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This study, from 1967, was designed to provide basic information concerning the movement of table eggs through the major marketing firms located in Maine. The primary purpose of the report was to aid in better understanding the structure of the present egg marketing systems in Maine in order that: (1) efficient alternatives to the present egg marketing systems could be developed, and (2) Maine's competitive position in out-of-state markets could be improved.
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Maine Agricultural Experiment Station
Yeh, C. 1967. Maine egg marketing: A structural study. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 655.