Poultrymen may have more market competition ahead
E. C. Voorhies
California Agriculture 1(13):1-2. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v001n13p1c.
E. C. Voorhies is Professor of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Economist in the Experiment Station, and Agricultural Economist on the Giannini Foundation, Berkeley.
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We must ship in eggs from other states. This puts the local producer in a favorable position because he gets a better price, and the consumer gets better eggs. The top quality ones are no longer shipped to eastern markets. Our in-shipments, on the other hand, do not come only from the Western states, as formerly, but in increasing numbers from those farther east, mainly the Mississippi Valley.