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Group Title: Quick bibliography series - United States Department of Agriculture - NAL-BIBL. 80-11
Title: Small farms, family and part-time farming in the United States, 1967-1979
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Title: Small farms, family and part-time farming in the United States, 1967-1979 334 citations
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SMALL FARMS, FAMILY AND PART-TIME FARMING IN THE

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1967 1979

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CONTAINS CITATIONS TO DOCUMENTS PUBLISHED 1979 AND EARLIER WHICH WERE ADDED TO THE
LIBRARY'S COLLECTIONS DURING 1979.















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7725625 80003643 Holding Library: AGL
Formulating small-farm fever (Rural life. county extension
in Ohio).
Passewitz. G.R.; Moyer. B.
Washington. D.C., The Administration.
Extension review.United States. -Dept. of Agriculture.
-Science and Education Administration. v. 50 (4) Fall
1979. p. 21. ill.
ISSN 0014-5408:
NAL: 1 EX892EX



7723661 80001674 Holding Library: AGL
The U.S. experience In providing financial assistance to
small farmers (Rural credit).
LaDue. E.L.;
Ithaca. N.Y.. The Station.
Cornell agricultural economics staff paper.New York (State).
-Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca. Oct 1979.
(79-34) Oct 1979. 28 p. ill.
NAL: HD1407.C6



7723191 80001200 Holding Library: AGL
How farm families make decisions: the Crockers
Colman. G.P.; Konigsburg. L.
Ithaca. N.Y., Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station.
A.E. Res.Cornell University. -Dept. of Agricultural
Economics. Mar 1979. (79-7) Mar 1979. 13 p. ill.
NAL: 281.9 C81A



7720247 79104928 Holding Library: AGL
What young farm families should know about credit
rev
Washington. D.C., The Department.
Farmers' bulletin.United States. -Dept. of Agriculture.
Sept 1979. (2135) Sept 1979. 17 p. ill.
ISSN 0071-4011:
NAL: 1 AG84F



7713013 80728253 Holding Library: AGL: AGL
A study of decision-making in twenty-one New York farm
families
Bjergo, Allen Clifford, 1935-;
Ann Arbor. Mich. University Microfilms 1971
MICHIGAN
viii, 176 leaves.
NAL: DISS 71-12,119


I of 41) User 1986 17apr80


7712268 80725830 Holding Library: GPO; GPO: AGL
The preservation and control of farmland
United States Congress Senate Select Committee on
Small Business
Washington .U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1979 DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
iii. 343 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
NAL: KF26.S6 1979



7712162 80723928 Holding Library: DLC; DLC; AGL
Family farm entry assistance act
United States Congress Senate Committee on
Agriculture. Nutrition, and Forestry Subcommittee on
Agricultural Credit and Rural Electrification
Washington U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1979 DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
iii. 85 p. : forms : 24 cm.
LCCN 79603191
LC: KF26.A3533 1979 NAL: KF26.A3533 1979b



7712148 80723913 Holding Library: DLC: DLC; AGL
Problems of entry into family farming
United States Congress Senate Select Committee on
Small Business
United States Congress Senate Committee on
Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry
Washington U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1979 DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
iii, 362 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
LCCN 79602237
LC: KF26.5.S6 1978n NAL: KF26.5.S6 1978



7711213 79724836 Holding Library: AGL; AGL
Status of the family farm
United States Dept. of Agriculture Economics.
Statistics, and Cooperatives Service
Washington .The Service 1979 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
iii, 51 p. : ill. --
United States.*Dept. of Agriculture. Agricultural economic
report ; no. 434
NAL: A281.9 Ag8A No.434









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7707803 79096076 Holding Library: AGL
The best strategy for defending tobacco. Remind opponents
that it helps small farms stay in business
Morgan. R.;
Raleigh, N.C., Specialized Agricultural Publications.
The Flue cured tobacco farmer. v. 16 (4) Apr 1979. p.
40. 42. ill.
NAL: SB273.A1F58



7698130 79086347 Holding Library: AGL
The potential impact of direct-marketing policies on the
economic viability of small fruit and vegetable farms in
California
LeVeen. E.P.; Gustafson, M.R.
Berkeley, Calif.. The Station.
Research report.California. -Agricultural Experiment
Station. Dec 1978. (327) Dec 1978. 26 p. map.
ISSN 0072-4459:
NAL: 281.9 G34M



7690518 79078698 Holding Library: AGL
Part-time farming in southeastern Ohio
Erven, B.L.;
Columbus Cooperative Extension Service. Ohio State
University.
Socio-economic information for Ohio agriculture and rural
communities. July 1979. (612) July 1979. p. 1-2. ill.
NAL: 275.29 OH32TI



7684288 79072434 Holding Library: AGL
Erosion control on a small tree farm
Paduda. G.: Paduda, D.
Richmond. Virginia Forestry Association.
Virginia forests. v. 35 (1) Spring 1979. p. 14-15.
ill.
NAL: 99.8 V81



7668716 79057439 Holding Library: AGL
Freedom and the Southern economy (family farms).
Wright. G.:
Symposium on One Kind of Freedom: The Economic Consequences
of Emancipation Duke University 1978
New York. Academic Press
Explorations in economic history v. 16 (1) Jan 1979.
p. 90-108. ill.
ISSN 0014-4983:
NAL: HCO1.E85


7642485 79035197 Holding Library: AGL
A potential source of income for farms with small land base.
(Direct marketing).
Nyankori. J.C.O.; Courter. J.W.
Denver
JournalAmerican Society of Farm Managers and Rural
Appraisers. v. 43 (1) Apr 1979. p. 71-73.
ISSN 0003-116X:
NAL: 281.8 AM32



7642427 79035137 Holding Library: AGL
The Missouri small farm family development program
George. C.;
Washington. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
ProceedingsAgricultural Outlook Conference. Washington, D.
C. 1978 (pub. 1979) 1978 (pub. 1979) p. 386-390.
NAL: 1.90 C20U8



7642299 79035008 Holding Library: AGL
America's small farmers--living on a few acres
Loudon. P.;
Washington. U. S. Govt. Print. Off.
Extension eview.United States -Dept. of Agriculture.
-Science and Education Administration v. 49 (6) Nov/Dec
1978. p. 4-9. ill.
ISSN 0014-5408:
NAL: 1 EX892EX














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7641692 79034385 Holding Library: AGL
The second wave: the application of New Alchemy aquaculture
techniques to a remote, small-scale trout farm (Washington).
Olson. M.;
Woods Hole. Mass., New Alchemy Institute.
The Journal of the new alchemists. v. 5 1979. p.
110-115. ill.
ISSN 0162-833X:
NAL: GF1.J6



7638415 79031096 Holding Library: AGL
How farm families make decisions: the Nordahls (Mostly rural
sociology).
Colman. G.P.; Kongisburg. L.
Ithaca
A.E. Res.Cornell University. -Dept. of Agricultural
Economics. May 1978. (78-5) May 1978. 14 p.
NAL: 281.9 C81A


7638414 79031095 Holding Library: AGL
How farm families make decisions: the Sawyers
sociology).
Colman. G.P.: Puryear. L.
Ithaca
A.E. Res.Cornell University. -Dept. of
Economics. Jan 1978. (78-3) Jan 1978. 9 p.
NAL: 281.9 C81A



7638196 79030865 Holding Library: AGL
Marketing problems in small farm operations
Love, H.G.;
Lexington
Kentucky agri-business spotlight Feb 1979.
1979. 4 p.
NAL: HD9007.K4K4


(Mostly rural



Agricultural


106)


7633534 79025972 Holding Library: AGL
Small grain on-farm test report, 1978.
Jarrett. R.E.;
Rev
Raleigh, North Carolina Agricultural Extension Servi
AGNorth Carolina State University. -Agricultural Ext
Service. Aug 1978. (36) Aug 1978. 22 p. ill., map
NAL: S544.3.N6N62


Comparisons of agriculture in California and the United
States (Family farms, corporate farms).
Gardner. B.D.;
Berkeley, Division of Agricultural Sciences. University of
California
California agriculture v. 32 (12) Dec 1978. p. 4-5.
ill.
ISSN 0008-0845:
NAL: 100 C12CAG



7623418 79720168 Holding Library: AGL: AGL
The Oklahoma farm family account book
Maynard. Cecil D.;
Stillwater. Okla. Cooperative Extension Service.
Oklahoma State University (1979?) OKLAHOMA
82 p. : ill. --
Oklahoma State University. Cooperative Extension Service.
Circular E : no. 823
NAL: 275.29 OK41C No.823



7621777 79717486 Holding Library: DLC; DLC; AGL
Obstacles to strengthening family farm system
United States Congress House Committee on
Agriculture Subcommittee on Family Farms. Rural
Development, and Special Studies
Washington .U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1977 DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
vi, 736 p. : ill.. maps ; 24 cm.
LCCN 78602089
LC: KF27.A344 1977c NAL: KF27.A344 1977c


7620656 79715667 Holding Library: DLC; DLC:
Small farm development In Hawaii
Feb United States Congress House
Agriculture Subcommittee on Family
Development, and Special Studies
Washington U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1978
COLUMBIA
iv, 159 p. : 24 cm.
LCCN 78603151
LC: KF27.A344 1978b NAL: KF27.A343 1978b


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7630639 79022806 Holding Library: AGL


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7620607 79715616 Holding Library: DLC: DLC; AG
Problems facing family farms
United States Congress House C
Agriculture Subcommittee on Family Farm
Development, and Special Studies
Washington U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1978
COLUMBIA
iii. 35 p. ; 24 cm.
LCCN 78603186
LC: KF27.A344 19788 NAL: KF27.A343 1978a


7620592 79715601 Holding Library: DLC: DLC: AGL
Impact of foreign investment in farmland
United States Congress House Committee on
Agriculture Subcommittee on Family Farms, Rural
Development, and Special Studies
Washington U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1978 DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
v. 443 p. ; 24 cm.
LCCN 78603267
LC: KF27.A344 1978c NAL: KF27.A343 1978c



7618495 79711745 Holding Library: AGL; AGL
Regional report. La Grande. Oregon
Kendell. Kenneth K.
United States Dept. of Agriculture
Northwest Small Farms Conference La Grande. Or. 1978
Washington USDA 1978 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
60 p. : ill.
NAL: aS561.N62 1978



7618153 79710886 Holding Library: AGL; AGL
Regional report. Montgomery. Alabama, November 1978
Massey, J. G.
United States Dept. of Agriculture
Southeast Small Farms Conference Montgomery. Ala. 1978
(Washington) U.S. Dept. of Agriculture 1978
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
40 p.
NAL: aS561.S6 1978



7617654 79708821 Holding Library: AGL; AGL
Regional report, Des Moines, Iowa
Powers. Ron.
United States Dept. of Agriculture
Midwest Small Farms Conference Des Moines. Iowa 1978
Washington USDA 1978 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
47 p.


