Marketing of farm products, whether poultry, eggs, or any other commodity, involves assembling, transporting, assumption of risk, processing, storage, inspection and grading, packaging, and merchandising or retailing. Figure 10.1 illustrates the different costs in producing and processing a chicken broiler.
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