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Nebraska Sugar and the Uruguay Round

By Craig MacPhee and Paul C. Burmeister


Nebraska\u27s sugar beet production, generating about $9.6 million annually in form income, is on important part of agricultural actively in the Nebraska Panhandle. Figure 1 shows the value of various form products for 1992 for the Nebraska Panhandle. In addition, sugar refining generates about $15 million annually in manufacturing payrolls in the Scottsbluff Bayard- Mitchell areas. These amounts compare with combined 1992 personal income of $751 million in Morrill and Scottsbluff Counties. Trade Liberalization Fears Sugar Policy in Perspective The Outlook for Prices The 1995 Farm Bill Implications of Liberalization Conclusion Acknowledgments Recent Migration in the Midwest and Nebrask

Publisher: DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Year: 1995
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