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    Structure of the farm sector
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    Small farm production
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF RESEARCH
RELATING TO SMALL FARMS,
1970 to 1977
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September 1977


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are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the opinion
of NEAD, the Economic Research Service or the U.S. Department of
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User Guide

This bibliography was compiled in preparation for a workshop on

"Small Farm Families and Public Policy," sponsored by the National Rural

Center, with the cooperation of the Farm Foundation, Ford Foundation,

U.S. Department of Agriculture, and others. It includes published

articles, unpublished dissertations, and research in progress, pertaining

to small farm characteristics and problems. The materials have been

arranged by general subject area: 1) structure of the farming sector; 2)

2) small farm production; 3) the small-scale farm operator and family;

and 4) agricultural policies affecting small-scale farmers relevant

research now in progress follow the published anu unpublished articles

listed in each section.

Most of the articles cited here were located through computer

searches of three data bases: AGRICOLA, Dissertation Abstracts, and

CRIS. AGRICOLA is a comprehensive computer-indexed system of published

works relating to agriculture, maintained by the National Agricultural

Library. Many of the articles covered by this search came from the

AGECON subfile of AGRICOLA, maintained by the American Agricultural

Economics Documentation Center. The search of this data base was

restricted to articles published in, or after, 1970, and yielded 303

relevant sources. A second search covered Dissertation Abstracts Inter-

national, for the years after 1968, and yielded 25 articles. The third

base used was the Current Research Information System, CRIS, which contains

descriptions of ongoing work at colleges and experiment stations






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throughout the U.S. This search yielded 63 relevant projects. All

computer searches employed a list of selected key terms relating to small

farms, low income farms, and farm families. Computer-supplied material

was supplemented by manual searches of the Public Affairs Information

Service Bulletin (Vols. 61 and 62), and the Bibliography of Agriculture

(Vols. 38-41, No. 3), as well as bibliographies of important recent works

dealing with small farms. These supplementary searches yielded 63

additional articles, for a total of 454 sources. Articles focusing on

foreign agriculture have been deleted from this list.

This bibliography cannot claim total coverage of all works dealing

with small farms. But it does provide a strong base of material on

various aspects of the small farm situation in the U.S.

Call numbers are included in parentheses after each item cited.

Numbers beginning with letters are National Agricultural Library call

numbers. Those beginning with numerals are Library of Congress call

numbers (the NAL converted to this system in 1976). Each dissertation

entry includes a reference to the location of its abstract in Disserta-

tion Abstracts International. Current projects listed include the name

and zip code of the institution where research is being conducted. Most

of the published materials cited are available in the National Agricul-

tural Library. The following abbreviations of journal titles are used

throughout the bibliography:

Amer J Agr Econ American Journal of Agricultural Economics

Can J Agr Econ Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics





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J Am Soc Farm Manage Ruril Apprais Journal of the American

Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers

Quart J Econ Quarterly Journal of Economics

So Econ J Southern Economic Journal


















































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Table of Contents


Page

I. Structure of the Farm Sector
A. Alternative Structures for the Farm Sector -
Trends and Implications ............................... 1
B. Factors Influencing Farm Size and Organization........ 3
C. Research in Progress.................................. 5

II. Small Farm Production
A. Viability of Small and Family Farms................... 6
B. Economies of Size
1) General ......................................... 7
2) Swine............................................ 8
3) Dairy ........................................... 9
4) Beef Cattle..................................... 9
5) Other Enterprises and Regions................... 10
C. Resources and Other Characteristics of Small Farms.... 11
D. Managing the Small Farm Enterprises, Techniques,
and Equipment......................................... 13
E. Tenure and Leasing.................................... 16
F. Research in Progress.................................. 18

III. Small-Scale Farm Operators and Families
A. Behavioral Characteristics of Operators............... 21
B. Occupational Adjustment and Mobility.................. 24
C. Incomes and Welfare ................................... 25
D. Farm Household Characteristics........................ 27
E. Elderly and Minorities................................ 28
F. Research in Progress.................................. 29

IV. Part-Time Farming and Off-Farm Employment
A. Managing the Part-Time Farm ........................... 29
B. Regional Studies ...................................... 30
C. General ............................................... 32
D. Research in Progress.................................. 33

V. Agricultural Policy
A. National Policies Relating to Farm Structure.......... 33
B. Rural Development..................................... 36
C. Potential for Increasing Incomes Through Small
Farm Resource Development............................. 37
D. Existing Programs for Small Farm Development.......... 38
E. Research, Education, and Extension Needs.............. 40
F. Cooperatives........................................... 42
G. Other Measures to Assist Small Farmers................ 44
H. Research in Progress.................................. 45







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I. Structure of the Farm Fector
A. Alternative Structures for the Farm Sector Trends and
Implications
Armstrong, Jack, and Bottum, J. Carroll "Control of
Agriculture in Perspective--A Summary," in Who Will
Control U.S. Agriculture? Policies Affecting the
Organizational Structure of U.S. Agriculture, Harold D.
Guither, ed., Illinois University, College of Agriculture,
Special Publication 27:53-56, Aug. 1972 (276 IL623).

Ball, A. Gordon, and Heady, Earl 0. "Trends in Farm and
Enterprise Size and Scale," in Size, Structure, and
Future of Farms, A. Gordon Ball and Earl 0. Heady, eds.,
pp. 40-58, 1972 (S562.U5B3).

Barr, Wallace, ed., Agriculture--Elements of Its Future
Control, Columbus, Ohio State University, Department of
Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, ESM No. 508,
59 pp., Oct. 1974 (281.9 01-132).

Barr, Wallace, Who Will Control U.S. Agriculture: Situation
and Alternatives, Columbus, Ohio State University,
Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology,
ESM No. 490, 13 pp., 1973 (281.9 OH32).

Barr, Wallace, Why Worry About Who Will Control U.S.
Agriculture?, Columbus, Ohio State University, 81., 1972
(S101.B3).

Breimyer, Harold F. "Control by Independent Farmers,"
Farm Foundation, Increasing Understanding of Public
Problems and Policies--1972, pp. 18-21, 1972 (275.29 F22).

Breimyer, Harold F. Who Will Control Agriculture in the
Future?, Missouri University, Agricultural Economics
Paper 1972-55, 6 pp., Nov. 1972.

Breimyer, Harold F., and Barr, Wallace "Issues in Con-
centration Versus Dispersion," in Who Will Control U.S.
Agriculture? Policies Affecting the Organizational
Structure of U.S. Agriculture, Harold D. Guither, ed.,
Illinois University, College of Agriculture, Special
Publication 27:13-22, Aug. 1972 (276 IL623).

Daly, Rex F., Dempsey, J.A., and Cobb, C.W. "Farm Numbers
and Sizes in the Future," in Size, Structure, and Future
of Farms, A. Gordon Ball and Earl 0. Heady, eds., pp.
314-332, 1975 (S562.U5B3).






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Gardner, Bruce L. "Patterns of Population Settlement and
Economic Activt.y: Where Are We ileadcd?--Discussion,"
Amer J Agr Econ 52(5):775, Dec. 1970 (280.S J822).

Heady, Earl 0. American Farm-Size Structure in Relation
to Income and Employment Opportunities of Farms, Rural
Communities and Other Sectors, CARD Report No. 48,
Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa
State University (281.9 1093).

Heady, Earl 0. "Farm Size and Optimization Under Tenure,
Collective and State Structures," Amer J Agr Econ
54(l):143-45, 1972 (280.8 J822).

Heady, Earl 0. Income and Structure of American Agricul-
ture Under Alternative Future Farm Size Policies, CARD
Report 53, Center for Agricultural and Rural Development,
Iowa State University (281.9 1093).

Heady, Earl 0., and Sonka, Steven T. Farm-Size Structure
and Off-Farm Income and Employment Generation in the
North Central Region, North Central Regional Center for
Rural Development, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa,
Feb. 1975.

Heady, Earl 0., and Sonka, Steven T. "Farm Size, Rural
Community Income, and Consumer Welfare," Amer J Agr
Econ 56(3), Aug. 1974 (280.8 J822).

Hopkin, John A. "Agriculture--New Dimensions and
Directions," J Am Soc Farm Manage Rural Apprais 36(1):
37-42, Apr. 1972 (281.8 AM32).

