Survey studies farmers' use of crop consultants

May 1996
Agri Marketing;May96, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p15
Trade Publication
Reports that an agricultural survey which was conducted with the participation of over 17,000 crop farmer in 1995, revealed that more American farmers are using the services of crop consultants. Statistical information on the findings.


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