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  • Smallholding, hobby-farming, and commercial farming : ethical identities and the production of farming spaces
  • Agriculture ; Cultural studies ; Ethics ; Farmer ; Identity ; Production of space ; United Kingdom
  • Agriculteur ; Agriculture ; Culturel ; Ethique ; Identité ; Production de l'espace ; Royaume-Uni
  • The paper explores the production of farming identities and spaces, focusing especially on the relational construction of situated ethical identities. Using three case studies drawn from research with very small-scale farmers, the A. examines
  • processes of identification, drawing on ideas which suggest the importance of encounter, farming discourse, physical relation and heterogeneous association in the emergence of ethical identity in specific farming situations and places.
  • Gender differentials in resources ownership and crop productivity of smallholder farmers in Africa : a case study.
  • Agricultural productivity ; Agriculture ; Botswana ; Crop ; Gender difference ; Rural population
  • The case study uses farm management survey data on smallholder farmers from eight villages in Botswana. The findings show that there are no significant differences in crop productivity between male farmers and their female counterparts, neither
  • are their any significant differences in the input production elasticities. - (MT)
  • Farm production in rainfall submountainous Punjab.
  • Agriculture ; Economie rurale ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Production agricole ; Punjab
  • Norfolk livestock farming 1250-1740 : a comparative study of manorial accounts and probate inventories
  • Agricultural productivity ; Arable land ; England ; Farm size ; Farming system ; Historical geography ; Livestock ; Livestock farming ; Middle Age ; Modern period ; Norfolk ; Pastoral ; United Kingdom
  • mixed-farming systems of remarkable productivity.
  • The evidence of accounts and inventories reveals the continuity of developed and dynamic pastoral farming systems in Norfolk. From an early date, the distructive feature of livestock farming was its close integration with arable farming, producing
  • Poultry farming, 1961-1982
  • Aviculture ; Elevage ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Modernisation ; Production ; Yougoslavie
  • Number and species, production of poultry meat, egg production, organization of poultry farming in the socialized sector, poultry meat preparations, exports and imports, consumption, modernization of production.
  • Sheep farming, 1965-1985
  • Elevage ; Exportation ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Importation ; Ovin ; Production ; Yougoslavie
  • Number of sheep, breed composition and breeding methods| scope of production| consumption| exports and imports| results and problems.
  • Relations of production of the family farm: Canadian Prairies
  • Agricultural production ; Basse-Normandie ; Farm ; Farming;Agriculture ; France ; Marketing ; Organic farming
  • Agriculture ; Agriculture biologique ; Basse-Normandie ; Commercialisation ; Exploitation agricole ; France ; Production agricole
  • La situation actuelle : structure des exploitations, associations, principales filières de production, commercialisation des produits. Propositions pour développer une filière.
  • Diagnosing research priorities for small farmers : experiences from on-farm research in Pakistan
  • Agriculteur ; Economie rurale ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Niveau de vie ; Pakistan ; Production agricole ; Recherche ; Système de culture
  • Recent experiences in on-farm research programs in Pakistan are reviewed with special reference to the importance of farming system interactions in diagnosing technological interventions for the major food grain crops in various systems. - (l'A.).
  • The role of family farming in agrarian change
  • Agricultural production ; Employment structure ; Family farming ; Farming;Agriculture ; Rural change ; Rural economy
  • Agriculture ; Agriculture familiale ; Economie rurale ; Mutation rurale ; Production agricole ; Structure de l'emploi
  • The AA. review the recent debate on agrarian change in western society and develop a critique of it in the process. They are focusing on the theory of family farming. The limitations of much recent literature is that it fails to make explicit
  • The farmer as a landscape manager : management roles ans change patterns in a Danish region
  • Agrarian structure ; Agricultural landscape ; Agricultural policy ; Denmark ; Enquiry ; Farm ; Farmer ; Jylland ; Landed property ; Pluriactivity ; Rural landscape
  • Rural landscapes are maintained and changed through farmers’ decisions and practices. The farmer has many different roles of which three roles related to the farm as a whole is investigated : producer, owner and citizen. Production based decisions
  • are assumed to be more important for full time farmers than for hobby farmers who have their main income outside the farm and who may consider their farm more as a living place than as a production place. Based on a large survey carried out in Hvorslev
  • , Eastern Jutland, Denmark in 2008 farmers’ landscape practices are analysed in relation to their background, occupational status and view of the farms as a production place versus a living place. 377 farmers are interviewed and some comparisons are made
  • to a similar survey in the same area in 1996. A significant proportion of farmers are hobby farmers who mainly see the farm as a living place and who have different landscape practices than full time farmers have.