Paarlberg, D. "Future of the Family Farm," Economic
Planning 9(5):7-16, Sept/Oct 1973 (HD1785.A1).

Rhodes, V. James "Control by Corporations," Farm Founda-
tion, Increasing Understanding of Public Problems and
Policies--1972, pp. 22-24 (275.29 F22).

Rodefeld, Richard Donald, The Changing Organizational and
Occupational Structure of Farming and the Implications
for Farm Work Force Individuals, Families and Communities,
Ph.D., 1974, University of Wisconsin Madison, 895 pp.,
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol. 35/07-A, p.
4714.







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U.S. Senate. Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.
"Alternative Futures for U.S. Agriculture: A Progress
Report; Minimum Tillage: A Preliminary Technology
Assessment," prepared by the U.S. Department of Agricul-
ture, Office of Planning and Evaluation, xii & 89 pp.,
1975, Bibl., Tables, Charts (94th Congress, 1st Session)
Committee print.

Vyas, V.S. "Structural Change in Agriculture and the Small
Farm Sector," Economic and Political Weekly 11(1/2):24-25,
27-32, ref., Jan. 10, 1976 (H1B .E2).


B. Factors Influencing Farm Size and Organization
Barkley, P.W. "A Contemporary Political Economy of Family
Farming," Amer J Agr Econ 58(5):812-819, Dec. 1976
(280.8 J822).

Boxley, Robert F. "Farm Size and the Distribution of Farm
Numbers," Agricultural Economics Research 23(4):87-94,
Oct. 1971. '

Breimyer, Harold F., et al. "How Federal Income Tax Rules
Affect Ownership and Control of Farming," J Am Soc Farm
Manage Rural Apprais 39(2):61-67, Oct. 1975 (281.8 AM32).

Bryant, A. "Demand for Vegetables Benefits Small Farmers,"
Extension Service Review 43(2):6-7, Feb. 1972 (EX892EX).

Donaldson, G.F., and Mclnerney, J.P. "Changing Machinery
Technology and Agricultural Adjustment," Amer J Agr Econ
55(5):829-839, Dec. 1973 (280.8 J822).

Dovring, F. "Distribution of Farm Size and Income:
Analysis by Exponential Functions," Land Economics 49(2),
(I):133-47, May 1973 (282.8 J82).

Fischer, Lloyd K., and Nelson, Douglas Impact Upon Agri-
culture of a State-Wide Property Tax, Nebraska University,
College of Agriculture, Home Econcmics Department, Agri-
cultural Economics Staff Paper 1972-7, 11 pp., Apr. 1972.

Givan, Williamn D., and Kline, Ralph G. The Effects of
Various Wage Rates on Farm Organization and Structure in
Southwest Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute,
Research Division Bulletin 63, 60 pp., July 1971
(OL461.V5).






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Gordon, John R., Nelson, Glenn L., and Uhl, Joseph N.
"The Distributional Impacts of Inflation on Farmers
Versus Nonfarmers, 1960-1974," J Am Soc Farm .' nage
Rural Apprais 40(2):21-27, Oct. 1976 (281.8 AM,32).

Gulley, James L. Beliefs and Values in American Farming,
Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic
Research Service, ERS-558, 74 pp., Aug. 1974 (A281.9 AG88E).

Halcrow, Harold G., et al. School Tax Options Affecting
Illinois Agriculture, Urbana, University of Illinois,
Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 744, 35 pp.,
Apr. 1973 (281.9 IL62B).

Harris, Marshall Entrepreneurial Control in Farming,
Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic
Research Service, ERS No. 542, 20 pp., Feb. 1974
(A281.9 AG88E).

Helmberger, Peter G. "Markets, Farm Size, and Integration,"
in Size, Structure, and Future of Farms, A. Gordon Ball
and Earl 0. Heady, eds., pp. 108-122, 1972 (S562.U5B3).

Henderson, Dennis R. Collective Market Action: Its
Potential Impact on Farm Structure, Ohio State University,
Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology,
ESM No. 471, 26 pp., Jul. 1972.

Hottel, J. Bruce, and Reinsel, Robert D. Returns to Equity
Capital by Economic Class of Farm, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Agricultural
Economic Report 347, 67 pp., Aug. 1967 (A281.9 AG8A).

Krause, Kenneth R., and Kyle, Leonard R. Midwestern Corn
Farms: Economic Status and the Potential for Large and
Family-Sized Units, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Economic Research Service, Agricultural Economic Report
216, 53 pp., Nov. 1971 (A281.9 AG84A).

Lianos, Theodore P. "Impact of Minimum Wages Upon the
Level and Composition of Agricultural Employment," Amer
J Agr Econ 54(3):477-484, Aug. 1972 (280.8 J822).

Moskol, D.L. "How Will the New Tax Law Affect Family
Farms?," Hoard's Dairyman 121(23):1339, 1329, Dec. 10/25,
1976 (44.8 H65).







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Musser, Wesley N., and Marable Jr., Ulysses "The Impact
of Energy Prices on Optimum Machinery Size and the
Structure of Agriculture: A Georgia Example," So J Agr
Econ 8(l):205-211, July 1976 (HD101.S6).

Parthasarathy, P.B. "Problems of Small Farmers Under
Changing Technology," Farm Facts 60(l):19-22, Nov. 1971
(HD9016.I4F3).

Rasmussen, Wayne D., and Baker, Gladys L. "The Farmer
Speaks for a Way of Life," U.S. Department of Agriculture
Yearbook, pp. 25-31, 1970 (L AG84Y).

Raup, Philip M. "Societal Goals in Farm Size," in Size,
Structure, and Future of Farms, A. Gordon Ball and Earl
0. Heady, eds., pp. 3-18, 1972 (S562.USB3).

Rhodes, V. James "Role of Marketing and Procurement Systems
Sin the Control of Agriculture," So J Agr Econ 5(2):31-36,
Dec. 1973 (HDl01.S6).

Scott Jr., John T., and Chen, C.T. "Expected Changes in
Farm Organization When Industry Moves Into a Rural Area,"
Illinois Agricultural Economics 13(1):41-47, Jan. 1973
(281.9 IL61).

Thor, Eric "Organization and Control of the Food Market
System," Farm Foundation, Increasing Understanding of
Public Problems and Policies, pp. 27-34, 1971 (275.29 F22).

Williams, Dorwin Changes in the Corn Belt Farm Sector,
1964-1969, West Lafayette, Indiana, Purdue University,
Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Agricul-
tural Economics, SB 15, 19 pp., Aug. 1973 (100 IN2P).


C. Research in Progress
Boehlje, M., and Harris, D. "Capital Market for Farm
Firms: Adequacy, Institutional Changes and Firm Finan-
cial Management," Iowa State University, Economics, Ames,
Iowa, 50011.

Davis, L. "The Impact of Institutional and Socio-Economic
Forces on the Marketing of Small Farm Produce," Southern
University, Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70813.







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Small Farm Production
A. Viability of Small and Family Farms
Armstrong, D.L. Can Family FarmsCompete? An Economic
Analysis. Nebraska University, College of Agriculture,
Home Economics Department, Agricultural Economics Report
53:39-50, 1969 (281.9 N27).

Beliraya, K.V. "Small Farmers and Their Future," Explosion
Hunger 3(3):433-434, July/Sept 1971 (S19.E8).

Chipeta, Chinyamata, Family Farm Organization and Commer-
cialization of Agriculture, Ph.D., 1976, Washington
University, 188 pp., Dissertation Abstracts International,
Vol. 37/12-A, p. 7872.

McCoy, E.W. "Small Scale Farms in Alabama, Can They
Survive?," Alabama, Agricultural Experiment Station,
Highlights of Agricultural Research 23(4):7, Winter
.1976 (100 ALIH).

McDonald, A. "The Family Farm is the Most Efficient Unit
of Production," in The People's Land: A Reader on Land
Reform in the United States, P. Barnes, ed., pp. 86-88,
1975 (HD191.B37).

National Farm Institute, Corporate Farming and the Family
Farm, 1st ed., Des Moines, Greater Des Moines Chamber
of Commerce, Iowa State University.of Science and
Technology, Ames, Center for Agricultural and Economic
Development, Ames, Iowa State University, 118 pp., 1970
(HD1483.N34).

Nikolitch, Radoje Family-Size Farms in U.S. Agriculture,
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service,
ERS 499, 35 pp., Feb. 1972 (A281.9 AG83E).

