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WHAT ROLE DOES SPECIALIZATION PLAY IN FARM SIZE IN THE U.S. HOG INDUSTRY?

By Christopher G. Davis and Jeffrey M. Gillespie

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Replaced with revised version of paper 02/09/04.Farm Management,

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