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Joint supply describes a situation where an increase or decrease in the supply of one good leads to an increase or decrease in supply of another by-product. For example, an expansion in the volume of beef production will lead to a rising market supply of beef hides. A contraction in supply of lamb will reduce the market supply of wool.
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