NAL: aS561.M5 1978
;L

committeee on
is. Rural 7612902 79010161 Holding Library: AGL
Profile of a small Louisiana farm (Acreage, costs, programs.
DISTRICT OF policies).
Wiegmann. F.H.;
Baton Rouge
Louisiana rural economist v. 40 (4) Nov 1978. p. 4-7.
ill.
NAL: 281.8 L93


7611635 79710559 Holding Library: AGL; AGL
Regional report, Albuquerque, New Mexico. November 1978
Walker. Dwight.
United States Dept. of Agriculture
Southwest Small Farms Conference Albuquerque. N.M. 1978
(Washington) U.S. Dept. of Agriculture 1978
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
55 p.
NAL: aS561.S61 1978



7611244 79710146 Holding Library: KUK: KUK: AGL
The role of communication and attitudes in small farm
programs
; Small farm operations
Colette. W. Arden.
Southern Rural Development Center Functional Network on
Small Farm Operations
Mississippi State. MS SRDC 1977 MISSISSIPPI
iii 94 p. : 28 cm. --
SRDC bibliography series ; no. 4
NAL: Z5074.155569


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7607460 79008346 Holding Library: AGL
Small farms and implications for public policy education (in
the United States).
Mosely. J.L.;
Oak Brook. Ill.
Increasing understanding of public problems and policiesFarm
Foundation. 1978. 1978. p. 71-78.
NAL: 275.29 F22



7607459 79008345 Holding Library: AGL
Consequences of public policies for smaller farms (Low
income farmer, in the U.S.A.).
Saupe. W.E.;
Oak Brook, Ill.
Increasing understanding of public problems and policiesFarm
Foundation. 1978. 1978. p. 59-69.
NAL: 275.29 F22



7607458 79008344 Holding Library: AGL
Small farms in America--the diversity of problems and
solutions
Madden, J.P.;
Oak Brook. Ill.
Increasing understanding of public problems and policiesFarm
Foundation. 1978. 1978. p. 51-58.
NAL: 275.29 F22



7607457 79008343 Holding Library: AGL
Role of small farms in American agriculture and rural
society (Policy analysis).
Wood. W.W. Jr.;
Oak Brook, Ill.
Increasing understanding of public problems and policiesFarm
Foundation. 1978. 1978. p. 45-49.
NAL: 275.29 F22



7606049 79006616 Holding Library: AGL
Big agriculture--a California tradition--the small farmer
deserves a chance
Wollenberg, C.;
San Francisco. California Tomorrow
Cry California v. 14 (1) Winter 1978/1979. p. 18-24.
ill.
ISSN 0011-2224:
NAL: HC107.C2C7


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COLLECTIONS FROM 1970 THROUGH 1978.













User 1986 Date:17apr80 Time: 9:00:36 File:110 259

Set Items Description
1 855 SMALL?(F)FARM?
2 67 LITTLE?(F)FARM?
3 82 SMALLHOLD?
4 37 SMALL?(W)HOLD?
5 219 FAMILY(W)FARM?
6 136 FARM(W)FAMIL?
7 1 PARTTIME(F)FARM?
8 111 PART(W)TIME(F)FARM?
9 1427 1-8/+
10103338 SERIAL# 1IY2
11 16125 SC=EXT
12 323 9*(10+11)
13 315 9.10
14 207 13-(5+6)
15 260 13-6
16 0 BEBEE/OB
17 319 12/MAJ

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1541242 1 AG84MR ID No: 78-9914318
Cooperative strategies for the pork industry
Holder. D L; Hepp. R E
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture
Mark Res Rep U S Dep Agric 1097. 36 p Jul 1978


1533938 100 P381P ID No: 78-9175220
Feasibility of transporting spawned mushroom compost from a
central facility for small and medium sized mushroom farms
.Costs and returns, yields.
Schroeder. M E; Schisler, L C; Snetsinger, R; Crowley, V E:
Barr. W L
Pennsylvania. Agricultural Experiment Station
Prog Rep Pa Agric Exp Stn 370, 9 p. Apr 1978



1533688 156.84 R24 ID No: 78-9174968
Interior's proposal: acreage limitation policy .Legislation.
family farms, federal reclamation project lands.
Reclam Era 64 (1/2): 1-5. 1978



1533599 5544.3.N4D4 ID No: 78-9174878
Corporate giants won't swallow up family farms
Del Cty Farm Home News 63 (10): 1. 5. Oct 1978



1530456 HN51.R8 ID No: 78-9171710
So what can we do to help the small farmer?
Waters, W K
Rural Dev Res Educ 2 (1): 19-20. Spring 1978



1524392 aS21.A83C8 ID No: 78-9165633
Breathe life into our cold statistics. Remarks of .the.
Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Conservation. Research.
and Education at the Small Farms Conference in Albuquerque.
New Mexico .USDA programs.
Cutler, M R
U.S., Dept. of Agriculture. Office of the Secretary
Cutler, Malcolm Rupert (Addresses, Statements. Etc.)
2593-78. 10 p. Sept 6. 1978


1523114 281.28 R88 ID No: 78-9164354
The effect of farm family background on the value
orientations of urban residents: a study of cultural lag
Grasmick. H G; Grasmick. M K
Rural Sociol 43 (3): 367-385. Ref. Fall 1978


1518947 A281.9 AG8A ID No: 78-9914029
A perspective on cropland availability
Lee. L K
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture
Agric Econ Rep Econ Stat Coop Serv U S Dep Agric
Jul 1978


406. 23 p


1517460 275.29 K4152 No.54 ID No: 78-9703756 Book
Cit: 79000011
Part-time farmers in Kentucky in the early 1970's :; The
development of dual careers / by C. Milton Coughenour and Anne
V. Gabbard. --
Coughenour. C Milton
.Lexington. : Agricultural Experiment Station, University of
Kentucky, 38 p. : ill. -- 1977.

1494456 275.29 W27P No.650 ID No: 78-9703208 Book
Cit: 78012551
Incorporating the Washington family farm business /; Donald
R. Levi and Bruce Florea. --
Levi, Donald R
Pullman : Cooperative Extension Service. College of
Agriculture. Washington State University. 11 p. -- 1974.



1493983 S501.2.B34 ID No: 78-9701445 Book Cit:
78012466
Farm fever :: How to buy country land and farm it-part-time
or full time / Jerry Baker & Dan Kibbie. --
Baker, Jerry: Kibbie. Dan
New York : Funk & Wagnalls. x. 276 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
c1977.



1476580 281.8 F2226 ID No: 78-9914065
Farm family living expenditures. 1973-1976
Wilken. D F: Botterbusch, C E
Illinois. University, Cooperative Extension Service
Farm Econ Facts Opin Ill Univ Dep Agric Econ 77-8. 2 p
Jun 1977





















1476543 100 M28S (1) ID No: 78-9913986
Improving the incomes of small farm families in coastal
Maine
Metzger. H B; Flanders. N E
Maine. Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station
Bull Univ Maine Orono Life Sci Agric Exp Stn 742. 39 p.
ref. Oct 1977



1476532 100 M28MA ID No: 78-9913975
Small farms in the eastern coastal area of Maine--their
resources, incomes and needs
Flanders. N E; Metzger, H B
Maine. Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station
Res Life Sci 25(2): 17 p Oct 1977



1476451 281.28 R88 ID No: 78-9913768
Managerial influence on organizational efficiency: an
analysis of local farmer cooperatives
Yetley. M J; Hoy. F
Rural Sociol 43(1): 48-69 p. ref. Spring 1978


1463709 1 AG84MR ID No: 78-9106085
Economic feasibility of a small on-the-farm milk processing
plant .Design, cost and return planning.
Stewart, C F
U.S., Dept. of Agriculture
Mark Res Rep U S Dep Agric 1087. 11 p. Apr 1978



1461315 100 R342 ID No: 78-9103672
The small farm a surviving enterprise
Rhode Island, Agricultural Experiment Station: Rhode Island.
University. Cooperative Extension Service
R I Resour 24 (1): 8-9. Winter 1978











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1458017 KF27.A343 1977b ID No: 78-9074080
National Agricultural Land Policy Act. Hearings before the
Subcommittee on Family Farms. Rural Development, and Special
Studies of the Committee on Agriculture. House of
Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, first session H.R.
5882; June 15 and 16. 1977 .Land use legis nation.
U.S.. Congress, House. Committee on Agriculture.
Subcommittee on Family Farms. Rural Development, and Speci. Al
Studies
Washington 260 p. 1977



1457920 275.29 M58B ID No: 78-9913865
Getting into country living
Mowery-Daly. E B; Brown, C; Comstock. J: Dersch. E: Dorr. L;
Gladhart. P; Libby. L: Nierman. W
Michigan State University, Cooperative Extension Service
Ext Bull Mich State Univ Coop Ext Serv 1140. 40 p Mar
1978



1457717 78.913628 ID No: 78-9913628
"Small" farmers cope with risk and scientists
Andrew. C 0
Gainesville. Univ Fla Food Resour Econ Dep. Staff Paper 79.
15 p. ref. Apr 1978



1457714 280.8 J822 ID No: 78-9913609
Appropriate technology for U.S. Agriculture: are small farms
the coming thing? introductory comments
Doering III, 0 C
Am J Agric Econ 60(2): 293-294 May 1978



1457707 HD1775.T4T4 ID No: 78-9913587
The relative degree of problems experienced by first-year
vocational agriculture teachers in Texas
Webb, E S; Stoner. T M: Vaclavik. R M
Texas. Agricultural Experiment Station; Texas A and M
University. Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural
Sociology
Dep Inf Rep Texas A M Univ Dep Agric Econ. 77-1. 22 p Nov
1977



1457195 100 M28S (1) No.742 ID No: 78-9697780 Book
Cit: 78008783
Improving the incomes of small farm families In coastal
Maine /; Homer B. Metzger and Nicholas E. Flanders. Life
Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station. University of


Maine at Orono. --
Metzer. Homer B; Flanders. Nicholas E
Maine.. Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station.
Orono, Me. : The University. 39 p. : 23 cm. -- 1977.



1440041 280.8 J822 ID No: 78-9913635
Discussion
Moles. J A
Am J Agric Econ 60(2): 316-321. ref. May 1978



1439985 78.913555 ID No: 78-9913555
Family farming and rural development In California
LeVeen. E P
Berkeley. Univ Calif Agrl Exp Stn. Giannini Found Agrl Econ,
Working Paper 55. 35 p. ref. Mar 1978



1439954 78.913517 ID No: 78-9913517
Farm-size and economic efficiency: the case of California
Hall. B F; LeVeen, E P
Berkeley, Univ Calif Agrl Exp Stn. Giannini Found Agrl Econ,
Working Paper 53, 42 p. ref. Feb 1978



1439950 1.9 EC752F PES ID No: 78-9913512
Changes in location and flock sizes in poultry production
since 1969
Rogers, G B; Witzig, T J
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service
Poult Egg Situat PES U S Dep Agric Econ Res Serv 297,
25-30 Mar 1978



1439899 100 T25F ID No: 78-9913457
Industrialization and part-time farming in Upper East
Tennessee
Trevena. B J; Garrett, L J
Tennessee, Agricultural Experiment Station
Tenn Farm Home Sci Prog Rep 100, 19-21 Oct-dec. 1976



1439860 HD1401.K4 ID No: 78-9913191
The potential for increasing net incomes on limited-resource
farms in eastern Kentucky
Stewart. F J; Hall, H H; Smith, E D
Kentucky, Agricultural Experiment Station
Res Rep Ky Agric Exp Stn 24, 37 p. ref. May 1976











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1439282 KF27.A343 1977b ID No: 78-9696960 Book Cit:
78007593
National agricultural land policy act :; Hearings before the
Subcommittee on Family Farms, Rural Development, and Special
Studies of the Committee on Agriculture. House of
Representatives. Ninety-fifth Congress, first session, on H.R.
5882, June 15 and 16, 1977. --
U.S.. Congress.. House., Committee on Agriculture..
Subcommittee on Family Farms. Rural Development, and Speci, Al
Studies.
Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off., iv. 260 p. : graph ;
24 cm. 1977.



