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The purpose of this study is: 1) to determine the destinations of potatoes shipped from the Red River Valley; and 2) to determine the mode of transportation used to ship potatoes to market and the share of each kind of market claimed by the two modes (rail and truck).

 

The primary purpose of this study is to estimate the volume of non-agricultural commodities transported by motor carrier to, from, and within North Dakota.

 

The general purpose of this study is to estimate the volume of agricultural products transported by motor carrier to, from, and within North Dakota.

 

The general objective of this analysis is to determine that there is economic place discrimination against wheat shippers located in various sections of North Dakota, Montana, South Dakota and Minnesota.

 

The major emphasis in this report is to illustrate the distribution methods and patterns of hard red spring and durum wheat from North Dakota origins. In addition, trends in shipments by months are identified. The patterns of distribution and monthly shipments for 1969-70 are compared to previous years'...

 

The primary purpose of this report is to illustrate the distribution methods and patterns of barley and oats. Basic data regarding this activity for rye and flax are also reported.

 

This report contains a series of tables which depict the flow of commodities between North Dakota and Minnesota for the year 1969. The data represents commodities which originated in each state and the first market destination was in one of the states.

 

The primary purpose of this report is to illustrate the distribution methods and patterns of hard red spring and durum wheat. This represents the first effort to isolate the two major types of wheat grown in North Dakota. The patterns of distribution for the two periods included here are also compared...

 

This study involved two major objectives: 1) determination of necessary size and optimum volume handled of grain merchandising facilities (subterminals) required to take advantage of potential changes in the transportation industry, primarily rail and truck; and 2) definition of impacts of those changes...

 
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