Peanut growers take less traveled path in marketing

Yancy, Cecil H.
May 2004
Southeast Farm Press;5/19/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p10
Trade Publication
Focuses on how peanut growers in Nash County, North Carolina profits from the product's yield through an uncommon marketing strategy. Production of additional peanuts in an area known for high-cost production; Decision of increasing acreage under the program which is based on experience with peanuts; Exhibition of hardwork.


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