1436786 4 AS73PA ID No: 78-9083218
Part-time farming and the structure of Kentucky agriculture
Coughenour, C M
Proc Rural Sociol Sect South Assoc Agric Sci 8. 11 p.
1977














1428524 KF27.A343 ID No: 78-9074081
Statement of .the. Assistant Secretary .of Agriculture. for
Conservation, Research and Education before the Subcommittee
on Family Farms. Rural Development, and SpecialStudies,
Committee on Agriculture. House of Representatives, June 15,
1977 .Land use policies.
Cutler, M R
Natl Agric Land Policy Act U S Congr House Comm Agric
Subcomm Fam Farms Rural Dev Spec Stud 260 p. 1977



1421749 S544.3.N6N62 ID No: 78-9067105
Small grain on-farm test report. 1977 .Varieties, nitrogen
fertilizers, yields.
Jarrett. R E
North Carolina State University. Agricultural Extension
Service
AG N C State Univ Agric Ext Serv 36. rev.. 19 p. Sept
1977


1421634 S544.3.H3H3 ID No: 78-9066990
Response to participants' comments .on the discussion paper.
"Strategies for improving small farmer development in the
tropics." includes discussion summary.
Higgs. J
Hawaii. University, Cooperative Extension Service
Misc Publ Hawaii Univ Coop Ext Serv 152: 106-139. Jan
1978



1421633 S544.3.H3H3 ID No: 78-9066989
Review of a paper by John Higgs: "Reaching small farmers for
rural and agricultural development"
Roskelley, R W
Hawaii. University. Cooperative Extension Service
Misc Publ Hawaii Univ Coop Ext Serv 152: 98-106. Jan
1978



1421632 S544.3.H3H3 ID No: 78-9066988
A comment on a few issues suggested by John Higgs' paper
"Strategies for improving small farmer development in the
tropics"
Parsons. K H
Hawaii. University, Cooperative Extension Service
Misc Publ Hawaii Univ Coop Ext Serv 152: 94-97. Jan 1978



1421631 S544.3.H3H3 ID No: 78-9066987
Response to the discussion paper by John Higgs on "Reaching
small farmers for rural and agricultural development"
Patel. A U
Hawaii, University. Cooperative Extension Service
Misc Publ Hawaii Univ Coop Ext Serv 152: 87-93. Jan 1978



1421630 5544.3.H3H3 ID No: 78-9066986
Comments on John Higgs' paper on "Reaching small farmers for
rural and agricultural development"
Karoonyavanick, A
Hawaii. University, Cooperative Extension Service
Misc Publ Hawaii Univ Coop Ext Serv 152: 83-86. Jan 1978



1421629 S544.3.H3H3 ID No: 78-9066985
Comments on John Higgs' paper on "Reaching small farmers for
rural and agricultural development"
Diaz Cisneros. H
Hawaii. University. Cooperative Extension Service
Misc Publ Hawaii Univ Coop Ext Serv 152: 63-82. Jan 1978












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1421628 S544.3.H3H3 ID No: 78-9066984
Strategies for improving small farmer development in the
tropics; a discussion paper
Higgs. d
Hawaii. University. Cooperative Extension Service
Misc Publ Hawaii Univ Coop Ext Serv 152: 15-62. Jan 1978



1421627 S544.3.H3H3 IO No: 78-9066983
Opening remarks at the small farmer workshop .Strategies for
improving small farmer development in the tropics.
Otagaki, K K
Hawaii. University. Cooperative Extension Service
Misc Publ Hawaii Univ Coop Ext Serv 152: 12-14. Jan 1978



1421626 S544.3.H3H3 ID No: 78-9066982
Strategies for improving small farmer development in the
tropics; proceedings. University of Hawaii. May 23-26. 1977
Hawaii. University. Cooperative Extension Service
Misc Publ Hawaii Univ Coop Ext Serv 152. 144 p. Jan 1978



1419966 100 M28S (1) ID No: 78-9065286
Improving the incomes of small farm families in coastal
Maine .Mathematical models.
Metzger, H B; Flanders. N E
Maine. Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station
Bull Univ Maine Orono Life Sci Agric Exp Stn 742, 39 p.
Ref. Oct 1977



1419354 SBi.G75 ID No: 78-9064673
Little activity expected in state .farm. labor legislation
in 1978
Angell. d
Grower (Kans City) p. 128-138. June 1978



1412023 275.29 W27MI ID No: 78-9057198
A discussion of Initiative 59--The Family Farm Water Act
.Legislation.
Florea. B
Washington State University, Cooperative Extension Service
EM Coop Ext Serv Coll Agric Wash State Univ 4295, 8 p.
Sept 1977



1402302 57.8 0R32 ID No: 78-9047143
Where does small farming fit in? .A Kentucky farm as an


example.
Logsdon. G
Org Gard Farming 25 (3): 166. 168. 170. 179-180.
1978


Mar


1393022 166.2 N47 ID No: 78-9037515
Marketing cooperative makes small farmers bigger
Sutton, E M
U.S.. Farmer Cooperative Service
Farmer Coop U S Farmer Coop Serv 44 (10): 7. Jan 1978



1392559 276 IL623 ID No: 78-9913242
Policies affecting capital accumulation and organizational
structure
Dorow. N
Illinois. University, College of Agriculture. Cooperative
Extension Service
Spec Publ Coll Agric Univ Ill 27. 44-52 Aug 1972



1387690 100 M28MA ID No: 78-9033981
Small farms in the eastern coastal area of Maine--their
resources, incomes and needs
Flander, N E; Metzger. H B
Maine, Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station
Res Life Sci 25 (2), 17 p. Oct 1977



1380002 KF27.A343 1977a ID No: 78-9019515
Present and Future Energy Needs on Family Farms. Hearings
before the Subcommittee on Family Farms. Rural Development,
and Special Studies of the Committee on Agriculture, House of
Representatives. Ninety-fifth Congress, first session; May 17,
18, 19, and 24. 1977 .Legislation.
U.S., Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture,
Subcommittee on Family Farms, Rural Development, and Specl. Al
Studies
Washington 375 p. 1977



1379980 281.9 C81A ID No: 77-9909796
The roots
Elbert. S: Colman. G P
New York (State), Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station.
Ithaca; New York State College of Agriculture and Life
Sciences. Dept. of Agricultural Economics
A E Res N Y State Univ Dep Agric Econ 75-34, 13 p Dec
1975

















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1379911 78.913277 ID No: 78-9913277
Survival of the fittest? The relationship of size and
viability in California agriculture
LeVeen. E P
Berkeley. Univ Calif Agrl Exp Stn. Giannini Found Agrl Econ.
Working Paper No. 54. 47 p. ref. Feb 1978



1379837 HDiO1.S6 ID No: 78-9913162
An E-V analysis of pricing alternatives for long-term
marketing contracts
Buccola. S T: French. B C
South J Agric Econ 9(2): 17-23 Dec 1977



1379816 100 V59M ID No: 78-9913130
Attitudes toward preserving agricultural land in Vermont
Bancroft. R L; Sinclair. R 0: Tremblay. R H
Vermont. Agricultural Experiment Station
Misc Publ Vt Agric Exp Stn 93. 28 p. ref. Aug 1977



1378870 100 K13S (1) NO.566 1977 ID No: 78-9692635
Book Cit: 78005075
Estate planning in Kansas :: Principles and problems with
emphasis on family farm estates / Revised by Naomi J. McCarty.
--: Rev. --
McCarty, Naomi J
Manhattan : Agricultural Experiment Station. Kansas State
University. 32 p. -- 1977.



1371651 KF27.A343 1977A ID No: 78-9019516
Statement of .the. Assistant Secretary. Conservation.
Education and Research, U.S. Department of Agriculture
.Hearings before a House of Representatives' subcommittee
concerning present and future energy needs on family farms.
Culter, M R
Present Future Energy Needs Fam Farms U S Congr House Comm
Agric Subcomm Fam Farms Rural Dev Spec Stud p. 13-15. 1977


1368198 281.8 C814 ID No: 78-9016050
Are U.S. Animal scientists prepared to help small farmers in
developing countries?
McDowell. R E
Cornell Int Agric Dev Mimeogr 58. 25 p. Ref. Nov 1977



1367049 100 N8138 ID No: 78-9911940
Consumer identification of community service problems in
planning region VI. North Dakota
Nelson. W C: Becker. W
North Dakota, Agricultural Experiment Station
N D Farm Res N D Agric Exp Stn 34(5): 8-11 May-june
1977



1367048 100 N813B ID No: 78-9911939
Use of time and labor on North Dakota grain farms
Hvinden. S; Johnson, R G
North Dakota, Agricultural Experiment Station
N D Farm Res N D Agric Exp Stn 34(5): 17-20 May-june
1977



1363768 57.8 OR32 ID No: 78-9012978
Organizing knowledge for small farmers .Extension services.
Goldstein. J
Org Gard Farming 25 (1): 146, 148-149. 151. Jan 1978



1360872 5521.C62 ID No: 78-9010074
Strike! .American family farmers.
Landmann. L
Countryside 61 (12): 31-33. Dec 1977


1360599 1 AG84F ID No: 78-9009792
Raising livestock on small farms
Terrill. C E
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture
Farmers Bull U S Dep Agric 2224. slightly rev..
Oct 1977


22 p.


265














1354268 275.29 V813 ID No: 78-9911795
Small farms in Virginia
Orden. D R: Smith. D K
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Cooperative Extension Service
VAE (Va Agric Econ) 285. 5 p Dec 1977



1354216 KF27.A343 1977a ID No: 78-9694102 Book Cit:
78002524
Present and future energy needs on family farms :: Hearings
before the Subcommittee on Family Farms. Rural Development,
and Special Studies of the Committee on Agriculture. House of
Representatives. Ninety-fifth Congress. first session. May 17.
18, 19. and 24. 1977. --
U.S.. Congress.. House., Committee on Agriculture..
Subcommittee on Family Farms. Rural Development, and Speci. Al
Studies.
Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off.. iv. 375 p. : ill.
23 cm. 1977.



1352247 57.8 0R32 ID.No: 78-9002330
Sanitation laws squeeze, out small producers .of farm food
products.
Berry. W; Logsdon. G
Org Gard Farming 24 (10): 43-51. Oct 1977



1349714 281.9 C81A ID No: 77-9910614
How farm families make decisions; the Neirikers
Elbert. S: Finch. J H; Colman, G P
New York (State). Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station,
Ithaca; New York State College of Agriculture and Life
Sciences, Dept..of Agricultural Economics
A E Res Dep Agric Econ Cdrnell Univ Agric Exp Stn N Y State
Coll Agric Life Sci 76-11. 11 p Jun 1976



1346089 S494.5.E5A37 ID No: 77-9131863
Economic feasibility of methane generation and livestock and
crop waste recycling for a typical Iowa family farm
Miranowski. J A; Pidgeon. E R; Peterson. D V


In Agriculture and Energy. W. Lockeretz. ed.
1977


p. 469-477.


