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EC97-825 Pinto and Great Northern Bean Prices: Historical Trends and Seasonal Patterns
Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
  • Chyi-lyi (Kathleen) Liang, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Dillon M. Feuz, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • R.G. Taylor, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Date of this Version
1-1-1997
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© 1997, The Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska on behalf of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension. All rights reserved.
Abstract
Dry edible beans, while not a major crop nationally, are an important crop in the Nebraska Panhandle and scattered regions in Colorado, California, Idaho, Michigan, North Dakota, and Wyoming. Lacking widespread cultivation and national prominence as a cash crop, edible bean prices receive little national attention. The goal of this extension circular is to provide a basic price analysis for Pinto and Great Northern beans, and to show what happened in their prices over time.
Citation Information
Chyi-lyi (Kathleen) Liang, Dillon M. Feuz and R.G. Taylor. "EC97-825 Pinto and Great Northern Bean Prices: Historical Trends and Seasonal Patterns" (1997)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/dillon_feuz/248/