Excerpt from Price Spreads and Prices for Eggs, Frying Chickens, and Turkeys in Selected Cities, 1956-1961
Farm values for each commodity are weighted averages of prices at farms in the major commercial producing areas supplying the various city markets. Among the cities included in this study, those near the major commercial egg and poultry producing areas generally received most of their respective supplies from these areas. Many of the cities received sizable proportions of their eggs and poultry from the same major producing areas.
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