2 edition of Costs and returns, commercial family-operated farms, by type and size, 1930-51 found in the catalog.
Costs and returns, commercial family-operated farms, by type and size, 1930-51
Goodsell, Wylie Daniel.
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||[by Wylie D. Goodsell].|
|Series||Statistical bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 197, Statistical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 197.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
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Examples: Elements of the partnership: 1. 1. Suppose that Spector and Ross jointly own a piece of land and lease it to a farmer for a share of the profits from the farming operation in lieu of set rental payments. Normally, this arrangement does not make them partners. A. In North America, K gets you a hobby farm or something so marginal that you won’t make an on-farm living unless you go the feedlot route and even then many farmers still have off-farm jobs. If you want to keep your beef on pasture only which would seem to be the only way in a permaculture context, the price goes way : Fraser Bliss.
Large farms with at least 1, milk cows had 15 percent lower dairy enterprise costs in than farms with cows, and percent less than farms with and cows. Overhead costs comprise the major cost advantage held by larger dairy enterprises, as these operations are able to use capital and labor far more intensively. Factory farm definition is - a large industrialized farm; especially: a farm on which large numbers of livestock are raised indoors in conditions intended to maximize production at minimal cost.
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Goodsell, Agricultural Economist Production Economics Research Branch Agricultural Research Service INTRODUCTION This report gives summary statistics on 27 important types and sizes of farms in 15 major farming areas in the United States.
Farm costs and returns, (with comparisons): 20 types of commercial family-operated farms in 12 major farming regions. () AIB Farm costs and returns, (with comparison): commercial family operated farms, by type and location.
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