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Title: Farm Development Plans Including Tropical Pastures for Dairy Farms in the Cooroy Area of Queensland
Authors: Jensen, R.C.
Issue Date: 1968-09
Abstract: This paper attempts to define the income-increasing alternatives open to dairy farmers in a sub-tropical dairying area, and develops optimum plans from a "long-run" linear programming model. The results indicate that intensification, based on tropical pastures, is the appropriate development strategy for dairy farmers in this area, and that substantial increases in production are possible. Present lending policies of trading banks would provide adequate finance for farm development to a farmer who has high equity. It would appear that a substantial change from traditional attitudes towards dairying will be necessary before full advantage can be gained from the new pasture species available.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/9130
Institution/Association: Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics>Volume 36, Number 03, September 1968
Total Pages: 10
Language: English
From Page: 139
To Page: 148
Collections:Volume 36, Number 03, September 1968

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