1341215 100 AR42 ID No: 77-9911340
Minimum capital requirements for two levels of farm income
on small farms in southeast Arkansas
Walker. G: Halbrook. W A
Arkansas. Agricultural Experiment Station
Bull Agric Exp Stn Div Agric Univ Arkansas 816. 39 p Dec
1976


1329394 1.6 SO3S ID No: 77-9116696
Small acreage pays big dividends .Soil
programs, dairy farming.
Woodward. H A
U.S.. Soi.1 Conservation Service
Soil Conserv 42 (12): 16-17. July 1977


conservation


1328498 77.911179 ID No: 77-9911179
Empirical evaluation of predictive linear programming
Ericksen, M H; Buller, 0
Washington, D.C.. U.S. Economic Research Service. AGERS 4.
29 p May 1976

1328456 A281.9 AG8A ID No: 77-9911089
Factors in the decline of the western sheep industry
Gee, C K: Magleby. R S: Nielsen. D B: Stevens. D M
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture
Agric Econ Rep Econ Res Serv U S Dep Agric 377. 31 p Aug
1977



1328387 A281.9 AG8A ID No: 77-9910938
White and minority small farm operators in the South
Lewis. J A
U.S., Dept. of Agriculture
Agric Econ Rep Econ Res Serv U S Dep Agric 353. 39 p Dec
1976



1328353 589.E2 ID No: 77-9910872
Marketing agricultural products in New Hampshire: III.
marketing specialty livestock products
Andrews, R A: Hickling, D G
New Hampshire. Agricultural Experiment Station
Res Rep N H Agric Exp Stn 45. 15 p Dec 1975



1328333 HD1773.A2N6 ID No: 77-9910410
Farm and non-farm alternatives for increasing incomes of
small New York State dairy farms
Wardle. C; Boisvert, R N
J Northeast Agric Econ Counc 4(1): 20-36 Apr 1975














1316091 KF26.5.S6 1975a ID No: 77-9098256
Will the Family Farm Survive in America? Joint hearings
before the Select Committee on Small Business and the
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. United States
Senate. Ninety-fourth Congress. second session. Part 3.
Federal reclamation policy (Westlands Water District)
U.S.. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Small Business;
U.S.. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular
Affairs
Washington 649 p. 1976



1316090 KF26.5.S6 1975a ID No: 77-9098255
Will the Family Farm Survive in America? Joint hearings
before the Selected Committee on Small Business and the
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. United States
Senate. Ninety-fourth Congress, first session. Part IA. 1B.
IC. Appendixes .Situation studies.
U.S., Congress. Senate, Select Committee on Small Business;
U.S.. Congress. Senate, Committee on Interior and Insular
Affairs
Washington p. 183-2184. 1976



1315992 A281.9 AG8A ID No: 77-9911142
The chicken broiler industry: structure, practices, and
costs
Benson, V W: Witzig. T J
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture
Agric Econ Rep Econ Res Serv U S Dep Agric 381. 53 p Aug
1977



1315990 A281.9 AG83E ID No: 77-9911139
Enterprise budgets for Western commercial sheep businesses.
1974
Gee. C K
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service
ERS U S Dep Agric Econ Res Serv 659. 111 p Mar 1977



1315929 281.9 IL62 ID No: 77-9910834
An economic analysis of off-farm Income in the improvement
of Illinois farm family income
Hanson, R J; Spitze, R G F
Illinois. Agricultural Experiment Station; Illinois.
University. College of Agriculture. Dept. of Agricultural
Economics
AERR Ill Univ Dep Agric Econ 139. 43 p Jan 1976


1315511 HN79.A17W5 No.7 ID No: 77-9688768 Book Cit:
77013010
Who tills the soil? MexiCan-American farm workers replace
the small farmer in California :; An example from Colusa
County / by Jerry A. Moles. --
Moles, Jerry A
Corvallis, Ore. : Western Rural Development Center. 21 p.
-- 1976.


1315283 HD1476.07 ID No: 77-9688284 Book Cit:
77013018
Part-time farming :: Germany. Japan. Norway. United States /
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. --
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Paris : OECD. 151 p. in various pagings : ill.. maps.
1977.


1303890 A281.9 AG8A ID No- 77-9910946
Developments in marketing spreads for agricultural products
in 1976
Dunham. D
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture
Agric Econ Rep Econ Res Serv U S Dep Agric 367. 36 p Mar
1977



1303621 HD1773.A5M3 ID No: 77-9688280 Book Cit:
77011720
Status and prospects of small farmers in the South /; By Ray
Marshall and Allen Thompson. --
Marshall, Ray: Thompson. Allen
Southern Regional Council.
Atlanta. Ga. : Southern Regional Council. 80 p. 1976.



1303508 aS21.A84U5 ID No: 77-9688014 Book Cit:
77011776
Fact sheet for part-time farmers and gardeners.
<.no.. 3/6/1- .1976.->
U.S.. Oept. of Agriculture.. Office of Communication.
Washington. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Office of
Communication. 0000





















1303408 KF27.A343 1977 ID No: 77-9687138 Book Cit:
77011771
Ag-Land trust proposal :: Hearings before the Subcommittee
on Family Farms. Rural Development, and Special Studies of the
Committee on Agriculture. House of Representatives.
Ninety-fifth Congress, first session, February 18, 24, and 25.
1977. --
U.S.. Congress.. House.. Committee on Agriculture.,

Subcommittee on Family Farms. Rural Development. and Speci. Al
Studies.
Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off., iv, 410 p. ; ill.
1977.



1303208 100 N81 (2) No.245 ID No: 77-9686737 Book
Cit: 77011784
Decision-making and communication patterns of disadvantaged
farm families in the North Carolina Coastal Plains area /;
Estelle E. White, Edgar J. Boone. --
White. Estelle E
Raleigh. N.C. : North Carolina Agricultural Experiment
Station, xii, 178 p. : ill. (some col.) maps. -- 1976.



1296320 281.8 F2226 ID No: 77-9088512
Farm family living expenditures, 1972-1975
Wilken, D F; Botterbusch, C E
Illinois. University. Cooperative Extension Service
Farm Econ Facts Opin Ill Univ Dep Agric Econ 76-5. 2 p
duly 1976











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1291708 281.8 F2226 ID No: 77-9910528
Costs, investments, and earnings--by size and type of farm
1974-1975
Wilken. D F
Illinois. University. Cooperative Extension Service
Farm Manage Ill Univ Dep Agric Econ 29(rev), 4 p Oct
1976



1291643 77.910302 ID No: 77-9910302
Economic effect of the expansion of irrigation in Colusa
County
Mamer. 0 W: Goldman. G E; Wallace. L T
Berkeley. Univ of Calif Coop Ext Serv. I-0 6, 21 p Sep
1973



1291626 S544.N6 ID No: 77-9910251
Retirement planning for farm families
Hepp. R; Boehlje. M
North Central Region Research Project NC-57
North Cent Reg Ext Publ 49, 17 p Dec 1976



1291159 S567.I6 ID No: 77-9685787 Book Cit: 77010369
Family living expenditures of ... Iowa farm families.
<1973- >
Iowa State University of Science and Technology, Ames..
Cooperative Extension Service.
Ames, Iowa State University of Science and Technology
Cooperative Extension Service. 0000



1290841 KF26.5.S6 1975a ID No: 77-9684824 Book Cit:
77010534
Will the family farm survive in America? :: Joint hearings
before the Select Committee on Small Business and the
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. United States
Senate. Ninety-fourth Congress, first session on will the
family farm survive in America? --
U.S.. Congress., Senate., Select Committee on Small
Business.; U.S., Congress., Senate., Committee on Interior and
Insular Affairs.
Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off.. v. 1975-.



1288905 S544.3.W6W53 ID No: 77-9082874
Smaller farms program. University of Wisconsin-Extension
1976 report
Saupe. W: Nelson. M; Fitzmaurice. L; Erickson. D
Wisconsin. University, Cooperative Extension Programs


104 of 319) User 1986 17apr80


269


Publ Coop Ext Programs Univ Wis Ext A2814. 16 p. Mar
1977



1284634 100 N81 (2) ID No: 77-9078576
A test of the homogeneity thesis of the culture of poverty
theory: characteristics of disadvantaged farm families
White, E E; Clay. R J
North Carolina. Agricultural Experiment Station
Tech Bull N C Agric Exp Stn 248, 12 p. Ref. Dec 1976



1267569 280.8 J822 ID No: 77-9910175
Economic performance and energy intensiveness on organic and
conventional farms in the Corn Belt: a preliminary comparison
Klepper. R; Lockeretz. W; Commoner. B: Gertler. M: Fast. S;
O'Leary. D; Blobaum, R
Am J Agric Econ 59(1): 1-12 Feb 1977



1256685 281.9 IL62 ID No: 77-9053154
An economic analysis of off-farm income in the improvement
of Illinois farm family income
Hanson. R J; Spitze. R G F
Illinois. Agricultural Experiment Station; Illinois,
University. College of Agriculture. Dept. of Agricultural
Economics
AERR Ill Univ Dep Agric Econ 139, 43 p. Ref. Jan 1976



1255825 281.9 IL62 ID No: 77-9910124
Management comparisons among farms with less than 100
hectares in Baden-Wurttemberg, Switzerland, and Southern
Illinois
Herbst, J H
AERR Ill Univ Dep Agric Econ. 149. 29 p Dec 1976



1255220 100 Ar42 no.816 ID No: 77-9683202 Book Cit:
77007133
Minimum capital requirements for two levels of farm income
on small farms in southeast Arkansas /; By Gary Walker and W.
A. Halbrook. --
Walker, Gary
Fayetteville : Agricultural Experiment Station. Division of
Agriculture. University of Arkansas, 39 p. -- 1976.











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1254489 389.8 SCH6 ID No: 77-9442359
Farm fresh products from field to plate
Sch Foodserv J 31 (4): 42-43 Apr 1977


1248173 1 AG84F ID No: 77-9046309
What young farm families should know about credit
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture
Farmers Bull U S Dep Agric 2135, slightly rev.,
Sept 1971 (pub. Feb 1977)


20 p.


1247663 57.8 OR32 ID No: 77-9045796
A small farmer's guidelines to success .Maine.
Coleman. E
Org Gard Farming 24 (1): 75-77. Jan 1977



1245896 100 N81 (2) ID No: 77-9044010
Decision-making and communication patterns of disadvantaged
farm families in the North Carolina Coastal Plains area
White. E E; Boone. E J
North Carolina, Agricultural Experiment Station
Tech Bull N C Agric Exp Stn 245. 178 p. Maps. Ref. Dec
1976



1243708 HD1425.N6 ID No: 77-9910144
Potato production practices and resource requirements in the
red river valley
Bueling, M C; Leistritz, F L
North Dakota, Agricultural Experiment Station; North Dakota
State University, Dept. of Agricultural Economics
Agric Econ Stat Ser N D State Univ Dep Agric Econ 20. 14 p
Nov 1973



1243682 HD01.S6 ID No: 77-9909889
On part-time farming
Bateman. W L; Walker. 0 L; Jobes. R A
South J Agric Econ 6(2): 137-142 Dec 1974



1243131 100 M58S No.287 ID No: 77-9681396 Book Cit:
77005705
The Michigan Township extension experiment :; The farm
families; their attitudes, goals and goal achievement / by
dames Nielson. --
Nielson. James
East Lansing : Michigan State University, Agricultural


Experiment Station. Dept. of Agricultural Economics.
-- 1962.


72 p.


1242824 A281.9 Ag8A No.353 ID No: 77-9680909 Book
Cit: 77005695
White and minority small farm operators in the South /;
James A. Lewis. --
Lewis, James A; 1926-
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.
Washington : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research
Service, ii. 39 p. ; 23 cm. -- 1976.



