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  1. Lippincott's Farm Manual: Farm Economics, management and Dristribution. by Frank App, 1924-01-01
  2. Directory of American agricultural organizations, 1920: Prepared in the Office of farm management and farm economics by United States. Office of Farm Management., 1920-01-01
  3. Economics of Farm Management in India ; Theory and Practice
  4. Farm Economics Management and Distribution (Lippincott's Farm Manuals)
  5. Farm economics, management and distribution, by Frank App, 1938
  6. ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT OF STATE FARMS IN THE KUSMET (Yugoslavia). by Anonymous, 1966
  7. £300 Per Annum From 30 Acres, or a Modern Bee Farm and Its Economic Management by Samuel Simmins, 2009-12-22
  8. A Modern Bee Farm and Its Economic Management Showing How Bees May Be Cultivated As a Means of Livelihood : As a Health-Giving Pursuit : and As a Source of Recreation to the Busy Man. Profits Made Certain by Growing Crops Yeilding the Most Honey, Having Also Other Uses : and by Judgement in Breeding a Good Working Strain of Bees by S. Simmins, 1893-01-01
  9. Economics of farm organization and management, (Agricultural commerce and administration series) by C. L Holmes, 1928
  10. A modern bee-farm and its economic management. Showing how bees may be cultivated as a means of livelihood; as a health-giving pursuit; and as a source ... crops yielding the most honey, having al by Samuel Simmins, 2010-09-04
  11. A Modern Bee Farm and Its Economic Management by S. Simmins, 1904
  12. A modern bee-farm and its economic management .. by Samuel Simmins, 2010-09-04
  13. A modern bee-farm and its economic management: showing how bees may be cultivated as a means of livelihood by Samuel Simmins, 2010-09-04
  14. A MODERN BEE-FARM AND ITS ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT. by S. Simmins, 1928-01-01

21. Agricultural Production, Farm Management, Economics
ANRCatalog the place for advice on crop production, pest management, study materials for DPR exams, nutrition, or gardening - the answers are at the click of a mouse. The
http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu/Economics/?page=5

22. The Regional Institute - Australasia Pacific Extension Network
This paper documents an approach using farm management economics to investigate options for increasing WUE on a case study farm. The purpose was to examine if this extension
http://www.regional.org.au/au/apen/2001/r/ArmstrongD.htm
  • Home Contact About Us A farm management economics approach to extension: Water use efficiency on irrigated dairy farms in northern Victoria and southern NSW Daniel Armstrong Department of Natural Resources and Environment
    Kyabram Dairy Centre, 120 Cooma Rd, Kyabram VIC, 3620
    Introduction
    In northern Victoria and southern New South Wales (NSW), efficient use of irrigation water is important to the future of the dairy industry. Limitations on the availability of irrigation water, rising costs for this resource and environmental issues have resulted in increased pressure to improve water use efficiency (WUE). Water use efficiency is defined as the amount of milk produced from pasture per ML of water applied by irrigation plus effective rainfall. A large random survey of irrigated dairy farms in northern Victoria and southern NSW (Armstrong et al The WUE innovations that appear most likely to be adopted are those that result in increased farm profitability (Barr and Cary 1992) and improve labour efficiency (Kaine and Bewsell 2000). While improving farming practices may be necessary to maintain the regions natural resources, farmers need to balance this industry and community imperative with their individual objectives. Ensuring that adoption of information on sustainability issues makes individual farmers better off is an important aspect of being a responsible provider of information. Farm management decisions needs to consider the complex combination of human, production, environmental, economic, and financial components of the business (Makeham and Malcolm 1993). To understand the complexity of decision making processes, in-depth examination of a small number of businesses is generally more beneficial than surveying a large random sample (Sterns

23. Click On Wales Farm Management Economics
Richard Livsey addresses the challenge of creating innovative, indigenous enterprises
http://www.clickonwales.org/tag/farm-management-economics/

24. Jefferson County Extension Office – Solutions For Your Life - UF Institute Of
Farm Management, Economics Markets . Back to Agriculture; University Sites. Food and Resource Economics Department (FRED) (UF) Center for Agribusiness (UF/FRED)
http://jefferson.ifas.ufl.edu/agriculture/farm_management.shtml
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25. The Regional Institute - Back To The Future - Reinventing Farm Management Econom
It would be difficult, and progress would be slow……. most academic workers in farm management economics had decided that this was a rough shed and it was a fine day for
http://www.regional.org.au/au/asa/2001/plenary/4/brennan.htm
  • Home Contact About Us Back to the future - Reinventing farm management economics in farming systems research L.E. Brennan and R.L. McCown Agricultural Production Systems Research Unit
    CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Brisbane, Qld.
    CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, Toowoomba, Qld ABSTRACT KEYWORDS Farming systems research, farm management research, economics
    INTRODUCTION
    invented largely by agricultural economists. One might ask why the economists left and is there any reason to bring them back? Figure 1. The farm as systems of production and management.
    The experience of agricultural economists in farm management research
    FMR began about a century ago. Although economists were not major players in the early part of this period, the efforts of agricultural scientists to aid development of the farm as a business were significant in shaping approaches to farm management problems by economists who dominated during the latter part of the period. As we discuss later in this paper, the characteristics of FMR as it was practised during the early part of the 20 th century were to reappear several times throughout the rest of the century, and right up to the current day

