Marketing Performance of Oklahoma Farmers

@inproceedings{Anderson2005MarketingPO,
  title={Marketing Performance of Oklahoma Farmers},
  author={Kim Anderson and B. Wade Brorsen},
  year={2005}
}
Relative to marketing most agricultural commodities, the dominant academic paradigm is the efficient market hypothesis that suggests that little profits can be made by trying to time when to sell wheat. The paradigm says that farmers will, on average, receive an average price. A view that has been expounded at Cooperative Extension meetings and in farm press articles is that most farmers receive a below average market price. For example, at a recent Farm Bureau meeting, the master of ceremonies… CONTINUE READING