1239640 S544.3.C2C3 ID No: 77-9039302
Can you earn your living on a small farm
Yeary. E
California. University, Berkeley. Agricultural Extension
Service
Leafl Div Agric Sci Univ Calif Berkeley Coop Ext 2213,
rev.. 4 p. Feb 1976



1234767 100 T25F ID No: 77-9034341
Industrialization and part-time farming in Upper East
Tennessee
Trevena, B J; Garrett, L J
Tennessee, Agricultural Experiment Station
Tenn Farm Home Sci Prog Rep 100: 19-21. Map. Oct/Dec
1976



1231958 HD101.S6 ID No: 77-9910090
Income effects of reducing agricultural pollution
Wade, J C; Nicol, K J; Heady, E 0
South J Agric Econ 8(2): 65-72 Dec 1976



1231942 280.8 J822 ID No: 77-9910051
Household capital labor ratios in poor farm families
Bryant. W K
Am J Agric Econ 58(5): 848-853 Dec 1976



1231941 280.8 J822 ID No: 77-9910050
The demand of farm families for the quantity and quality of
schooling for their children in the United States
Rosenzweig. M R
Am J Agric Econ 58(5): 842-847 Dec 1976









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1231866 281.9 M5842 ID No: 77-9909943
Telfarm--business analysis summary for Saginaw Valley cash
crop farms. 1975
Kelsey. M P
Agric Econ Rep Dep Agric Econ Mich State Univ 302. 13 p
Sep 1976



1231864 281.9 M5842 ID No: 77-9909941
Telfarm--business analysis summary for cash grain farms.
1975
Kelsey, M P
Agric Econ Rep Dep Agric Econ Mich State Univ 303, 13 p
Sep 1976



1231858 281.9 M5842 I0 No: 77-9909934
Telfarm -- Michigan Farm Business Analysis Summary all types
of farms. 1975 data
Kelsey, M P: Brown, L H
Agric Econ Rep Dep Agric Econ Mich State Univ 309. 12 p
Sep 1976



1231833 100 AL1H ID No: 77-9909900
Small scale farms in Alabama, can they survive?
McCoy, E W
Alabama. Agricultural Experiment Station
Highlights Agric Res 23(4): 7 Winter 1976



1228069 5441.R26 ID No: 77-9029011
Corporate accountability and the family farm
Greene, S L
In Radical Agriculture; R. Merrill. ed. p. 52-63. 1976



1222903 100 AR42 ID No: 77-9023797
Minimum capital requirements for two levels of farm income
on small farms in southeast Arkansas
Walker, G; Halbrook. W A
Arkansas. Agricultural Experiment Station
Bull Agric Exp Stn Div Agric Univ Arkansas 816, 39 p.
Dec 1976



1219029 KF27.A343 1974a ID No: 77-9675814 Book Cit:
77003485
Federal health policies in rural areas :; Hearings before
the Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural Development of the


Committee on Agriculture. House of Representatives,
Ninety-third Congress. second session. October 1. 2. and 3.
1974. --
Schmidt. Herman E
U.S.. Congress.. House.. Committee on Agriculture..
Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural Development.; U.S..
Library of Congress.. Congressional Research Service.
Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off.. 2 v. : ill. 23 cm.
1974-1975.



1218719 TX341.C6 F&N ID No: 77-9440994
Pennsylvania co-op involves community
CNI Weekly Rep 6 (43): 4-6 Oct 28. 1976



1218257 280.8 J822 ID No: 77-9020830
The demand of farm families for the quantity and quality of
schooling for their children in the United States
Rosenzweig, M R
Am J Agric Econ 58 (5): 842-847. Ref. Dec 1976



1210673 100 AL1H ID No: 77-9012969
Small scale farms in Alabama: Can they survive?
McCoy. E W
Alabama. Agricultural Experiment Station
Highlights Agric Res 23 (4): 7. Winter 1976


1207369 A281.9 AG8A ID No: 77-9010249
White and minority small farm operators in the South
Lewis. J A
U.S., Dept. of Agriculture
Agric Econ Rep Econ Res Serv U S Dep Agric 353. 39 p. Map.
Ref. Dec 1976



1203206 44.8 H65 ID No: 77-9006043
How will the new tax law affect family farms?
Moskol, D L
Hoards Dairym 121 (23): 1339, 1329. Dec 10/25. 1976














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1197140 HD101.S6 ID No: 76-9909697
The impact of energy prices on optimum machinery size and
the structure of agriculture: a Georgia example
Musser. Wesley N; Marable Jr. Ulysses
State College. Miss. Southern Agricultural Economics
Association. Southern J Agricultural Economics 8(1): 205-211
Jul 1976



1197129 HD101.S6 ID No: 76-9909677
National markets and the impacts of state land use and
environmental programs
Heady. Earl 0: Nagadevara. V S S V; Nicol. Kenneth J
State College, Miss. Southern Agricultural Economics
Association, Southern J Agricultural Economics 8(1): 71-77
Jul 1976


1197008 S544.3.C2C3 N0.2213 1976 ID No: 76-9680003
Book Cit: 77002382
Can you earn your living on a small farm? /; Edward Yeary.
--; Rev. Feb. 1976. --
Yeary. Edward A
.Berkeley. : Division of Agricultural Sciences. University
of California. 4 p. : ill. -- 1976.



1195891 281.9 N814A ID No: 76-9909487
Grain marketing strategies of North Dakota grain farmers
Bedker. Gary; Anderson. Donald E
Fargo, N Dak Agr Exp Sta. Dep Agr Econ. Agricultural
Economics Report No 111, 16 p Dec 1975



1195306 KF27.A343 1975a ID No: 76-9676735 Book Cit:
77001321
Rural development act of 1972 (administration and
expenditures) :: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Family
Farms and Rural Development of the Committee on Agriculture.
House of Representatives. Ninety-fourth 'Congress. first
session, June 16 and 17, and July 25. 1975. --
U.S.. Congress.. House.. Committee on Agriculture.,
Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural Development.
Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off., v, 387 p. ; 24 cm.


319) User 1986 17apr80


1975.



1192159 57.8 OR32 ID No: 76-9120509
Making a living from organic eggs .A small poultry farm.
Michigan.
Brockman, C
Org Gard Farming 23 (12): 64, 66. Dec 1976



1184358 281.9 C81A ID No: 76-9909529
Characteristics of New York career farm workers
Beech. Douglas F: Bratton. C A
Ithaca. N. Y. State Univ. Dept Agrl Econ. Ae Res 76-15. 27
p Jul 1976



1184339 100 N813B ID No: 76-9909494
Effect of price changes on farm plans in southeast central
North Dakota
Johnson. Roger G; Herman, Wendell D
Fargo. N Dak Agr Exp Sta. North Dakota Farm Research 33(2):
20-24. reprint no 864 November-December 1975



1184335 281.9 N814A ID No: 76-9909490
Optimum farm enterprise organization in Southeast Central
North Dakota
Johnson, Roger G; Vreugdenhil, Harvey G: Herman, Wendell D
Fargo. N Dak Agr Exp Sta. Dep Agr Econ, Agricultural
Economics Report No 113. 23 p Jul 1976



1183675 HD1775.T4T43 ID No: 76-9676410 Book Cit:
77000177
Texas family land heritage registry. --; 1st ed. --
Texas., Dept. of Agriculture.
.Austin. : Texas Dept. of Agriculture, vli, 152 p. : ill.
S28 cm. 1974.



1182472 1.9 EC78AF ID No: 76-9112297
How commercial banks finance small farmers through
agricultural credit cooperatives in India .Rural credit.
Ames. G C W
U.S., Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Farm
Production Economics Division
Agric Financ Rev 36: 24-31. Ref. Apr 1976










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1182469 1.9 EC78AF ID No: 76-9112294
Impact of off-farm income on farm family income levels
Larson. D K
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service. Farm
Production Economics Division
Agric Financ Rev 36: 7-11. Ref. Apr 1976



1179183 275.29 OH32TI ID No: 76-9108997
Off-farm income and part-time farming in Ohio
Erven. B L
Ohio State University. Cooperative Extension Service
Socio-Econ Inf Ohio Agric Rural Communities 576: 1-2. Map.
Feb/Mar 1976



1164629 281.9 C81A ID No: 76-9095553
How farm families make decisions. The Neirikers-- family No.
3
Elbert. S; Colman. G P; Finch, J H
New York (State), Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station.
Ithaca; New York State College of Agriculture and Life
Sciences. Dept. of Agricultural Economics
A E Res N Y State Univ Dep Agric Econ 76-11. 11 p. June
1976



1164622 281.9 C81A ID No: 76-9095546
How farm families make decisions: The Roots--family no.2
Elbert, S: Colman. G P
New York (State), Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station,
Ithaca: New York State College of Agriculture and Life
Sciences. Dept. of Agricultural Economics
A E Res N Y State Univ Dep Agric Econ 75-34. 13 p. Dec
1975


1160725 275.29 OH32 ID No: 76-9909242
Legislative attempts to solve the "farm income problem"
Barr, Wallace
Columbus. Ohio State Univ, Coop Ext Serv, Bulletin 372,
p Rev dun 1971


16


1160720 99.8 F768 ID No: 76-9909237 *
Timber stand improvement--an entree to forestry for
small-tract owners
Anderson, Walter C
Washington. D.C., Society of American Foresters. J Forest
73(4); 222-223 Apr 1975


1158567 A99.9 F7628US ID No: 76-9090519
Tree farm families in the South .Private forest landowners.
Pleasonton. A
U.S.. Southern Forest Experiment Station
U S Dep Agric For Serv Res Pap SO U S South For Exp Stn
113. 9 p. 1975



1152575 S544.3.C2C3 ID No: 76-9084506
Can you earn your living on a small farm? .Income.
Yeary. E
California. University. Berkeley, Agricultural Extension
Service
Leafl Div Agric Sci Univ Calif Berkeley Coop Ext 2213,
rev., 4 p. Feb 1976



1148888 275.29 M58B No.E885 ID No: 76-9674047 Book
Cit: 76009509
Swine production on small farms /; By E. Dale Purkhiser. --
Purkhiser, E Dale
East Lansing : Cooperative Extension Service, Michigan State
University, folder (6 p.) : ill. -- 1975.



1142785 100 G29SO ID No: 76-9076072
Some statistical characteristics of part-time beef farming
in the South
Walker. 0 L: Jobes. R A
Mississippi, Agricultural Experiment Station; Arkansas.
Agricultural Experiment Station; Louisiana, Agricultural
Experiment Station; U.S., Soil Conservation Service
South Coop Ser Bull 205, 88 p. Map. Dec 1975



1137006 KF26.5.S6 1975g ID No: 76-9672920 Book Cit:
76008454
Impact of Federal estate and gift taxes on small businessmen
and farmers :; Joint hearing before the Select Committee on
Small Business amd the Joint Economic Committee. United States
Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session ... Minneapolis,
Minn. August 26. 1975. --
U.S.. Congress.. Senate., Select Committee on Small
Business.; U.S.. Congress.. Joint Economic Committee.
Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off., iv. 135 p. ; 24 cm.
1975.













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1136323 KF27.A343 1975 ID No: 76-9668534 Book Cit:
76008450
Amend Consolidated farm and rural development act :;
Hearings before the Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural
Development of the Committee on Agriculture, House of
Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session .. June
9, 10, 11. 1975. --
U.S., Congress., House.. Committee on Agriculture..
Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural Development.
Washington : U.S. Govt. Print. Off.. v, 245 p. ; 24 cm.
1975.



1126047 1.90 C20U8 ID No: 76-9016158
Family expenditures: the farm family living survey
Thorp. F C
Agricultural Outlook Conference. Washington. D.C.; U.S..
Dept. of Agriculture
Natl Agric Outlook Conf p. 312-318. 1975



1124442 100 M693SP ID No: 76-9060271
Missouri Small Farm Program: an evaluation with a control
group
West. J G; Harrold. V R; Schneeberger. K C; Williamson. L
Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station
Spec Rep Mo Agric Exp Stn 176, 26 p. Oct 1975



1109161 275.28 P38 ID No: 76-9046274
Changes in consumer food buying. Can small farmers
benefit?.Marketing.
Toothman. J S
Pennsylvania State University, Cooperative Extension Service
Farm Econ (Pa State Univ) p. 1-3. Oct 1975



1109080 100 AL1H ID No: 76-9046193
Management problems with crappie in farm ponds and small
impoundments
Davies. W D
Alabama, Agricultural Experiment Station
Highlights Agric Res 23 (1): 16. Spring 1976


1106091 57.8 OR32
Missouri's program to
Blobaum, R
Org Gard Farming 23


ID No: 76-9043181
save the small farmer

(4): 126-131. Apr 1976


1100850 HD191.B37 ID No: 76-9040317
They're destroying our small towns .Absentee-owned farms.
Ray. V K
In The People's Land: a Reader on Land Reform in the United
States. P. Barnes, ed. p. 176-181. 1975



1097694 284.9 M58 ID No: 76-9037104
Description and analysis of Michigan small farms .Situation
studies.
Thompson, R L; Hepp, R E
Michigan. Agricultural Experiment Station
Res Rep Mich State Univ Agric Exp Stn 296, 20 p. Map.
Mar 1976



1090314 100 N813B ID No: 76-9908855
North Dakota farmers' grain marketing practices
Bedker. Gary: Anderson, Donald E
Fargo. N Dak Agr Exp Sta. North Dakota Farm Research 32(1):
10-14 reprint Sep-Oct 1974






ral
Ec



1090210 S89.E2 ID No: 76-9908730
The effect of use value assessment on tax rates, the 1972
experience of 78 New Hampshire towns
Morris, Douglas E: Frick, George E; Burwell. Deborah A
Durham. Univ H Hamp Agr Exp Sta Research Report No 37, 18
p Aug 41974



1089943 HD1476.U5S9 ID No: 76-9669249 Book Cit:
76004183
Farmers on the road :: Interfarm migration and the farming
of noncontiguous land in three midwestern townships, 1939-1969
/ Michael D. Sublett. --
Sublett, Michael D
Chicago : University of Chicago, Dept. of Geography, xili,
214 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- 1975.


