1 edition of Fertilizer operations of regional and interregional cooperatives, 1984 found in the catalog.
by Agricultural Cooperative Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||John R. Dunn and Donald L. Vogelsang|
|Series||ACS research report -- no. 60|
|Contributions||United States. Agricultural Cooperative Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
The total number of fertilizer sale points in the country is ,; out of which ab (27%) are institutional agencies’ sale points (mainly cooperatives) and the remaining 1, 91, (73 %) are controlled by the private trade. Cooperative Channels; Cooperatives are the main institutional agency in the country handling :// Nelson () working with Day included regional or spatial equilibrium in developing an interregional recursive program ming model of the US iron and steel industry. Abe () extended this analysis to include adjustments between desired and actual steel-making capacity by including a particular system of lagged ://
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Some cooperatives perform both bargaining and marketing functions. One example is dairy cooperatives that start as bargaining organizations but subsequently add processing facilities. Purchasing. Farmers first turned to cooperatives as economic tools to gain advantage of quality and quantity in supply purchases such as feed, fertilizer, and :// Rice development strategies for food security in Africa - J.C. Norman a and E. Otoo b. a Department of Crop Science, University of Ghana and b Crop Research Institute, Fumesua, Ghana. INTRODUCTION. Rice is the staple food in many countries of Africa and constitutes a major part of the diet in many
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Interregional Purchasing About 39 regional cooperatives in the United States and Canada own Universal Cooperatives, Minneapolis, MN, a national farm supply purchasing association. Universal supplies about $4 million of building supplies, including aluminum roofing/siding, paint, and regional cooperatives involved in the production and distribution of fertilizer and the marketing of grain, milk, rice and cotton.
To identify changes in structure during 1g 3. To identify recent changes in relationships within the federated :// The crisis affected fertilizer-sector operations at both the macro and micro for the way forward — the promotion of a common regional fertilizer ma rket in West Africa or cooperatives), Extract: This report reflects and fiscal year operations of 14 primary regional and 4 interregional grain cooperatives.
Other regionals handling grain are not included because their volume is relatively low. The 18 included represent about 97 percent of the total grain volume of all regional ://?sort=-date.
Regional cooperatives responded to these cir-cumstances with a concerted effort to enter export marketing. The first interregional grain exporting cooperative formed was Producers Export Company at Amarillo, TX, in (Reynolds).
Major changes in the world and domestic grain trade began to occur in the s. Early in the For example, Raut and Sitaula  found that, when 12% of the farmers knew about a change in the fertilizer policy, 44% of those with that knowledge were willing to adjust their modes of cooperatives.
These cooperatives In 8 the price of fertilizer increased and fuel. f ollowing the Report of the P residential Party. on the Second University in The :// largest industrial corporations, 15 regional and interregional cooperatives were listed. These cooperatives had work forces of more t Some small local cooperatives, however, may have only two or three employees.
As for locale of co-op jobs, they ranged from the ultra-modern headquarters building of Sunkist Growers, Inc., Full text of "THE FUTURE ROLE OF COOPERATIVES IN THE RED MEATS INDUSTRY" See other formats Cooperatives, in all spheres, today cover approximately 99% of Indian villages and 71% of total rural households in the country.
Their contribution to the national economy may be seen from the following table: Cooperative share in the economy - Percentage. Agricultural Credit Disbursed - 18* Fertilizer Distributed - 36* Agriculture, Cooperative.
Here are entered works which deal with cooperation in the production as well as in the disposal of agricultural ?type=lcsubc&key=Agriculture. Some holdings, such as state and private enterprises and cooperatives, imply a hired manager by their very nature.
While most of the major decisions of cooperatives are likely to be made at the general assembly, a manager (who may be a cooperative member or someone hired from outside) will take responsibility for the day-to-day norm, particularly in the case of interregional agricultural cooperatives where some board members are representatives of the management of constituent regional cooperatives and others may be selected as "outside" directors.
The unique structure and role of the board of directors in a cooperative is Department of Agriculture: Fertilizer resources and requirements of the United States. ([Washington], February ), also by United States.
President's Materials Policy Commission, Tennessee Valley Authority, and United States Department of the Interior (page images at HathiTrust) United States.
Department of Agriculture: The fertilizer ://?key=United States. The complementary inputs and practices have grown by equally high rates (Table 1): extension agents grew in number by % annually, farmer cooperatives grew by %, fertilizer kiosks increased % per annum, the number of rural credit banks tripled, and farmer improvement groups increased 'Indonesia Survey.
The Economist, 15 August:// various structural and informal barriers prevail at the regional and village level leading to ineffective marketing of the agricultural production. The aim of the current research paper is to contribute to the programme of food market liberalisation in In this study we have investigated one aspect of the quality of marketing and trade opportunities in the Kazakh wheat sector, that is the extent and nature of integration among regional wheat :// This study recommends that: 1) donors should undertake long term, untied import support for fertilizers to promote sound intensification of fertilizer use on a sustained basis, 2) food and fertilizer stocks be financed at the national and regional levels to encourage governments to remove intra and inter country restrictions on trade, 3 Fifteen regional and interregional cooperatives responded to a survey that asked detailed information on their petroleum operations.
Cooperatives continue to be an important supplier of petroleum products for farm production, having a 41 percent share of marketing activity in ?doi= DuringChina's total power of agricultural machinery soared from million kilowatts to million kilowatts; meanwhile, its consumption of nitrogen fertilizer, phosphate.
The HYV-fertilizer-irrigation `push' must steer scarce administrators, experts, and investible resources into HYV areas. HYV-induced price movements, moreover.
probably deprive surph:s farmers in non-HYV areas of both incentives and investible surpluses. HYVs, then, need not accentuate regional imbalances, but in practice often do :// at the national level and collectively at the regional and global levels – FAO organizes its work taking account of the main challenges facing the food and agriculture sector.
The present study, which was undertaken for the quadrennial review of FAO’s Strategic Framework and preparation of the Organization’s Medium-Term Plan, –21, Tennessee Valley Authority: Transfer of knowledge in fertilizer research and development with special emphasis on extending the TVA fertilizer program to developing countries / (Muscle Shoals, Ala.: National Fertilizer Development Center, Tennessee Valley Authority, ), also by Darrell Arden Russel and National Fertilizer Development Center ?key=Tennessee Valley Authority.