2 edition of Marketing, a dynamic force in agricultural development. found in the catalog.
Marketing, a dynamic force in agricultural development.
Food and Agriculture Organization.
by Food and Agriculture Organization
Written in English
|Series||World food problems -- no.10|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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The industrial approach to marketing is mass marketing to support mass production. Agricultural marketing is the study of all the activities, agencies and policies involved in the procurement of Marketing inputs by the farmers and the movement of agricultural products from the farms to the consumers.
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Agricultural Economics and Marketing 1. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND MARKETING NORIEL B. BERGONIO 2. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS • Agricultural economics is an applied field of economics in which the principles of choice are applied in the use of scarce resources such as land, labour, capital and management in farming and allied a.
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Industrial revolution was the start point of the old economy with focus on producing massive quantities of.Approaches to the Study of Agricultural Marketing WHY? and when/where is the particular approach best to us The functional approach is useful in understanding the difference in marketing costs of various commodities.
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