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1088188 HD1775.12E25 ID No: 76-9029116
Should you incorporate your family farm or ranch business?
Prigge. G R
Idaho, University, Cooperative Extension Service
Econ Idaho Agric 2: 1-2. Jan 1976



1066601 100 S08 ID No: 76-9908706
Present and potential beef production in the Lower Piedmont
Butler, Charles P
Clemson, S Car Agr Exp Sta Bulletin 576, 29 p Aug 1974


1055334 1.9 EC78AF ID No: 75-9908582
Increasing incomes of farm Families through dual employment
Hanson, R J; Spitze, Robert G F
Washington. D.C.. U.S. Dep Agr Econ Res Serv, Agricultural
Finance Review Vol 35: 59-64 Oct 1974



1055322 100 OR3M ID No: 75-9908570
Determining agricultural land rents: a case study of Malheur
county
Wyckoff. J B; Nelson. A Gene; Wood, James H: Backer, Manning
H
Corvallis. Oreg State Univ Coop Ext Serv Special Report 415.
31 p Aug 1974



1055219 75.9908466 ID No: 75-9908466
Economic and social considerations in extending unemployment
insurance to agricultural workers
Northeast Agricultural Experiment Stations. Regional
Research Project Committee NE-58
Washington. D.C.. U.S. Government Printing Office, 113 p
Sep 30, 1973



1055215 A281.9 AG84A ID No: 75-9908462
Evolution of the small watershed program: changes in Public
Law 566 Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Program,
1954-72
Lea. Dallas M; Mattson, C Dudley
Washington. D.C.. U.S. Dep Agr. Econ Res Serv. Agricultural
Economics Report No 262, 58 p Jun 1974



1055204 281.9 IL6I ID No: 75-9908451
Factors influencing farmers' expectations for involvement in
agriculture


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Sofranko, A J; Pletcher, W R
Urbana, Ill Agr Exp Sta, Illinois Agricultural Economics
14(2): 6-12 Jul 1974



1055182 HD1775.N8E35 ID No: 75-9908423
The value added tax: background and implications for
agriculture
Penn, J B; Irwin. George D
Raleigh. N Car State Univ, Dept of Economics. Economics
Information Report No 37. 46 p Feb 1974



1055159 281.9 C81A ID No: 75-9908399
Farm and non-farm alternatives for limited resource dairy
farmers in central New York
Wardle, Christopher; Boisvert. Richard N
Ithaca, Cornell Univ Agr Exp Sta, N Y State Coll Agr Life
Sci. Dep Agr Econ A E Res 74-6, 56 p Jul 1974


1055066 100 M76 (1) ID No: 75-9908306
Fertilizer use in Montana
Heid Jr. Walter G: Larson. Donald K
Bozeman, Mont Agr Exp Sta, Bulletin 628 (revised),
Apr 1974


40 p


1055064 100 AR42 ID No: 75-9908304
Estate planning: problems, tools, and case studies of
Arkansas farm estates
Graham. John R; Redfern. J Martin; Meenen, Henry J
Fayetteville, Ark Agr Exp Sta, Bulletin 771. 118 p Feb
1972



1055062 281.9 IL62B ID No: 75-9908302
School tax options affecting Illinois agriculture
Halcrow, Harold G; Dovring. Folke; Eith. Arthur; Reiss,
Franklin J; Scott Jr, John T: Seitz. Wesley D; Spitze, Robert
G F
Urbana. Univ Ill Agr Exp Sta. Bulletin 744, 35 p Apr
1973


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1055002 100 IL64 ID No: 75-9908242
Benefits stem from research on corn production
Williams. S W: Strong. S; Baker. Chester B
Urbana. Ill Agr Exp Sta, Illinois Research 15(3):
reprint Summer 1973


1054995 S51.E2 ID No: 75-9908235
Results and implications of mixed integer programming of
small farm organizations for part-time farmers in a Piedmont
county
Holmes. Mac R; Parvin Jr. David W
Experiment. Ga. Univ Ga. Coll Agr Exp Sta Res Bull 156. 21
p Apr 1974



1054877 281.9 IL6I ID No- 75-9908038
Farm size characteristics affecting off-farm earnings of
Illinois farmers
Hanson. R J: Spitze. R G F
Urbana, Univ Ill Agr Exp Sta. Dep Agr Econ, Ill Agr Econ 14
(1): 26-30 Jan 1974



1048864 281.8 L93 ID No: 75-9118032
Guidelines for organizing part-time farms in Louisiana
Huffman, D C; Ragus, C E
La Rural Econ 37 (3): 4-7. Aug 1975



1045144 275.29 M58B ID No: 75-9114189
Swine production on small farms .Husbandry.
Purkhiser. E D
Michigan State University, Cooperative Extension Service
Ext Bull E Coop Ext Serv Mich State Univ E-885. 6 p.
Sept 1975



1043000 A281.9 AG84A ID No: 74-9908019
Farming in the city's shadow
Otte. Robert C
Washington. D.C.. U.S. Dep Agr Econ Res Serv Agr Econ Rep No
250. 13 p Feb 1974



1042989 74.9908007 ID No: 74-9908007
Missouri Extension launches new small farm program
Wiggins, Edward R
Columbia. Univ Mo Ext Div MP 373. 10 p 1973


1042930 100 T25F ID No: 74-9907946
The value of additional land on a representative Middle
Tennessee farm
Keller. Luther H
Knoxville, Univ Tenn Agr Exp Sta Tenn Farm and Home Sci Prog
Rep 79: 27-29 reprint Jul. Aug. Sep 1971



1042920 100 T255 (1) ID No: 74-9907935
Beef feeding systems and optimum farm organizations for
three areas of Tennessee
Anderson. James M; Keller. Luther H
Knoxville, Univ Tenn Agr Exp Sta Bull 480, 65 p Jul 1971



1042898 284.8 F31P ID No: 74-9907913
Changing times on Pennsylvania farms
Alderfer, Evan B
Philadelphia, Research Dep Federal Reserve Bank of
Philadeiphia Business Rev: 18-26 reprint May 1973



1042699 100 IN2P (1) ID No: 74-9907709
Sow leasing and contract hog feeding: an analysis of
producer characteristics and incentives
Bursch, William G
West Lafayette. Purdue Univ Agr Exp Sta Dep Agr Econ SB 17.
26 p Aug 1973



1042691 100 IN2P (1) ID No: 74-9907701
Analysis of the impact of alternative corn tillage-planting
systems on optimal farm organization and income
Brown Jr. R Edward; White, T Kelley
West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue Univ Agr Exp Sta Dep Agr Econ SB
19, 30 p Oct 1973


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1042689 100 IN2P (1) ID No: 74-9907699
Changes in the Corn Belt farm sector. 1964-1969
Williams. Dorwin
West Lafayette, Ind. Purdue Univ Agr Exp Sta Dep Agr Econ SB
15. 19 p Aug 1973



1042203 1.9 EC7DS ID No: 73-9907248
Dairy farm income and milk production costs in the United
States. 1969
Cummins. David E: Buxton. Boyd M
USDA Econ Res Serv DS-347: 23-34 Sep 1973



1042117 281.9 F663 ID No: 73-9907136
Budgets for major crop and livestock enterprises for small
farms in north and west Florida
Jhunjhunwala. Bharat; Tyner. Fred H
Gainesville, Univ Fla, Inst Food Agric Sci Dept Food
Resource Econ Econ Rep 41, 54 p Jan 1973



1042068 73.9907087 ID No: 73-9907087
Estate planning: economic and legal considerations for Idaho
farmers and ranchers
Levi. Donald R: Araji. A A; Peterson, P E
Idaho Agr Exp Sta Misc Publ No 16. 16 p Aug 1972



1042058 1.9 EC78AF ID No: 73-9907077
Income characteristics of farm families in the Corn Belt
Sharpies. Jerry A; Prindle. Allen
USDA Econ Res Serv Agr Finance Rev 34: 12-17 Jul 1973



1042017 73.9907033 ID No: 73-9907033
Extension of unemployment insurance to Texas agriculture
Nergart. Karen J: Fritsch, Conrad F
College Station. Texas A&M University. 112 p Mar 1973



1042000 100 N813B ID No: 73-9907016
1972 North Dakota farmland prices
Johnson, Jerome E
N Dak Farm Res 30(5): 18-21 May-Jun 1973



1041995 73.9907011 ID No: 73-9907011
The importance of grain transportation to the farm economy


and the railroad industry
Felton. John Richard
Nebr Univ Coll Agr Home Econ Dep Agr Econ Staff Pap 1973-14.
18 p Jul 1973


1041989 S51.E22
Marketing soybeans
Anderson. Robert F
Ga Agr Exp Sta Res



1041920 100 M76
Characteristics of


10 No: 73-9907004
in Georgia

Rep 161. 18 p Jun 1973



(1) ID No: 73-9906932
grain farms with emphasis on the Northern


Plains wheat sector
Heid Jr. Walter G
Mont Agr Exp Sta Bull 665. 33 p Feb 1973


1041367 281.9 M5842 ID No: 73-9906376
Off-farm employment of Michigan's dairy farmers and their
families
Hoglund. C R
Mich State Univ Dep Agr Econ Agr Econ Rep No 234, 9 p
Oct 1972


1041334 5537.M3A24 (1) ID No: 73-9906342
The agricultural land market in Nevada Phase
county, Nevada
Shane. Ronald L; Malone Jr, John W
Nev Agr Exp Sta R 84. 23 p Dec 1971



1041219 281.9 C81AE (2) ID No: 73-9906224
1971 New York poultry farm business summary
Bratton, C A; Thacker. G H
N Y (Cornell) Agr Exp Sta AE Ext 72-13, 34 p


I. Churchill


Jul 1972


1040999 281.8 AM32 ID No: 72-9906033
Agriculture--new dimensions and directions
Hopkin. John A
Amer Soc Farm Managers Rural Appraisers J 36(1):
Apr 1972


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1040990 281.9 C16 ID No: 72-9906024
The impact of input price inflation on the United States
farming industry
Tweeten, Luther: Quance. Leroy
Can J Agr Econ 19(3): 35-49 Nov 1971



1040982 276 IL623 ID No: 72-9906016
Policies affecting capital accumulation and organizational
structure
Dorow. Norbert A
Ill Univ Coll Agr Spec Publ 27: 44-52 Aug 1972



1040969 HD1775.N8E35 ID No: 72-9906003
A survey of beef production patterns in the Mountains and
Piedmont of North Carolina
Perrin. Richard K
N C State Univ Dep Econ Econ Inform Rep 27, 33 p Apr
1972



1040966 100 N813B ID No: 72-9906000
Some farmland value increase apparent in 1971
Johnson. Jerome E
N Dak Farm Res 29(5): 23-26 May-Jun 1972



1040965 281.9 N27 ID No: 72-9905999
Livestock marketing--what small feeders are doing in
Nebraska
Wellman, Allen C; Jorgensen. Jeffrey L
Nebr Univ Coll Agr Home Econ Dep Agr Econ Rep 59, 31 p
Jun 1972



