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Simulation of marketing situations is a means of better understanding the impact of various changes which may or may not come about in an industry. This report reflects the impact of several assumptions about market situations in the dairy industry, many of which depart from existing conditions. A major assumption was that of complete price deregulation. The results are not considered final, but are offered as indicators of the impact of changes which may take place in the marketing of mil k in Maine.
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Taylor, D., G. White, H. Metzger, and A. Kezis. 1979. The impact of price deregulation and changes in assembly and processing costs on the marketing of milk in Maine. Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 93.