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Expected income-variance (E,V) frontiers in crop production are derived using total and random (variate difference) variance. The results show that the farm organization is influenced by the variance measure used. The authors argue that random variance is a better measure of risk; consequently random E,V frontiers provide better estimates of risk-income tradeoffs.

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