1040699 281.9 N814A ID No: 72-9905679
Farm business analysis by size of farm in northern east
central North Dakota
Johnson, Roger G; Goodman. Bernard L; Dalsted, Norman
N Dak Agr Exp Sta Agr Econ Rep 84. 12p Apr 1972



1040668 72.9905648 ID No: 72-9905648
Missouri farm leaders give opinions on farm policy
Driss. Sadok; Brelmyer. Harold F
Mo Univ Ext MP 274. 14p 1972


1040551 281.9 C16 ID No. 72-9905530
Analysis of growth of agricultural firms
Buller, Orlan H
Can J Agr Econ 19(2): 25-35 Oct 1971


1040538 281.9 N814A ID No: 72-9905517
Economies of farm size in southwestern North Dakota
Leistritz. F Larry; Schneeberger. Walter
N Dak Agr Exp Sta Agr Econ Rep 82. 37p Feb 1972



1040470 HD1775.N8E35 ID No: 72-9905448
Estate planning for North Carolina farm families
Pinna. William P: Wells, R C: Harwood Jr. D G
N C State Univ Dep Econ Econ Inform Rep 15, 84 p Sep
1971 Rev



1040469 HD1775.N8E35 ID No: 72-9905447
Incorporation of farm businesses
Pugh. Charles R: Pinna. William P
N C State Univ Econ Dep Econ Inform Rep 26, 61p Oct 1971


1040448 100 N813B ID No: 72-9905425
Crop production costs and profit returns
Taylor, Fred R; Schaffner. LeRoy W
N Dak Farm Res 29(3): 33-36 Jan-Feb 1972



1040447 HD1775.N8N6 ID No: 72-9905424
An analysis of labor use for alternative flue-cured tobacco
harvesting and curing systems
Davis. Bob: Ihnen. Loren A
N C State Univ Dep Econ Econ Res Rep 16, 85 p Sep 1971


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1040367 A281.9 AG83E ID No: 72-9905342
Family-size farms in U.S. agriculture
Nikolitch. Radoje
USDA Econ Res Serv ERS 499. 35p Feb 1972


1040283 A281.9 AG84A ID No: 72-9905258
A profile of disabled household heads and spouses in rural
areas of the Ozarks Region
Holmes, 0 Wendell
USDA Econ Res Serv Agr Econ Rep 217, 42 p Nov 1971



1040213 72.9905185 ID No: 72-9905185
Beef production patterns in North Carolina
Gilliam, Henry
N C State Univ Coop Ext Tar Heel Econ: pi Feb 1971



1040097 280.8 J822 ID No: 72-9905055
Personality characteristics and successful use of credit by
farm families
Krause. Kenneth R; Williams, Paul L
Amer J Agr Econ 53(4): 619-624 Nov 1971



1040091 280.8 0822 ID No: 72-9905049
Differences in consumption patterns of farm and nonfarm
households in the United States
Lee. Feng-yao; Philips, Keith E
Amer J Agr Econ 53(4): 573-582 Nov 1971



1040070 A281.9 AG84A ID No: 72-9905028
Midwestern corn farms: economic status and the potential for
large and family-sized units
Krause, Kenneth R; Kyle, Leonard R
USDA Econ Res Serv Agr Econ Rep 216. 53p Nov 1971



1040061 281.8 C16 ID No: 72-9905019
Simulated markets, farm structure, and agricultural policies
Lin, Steven A Y; Heady, Earl 0
Can J Agr Econ 19(1): 55-65 Jul 1971


USDA Statist Bull 474, 20p Sep 1971



1039997 100 P381 ID No: 72-9904950
An economic appraisal of farming alternatives for dairymen
considering disposal of their milking herds
Hoffman, Lynn D; Partenheimer. Earl J; Barr. W L
Penn Agr Exp Sta Bull 773, 48p Jan 1971


1039993 100 W27E ID No: 72-9904946
Machinery investment practices of Washington farmers
Umberger. Dwaine E; Whittlesey. Norman K; Wirth, M E
Wash Agr Exp Sta Bull 737, 10p Aug 1971



1039932 100 ALIH ID No: 72-9904882
Aspirations and family progress
Martin, Nancy W; Dunkelberger, J E
Highlights Agr Res (Ala Sta) 18(3): plO Fall 1971



1039909 100 W27E ID No: 72-9904252
Earnings from two worlds--farm and nonfarm
Loomis, Ralph A
Wash Agr Exp Sta Bull 728, 6 p Sep 1970



1039847 100 N813 ID No: 71-9904804
Analysis of optimum farm organization in the Red River
Valley
Ancderson, Jonathan D; Johnson. Roger G
N Dak Agr Exp Sta Bull 489, 15p Mar 1971



1039706 281.9 IL6I ID No: 71-9904661
Is corn yield variability changing?
Swanson, Earl R; Smith, Donald G
Ill Agr Econ 11(2): 13-15 Jul 1971


1040015 1 AG84ST ID No: 72-9904968
Variations in length of the farm workweek
Sellers Jr, Walter E


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1039697 OL461.V5 ID No: 71-9904652
The effects of various wage rates on farm organization and
structure in southwest Virginia
Givan, William 0: Kline. Ralph G
Va Polytech Inst Res Div Bull 63. 60p Jul 1971



1039653 1.9 EC752F TS ID No: 71-9904607
Trends in cash receipts from tobacco
Braden. Johnny D
USDA Econ Res Serv TS 136: 29-31 Jun 1971



1039650 A281.9 AG84A ID No: 71-9904604
Open-country poverty in a relatively affluent area--the East
North Central States
Fitzwilliams. Jeannette
USDA Econ Res Serv Agr Econ Rep 208. 56p Jun 1971



1039414 281.9 M5842 ID No: 71-9904365
Costs of farm family living in Michigan during 1969
Ferrar, Barbara M
Mich State Univ Dept Agr Econ Agr Econ Rep 178 14p Oct
1970



1039368 280.8 J822 ID No: 71-9904319
Needed redirections in economic analysis for agricultural
development policy
Dorner, Peter
Amer J Agr Econ 53(1) 8-16 Feb 1971



1039230 A281.9 AG83E 1D No: 71-9904167
Economic Impact of second-home communities- a case study of
Lake Latonka, Pa.
Brown Jr. Richard N
USDA Econ Res Ser ERS-452 55p. Nov 1970



1039197 71.9904134 ID No: 71-9904134
Financing agriculture in The Great Plains.
Hopkin. John A; Frey. Thomas L
Nebr Univ Coll Agr Home Econ Dept Agr Econ Staff Paper-16
16p Sep 1970


Farm management for part-time farmers
Brockett, J E
Pennsylvania State University. Cooperative Extension Service
Spec Circ Pa State Univ Ext Serv 203. 16 p. May 1975


1010975 1 EC7AG ID No: 75-9086817
Footing the farm family bill
Agric Situation (Washington) 59 (8): 2-4.


Sept 1975


1010968 HD1773.A2N6 ID No: 75-9086810
Farm and non-farm alternatives for increasing incomes of
small New York State dairy farms
Wardle. C; Boisvert, R N
J Northeast Agric Econ Counc 4 (1): 20-36. Apr 1975



1006461 275.8 AG8 ID No: 75-9082124
Small FFA .Future Farmers of America. chapters must try
harder
Woody. W T
Agric Educ 48 (1): 16. 18. July 1975



989974 100 M28S (1) ID No: 75-9067637
Small farms in the lower Penobscot River area: their
resources and incomes
Metzger. H B
Maine, Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station
Bull Univ Maine Orono Life Sci Agric Exp Stn 713, 32 p.
1975



969548 1.9 EC78AF ID No: 75-9049466
Increasing incomes of farm families through dual employment
Hanson. R J; Spitze. R G F
Agric Financ Rev 35: 59-64. Ref. Oct 1974


969544 1.9 EC78AF
Farm family incomes
different rates
Reinsel. E I
Agric Financ Rev 35:


ID No: 75-9049462
and farmers' insomes improve at


31-35. Ref. Oct 1974


1033982 275.29 P382SP ID No: 75-9107580


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967788 166.2 N47 ID No: 75-9047651
Cooperatives and antitrust. III. Cooperatives: A necessary
family farm marketing tool .Capper-Volstead Act.
Campbell, J P
News Farmer Coop 41 (5): 14-16. Aug 1974



960572 HD1476.A3S6 ID No: 75-9655596 Book Cit:
75005147
Small farm agricultural development problems
Biggs. Huntley H; ed.: Tinnermeier. Ronald L; ed.
Colorado State University
Fort Collins. Colorado State University 168 p. illus.
.c1974.



960000 KF27.A343 1974 ID No: 75-9652228 Book Cit:
75006089
Impact of transportation policies; Hearings before the
Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural Development of the
Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives.
Ninety-third Congress, second session
U.S.. Congress, House, Committee on Agriculture,
Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural Development
Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. iv, 252 p. maps. 1974



948067 HDO01.S6 ID No: 75-9030238
On part-time farming .Implications for the organization of
agricultural production and development of rural areas.
Bateman, W L; Walker. 0 L; Jobes, R A
South J Agric Econ 6 (2): 137-142. Dec 1974



938113 HD2157.S47 ID No: 75-9651357 Book Cit:
75003228
Urban influences on the agricultural areas of the Central
Coast; With particular reference to part time farming
Shilton, Peter
Armidale, Australia, University of New England
Armidale. Australia, University of New England 192 p.
maps. 1973



933453 100 N27N ID No: 75-9016526
Why farm families moonlight .Incomes.
Hanson, R J
Nebraska. Agricultural Experiment Station; Nebraska.
University, College of Agriculture and Home Economics
0 Serv Farm Ranch Home Univ Nebr Coll Agric Home Econ 21
(4): 22. Winter 1975


933436 281.9 OH32 ID No: 75-9016509
Agriculture--elements of its future control. A discussion of
questions on open markets, integration: contracts, ownership
of land, cooperatives, corporate farms, incorporation family
farms
Barr. W ed
Ohio State University, Cooperative Extension Service; Ohio
State University, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural
Sociology
E S M Ohio State Univ Dep Agric Econ Rural Sociol 508, 59
p. 1974?



932853 500 L932 ID No: 75-9015815
A short-term study of community metabolism in a small
southwestern Louisiana farm pond .Water quality.
Cordes. C; LeBlanc, D; Deshotels, J
Proc La Acad Sci 37: 42-48. Dec 31, 1974



921175 57.8 OR32 ID No: 75-9004462
Methane from manure at the Organic Demonstration Farm:
We'relearning how to take a little energy from manure before
returning it to the fields
Smyser, S
Org Gard Farming 21 (10): 30-32, 34. Oct 1974



916781 HD1476.U507 ID No: 74-9650381 Book Cit:
75001270
Land: Selection & development
Howard & Suzen Orem Research Company
.Petrolia. Calif., Orem Research Co. 323 p. illus. 1974.



913598 100 G295 ID No: 74-9110802
A cattle feeding program for small farms
McCullough, M E
Georgia. Agricultural Experiment Stations
Ga Agric Res 16 (2): 4-5. 8. Fall 1974


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913106 S51.E2 ID No: 74-9110297
Results and implications of mixed integer programming of
small farm organizations for part-time farmers in a Piedmont
County
Holmes. M R; Parvin, D W Jr
Georgia. Experiment Stations
Res Bull Univ Ga Coll Agric Exp Stn 156, 21 p. Apr 1974



909040 275.29 IL62P ID No: 74-9106048
Part-time farming as a part of rural development--concepts
and findings. .Income.
Spitze. R G F: Hanson, R J
Illinois, University, Cooperative Extension Service:
Illinois. University. Dept. of Agricultural Economics
A E Coop Ext Serv Univ Ill Coil Agric Dep Agric Econ 4336:
32-40. Ref. June 1974



892431 275.29 N463E No.455 ID No: 74-9419160 Book
Cit: 74011514
Small farm rental agreements: Contratos de renta para
granjas pequenas
Ott. Gene
.Las Cruces 23 p. 1974.