Nikolitch, Radoje "The Individual Family Farm," in Size,
Structure, and Future of Farms, A. Gordon Ball, ed.,
pp. 248-269, map. ref., 1972 (S562.U5B3).

Raikes, R. Can Family Farms Compete? A Farmer's Viewpoint,
Nebraska University, College of Agriculture, Home
Economics Department, Agricultural Economics Report 53:
35-38, 1969 (281.9 N27).

Ramon, R. "Efficiency of the Family Farm," Israel
Agriculture, pp. 9-10, Summer 1971 (S19.I78).






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Sperbeck, J.M. "Family Farms: Do They Hlave a Future?,"
Agricultural Experiment Station, Minnesota Farm and Hlc.
Science 28(3):6-8, 1972 (100 M668).

Umali, D. "Emerging Realities of Small Farms and Small
Farmers," Foodcrop Quarterly, April/Sept 1972 (HD9016.14F6).

U.S. Department of Agriculture, "Efficiency Winner,"
Statistical Reporting Service, Agricultural Situation
(Washington) 58(2):2-4, Mar. 1974 (EC7AG).

United States. Senate. Select Committee on Interior and
Insular Affairs. "Will The Family Farm Survive in
America?" Federal Reclamation Policy (Westlands Water
District). Part 1 pp. iii 182, 1975; p. xiv & 183-
925, 1976; 18B pp. xiv & 827-1630; IC pp. xviii & 1631-
2184.

Vollmar, G.J. Factory Farms Versus Family Farms: Some
Concerns. Nebraska University, College of Agriculture,
Home Economics Department, Agricultural Economics Report
53:28-34, 1969 (281.9 N27).

Walker, G., and Halbrook, W.A. Minimum Capital Requirements
for Two Levels of Farm Income on Small Farms in Southeast
Arkansas, Arkansas, Agricultural Experiment Station,
Division of Agriculture, University of Arkansas, Bulletin
816, 39 pp., Dec. 1976 (100 AR42).

Wilkins, G.L. "Farm Corporations and the Family Farm,"
Agricultural Finance 11(2):6, 8, Mar/Apr 1969 (284.8 B22).

Yeary, Edward A. Can You Earn Your Living on a Small Farm?,
Rev. Feb. 1976, Berkeley, Division of Agricultural
Sciences, University of California, Leaflet 2213, 4 pp.,
illus., 1976 (S544.3 C2C3).

Yeary, Edward A. Is a Family Farm the Answer?, University
of California, Berkeley, College of Agriculture, Agricul-
tural Extension Service, Leaflet 213, 8 pp folder, illus.,
1973 (275.29 C12).


B. Economies of Size
1) General
Bailey, Warren R. The One-Man Farm, Washington, D.C., U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service,
ERS-519, 12 pp., Aug. 1973 (A281.9 AG83E).





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Boussard, J.M. "The Concept of Economies of Scale in a
Multiproduct Industry and Its Implications for the
Future of Agriculture," European Review of Agricultural
Economics 3(1):53-70, ref., 1976 (1iFT401.E92).

Gow, N.G. "Economies of Scale and the Size of Arable Farm
Units," New Zealand Agricultural Science 4(6):20-25,
May 1970 (S17.N4).

Hoch, I. "Returns to Scale in Farming: Further Evidence,"
Amer J Agr Econ 58(4):745-49, Nov. 1976 (280.6 J822).

Johnston, Warren E. "Economies of Size and the Spatial
Distribution of Land in Farming Units," Amer J Agr Econ
54(4):654-656, Nov. 1972 (280.8 J822).

Madden, J. Patrick and Partenheimer, Earl M. "Evidence of
Economies and Diseconomies of Farm Size," in Size,
Structure, and Future of Farms, A. Gordon Ball and Earl
0. Heady, eds., Ames, Iowa, Iowa State University Press,
pp. 91-107, 1972 (S562.U5B3).

Sundquist, W. Burt "Economies of Scale and Some Impacts
of Agricultural Policy on Farm Size," Paper presented
for Human Resource Development in the Rural South,
Austin, Texas; Center for the Study of Human Resources,
University of Texas, mimeograph, 1971. Final report to
the Office of Economic Opportunity, Grant CG 6994.

Sundquist, W. Burt "Scale Economies and Management
Requirements," in Size, Structure, and Future of Farms,
A. Gordon Ball and Earl 0. Heady, eds., pp. 78-90, 1972
(S562.USB3).

White, T. Kelley, Jr., and Irwin, George D. "Farm Size
and Specialization," in Size, Structure, and Future of
Farms, A. Gordon Ball and Earl 0. Heady, eds., pp. 190-
213, 1972 (S562.U5B3).

2) Swine
Bullock, J.B., and Beals, A.M. Economies of Size and
Diseconomies of Specialization in North Carolina Pork
Production, North Carolina, Agricultural Experiment
Station, North Carolina State University, Department of
Economics, Economic Information Report 44, 31 pp. ref.,
Nov. 1975 (HD1775.N8E35).








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Finley, R.M., and Rctzlaff, T.E.J. "Economies of Size in
Midwest Hog Operations," J Am Soc Farm Manage Rural
Apprais 38(2):9-12, Oct. 1974 (281.8 AM32).

Heady, Earl 0. Economies of Size in Swine Production Under
Different Production Methods and Phases, CA\D Report 6L,
Center for Agricultural and Rural Devclopmen:, Iowa State
University (281.9 1093).

Otts, T.A. "Economies of Size in Swine Finishing Operations,"
Alabama, Agricultural Experiment Station, Highlights of
Agricultural Research 20(3):10, Fall 1973 (100 ALIH).

Schupp, Alvin R. Size and Vertical Integration in
Louisiana Swine Production: A Budgetary Analysis,
Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, DAE Research
Report No. 450, 64 pp., May 1973 (100 L935).

Van Arsdall, R.N., and Elder, W.A. Economies of Size of
Illinois Cash-Grain and Hog Farms, Illinois Agricultural
Experiment Station Bulletin 733, 68 pp. map., Feb. 1969
(100 IL6S).'

3) Dairy
Cunningham, L.C. "What is Your Goal in Size of Dairy
Herd?," Hoard's Dairyman 114(8):509, 535, Apr. 25, 1969
(44.8 H65).

Jackson, R.G. "Economics of Size in Dairy Farming," Massey
University Dairyfarming Annual 1971, pp. 25-36, Feb.
1972 (44.9 M382).

Parker, J.S., and Turnbull, H.G. "The Economies of Size in
Dairy Farming," New Zealand Agricultural Science 4(6):
6-11, May 1970 (S17.N4).

Reynolds, R.K., and Moore, J.M. "Influence of Size on 96
Grade A Dairy Business," Virginia Agricultural Economics
226:unpaged, Sept. 1971 (275.29 V813).

Wragg, S.R. "Economies of Scale in Dairy Herds,"
Agricultural Progress 44:132-137, 1969 (10 AG86).

4) Beef Cattle
Dietrich, R.A. Costs and Economies of Size in Texas-
Oklahoma Cattle Feedlot Operations, Texas Agricultural
Experiment Station Bulletin B-1083, 36 pp. map., May
1969 (100 T31S).






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Dietrich, R.A. Interregional Competition in the Cattle
Feeding Econumy with Special Emphasis on Economics of
Size, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 1115,
55 pp., Sept. 1971 (100 T31S).

Helmers, G.A. "Another Look at Economies of Size in
Cattle Feeding," Can J Agr Econ 22(l):81-83, Feb. 1974
(281.8 C16).

Irrer, T.M., and Uoncs, B.F. Economics of Size in Indiana
Beef Cattle Feedlots, Indiana Agricultural Experiment
Station Research Bulletin 881, 28 pp. ref., Nov. 1971
(100 IN2P).

Johnson, Ralph D. "Another Look at Economics of Size in
Cattle Feeding," Can J Agr Econ 20(3):23-32, Nov. 1973
(281.9 C16).

Meisner, J.C., and Rhodes, V.J. "Cattle Feeding Economies
of Size Revisited," Can J Agr Econ 23(2):61-65 ref.,
July 1975 (281.8 C16).

Workman, John P., and Hooper, Jack F. "Cost-Size Relation-
ships of Utah Cattle Ranches," Journal of Range Management
24(6):462-465, Nov. 1971 (60.18 J82).

