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Nearly all business activities entail a variety of risks. Agriculture more so than most businesses
Production Risk Weather Rain – too much
Production Risk Weather Rain - not enough
Production Risk Weather Wind Hail
Production Risk Biological Pests and Disease
Market Risk Structural and Price
Market Risk Structural and Price Movement of Price Both output and input prices
Market Risk Structural Risk Changes that may occur in the marketing channel. Processors closing. Rail lines abandon. Labor strikes
Market Risk Price Both for output and inputs
Policy Risk National Level State Level Local Level
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