Definitions

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  • adj. Describing the price of goods if they were purchased directly from a farm, without markup added by retailers.

Etymologies

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farm +‎ gate

Examples

  • So farms producing raw milk direct for sale from small-scale and, grass-fed herds can command a higher price rather than the low farmgate price offered by conventional routes.

    Milking the moment

  • Has he made any assessment of how that will help farmers by affecting farmgate prices?

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  • Additionally, speculation about a smaller vegetable crop because of last year's drought has resulted in sharply higher retail prices, which could be more than double farmgate prices.

    Indian Food Prices to Remain High

  • In 1997, irrigation contributed an estimated 18% of total crop production in weight, and some 29% of total farmgate value (since irrigated crops are relatively high-value).

    Water profile of Brazil

  • Given the low farmgate price of rice, the Government is considering alternative crops such as sugar cane, bananas, and onions to justify investment in the rehabilitation of existing pump irrigation schemes.

    Water profile of Gambia

  • Unlike most commodities traders, which deal only with distribution, Olam operates across the entire supply chain for most of its products; while it doesn't own fields, it operates from the farmgate onward.

    Olam's Battered Shares May Be

  • With the advent of these small farmgate wineries the industry returned to its roots, back to the days of Johann Schiller and Justin de Courtenay.

    The Ontario Wine Industry

  • And most recently the emergence of farmgate wineries -- growers who decided to make their own wines -- Marynissen Estate, Lakeview Cellars, Hemder Estate.

    The Ontario Wine Industry

  • By extension of the same principle, if they are saleable, any home-grown cereals used as feed ingredients should normally be costed at their farmgate market value, rather than their cost of production, since if they are used in a concentrate mix, any profit which could have been obtained by selling them is foregone.

    Chapter 8

  • A rude farmgate, made of young fir-trees nailed together, now formed the only safeguard of this once formidable entrance.

    Chapter IV

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