5) Other Enterprises and Regions
Anderson, C., and Moore, D.S. Economies of Size on Farms
in the Blackland Area of Texas, Texas Agricultural
Experiment Station Bulletin 1125, 14 pp., Oct. 1972
(100 T31S).

Chan, Yie-Land, Heady, Earl 0., and Sonka, Steven T. Farm
Size and Cost Functions in Relation to Machinery in North
Central Iowa, CARD Report 66, Center for Agricultural
and Rural Development, Iowa State University, June 1976
(281.9 1093).

Johnston, W.E. "Economies of Size and Imputed Values of
Farmland in the Imperial Valley of California," Giannini
Foundation Agricultural Economics Research Report 314,
58 pp. ref., July 1971 (281.9 G34M).

Leistritz, F. Larry, and Schneeberger, Walter Economics
of Farm Size in Southwestern North Dakota, North Dakota
Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural Economics
Report 82, 37 pp., Feb. 1972 (281.8 N814A).






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Longworth, J.W., and McLeland, W.J. "Economies of Size in
Wheat Production," Review of Marketing and Agricultural
Economics 40(2):63-66, ref., June 1972 (286.8 N47M).


C. Resources and Other Characteristics of Small Farms
Alderfer, Evan B. "Changing Times on Pennsylvania Farms,"
Philadelphia, Research Department, Federal Reserve Bank
of Philadelphia Business Review: 18-26 reprint, May
1973 (284.8 F31P).

Banks, Vera J., and Beale, Calvin L. Farm Population by
Race, Tenure, and Economic Scale of Farming, 1966 and 1970,
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service,
Agricultural Economics Report 228, 14 pp., June 1972
(A281.9 AG84A).

Bottrall, A.F. "Financing Small Farmers: A Range of
Strategies," in Policy and Practice in Rural Development:
Proceedings of the International Seminar on Change in
Agriculture'2d, pp. 355-370 ref., 1974 (pub. 1976)
(S401.I5 1974).

Brown, T.G. "Financing Capital Requirements of Young
Farmers," J Am Soc Farm Manage Rural Apprais 39(l):47-48,
Apr. 1975 (281.8 AM32).

Campbell, Joe R. Returns, Costs, and Profits for Family-
type Sugar Cane Farms in Louisiana, 1972 Crop Year,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station,
Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness,
DAE Research Report No. 476, 37 pp., July 1974 (100 L935).

Campbell, Joe R., and Morris, Daniel L. Family-type Sugar
Cane Farms in Louisiana, 1969 Crop Year, Louisiana,
Agricultural Experiment Station, DAE Research Report
424, 31 pp., May 1971 (100 L935).

Campbell, Joe R., and Morris, Daniel L. Returns, Costs,
and Profits for Family-type Sugar Cane Farms in Louisiana,
1971 Crop Year, Louisiana, Agricultural Experiment
Station, DAE Research Report No. 452, 35 pp., June 1973
(100 L935).

Hotel, J.B., Reinsel, R.D., and Crowley, W.D. "Debt Status
of U.S. Farm Operators and Landlords by Economic Class,
1960, 1966, 1970," Agricultural Finance Review 36:67-72,
Apr. 1'976, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic
Research Service, Farm Production Economics Division
(1.9 EC78AF).





Jhunjhunwala, Bharat, and Tyncr, Fred HI. Budgets for Major
Crop and Livestock Enterprises for Small Farms in North
and 1''est Florida, Gainesville, University of Florida,
Institute for Food and Agricultural Scicince, Decpartmcnt
of Food..and- Re seitmou economics, Economic Report 41, 54
pp., Jan. 1973 (281.9 F663).

Johnson, Roger G., Goodman, Bernard L., and Dalsted, Norman
Farm Business Analysis by Size of Farm in Northern East
Central North Dakota, North Dakota, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station, Agricultural Economics Report 84, 12 pp.,
Apr. 1972 (281.9 N814A).

Johnson, R. Bruce, and Hargroder, John D. Use of Credit
and Other Resources by Low-income Farmers in the Macon
Ridge Area of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Agricul-
tural Experiment Station, Department of Agricultural
Economics and Agribusiness, DAE Research Report No. 472,
55 pp., June 1974 (100 L935).

Johnson, R.B., and Hargroder, J.D. "Financial Structure
of Small Farms in the Macon Ridge Area of Louisiana,"
Louisiana Rural Economist 35(3):5-8, Aug. 1973 (281.8 L93).

Kelsey, M.P. Telfarm--Business Analysis Summary for Saginaw
Valley Cash Crop Farms, 1975, Department of Agricultural
Economics, Michigan State University, Agricultural
Economics Report 302, 13 pp., Sept. 1976 (281.9 M5842).

Lanpher, Buel F. "The Economic Profile of Low Income Farmers
in the North Central Region," in Proceedings of the North
Central Farm Management Extension Workshop, Michigan
State University, East Lansing, pp. 1-22, May 21-24, 1973.

McClatchy, D., and Campbell, C. "An Approach to Identifying
and Locating the Low-income Farmer," Canadian Farm
Economics 10(2):1-11, Apr. 1975 (HD1401.C2).

Metzger, H.B. Small Farms in the Lower Penobscot River
Area: Their Resources and Incomes, University of Maine,
Orono, Life Sciences and Agricultural Experiment Station
Bulletin 713, 32 pp., 1975 (100 M285).

Metzger, H.B. Small, Low Income Farms in Maine, Maine,
Life Sciences and Agricultural Experiment Station, Maine
Agricultural Experiment Station Miscellaneous Report
146, 36 pp., Feb. 1973 (100 M28M).






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Mills, Neil Byron, Production Functions of Small Commercial
Farms in the East North Central States, Ph.D., 1970, Ohio
State University, 222 pp., Dissertation Abstracts Inter-
national, Vol. 31/04-A, p. 1474.

Rao, P.G.P.R. "Role of Commercial Banks in Financing Small
Farmers," Farm Facts 4(5):3-7, Mar. 1970 (HID9016.14F3).

Salvi, Pratap Vithal, Characteristics of Low Income Farmers
in South Central New York State with Special Reference to
Incentives and Disincentives for Adoption of Apricultural
Innovations, Ph.D., 1971, Cornell University, 245 pp.,
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol. 32/10-A, p.
5525.

Schneeberger, K.C., and West, J.G. "Missouri's Full and
Part-time Small Farmers," Economic and Marketing Infor-
mation for Missouri Agriculture, 16(6):1-4, Columbia,
Missouri, June 1973 (275.29 M69EM).

Smith, E.J. Economic Profile of Limited Resource Farmers,
Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
1972.

ullivan, G.D., and Stech, C.G. "The Low-income Farmer
/ and His Uses of Credit," Louisiana Agriculture 13(1):
10-11, Fall 1969 (100 L939).

Thompson, Ronald Lurie, Description and Analysis of
Limited Resource Farmers in Michigan, Ph.D., 1975,
Michigan State University, 263 pp., Dissertation
Abstracts International, Vol. 36/03-A, p. 1686.

Thompson, R.L., and Hepp, R.E. Description and Analysis
of Michigan Small Farms, Michigan State University,
Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report 296,
20 pp. map., Mar. 1976 (284.9 M58).

PInnermeier, R.L. "Credit for Small Farmers," in Small
Farm Agricultural Development Problems, H.H. Biggs, and
R.L. Tinnermeier, eds., pp. 97-116 ref., 1974 (HD1476.A3S6).


D. Managing the Small Farm Enterprises, Techniques, and Equipment
Anderson, Walter C. "Timber Stand Improvement--An Entree
to Forestry for Small-tract Owners," Journal of Forestry
73(4):222-223, Apr. 1975 (99.8 F768).






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Bens, R.J. "Family Farm Operating Arrangements: Machinery-
Labor Exchange," Saskatchewan Farm Science 18(6):1-2,
Dec. 1971 (275.28 SA7).

Black, E.J. "Family Farm Management," Dairy Herd Manage-
ment 7(5):12-13, May 1970 (SF191.D3).

Brucker, Maurice Henry, A Computer-based Retirement Plan-
ning System for Farmers with Low Income, Ph.D., 1973,
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 237 pp.,
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol. 34/09-A,
p. 5430.