892331 KF27.A343 1973 ID No: 74-9419041 Book Cit:
74011420
Implementation of the Rural development act; Hearings ...
Ninety-third Congress, first session. July 31, September 11
and 12. 1973
U.S.. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture.
Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural Development
Washington. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 138 p. Illus. 1974



892160 HD1775.K4K4 No.15 ID No: 74-9418846 Book Cit:
74011479
Part-time farming in Kentucky; 1969 survey findings
Justus. Fred E
.Lexington. 36 p. 1974



869632 F160.G3L6 ID No: 74-9650135 Book Cit:
74009771
The Pennsylvania German family farm; A regional
architectural and folk cultural study of an American
agricultural community, by Amos Long. Jr.
Long, Amos
Breinigsville. Pa. xvi. 518 p. illus. 1972


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866415 281.8 F2226 ID No: 74-9066557
Farm family living expenditures, 1972 and 1973
Wilken, 0 F; Botterbusch, C E
Illinois. University, Cooperative Extension Service
Farm Manage Ill Univ Dep Agric Econ 74-3, 2 p.
1974


June 19,


865648 HD1775.K4K4 ID No: 74-9065740
Part-time farming in Kentucky (1969 survey findings)
Justus. F E Jr; Brown. V C
Kentucky, University. Cooperative Extension Service
Agric Econ Ext Inf Ser Univ Ky Coll Agric Coop Ext Serv
15. 36 p. map. May 1974



835191 275.29 C12Lea No.213 ID No: 74-9408473 Book
Cit: 74005594
Is a family farm the answer?
Yeary. Edward A
Berkeley 8 p. folder illus. 1973



831587 275.29 W27P ID No: 74-9034249
Incorporating the Washington family farm business
Levi, D R
Washington State University. Cooperative Extension Service
Ext Bull Coop Ext Serv Wash State Univ 650, 11 p. Jan
1974



831586 275.29 W27P ID No: 74-9034248
Organizing the Washington family farm business as a
partnership
Levi, D R
Washington State University. Cooperative Extension Service
Ext Bull Coop Ext Serv Wash State Univ 651, 11 p. Jan
1974










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821952 166.2 N47 ID No: 74-9026802
Through four action programs family farmers can earn
membership in tomorrow's industrialized agriculture.
.Cooperatives.
Knutson. R D
U.S., Farmer Cooperative Service
News Farmer Coop 40 (11): 2-5. Feb 1974



820685 275.29 C12LEA ID No: 74-9025451
Is a family farm the answer? .Costs.
Yeary. E A
California, University, Berkeley. Agricultural Extension
Service
Leaf Div Agric Sci Univ Calif Calif Agric Exp Stn Ext Serv
213. 8 p. Dec 1973



819764 100 IL64 ID No: 74-9024469
Machinery costs on corporation farms and family farms
Hunt, 0
Illinois. Agricultural Experiment Station
Ill Res 16 (1): 14-15. Winter 1974



813509 S501.K27 1973 ID No: 74-9507288 Book Cit:
74003489
Five acres and independence; A practical guide to the
selection and management of the small farm. With a new introd.
by J. E. Oldfield; Rev. and enl. ed.
Kains, Maurice Grenville; 1868-1946
New York, Dover Publications xv. 397 p. illus. .1973.



813265 KF27.5.S676 1973 ID No: 74-9407712 Book Cit:
74003656
Small business problems involved in the marketing of grain
and other commodities; Hearings ... Ninety-third Congress.
first sessions ... July 25 ... October. 4, 1973
U.S.. House, Permanent Select Committee on Small Business,
Subcommittee on Special Small Business Problems
Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 411 p. 1973



810523 100 C71S (3) ID No: 74-9018623
Pasture vs small grains on dryland farms in the western
intermountain area; an economic analysis. .Costs, returns,
beef cattle.
Gee. C K
Colorado, Agricultural Experiment Station
Tech Bull Colo State Univ Exp Stn 119. 47 p. Sept 1973


794400 284.9 M58 ID No: 74-9003159
Hours of labor reported on four small Michigan farms with
beef cows and crops for 1971 and 1972
Hartwig. R T
Michigan. Agricultural Experiment Station
Res Rep Mich State Univ Agric Exp Stn 226: 56-62. Aug
1973



789607 HD1753 1968 .U5 ID No: 73-9403752 Book Cit:
74000598
Corporation farming: Hearings, Ninetieth Congress, second
session on the effects of corporation farming on small
business. Great Plains and upper Midwest
U.S.. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Small- Business,
Subcommittee on Monopoly
Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 449 p. illus. 1968



779867 1.9 EC78AF ID No: 73-9227283
Oncome characteristics of farm families in the Corn Belt
Sharpies. J; Prindle, A
U.S.. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Farm
Production Economics Division
Agric Financ Rev 34: 12-17. July 1973


772808 100 K13S (1) No.566 ID No: 73-9401042
Cit: 73014575
Estate.planning in Kansas, principles and problems;
emphasis on family farm estates
Graham, John R
Manhattan, Kan. 44 p. 1973


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772625 HD1525.P5 ID No: 73-9400820 Book Cit:
73014621
The condition of'farmworkers and small farmers; Report to
the National Board
Pierce, James M
National Sharecroppers Fund. National Board; Rural
Advancement Fund
.Washington. National Sharecroppers Fund/Rural Advancement
Fund 12 p. 1972



766459 100 K13S (1) ID No: 73-9214433
Estate planning in Kansas--principles and problems with
emphasis on family farm estates
Graham, J R
Kansas. Agricultural Experiment Station
Bull Agric Exp Stn Kan State Univ 566. 44 p. Ref. Mar
1973



760277 275.29 C12LEA ID No: 73-9209733
The small farm home
Yeary, E A: Johnson, E F
California, University. Berkeley. Agricultural Extension
Service
Leaf Div Agric Sci Univ Calif Calif Agric Exp Stn Ext Serv
210, 16 p. Aug 1973



758540 99.8 F7698 ID No: 73-9207761
Small holding land patterns in Utah and the problem of
forest watershed management
Peterson, C S
For Hist 17 (2): 4-13. July 1973



757629 HD101.S6 ID No: 73-9206772
Economic analysis of commercial layer production decisions
for family farm operators. .Hens, eggs, Georgia.
Lance, G C
South J Agric Econ 5 (1): 147-152. July 1973



757189 1 EC7AGR ID No: 73-9206272
Economic position of farm families when money income and net
worth are combined
Carlin, T A
U.S., Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service
Agric Econ Res 25 (3): 61-70. Rer. July 1973


754114 100 V59M No.73 ID No: 73-9399693 Book Cit:
73012103
Vermont rural and farm family rehabilitation project
To6mpk.ins. Enoch H i -. ,
Burl'ihdton, Vt. 44 p. illus. 1973



751796 281.8 L93 ID No: 73-9202259
Financial structure of small farms in the Macon Ridge area
of Louisiana
Johnson, R B; Hargroder, J D
La Rural Econ 35 (3): 5-8. Aug 1973



750178 100 V59M ID No: 73-9200412
Vermont rural and farm family rehabilitation project.
.Poverty programs.
Tompkins, E H; LeRay, N L: Schmidt.'F E
Vermont. Agricultural Experiment Station
Vt Agr Exp Sta Misc Publ 73, 44 p. map. May 1973



730270 100 S082 (1) ID No: 73-9181650
Vocational and residential adjustment as viewed by selected
farmers, part-time farmers, and ex-farmers: an attitudinal
study with particular implications .for public policy.
.Population migration.
Gilbert, H A
South Dakota, Agricultural Experiment Station
S Dak Agr Exp Sta Bull 609. 69 p. map. Apr 1973



725574 166.2 N47 ID No: 73-9176846
Family farmers can compete
Paarlberg, D
U.S., Farmer Cooperative Service
News Farmer Coop 40 (2): 2-5. May 1973



721995 KF27.A3 1971a ID.No: 73-9381741 Book Cit:
73008764
Feed grain program: participation of sugar beet growers,
advance payments, participation of small farms; Hearings,
Ninety-second Congress, first session
U.S.. Congress, House. Committee on Agriculture
Washington. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 98 p. 1971










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703444 100 M28M ID No: 73-9162103
Small, low income farms in Maine
Metzger. H B
Maine. Life Sciences and Agricultural Experiment Station
Maine Agr Exp Sta Misc Rep 146. 36 p. Feb 1973



654516 HD1483.N34 1970 ID No: 72-9346544 Book Cit:
72008572
Corporate farming and the family farm: .1st ed..
National Farm Institute. Des Moines. 1970; Greater Des
Moines Chamber of Commerce; Iowa State University of Science
and Technology. Ames, Center for Agriculture and Economic
Development
Ames. Iowa State University 118 p. .c1970.



650864 HD1761.G3 ID No: 72-9342510 Book Cit:
72002906
An analysis of U.S. farm family income inequality 1950-1960
Gardner. Bruce L; 1942-
Chicago 98 1. 1968



258022 S501.J6 7100 ID No: 71-9325063 Book Cit: 8527
Problems of the small farm
Johnson. 0 R
Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station
Columbia. University of Missouri 44 1. illus. 1955



238518 281.9 M5842 ID No: 71-9060533
Costs of farm family living in Michigan during 1969
Ferrar. B M
Mich State Univ Dep Agr Econ Agr Econ Rep 178. 14 p. map.
Oct 1970


172436 HD1476 .U5W4 ID No: 70-9293514 Book Cit:
00000000
The economics of the family farm corporation in Indiana
Weigle. Richard Norval; 1922-
.Lafayette. Ind.. 162 1. 1967



166167 100 N48C (1) ID No: 70-9071484
Farm families under stress: reactions to social change in
St. Lawrence County. New York. 1949--1962
Reeder. W W; Le Ray. N L
N Y (cornell) Agr Exp Sta Bull 1027, 43 p. June 1970



152329 HD1405.I52 ID No: 70-9053912
The modern family farm and its problems: with particular
reference to the United States of America
Johnson, G L
In Int Econ Assoc Proc Conf Econ Probl Agr Indus Soc p.
234-250. 1969



152267 281.9 C59 ID No: 70-9053846
Human resource adjustments through part-time farming in the
Northeast Coastal Plain region of South Carolina
Dillman, B L: Meadows. T C
S C Agr Exp Sta Ae 327, 54 p. map. Oct 1969


137374 50.8 B39 ID No: 70-9038398
Can a small feeder compete? .United States.
farms, agricultural finance.
Florea. B
Beef 5 (9): 18-19. May 1969


small-scale


187038 1 EX892EX ID No: 70-9087374
Council studies family's role. .Farm families.
Meade. A R
Ext Serv Rev 41 (10): 12-13. Oct 1970


137012 44.8 H65 ID No: 70-9038011
What is your goal in size of dairy herd? .New York. family
farms, farm management.
Cunningham, L C
Hoards Dairyman 114 (8): 509. 535. Apr 25. 1969


177388 HD1775.N8E35 No.15 ID No: 70-9299278 Book
Cit: 70006737
Estate planning for North Carolina farm families
Pinna. W P
Raleigh 80 p. illus. 1969















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134690 100 N813B ID No: 70-9035504
Farm costs and returns; on wheat, small grain, livestock
farms in North Dakota
Cox. R W
N Dak Farm Res 27 (1): 3-4. Sept/Oct 1969



128522 281.9 M5842 ID No: 70-9029099
Costs of farm family living in Michigan during 1968
Ferrar, B M
Mich State Univ (ext) Agr Econ Rep 140, 22 p. Oct 1969



001232 389.8 SCH6 ID No: 73-9001284
From Colorado: get the most out of summer feeding
Sch Foodserv J 26 (9): 66-67 Oct 1972








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