26. NDSU Crop Production
Farm Management, Economics and other Crop Production Resources. Weeds, Crop Insect and Disease. NDSU Weed Science; Invasive Weeds of North Dakota
http://www.ag.ndsu.nodak.edu/subcrop.htm
NDSU Crop Production Back to Main Index Page Back to Agriculture and Natural Resources Menu Search this Site Coping With Drought and Dry Conditions 2006 Crop Production Guides Farm Management, Economics and other Crop Production Resources Weeds, Crop Insect and Disease

27. International Farm Management Association -
Title HOW MUCH IS A KILOGRAM OF NITROGEN WORTH? (PR) Author(s) Farquharson, R. + Malcolm, L.R. Organisation University of Melbourne Country Australia
http://www.ifmaonline.org/pages/con_full_articles.php?abstract=477

28. An Economic Analysis Of The Potential Influence Of Carbon Credits On Farm Manage
Downloadable! The objective of the 1997 Kyoto agreement was to limit greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions among signatory countries and thereby slow global warming. Under the agreement
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29. Master Farmer Program
The Master Farmer Program for Louisiana will have three main components Environmental Stewardship, Agricultural Production, and Farm Management (economics).
http://www.thepineywoods.com/master.htm
Master Farmer program gets underway to address TMDL issues for agriculture Farm operators in Louisiana this summer will begin a Master Farmer program similar to the forest industry's Master Logger program, teaching farmers how to meet environmental quality guidelines for water quality in Louisiana streams and rivers.
Fred Sanders of the LSU AgCenter Cooperative Extension Service, said the first programs will be in the Teche-Vermilion and Mermentau watersheds in South Louisiana, where Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) requirements have been established by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality under EPA guidelines.
Work in the Calcasieu and Ouachita watersheds are due in 2002, Sanders said.
The Master Farmer program was designed by the LSU AgCenter, to implement Best Management Practices (BMPs) on a voluntary basis, as public concern over environmental effects of agriculture and forestry production practices has grown in recent years.
Recent court decisions and regulatory proposals call for the designation of almost 70 per cent of Louisiana water surface bodies as "impaired," (not meeting established standards for oxygen, fecal material, and metals).

30. Economics - Sciences, Life Sciences, Agriculture, Farm Management, Economics,
(Economics)StudySphere Educational Resource for language school, study abroad, education online, education, school, high school, career education, business school, driver education
http://www.studysphere.com/Site/Sphere_4951.html

31. Agricultural Economics Publications
Agricultural Economics Publications. Purdue Agricultural Economics Report (quarterly) and selected recent publications.
http://www.agecon.purdue.edu/extension/pubs/
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PURDUE AGRICULTURE
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
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  • Purdue Agriculture Links
    Agricultural Economics Publications
    Purdue Agricultural Economics Report (quarterly) and selected recent publications.
    Titles Purdue Crop Guide
    2011 Purdue Crop Guide (PDF)

    2010 Purdue Crop Guide (PDF)
    2010 Purdue Crop Guide (PDF, Revised 1-10)
    2009 Purdue Crop Guide (PDF)
    ... 2002 Purdue Crop Guide (PDF)
    Estimated costs and returns of producing corn, soybeans, and wheat in Indiana, based on crop prices and input costs available at the beginning of the year. Outlook for Indiana Agriculture 2010
    The Partys Over. This could be the theme for the 2010 Indiana Outlook as the long arm of recession has extended to almost all major farm enterprises. The animals sector had already been suffering with large losses, and those will continue into early 2010 for pork and milk producers. Now, crop producers margins have collapsed as well for the 2009 crops and the outlook for 2010 is just as weak. If you are looking for good news it is that the Indiana farm sector had two good income years in 2007 and 2008, and a huge record income of $3.2 billion in 2008. However, Purdue estimates are for income to fade in both 2009 and 2010 back to levels more similar to the late 1990s and early 2000s when margins were tight. Purdue Extension Publications
    A listing of agricultural economics and inter-departmental publications available in hard copy or on the Web from the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service. Here is the
  • 32. Apple IPM @ Iowa State University
    Farm Management Economics. Small Business Development Center Iowa; Small Business - Missouri
    http://www.public.iastate.edu/~appleipm/appleIPMMod/links/index.html
    Sponsors
    Apple Pathology Apple Entomology Organic Production Email: mgleason@iastate.edu Telephone: (515) 294 0579 Address: 312 Bessey Hall, Iowa State University, Ames IA 50011

