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Meant for all segments of agribusiness in addition to non-agribusiness agencies, AGRIBUSINESS:PRINCIPLES OF administration provides the altering face of agribusiness in a layout that's attention-grabbing, trouble-free, and straightforward to appreciate. This accomplished e-book ways agribusiness as a technology-oriented composed of agencies ranging in dimension from small, family-owned farms or companies to a few of the biggest agencies on this planet. With a number of possibilities for self-review in addition to vignettes, instances, and examples in each one bankruptcy, this e-book exhibits readers the real-world program of what they're studying and offers them with a superior realizing of what administration is all approximately.
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In 1867, J. B. Sutherland of Detroit, Michigan, gained a patent for a refrigerated rail car. But it was Gustavus Swift, one of the original ﬁve meat-packer families in Chicago (Armour, Swift, Morris, Wilson, and Cudahy), who saw the potential for this development and commissioned his own design in 1867. This changed the entire meat-producing agribusiness industry. It allowed the shipment of meat rather than cattle to any market in the country and also encouraged the development of refrigerated ships, which opened an international market for American beef.
Nothing is more personal than ingesting a product. Agribusiness consumption is very personal. As a result of this very human activity, we develop loyalties to products. Sometimes these loyalties assume “cult” status as in In-N-Out Burgers, White Castle hamburgers, or Levi’s jeans. This is a diﬃcult status for a non-agribusiness to achieve, although some have morphed from company names to verbs, as in Google, or from company trademarked products to generic names like Scotch tape. We do not search the Internet—we “Google,” regardless of whether or not we use Google Search.
Cit. 15. M. R. Gisolﬁ, “From Crop Lien to Contract Farming: The Roots of Agribusiness in the American South, 1929–1939,” Agricultural History, 2006, 80(2): 167–189. 16. Bruce L. Gardner, American Agriculture in the Twentieth Century: How It Flourished and What It Cost (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002); see also M. Mazoyer and L. Roudart, A History of World Agriculture: From the Neolithic Age to the Current Crisis (New York: Monthly Review Press, 2006). 17. com (accessed July 6, 2010).
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