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A Statistical Profile of Horticultural Crop Farm Industries in California
This report from the Giannini Foundation provides a detailed statistical profile of California's horticultural crop industries, based on a survey of specialty crop growers conducted in 2002 under a partnership between UC Davis and the USDA. This is the most comprehensie statistical profile ever undertaken for these industries.

Publication Number:: GFRR348
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Adapting Cooperative Policies to Succeed in Changing Food and Fiber Industries
Part of The Working Paper Series: booklets that express author viewpoints and opinions about cooperative issues and topics. Publications may be informational or provocative and are intended to contribute to a better understanding of cooperatives.

Publication Number:: WP3
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AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE CA THOROUGHBRED

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California Agriculture: Dimensions and Issues
This is a comprehensive revision of “California Agriculture: Issues and Challenges”, and features 12 new chapters written by leading experts on major issues in California agriculture and natural resources. Published by the Giannini Foundation.

Publication Number:: GFI03-1
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California’s Contributions to Cooperation
Part of The Working Paper Series: booklets that express author viewpoints and opinions about cooperative issues and topics. Publications may be informational or provocative and are intended to contribute to a better understanding of cooperatives.

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Co-ops—What Farmers Think!
A survey of producers’ attitudes and expectations about cooperatives as they compete in a rapidly changing environment. Center for Cooperatives publication.

Publication Number:: R24
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Community and University: Case Studies and Commentary on UC Cooperative Extensio
Full Title: Community and University: Case Studies and Commentary on UC Cooperative Extension Interventions


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Cost Economies and Market Power in U.S. Beef Packing
A monograph from the Giannini Foundation.

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Dairying in California’s Imperial Valley: Is It Feasible?
Research report of the Agricultural Issues Center.

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Director Liability: An Overview for Directors of Agricultural Cooperatives
Part of The Working Paper Series: booklets that express author viewpoints and opinions about cooperative issues and topics. Publications may be informational or provocative and are intended to contribute to a better understanding of cooperatives.

Publication Number:: WP2
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Economic & Environmental Impacts of Adoption of Genetically Modified Rice in CA
This Giannini Foundation Research Report is a partial budgeting analysis of the short-run economic effects of genetically modified (GM) rice adoption using production cost and field trial data. Includes a discussion of potential environmental impacts.

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Economic Consequences of Mandated Grading and Safety Assurance
A Giannini Foundation Monograph. Discusses the economic consequences of the federal marketing order for California pistachios.

Publication Number:: GM46
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Farmstead and Artisan Cheeses: A Guide to Building a Business
Navigating the start-up of any business is hard work, but cheesemaking has its own special challenges. This manual walks you, as a beginning cheesemaker, through the steps necessary to decide if cheesemaking as a business is right for you.

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How California Sees Cooperatives
From the Center for Cooperatives

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Identity Preservation of Agricultural Commodities
Identity preservation (IP) is a system of production, handling, and marketing practices that maintain the integrity of commodities. Crop varieties with unique traits benefit from IP programs that can capture their added value in markets.

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Maintaining the Competitive Edge in California’s Dairy Industry (Part 1)
Part 1. Part of the Agricultural Issues Center's Maintaining California's Competetive Edge Series.

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Non-member Equity Instruments for Consumer and Worker Cooperatives
Explores methods for cooperative businesses and outside equity investors to work together to satisfy both the capital needs of the business and the profit goals of investors. Center for Cooperatives publication.

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North American Free Trade Agreement: Implications for California Agriculture
International Conference Proceedings. Agricultural Issues Center publication. For more information about the Agricultural Issues Center, visit their website at http://aic.ucdavis.edu

Publication Number:: NAFTA-1
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