Volume 11 , Issue Oct , Pages 5

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Less promising... the 1980 outlook for agriculture

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Economic Review , Volume 66 , Issue Jan , Pages 14-18

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With a little help from our friends: Though declining in number, co-ops find new ways to help farmers and rural communities

Fedgazette , Volume 14 , Issue Mar , Pages 12-14

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The balance sheet of agriculture, 1947

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Nov , Pages 1357-1372

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Not your father's farm recession

Fedgazette , Volume 11 , Issue Oct , Pages 3-4

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The farm slump continues

The century's final year was one of frustration for U.S. agriculture - certainly not the way the industry had hoped to close the millennium. Farmers took pride> in their productivity, turning out the fourth bin-busting crop in a row and more red meat and poultry than ever before. But the big production collided with a still sluggish world market, holding down farm commodity prices. Still, farm income held up well above the average for the past decade, due to another big financial assistance package from Washington.> The farm slump will likely continue in the year ahead, although prospects for ...
Economic Review , Volume 85 , Issue Q I , Pages 43-55

Newsletter
A look at the fall harvest

Agricultural Letter , Issue Sep , Pages 1-3

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U.S. agriculture at the crossroads in 1999

Markets for U.S. farm products took a sudden, unexpected turn for the worse in 1998, as supply and demand factors combined to produce a plunge in crop prices. Most parts of the nation had very favorable growing conditions in 1998, resulting in an abundant harvest of the major crops, and pushing prices lower. Likewise, the supply of red meat products in the marketplace soared, as both beef and pork producers boosted production, with pork production hitting a record high. But as supply soared, demand weakened. In particular, the economic crisis in Asia led to a drop in ag exports to many Asian ...
Economic Review , Volume 84 , Issue Q I , Pages 73-91

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