Brucker, M.H., Baker, C.B., and Erickson, D.E. Planning
Retirement From Farming: A Computer-assisted Method for
Low-income Farmers, Illinois University, College of
Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service, Special
Publication 34, 64 pp. ref., May 1975 (276 IL623).

Canada. Department of Agriculture. Livestock on Small
Farms, Publication 1381, revised, 23 pp., 1975 (C16PU).

Comerford, P.J. "A Suitable Silage Making System for
Smaller Farms," Farm and Food Research 6(6):135-136,
Nov/Dec 1975 (TX341.F3).

Dobie, P. "The Susceptibility of Different Types of Maize
to Post-harvest Infestation by Sitophilus Zeamais and
Sitotroga Cerealella, and the Importance of this Factor
at the Small-scale Farm Level," in Proceedings of the
International Working Conference on Storcd-Product
Entomology lst:98-113, 1974 (SB937.15).

Hoffman, Lynn D., Partenheimer, Earl J., and Barr, I',.L.
An Economic Appraisal of Farming Alternatives for Dairy-
man Considering Disposal of Their Milking Herds, Pennsyl-
vania Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 773, 48
pp., Jan. 1971 (100 P381).

Holmes, Mac R., and Parvin Jr., David W. Results and
Implications of Mixed Integer Programming of Small Farm
Organizations for Part-time Farmers in a Piedmont County,
Georgia, University of Georgia, College of Agriculture,
Experiment Station Research Bulletin 156, 21 pp., Apr.
1974 (S51.E2).









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Hook, P. "Easycare Sheep and Vacuum Silage Keys to
Success: [low the A.C. Cameron Award (1975) was Won
on a Family Farm," New Zealand Journal of Agriculture
132(3):8-9, Mar. 1976 (23 N48J).

Hunt, D. "Machinery Costs on Corporation Farms and Family
Farms," Illinois, Agricultural Experiment Station,
Illinois Research 16(1):14-15, Winter 1974 (100 IL64).

Kains, Maurice Grenville Five Acres and Independence: A
\^ Practical Guide to the Selection and Management of the
Small Farm, Reprint of the 1940 edition published by
Greenberg, New York, Dover Publications xv, 397 pp.
illus., 1973 (S501.K27).

Karlson, A.E. "Plea for Efficient Small Farmer," SAPA
Poultry Bulletin 34(395):21, 23, 25, Jan. 1970
(47.8 S089).

Langer, Richard W. Grow It: The Beginner's Complete In-
SHarmony-With-Nature Small Farm Guide, From Vegetable and
Grain Growing to Livestock Care, New York, Saturday
Review Press xiv, 365 pp. illus., 25 cm, 1972 (S501.L27).

V/,, Mathur, B.P. "Multiple Cropping a Boon to Small Farmers,"
Intensive Agriculture 9(8):2-6, Oct. 1971 (22 INS).

Park, R.D. "Picking a System that Works on the Small Far;.
Dairy Cattle," Dairy Farmer (Ipswich) 19(10):84-86, Oct.
1972 (44.8 D1414).

Purkhiser, E.D. Swine Production on Small Farms, Michigan
State University, Cooperative Extension Service, Extension
Bulletin E-885, 6 pp., Sept. 1975 (275.29 M58B).

Somani, L.L. "Mixed Farming a Boon to Small Farmers,"
Farm Facts, July 1973 (252.29 AG8S).

STelleen, M. "The Return of the Draft Horse for Small Farms,"
Organic Gardening and Farming 23(2):156, 158, 160, 162,
/ 164, Feb. 1976 (57.8 OR32).

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Raising Livestock on Small
Farms, Farmers Bulletin 2224, rev., 22 pp., June 1972
(Pub. 1975) (Xl AG84F).

Waterson, H.A. "Barley Storage on the Smaller Farm,"
Technology in Agriculture 2(2):73-74, Mar. 1969 (S3.T4).





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Wellman, Allen C. and Jorgensen, Jeffrey L. Livestock
Market ing--l0hat Small Feeders are Doing in Nebraska,
Nebraska University, College of Agriculture, Home
Economics Department, Agricultural Economic Report 59,
31 pp., June 1972 (281.9 N27).


SE. Tenure and Leasing
Barlowe, Raleigh, and Libby, Lawrence, "Policy Choices
Affecting Access to Farmland," in Who Will Control U.S.
Agriculture? Policies Affecting the Organizational
Structure of U.S. Agriculture, Harold D. Guither, ed.,
Illinois University, College of Agriculture, Special
Publication 27:23-28, Aug. 1972 (276 IL623).

Brown, Jacob A. "Cash-Rental Arrangements--Pros and Cons,"
L" in Farm Business Forum Publication, Saskatoon, University
of Saskatchewan, Extension Division, Agricultural Economics,
pp. 86-88, April 3, 1971.

Coster, M., McBeath, N., and Pollard, V. "Dairy Farm
Leases," Dairyfarming Digest 22(2):18-23, Autumn 1975
(44.8 D1443).

Cronin, M. "Who's for Shares?," Dairyfarming Digest 20(1):
22-24, Summer 1973 (44.8 D1443).

Davenport, Charles "Farm Accounting Rules and Share Crop
Rents," in Farm Corporations and Their Income Tax Treat-
ment, W. Fred Woods, Compiler, U.S. Department of Agri-
culture, Economic Research Service, Washington, D.C.,
pp. 1-33, Apr. 1974 (HF4653.C7US).

1Harwell, R. Lynn, and Strickland, P. Leo "Is the Crop-
share Lease Inefficient?," Oklahoma Current Farm Economics
43(4):9-17, Dec. 1970 (100 OK4).

Hill, E.B. Field Rentals, Michigan State University,
Department of Agricultural Economics Staff Paper Series
72-5, 7 pp. rev., Jan. 1972.

Ho, S.P.S. "Uncertainty and the Choice of Tenure Arrange-
ments: Some Hypotheses," Amer J Agr Econ 58(1):88-92,
Feb. 1976 (280.8 J822).

Hsiao, J.C. "The Theory of Share Tenancy Revisited,"
V Journal of Political Economy 83(5):1023-1032, Oct. 1975
(280.8 J82).





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Johnson, Bruce B. Farmland Tenure Patterns in the United
States, Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Economic Research Service, Agricultural Economic Report
No. 249, 46 pp., Feb. 1974 (A281.9 AG84A).

Johnson, Bruce B., and Lins, David A. "Farmland Leasing
and Uncertainty," Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Agricultural
j Finance Review 35:65-68, Oct. 1974 (1.9 EC78AF).

Johnson, Roger G., and Anderson, Jonathan D. "Partial Farm
Rental with Crop-share Leases...Possible Landlord-Tenant
Conflicts," North Dakota Farm Research 29(6):33-34,
Jul-Aug 1972 (100 N813B).

Kanel, Don Creating Opportunities for Small Farmers: The
Role of Land Tenure and Service Institutions, Madison,
University of Wisconsin, Land Tenure Center, LTC Reprint
No. 92, 19 pp., Nov. 1972 (HD107.L33).

Langemeier, Larry N. "Effect of Tenure Relationships on
Resource Efficiency," Can J Agr Econ 18(2):74-86, July
1970 (281.8C16).

Meekhof, R.L., Connor, L.J., and Nott, S.B. Field Rental
Rates in Michigan, Cooperative Extension Service, Michigan
*State University, Extension Bulletin 683, rev., 6 pp.
map., May 1974 (275.29 M58B).

Reed, A.D., and Snyder, J.ll. What You Should Know About
Farm Leases, California Agricultural Experiment Station
Circular 491 (rev.), 8 pp., Mar. 1973 (100 C12S).

Reinsel, R.D., and Johnson, B. Farm Tenure and Cash Rents
in the United States, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Agricultural Economic Report 190, 31 pp., Aug. 1970
(A281.9 AG8A).

Reiss, Franklin J. Landlord and Tenant Shares, 1975,
Urbana, University of Illinois, Department of Agricul-
tural Economics, AERR 145, 29 pp., Aug. 1976 (281.9 IL62).

Timmons, John F. "Tenure and Size," in Size, Structure,
and Future of Farms, A. Gordon Ball and Earl 0. Heady,
eds., pp. 232-247, 1972 (S562.U5B3).








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Withers, Russell V. Agricultural Leases anrd Farm Tenure
in Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, Agricultural Experiment Station,
Idaho Agricultural Research, Progress Report No. 181, 16
pp., July 1974 (S553.E2).


