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Master of Science (MS)
Roice H. Anderson
Poultry and egg purchases represent a substantial part of the consumers' dollar spent for food. The Marketing and Transportation Situation reported that the average American family of 3.3 persons used 11.3 percent of its food expenditures for the purchase of chickens and eggs in 1953. This means that the average family spent $113.00 for eggs and chickens during that year.
Jorgensen, M. Vincent, "Retail Merchandising Practices for Eggs and Poultry Products in Utah, 1955" (1956). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2687.
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