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Are Producers Always in Search of the Cheapest Price?

July 2004

From Feedstuffs Magazine - Price is always a sensitive issue in the agriculture markets. The general consensus seems to be that producers are always hunting for the lowest price. This places tremendous pressure on supplier margins. Yet, one has to wonder how producers really feel about prices. Do producers always buy the lowest-priced products and services?

AUTHORS

Allan Gray
Jay Akridge

PUBLISHER

Feedstuffs
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