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Connecticut Valley O ebook
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Connecticut Valley O by Books Group
Connecticut Valley O
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Author: Books Group
Number of Pages: 26 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781130273175
File Name: Connecticut.Valley.O.pdf
Download Link: Connecticut Valley O
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 Excerpt: ...of this particular storage is very low, and onions have been held in it from October until the end of April. The capacity is 5,000 bushels, and the cost including equipment is approximately $1,400. The overhead charges are about four cents per bushel, distributed as follows: --Interest on investment, $1,400 at 5 per cent., Insurance at $1.25 per $100, Taxes, $700 at $18 per $1,000, Repairs, 1 per cent., Depreciation, 4 per cent., . Care, etc., Insurance on onions at 40 cents per bushel at $1.25 per $100 Cost per bushel (5,000 bushels capacity) approximately, The cost of removing from storage is about 2.5 cents per bushel, making the entire cost of storage 6.5 cents per bushel. This includes no allowance for shrinkage, which in the particular storage is said to average not more than 2 per cent., or approximately 100 bushels for the season. 1 For the primary de3tination of onion shipments from the valley, see table of primary distributing points for Connecticut Valley onions, p. 103. Hired Storage. A number of the growers, as well as some of the dealers, who do not own their storages, rent space in the various commercial storages of the valley for a portion of their product. In 1914-15 the quantity so held exceeded 250,000 bushels. When the crop is heavy and fall prices are low the demand for space in these commercial storages is very great. Fig. 18.--A good type of farm storage. The ventilators are well placed. Such storages yield good returns and should be found in greater number throughout the valley. The storage faces east. If space only is rented, in which case the farmer does all the work of storing, the rate for the season is 14 cents per bag or crate. The more general method, however, is for the owner-of the storage to do all the work after the onions h.

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