F. Research in Progress
Bates, G.T. "The Influence of Certain Dietary Factors on
Feeder Pig Production," Alcorn A&M College, Agriculture,
Lorman, Mississippi, 39096.

Bledsoe, B.L. "Machines for Low-cost Hay Making on Small
Farms," University of Tennessee, Agricultural Engineering,
\Knoxville Tennessee, 37916..

Briles, C.O. "Selection of Egg Type, Meat Type and Dual-
Purpose Birds for Small Alabama Farms, Phase II,"
Tuskegee Institute, Applied Sciences, Tuskegee, Alabama,
36088.

Brown, Jacob A. "Rental Arrangements and Supplementary
Government Payments," Saskatoon, University of Saskatchewan
Extension Division, Agricultural Economics, Farm
Business Forum Publication 1971, pp. 89-91, Apr. 3, 1971
(72.9905468).

Calero, R. "Population and Farm Types in the Coffee
Region," University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Agricul-
tural Economics and Rural Sociology, Rio Piedras, Puerto
', Rico, 00928.

Chappell, A., and Robinson Jr., G.E. "Comparative Perfor-
mance of Steers Wintered on Sialge vs. Winter Pasture,"
Southern University, Animal Science, Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, 70813.

Comer, S.I. "The Competitive Position of Small and Part-
time Farmers in Selected Areas of Tennessee," Tennessee
Agricultural and. Industrial State University,0 RuI-
\Development Center, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203.

Davis, L., and Jindia, J.B. "An Analysis of the Economic
Factors Affecting the Success of Small Farm Operators,"
Southern University, Agricultural Economics, Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, 70813.








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Donald, S.L. "Economic Analysis of Low income-Limited
Resource Farms," Louisiana State University, Structure
and Adjustment in Food and Fiber Sector, NEAD-ERS, Baton
Rouge, Louisiana, 70803.

Edmondson, V.W. "Analysis of Resources on Small Low-income
Farms," Prairie View A&M College, Prairie View, Texas,
77445.

Erven, B. "Farm Management Problems of Part-time Farmers,"
Ohio Agricultural R&D Center, Agricultural Economics and
Rural Sociology, Columbus, Ohio, 43216.

Frisby, J.C. "Power and Machinery Needs of Part-time
Farmers," University of Missouri, Agricultural Engineering,
Columbia, Missouri, 65201.

Haith, D.A. "A New Evaluation of the Small Dairy Farm,"
Cornell University, Agricultural Engineering, Ithaca,
N w York, 14850.

I/alsey, L.H. "Systems Analysis of Vegetable Production
Technology on Small Farms in North (and West) Florida,"
University of Florida, Vegetable Crops, Gainesville,
Florida, 32601.

Heady, Earl 0. "Optimal Sizes, Organization and Structure
of Commercial Farms," Iowa State University, Agricultural
Economics, Ames, Iowa, 50011.

Holiday, O.R., and Houston, D.J. "Study of Human and
Natural Resources of Disadvantaged People in Southeast
Arkansas," University of Arkansas, Agriculture, Pine
Bluff, Arkansas, 71601.

Hughes, H., and Luening, R.L. "Costs of Production and
Economies of Size in Wisconsin Dairy Farming," University
of Wisconsin, Agricultural Economics, Madison, Wisconsin,
53706.

Irwin, R.D. "Use and Economics of Alternative Insect-Pest
Control Measures in Home Gardens and Small Farms,"
Virginia State College, Petersburg, Virginia, 23803.

Joyner, H.W. "Species Suitability and Cultural Practices
for Christmas Tree Production in North Alabama," Alabama
A&M College, Normal, Alabama, 35762.







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Justus, F.E. Jr. "An Analysis of the Problems Involved in
Financing Kentucky Farms," University of Kentucky,
Agricultural Economics, Lexington, Kentucky, 40506.

Klebenow, D., and Wheller, G. "Methods for Making Wildlife
a Productive and Marketable Crop for Nevada Farms,"
University of Nevada, Renewable Natural Resources Divi-
sion, Reno, Nebada, 89507.

Mahotiere, S. "An Evaluation of Asparagus as a High Income
Per Acre Cash Crop for Limited Resource Farmers," Fort
Valley State College, Agriculture, Fort Valley, Georgia,
31030.

Mellad, K.S. "Norgestomet Controlled Estrus Versus Non-
Synchronized Estrus in Small Dairy Operations," Southern
University, Animal Science, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70813.

Middlebrooks, E.J. "Feedlot and Dairy Parlor Wastewater
Treatment to Meet New Standards," Utah State University,
Agricultural and Irrigational Engineering, Logan, Utah,
84321.

Newton, S.H., and Merkowsky, A. "A Polyculture System of
Fish Production for Disadvantaged Farmers in Arkansas,"
University of Arkansas, Agriculture, Pine Bluff, Arkansas,
71601.

Nott, S.B. "Analysis and Application of Farm Accounting
and Business Management Data," Michigan State University,
Agricultural.Economics, East Lansing, Michigan, 48823.

Parks, A.L. "An Analysis of Alternatives for Financing
Low-equity Farms," Southern University, Agricultural
Economics, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70813.

Schmidt, J.R., and Shook, G.E. "Computerized Decision
Aids to Improve Income Potential in Rural Areas,"
University of Wisconsin, Agricultural Economics,
Madison, Wisconsin, 53706.

Singh, S.P. "Farm Resource Productivity on Small and Part-
time Farms-in Selected Areas of Tennessee," Tennessee
Agricultural and Industrial State University, Rural
Development Center, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203.








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Trevena, E.J. "A Sociocconomic Study of Low-income and
Part-time Farmers in Selected Areas of Tennessee,"
University of Tennessee, Agricultural Economics and Rural
Sociology, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37916.

Tuthill, D.F., and Douglas, R. "Optimum Farm Organization
for Limited Resource Farmers," University of Maryland,
Agricultural and Resource Economics, College Park,
Maryland, 20742.

Vincent, W. "The Role of Small Farmers in the Agricultural
Production System in Michigan," Michigan State University,
Agricultural Economics, East Lansing, Michigan, 48823.

Walker, M.E., Jr. "Resource Requirements for Selected
Levels of Minimum Risk Income for Vegetable Farms," Fort
Valley State-College, Division of Agriculture, Fort
Valley, Georgia, 31030.

Weatherspoon, L., and Neufvillo, M. "Alternative Technical
and Economic Systems of Swine Production and Marketing
on Small Farms," Prairie View A&M College, Prairie View,,
Texas, 77445.

Withers, R.V. "Land Tenure and Leasing Arrangements on
Idaho Farms," University of Idaho, Agricultural Economics,
Moscow, Idaho, 83843.

Woods, J.J. "Economic Feasibility of Pre-broiler Production
by Low-income Farm Families," Prairie View A&M College,
Prairie View, Texas, 77445.


III. Small Farm Operators and Families
A. Behavioral Characteristics of Operators
Ali, Abdien Mohammed, The Relationship of Education and
> Other Variables to Net Farm Income, Non-land Farm Invest-
ment and Desire to Continue Farming of Small Farmers in
Wisconsin and North Carolina, Ph.D., 1976, University of
Wisconsin Madison, 199 pp., Dissertation Abstracts
International, Vol. 38/01-A, p. 75.

Araji, A.A., and Finley, R.M. "Managerial Socioeconomic
Characteristics and Size of Operation in Beef Cattle
Feeding--An Application of Discriminant Analysis," Amer
J Agr Econ 53(4):647-650, Nov. 1971 (280.8 J822).







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Ijergo, Allen Clifford, A Study of Decision-making in
Twenty-one New -York Farm Families, Ph.D., 1970, Cornell
University, 186 pp., Dissertation Abstracts International,
Vol. 31/12-A, p. 6240.

Blake, Gordon Jerome, Reasons for Fntry Into and Exit From
Small Business, Farming and Ranching in Buffalo County,
Nebraska, Since 1946, Ph.D., 1970, The University of
Nebraska Lincoln, 230 pp., Dissertation Abstracts
International, Vol. 31/08-A, p. 3758.

Buller, Orlan H. "Analysis of Growth of Agricultural Firms,"
Can J Agr Econ 19(2):25-35, Oct. 1971 (281.9 C16).