  • Estimation of technical efficiency in Greek livestock farms
  • Agricultural production ; Economic efficiency ; Farm ; Farm income ; Greece ; Livestock farming ; Model ; Production fonction
  • Efficacité économique ; Elevage ; Exploitation agricole ; Fonction de production ; Grèce ; Modèle ; Production agricole ; Revenu agricole
  • Efficiency and equity effects of market access on agricultural productivity : the case of small farmers in Machakos District, Kenya
  • Agricultural productivity ; Agriculture ; Farm ; Kenya ; Market ; Peasantry
  • The paper primarily investigates the extent to which market access affects the use of material and service inputs ; and how these in turn affect agricultural productivity. A further step is taken to compare small and large farmers in terms
  • of the distribution of these market generated efficiency gains. Data are generated from 100 farmers in Machakos District in the eastern province of Kenya to investigate the above relationships as a case study. - (L'A.).
  • Economic indicators of the farm sector: production and efficiency statistics, 1979
  • Agriculture ; Economie rurale ; Etats-Unis ; Exploitation agricole ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Indicateur économique ; Production agricole ; Productivité ; Rendement agricole ; Statistiques agricoles
  • Production agricole. Rendement. Engrais utilisés. Machines agricoles. Heures de travail. Nombre de personnes nourries par un agriculteur. (INRA).
  • Die Farmer-Genossenschaften in den USA The farmers' cooperatives in the USA
  • The article provides a review of the sector and regional structures of the U.S. American Farmers' Cooperatives. A list is given of the regions where membership, volume of business, marketed products and machinery set off against tax
  • Agricultural policy ; Estate farm ; Farm ; Hungary ; Privatisation
  • further to Austrian farmers. After presentation of the ownership change, the transformation of the production system is analysed. - (ZK)
  • In this paper, the transformation of the Fertöd State Farm (W-Hungary) is presented. During the privatisation process the state farm was converted into a private venture, two thirds of the total land area was sold to smallholders who lease the land
  • Small farmers and the extension service in south-eastern Nigeria
  • on the problems of the small farmer and suggests that extension services to improve land tenure, cooperatives, marketing boards and methods of farm management could increase productivity. (EMS).
  • Agricultural transformation in developing countries depends on the small farmer: widescale mechanization would be practically impossible, and innovations are difficult to introduce. A survey based on 36 villages in Anambra state focuses
  • Economical and integration problems of the large-scale farming in Hungary
  • 1976 ; Agriculture collective ; Concentration horizontale ; Concentration verticale ; Coopérative de production ; Exploitation agricole ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Hongrie
  • Agriculture ; Economie rurale ; Exploitation agricole ; Géographie humaine ; Production agricole ; Système de culture
  • By analysing farming as an economic activity of farm households competing with household production and off-farms use of that household's resources optimal as well as minimum farm sizes can be defined very clearly. - (L'A.).
  • The state and peasant farmers' leverage in Kenya
  • Développement ; Développement autogéré ; Economie rurale ; Kenya ; Mode de production ; Paysannerie ; Politique économique ; Société rurale ; Stratégie de développement
  • Development ; Development strategy ; Economic policy ; Kenya ; Mode of production ; Peasantry ; Rural economy ; Rural society ; Self-help development
  • A by-product of peasant farmers political weakness is their economic exploitation by the state and dominant classes in the form of low prices for agricultural goods. Self-help initiative in Kenya is a politically valuable as a semi-autonomous
  • peasant farmer-based institution oriented towards state policy. It embraces all the contradictions of the Kenyan political economy. How peasant farmers unite, form coalitions and manipulate state structures to their advantage is examined.