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What was a negative impact of "bonanza" farms?
a. output declined
b. farms got smaller
c. farms became disorganized
d. oversupply led to lower prices

i got D according to my book

heres what my book says: The farms' massive output caused problems, however. When the supply of a certain product rose faster than the demand, the market became glutted and prices fell.

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    OK. You're right, according to your book.

    However my sources pointed out that because of the huge labor and machinery costs, the bonanza farms went broke when there was a drought or the price of wheat fell.

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