The economic feasibility of a national drought reserve of grain
In Australia, rainfall is recognized as being both low and variable. Losses, frequently severe, occur through failures in crop production and through mortality and lost production in livestock industries. Various attempts have been made to measure the effects of droughts as they occur in Australia. This effect is felt directly of course in primary industries. Estimates of the cost of sheep losses which have been made by Franklin  and by Davidson  vary considerably. Davidson uses...[Show more]
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