Bursch, William G. Sow Leasing and Contract Hog Feeding:
An Analysis of Producer Characteristics and Incentives,
West Lafayette, Purdue University, Agricultural Experiment
Station, Department of Agricultural Economics, SB 17,
.26 pp., Aug. 1973 (100 IN2P).

Collier, G.A. "Are Marginal Farmlands Marginal to Their
Farmers?," in Formal Methods in Economic Anthropology,
S. Plattner, ed., pp. 148-58, May 1975 (GN448.2 F67).

Elbert, S., and Colman, G.P. How Farm Families Make
Decisions: The Roots--Family No. 2, New York (State),
Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca, New York
State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Department
of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Economics
Research 75-34, 13 pp., Dec. 1975 (281.9 C81A).

Elbert, S., Colman, G.P., and Finch, J.H. How Farm Families
Make Decisions: The Neirikers--Family No. 3, New York
(State), Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca,
New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences,
Department of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Economics
Research 76-11, 11 pp., June 1976 (281.9 C81A).

Harman, Wyatte L., et al. An Evaluation of Factors Affecting
The Hierarchy of Multiple Goals, Oklahoma Agricultural
Experiment Station Technical Bulletin T-134, 54 pp.,
June 1972 (100 OK4).

Hobbs, Daryl J., Beal, George M., and Bohlen, Joe M. The
Relation of Farm Operator Values and Attitudes to Their
Economic Performance, Iowa Agricultural and Home Economics
Experiment Station Project 1492, Iowa State University of
Science and Technology, Department of Economics and
Sociology, Rural Sociology Report No. 33, 177 pp., 1964
(S561.H56).



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/King, Fred McClelland, An Economic Analysis of Small Farmer
1/ Behavior, Ph.D., 1975, Columbia University, 98 pp.,
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol. 37/02-A, p.
1099.

Lance, G.C. "Economic Analysis of Commercial Layer Pro-
duction Decisions for Family Farm Operators," So J Agr
Econ 5(l):147-152, July 1973 (HD101.S6).

Louthold, Franklin Oscar Discontinuance of Improved Farm
Innovations by Wisconsin Farm Operators, Madison, 118 1,
1967, Thesis University of Wisconsin, authorized fac-
simile by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, 1969 (S561.W5L4).

Mauldon, R.G. "Financial Control Within Commercial Family
Farms," Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics
17(1):33-42, Apr. 1973 (281.8 AU74).

McManus, B.R., and Howard Jr., Ingram B. Grade A Dairy
Operators: Factors Related to Financial Growth, Knoxville,
/ University of Tennessee, Agricultural Experiment Station
Bulletin 507, 20 pp., Apr. 1973 (100 T25S).

Mitchell, Warren Gwynn, Communication Patterns and Preferred
Sources of Information of Disadvantaged Farm Families in
the Coastal Plains Region of North Carolina, Ed.D., 1974,
North Carolina State University at Raleigh, 105 pp.,
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol. 37/02-A, p. 764.

Napier, R. "Managing Time in the Survival of the Family
Farm," Agricultural Technologist 7(4):6-7, Nov. 1976
,S17.A35).

/ emberton, Carlisle Alexander, Goals and Aspirations and
j \y the Low Income Farm Problem, Ph.D., 1976, The University
of Manitoba (Canada), Dissertation Abstracts International,
Vol. 37/11-A, p. 7222.

Sachs, R.E.G. "Limits of Co-operation in Farm Families and
Inter-farm Activities: Case-studies of Group Tension and
Conflict in a Rural Area," Sociologia Ruralis 14(4):
221-231, 1974 (281.29 S012).

Snyder, Darl Everett, Selected Factors Associated with the
SValue Orientations of Disadvantaged Farm Families Located
in the Coastal Plains Area of North Carolina, Ed.D., 1976,
North Carolina State University at Raleigh, 109 pp., Dis-
sertation Abstracts International, Vol. 37/07-A, p. 4069.





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Sofranko, A.J., and P]letcher, I'.R. "Factors Influencing,
Farmers' Expectations for Involvement in Agriculture,"
Urbana, Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station, Illinois
Agricultural Economics 14(2):6-12, July 1974 (281.9 LL61).

Stoddard, E.R. !"Dairy Farmers on Strike: Farm Bargaining
Attitudes as Influenced by Off-farm Work Experience," Rural
Sociology 36(3):379-388 ref., Sept. 1971 (281.28 R88).

Verner, Coolie The Adoption or Rejection of Innovations
by Dairy Farm Operators in the Lower Fraser Valley,
Agricultural Economics Research Council of Canada,
Publication No. 11, 78 pp., 1967 (HD1785.ALA35).

Weddle, Benjamin Harrison, Jr., A Study of the Decision-
making Patterns of Disadvantaged Farm Families in the
North Carolina Coastal Plains Area, Ed.D., 1974, North
Carolina State University at Raleigh, 139 pp., Disser-
tation Abstracts International, Vol. 37/11-A, p. 6900.


B. Occupational Adjustment and Mobility
Bultena, G.L. "Career Mobility of Low-income Farm Operators,"
Rural Sociology 34(4):563-569, Dec. 1969 (281.28 R88).

Gasson, R. Occupational Immobility of Small Farmers,
Cambridge University, School of Agriculture, Farm
Economics Branch, Occasional Paper 13, 44 pp., Jan. 1969
(281.9 C140).

Gilbert, H.A. Vocational and Residential Adjustment as
Viewed by Selected Farmers, Part-time Farmers, and Ex-
farmers: An Attitudinal Study with Particular Implications
for Public Policy, South Dakota, Agricultural Experiment
Station Bulletin 609, 69 pp. map., Apr. 1973 (100 S082).

Kaldor, D.R., and Edwards, W.M. Occupational Adjustment
of Iowa Farm Operators Who Quit Farming in 1959-1961,
Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station, Iowa
State University, Science and Technology Special Report
75, 46 pp., Mar. 1975 (100 I09SP).

Sellers Jr., Walter E. Variations in Length of the Farm
Workweek, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical
Bulletin 474, 20 pp., Sept. 1971 (1 AG84ST).








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C. Incomes and Welfare
Carlin, T.A. Economic Position of Farm Families When Mone\
Income and Net Worth are Combined, U.S. DepaLrtment. of
Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Agricultural
Economics Research 25(3):61-70, rev., July 1973 (1 EC7AGR).

Carlin, Thomas A., and Reinsel, Edward I. "Combining
Income and Wealth: An Analysis of Farm Family 'Well-Being',"
Amer J Agr Econ 55(l):38-44, Feb. 1973 (280.8 J822).

Fitzwilliams, Jeannette Open-country Poverty in a Rela-
tively Affluent Area--The Fast North Central States,
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service,
Agricultural Economics Report 208, 56 pp., June 1971
(A281.9 AG84A).

Gardner, Bruce L. An Analysis of U.S. Farm Family Income
Inequality 1950-1960, Chicago, 98 1., 1968 (HD1761.G3).

Gardner, Bruce L. "Determinants of Farm Family Income
Inequality," Amer J Agr Econ 51(4):753-769, Nov. 1969
(280.8 J822).

Gardner, Bruce L. "Farm Population Decline and the Income
of Rural Families," Amer J Agr Econ 56(3):600-606, Aug.
1974 (280.8 J822).

ardner, Bruce L. Measuring the Income of Rural Families:
Results of a Survey of Sampson County, North Carolina,
North Carolina State University, Department of Economics,
Economic Research Report 20, 25 pp., Feb. 1972
(HD1775-N8N6).

Huffman, Wallace E. "The Productive Value of Human Time
in U.S. Agriculture," Amer J Agr Econ 58(4):672-683,
Nov. 1976 (280.8 J822).

Huffman, Wallace E. "The Value of the Productive Time of
Farm Wives: Iowa, North Carolina, and Oklahoma," Amer
J Agr Econ 58(5):836-841, Dec. 1976 (280.8 J822).

Kanbur, M.G., and Mukerji, V. "Productivities of Farm
Family Labour and Hired Labour," Journal of Agricultural
Economics 26(2):255-260, May 1975 (281.9 AGS).

Larson, Donald K. "Economic Class as a Measure of Farmers'
Welfare," Amer J Agr Econ 57:658-64, Nov. 1975 (280.8 J822).






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Larson, Donald K. "Economic Class of Famnn and the Fa'rm
Family Welfare Myth," Contributed paper to American
Agricultural Economics Association Meetings, College
Station, Texas, August 1974.