    33. Economics - Education Resource - StudySphere
    Ag Econ Bulletins Votes0 Ag Econ Bulletins Full text of bulletins on ag economic issues. To use the data base, click on a letter to bring up a list of keywords that begin with that
    http://www.studysphere.com/education/Farm-Management-Economics-4951.html

    34. Site Map Dai Hoc Nong Lam TP.HCM
    Reservoir fisheries management and development in the Philippines. Mgt.018. Farm management economics. Mgt.019. Genetics for Fish Hatchery Managers. Mgt.020
    http://fof.hcmuaf.edu.vn/print.php?ur=fof&ids=7207

    35. SFP: Lettuce Cost Study
    For an explanation of calculations used in the study refer to the attached General Assumptions, call Etaferahu Takele, Area Farm Management Economics Advisor, Riverside County
    http://sfp.ucdavis.edu/research/lettuce.html
    skip to navigation skip to main content Main Navigation:
    • Specialty Crops
      • Crops Overview Organic Production Blueberries ...

        University Of California Cooperative Extension
        Production Practices and Sample Costs to Produce
        Loose Leaf Lettuce
        Coachella Valley
        Riverside County
        By
        Etaferahu Takele, Area Farm Advisor, Farm Management Economics, Southern Region
        Jose Aguiar, Farm Advisor, Vegetable Crops and Small Farms, Riverside County
        Delos Walton, Staff Research Associate, Farm Management Economics, Southern Region
        Introduction
        Assumptions Used in this Study

        Addendum

        Acknowlegements and References
        INTRODUCTION
        Detailed costs to produce loose leaf lettuce in Coachella Valley, Riverside County, California are presented in this study. The hypothetical farm used in this report consists of 1200 acres of which 300 acres are in lettuce production. We base this study on assumption of production practices and costs that are considered typical for loose leaf lettuce production in the Coachella Valley of Riverside County. These production practices and costs are an amalgamation of costs and practices in the region. They do not reflect the exact values or practices of any grower or shipper. Sample costs given for labor, materials, equipment and contract services are based on 1996 prices. The use of trade names in this report does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the University of California nor is any criticism implied by omission of other similar products.

    36. Paul Meek Library Collection Analysis
    Farm Management Economics, By Earl O. Heady And Harald R. Jensen. S561 .H4 1964. Checkouts 0 Last Checkout 000000-00 Publication Year 1964 Farm Management.
    http://www.utm.edu/departments/acadpro/library/circulation_analysis/pubyear.php?

    37. SFP: Eggplant Cost Study
    For an explanation of calculations used in the study refer to the attached General Assumptions, call Etaferahu Takele, Area Farm Management Economics Advisor, Cooperative Extension
    http://sfp.ucdavis.edu/research/eggplant.html
    skip to navigation skip to main content Main Navigation:
    • Specialty Crops
      • Crops Overview Organic Production Blueberries ...

        University Of California Cooperative Extension
        Production Practices and Sample Costs to Produce
        Eggplant
        Coachella Valley
        Riverside County
        By
        Etaferahu Takele, Area Farm Advisor, Farm Management Economics, Southern Region
        Jose Aguiar, Farm Advisor, Vegetable Crops and Small Farms, Riverside County
        Delos Walton, Staff Research Associate, Farm Management Economics, Southern Region
        Introduction
        Assumptions Used in this Study

        Addendum

        Acknowlegements and References
        INTRODUCTION
        Detailed costs to produce eggplant in Coachella Valley, Riverside County, California are presented in this study. The hypothetical farm used in this report consists of 60 acres of which 9 acres are in eggplant production. We base this study on assumption of production practices and costs that are considered typical for eggplant production in the Coachella Valley of Riverside County. These production practices and costs do not reflect the exact values or practices of any grower or shipper, but are rather an amalgamation of costs and practices in the region. Sample costs given for labor, materials, equipment and contract services are based on 1997 prices. This study is intended as a guide. It can be used in making production decisions, determining potential returns, preparing budgets and evaluating production loans. Costs are presented in six tables: Table 1.

    38. The Farming Game - Cambridge University Press
    In 1971 the late Jack Makeham wrote his original textbook Farm Management Economics. In 1981, Jack Makeham and Bill Malcolm wrote the original The Farming Game.
    http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521537551&ss=fro

    39. Farm Management Economics PROD14WS…Translate This PageHeady, Earl Orel (1961).
    Information pertaining to specific topics such as business management, farm management, economics of farm operations, environmental protection, and agricultural marketing were
    http://prod14ws.mty.itesm.mx/pasteur/es/node/109682

    40. Indiana Cash Farm Lease - EC-257
    EC257-W Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service • West Lafayette, Indiana Farm Management ECONOMICS Agricultural Introduction A written cash farm lease agreement
    http://www.ces.purdue.edu/extmedia/EC/EC-257-W.pdf

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