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A multi-country case study of the process of conversion to organic farming in the EU Organic Eprints
Holt, Dr Georgina; Grey, Mr Peter; Nielsen, Mr Robert; Tranter, Mr Richard.
This paper reports on a series of case studies of the process of conversion to organic farming in five EU countries. The objectives of the case studies were: to identify factors affecting the decisions of conventional farmers considering conversion to organic farming; to identify problems that farmers thought they would face; and to consider and detail the financial impact of conversion on a range of farm businesses. National comparisons of the practice of conversion to organic farming reveals a wide diversity of support systems. Although these are in part necessitated by the diversity of enterprises suitable to different geographical locations, variation also results from different political agendas. Variation is also seen in farmer attitudes to organic...
Tipo: Working paper Palavras-chave: "Organics" in general; Social aspects; Farm economics.
Ano: 2003 URL: http://orgprints.org/9493/1/OrganicEprints_comp_article.htm
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Converting to organic food production in the UK - some financial implications from case study farms Organic Eprints
Grey, Mr Peter; Holt, Dr Georgina; Tranter, Mr Richard.
This paper explores the financial implications of converting to organic farming in the UK through a case study of farm businesses considering conversion in 2002. Most study farmers were motivated to convert for financial, not ideological or life-style reasons; organic meat production was the most common planned enterprise. At the time of study, organic beef and sheep meat production was particularly profitable. It was found that, in these product sectors, a large improvement in Family Farm Income would result if organic production was introduced on the case study farms. With few exceptions, a fall in Family Farm Income during the conversion period would not be an obstacle to farmers changing to organic methods. Fixed cost changes would also not deter...
Tipo: Working paper Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Farm economics.
Ano: 2003 URL: http://orgprints.org/9502/1/OrganicEprints_ukfcspub.htm
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