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ALTERNATIVES FOR SMALL FARM SURVIVAL: GOVERNMENT POLICIES VERSUS THE FREE MARKET AgEcon
Tweeten, Luther G.; Amponsah, William A..
This paper briefly outlines a topology of small farms and then considers the role of the government versus the market in key public policies such as commodity income support, environment, stability, research, and rural development. A number of options are explored for public policy to better serve small farms, including drastic alternatives such as graduated property taxes on farmland, with exemptions or lower rates for small farms. These and other alternatives are not necessarily recommended. Improved extension education and human resource development offer some of the most promising public policy opportunities to help small farmers.
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Government; Limited resource; Market; Programs; Research; Rural; Scale; Small farm; Farm Management.
Ano: 1996 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/15249
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Structural and Financial Characteristics of U.S. Farms, 1995: 20th Annual Family Farm Report to Congress AgEcon
Sommer, Judith E.; Hoppe, Robert A.; Green, Robert C.; Korb, Penelope J..
National average statistics related to farm production mask the diversity in the Nation's 2 million farms and the people who operate them. Farms in the United States differ not only by size (sales and acres) and type of production, but also by organizational characteristics (land ownership, legal organization, contracting arrangements) and financial characteristics (debt, assets, income, expenditures). Farm operators and their households vary with respect to demographic characteristics (occupation, age, education), financial characteristics (dependence on farm income, operator/spouse labor allocation), and management characteristics (information sources, business goals).
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Farm structure; Farm income; Financial performance; Farm management; Farm business; Government payments; Farm loans; Computer use; Minority farmers; Female farm operators; Farm operator household; Family farm; Small farm; Agricultural Finance; Farm Management.
Ano: 1998 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/33620
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A New Look at the Agricultural Community as Extension Clientele in the West AgEcon
Tranel, Jeffrey E.; Hewlett, John P.; Weigel, Randolph R.; Rahman, Tauhidur; Teegerstrom, Trent; Ehmke, Cole.
This report presents the preliminary results of a statistically valid 2006 survey of small agricultural producers (sales of less than $50,000) in three Western states (Wyoming, Colorado and Arizona). The West has undergone significant change, and the composition of farm managers has changed with it. This report provides information from farm operators in the rural West on their perceived threats as well as characteristics of themselves and their operations. Topics of interest were demographics, reasons for involvement in agriculture, income, resource management (crops and livestock), and preferences for information delivery. The project was supported by the Western Center for Risk Management Education.
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Small farm; Extension; West; Arizona; Colorado; Wyoming; Community/Rural/Urban Development; Crop Production/Industries; Farm Management; Labor and Human Capital; Land Economics/Use; Livestock Production/Industries; Teaching/Communication/Extension/Profession.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/37721
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CARACTERIZAÇÃO DAS REDES DE SUPRIMENTO DO APL DE UVA DE MESA DA REGIÃO NOROESTE DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO AgEcon
Lima Filho, Dario de Oliveira; Watanabe, Eluiza Alberto de Morais; Silva, Luiz Carlos Floriano da; Tondato, Cristina.
A presente pesquisa propõe-se caracterizar a rede de suprimento no APL de uva de mesa do Noroeste do estado de São Paulo, utilizando o modelo de rede de suprimento de Slack e Lewis (2008). O foco do estudo foram as empresas motrizes. Para tanto, foram identificadas e caracterizadas as atividades coordenadoras, diferenciadoras e de reconfiguração presentes na rede. A metodologia baseou-se em pesquisa exploratória, com utilização de dados primários e secundários. No estudo empírico, foram feitas entrevistas em profundidade com dois especialistas. Como resultado observou-se a necessidade de uma maior coordenação e compartilhamento de informações ao longo de toda a rede de suprimentos, principalmente por parte dos atacadistas; de maiores cuidados com o...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Competitividade; Cadeia de suprimento; Agricultura familiar; Fruticultura. Supply chain; Competitiveness; Small farm; Produce; Agribusiness; Crop Production/Industries.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/107858
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Contraste entre duas metodologias de determinação do potencial agrícola das terras nas vilas rurais no município de Rio Negro, Estado do Paraná - DOI: 10.4025/actasciagron.v30i5.5969 Agronomy
Costa, Gilmar Pinto da; EMATER; Souza, Jorge Luiz Moretti de; UFPR; Jesus, Márcia Regina Gomes de; UTP.
O presente trabalho teve como objetivo identificar e contrastar o potencial agrícola das terras em duas vilas rurais situadas no município de Rio Negro, Estado do Paraná, utilizando duas metodologias consagradas na literatura, denominadas Sistema de Capacidade de Uso (SCU) e Aptidão Agrícola (SAA). As vilas rurais foram escolhidas, por se encontrarem na mesma região e possuírem características distintas quanto às condições de solo e relevo. O contraste entre as metodologias fundamentou-se nos fatores limitantes das terras e nas dificuldades e peculiaridades apresentadas no assentamento de famílias rurais em pequenas áreas. As análises e os resultados evidenciaram que: (a) o SAA mostrou-se mais apropriado do que o SCU para determinar o potencial agrícola...
Palavras-chave: 5.01.03.05-9 Melhoramento Vegetal assentamentos; Solos; Agricultura familiar; Planejamento agrícola rural villages; Soils; Small farm; Agricultural planning.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://periodicos.uem.br/ojs/index.php/ActaSciAgron/article/view/5969
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INCREASING NUMBER OF SMALL FARMS IN INDONESIA: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES AgEcon
Sudaryanto, Tahlim; Susilowati, Sri Hery; Sumaryanto, Sony.
According to agricultural cencus data, the percentage of small farms (holding <0.5 ha) has increased from 48.5% in 1993 to 56.5% in 2003. Evidence from micro panel data is also inline with this observation. In rice farming region of Java, average farm size has declined from 0.49 ha in 1995 to 0.36 ha in 2007. In the off-Java region, average farm size declined from 1.49 ha in 1995 to 1.35 ha in 2007. The increasing trend of small farm is due to several factors, namely: high population presure coupled with limited non-farm employment, persistent trend of land conversion to non-farm use, and traditional practice of land inheritance. Due to small farm size, rural farm household have to diversify their income to meet their family needs. In Java, 51.7% of...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Small farm; Land conversion; Non-farm employment; Labor and Human Capital; Land Economics/Use.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/52808
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