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Excerpt from Distributing and Handling Grain-Feeds in New Hampshire, Vol. 1: Characteristics of Milling and Distributing Firms
Less than two percent of the tonnage of grains and mixed feeds used annually in the State is home-grown. As a deficit feed-producing area'l New Hampshire must draw the bulk of its feed needs in such a way as to obtain adequate nutritional standards for its livestock at a cost not disadvantageous to its competitive position. Obviously, grains and mixed feeds should logical 1y cost more per unit in this area than in surplus grain areas, other things being equal, but the difference in cost should not exceed the selling ad vantages accruing to New Hampshire producers through such things as nearness to market, higher quality, and volume.
It is the mutual concern of the grain companies and their outlets and their farmer customers to see that the feed needs of New Hampshire live stock are supplied at the minimum practicable cost. It is equally important that the efficiency of grain handling on the farm, as well as in the various stages of distribution, keeps pace with that in other areas.
Therefore, the objectives of this study were twofold: (1) to appraise the present system of assembling, distributing, and handling grain-feeds; and (2) to explore means of effectuating greater efficiency in that system.
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