Agricultural prices indicate the proceeds from the sale of agricultural products. The concept is a broad descriptor of the prices of various products obtained from agricultural production, e.g., rye, butter, cheese, grain, oxen, etc. The existence of agricultural prices presupposes a market for agricultural products; before the creation of such markets, agricultural products could only be exchanged without the use of money.
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Encyclopedia of Early Modern History Online, Executive editor of the English edition: Graeme Dunphy.
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