Larson, Donald K.,
Status of People
73-79, Dec. 1974


and Carlin, T.A. "Income and Economic
with Farm Earnings," So J Agr Econ 6(2):
(HDl01.S6).


Lianos, Theodore P., and Paris, Quirino "American Agri-
culture and the Prophecy of Increasing Misery," Amer J
Agr Econ 54(4):570-577, Nov. 1972 (280.8 J822).

Orazem, Frank "Economic Status of Income Groups by Farm
Size," in Size, Structure, and Future of Farms, A.
Gordon Ball and Earl 0. Heady, eds., pp. 59-77, 1972
(S562.U5B3).

Pierce, James M. The Condition of Farmworkers and Small
Farmers: Report to the National Board, National Share-
croppers Fund; National Board, Rural Advancement Fund,
Washington, 12 pp., 1972 (HD1525.PS).


Randall, C. Kyle, and Myers, Mardy "Are They Making a
Living Down on the Farm?," U.S. Department of Agriculture
Yearbook, pp. 19-25, 1970 (1 AG84Y).

Reinsel, Edward I. "Farmnn Family Incomes and Farmers' Incomes
Improve at Different Rates," Washington, D.C., U.S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Agricul-
tural Finance Review 35:31-35, Oct. 1974 (1.9 EC78AF).

Reinsel, Edward I. People with Farm Earnings--Sources and
Distribution of Income, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Economic Research Service, ERS 498, 35 pp., Mar. 1972
(A281.9 AG83E).

Sappington, Charles B., and Bauer, Larry L. Income and
Mobility of Tennessee Farm and Nonfarm Workers, 1960-1965,
Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 471,
19 pp., July 1970 (100 T25S).

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service,
"Income of Farm Operator Families by Value of Sales
Classes," Farm Income Situation 224:65-72, July 1974
(1.941 F8F22).








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D. Farm Household Characteristics
Bond, Larry Keith, An Analysis of Factors Influencing' Far::-
Family Residence Location, Ph.D., 1972, Utah State Uni-
vcrsity, 136 pp., Dissertation Abstracts International,
Vol. 33/07-A, p. 3114.

Boswell, J. "A Farm Family that Stayed," Soil Conservation
36(9):201, Apr. 1971 (1.6 SO3A).

Bryant, W.K. "Household Capital Labor Ratios in Poor Farm
Families," Amer J Agr Econ 58(5):848-853, Dec. 1976
(280.8 J822).

Eisen, Gary, The Economic Determinants of Fertility in
American Farm Families, Ph.D., 1974, New School for
Social Research, 132 pp., Dissertation Abstracts Inter-
national, Vol. 35/04-A, p. 1824.

Ferrar, B.M. Costs of Farm Family Living in Michigan During
1969, Michigan State University, Department of Agricul-
tural Economics, Agricultural Economics Report 178, 14
pp. map., Oct. 1970 (281.9 M5842).

Gardner, Bruce L. "Economic Aspects of the Fertility of
Rural-farm and Urban Women," So Econ J 38(4):518-524,
Apr. 1972 (280.8 SO84).

Hoerman, C.M. "Transportation and Farm-Operator Households,"
Agricultural Outlook Conference, Washington, D.C., U.S.
Department of Agriculture, pp. 394-399, 1976 (1.90 C20U8).

Meade, A.R. "Council Studies Family's Role," Extension
Service Review 41(10):12-13, Oct. 1970 (L EX892EX).

Reeder, W.W., and LeRay, N.L. Farm Families Under Stress:
Reactions to Social Change in St. Lawrence County, New
York, 1949-1962, New York (Cornell) Agricultural Experi-
ment Station Bulletin 1027, 43 pp., June 1970 (100 N48C).

Ruffin, M.D. "Energy Expenditures and Appliance Ownership
of Farm-operator Households," Washington, D.C., U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Outlook Conference
1976, pp. 400-404, Dec. 10, 1976 (1.90 C20US).

Shukla, Vishwa Shanker, Farm Family Expenditure Functions:
An Econometric Analysis, Ph.D., 1972, The University of
Wisconsin Madison, 119 pp., Dissertation Abstracts
International, Vol. 32/10-A, p. 5432.





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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting
Service, "Footing the Farm Family Bill," Agricultural
Situation (Washington) 59(8):2-4, Sept. 1975 (1 EC7AG).

Wilken, D.F., and Botterbusch, C.E. Farm and Family Living
Expenditures, 1974, Illinois University Cooperative
Extension Service, Farm Management 75-3, Illinois
University Department of Agricultural Economics, 2 pp.,
June 20, 1975 (281.8 F2226).

Wishart, D. "Youth," ACE (American Association of Agricul-
tural College Editors) 54(4):82-91, ref., Oct/Dec 1971
(238 AM33A).

Yeary, E.A., and Johnson, E.F. The Small Farm Home,
Berkeley, Division of Agricultural Science, University
of California, California Agricultural Experiment Station,
Extension Service Leaflet 210, 16 pp., Aug. 1973 (275.29
12LEA).


E. Elderly and Minorities
Bond, Julian "Black Farming in the Age of Agribusiness,"
Black Enterprise 4:16-18, Aug. 1973.

Browne, Robert, Only Six Million Acres: The Decline of
Black-Owned Land in the Rural South, Black Economic
Research Center, New York, June 1973.

Cooper, J.F., and Reeder, R.L. "The Senior Citizens,"
ACE (American Association of Agricultural College Editors)
54(4):92-100, Oct/Dec 1971 (238 AM33A).

Lewis, J.A. White and Minority Small Farm Operators in
the South, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic
Research Service, Agricultural Economics Report 353,
39 pp. map. ref., Dec. 1976 (A281.9 AG8A).

Marshall, Ray, Rural Workers and the Rural Labor Market,
Olympus Publishing Company, Salt Lake City, Utah, 183
pp., 1974.

Ponder, Henry "Prospects for Black Farmers in the Years
Ahead," Amer J Agr Econ 53(2):297-301, May 1971 (280.8 J822).

Salamon, Lester M., "Black-Owned Land: Profile of a Dis-
appearing Equity Base, Report to Office of Minority
Business Enterprise, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washing-
ton, D.C., April 1974.




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Scott, J.T. "Projections of Age Distribution of Farm
Operators in the United States Based Upon Estimates of
the Present Value of Income: Comment," Amer J Aer Ecoin
52(2):336, May 1970 (280.8 J822).

smith E.J. Spanish-surname Farm Operators in Southert n
Texas, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural
Economics Report 162, 61 pp. map., June 1969 (A281.9 AG8A).

Tinney, Robert, and Welch, Finis "Discrimination in the
Markets for Farm Capital?," Amer J Agr Econ 53(3):401-
410, Aug. 1971 (280.8 J922).


F. Research in Progress
Ahmad, I.U. "Selecting an Optimum Crop Combination Study
of Decision Processes of Small Farmers," Eastern Shore
University of Maryland, Princess Ann, Maryland, 21853.

Huffman, W.E. "The Role of Human Capital in Adjusting to
Economic Growth," Iowa State University, Economics, Ames,
Iowa, 50011.

Kassouny, M.E., Erdman, A.M., and Harris, N.D. "Nutrition,
Food Habits, and Other Factors in Health and Productivity
of Small Farm Residents," Florida State University, Food
and Nutrition, Tallahassee, Florida, 32306.

(Moles, J.A., and Reed, A.D. "The Social Marginalization
--SEin ma Farm Operators," University of California,
Agricultural Economics, Davis, California, 95616.


IV. Part-Time Farming and Off-Farm Employment
A. Managing the Part-Time Farm
Blank, U. Getting Started with Part-time or Hobby Rural
Recreation Enterprises, Minnesota University, Agricul-
tural Extension Service, Extension Folder 328, 4 pp.,
1976 (275.29 M66EX).

Brockett, J.E. Farm Management for Part-time Farmers,
Pennsylvania State University, Cooperative Extension
Service, Special Circular 203, 16 pp., May 1975
(275.29 P382SP).

Ontario. Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Information
for Beginning Part-time Farmers, Publication 61, 54 pp.,
1975 (70N8P).




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B. Regional Studies
Cuskaden, C.M. "Beef Cattle Production and Off-farm Work--
Is There a Relationship?," Tennessee, Agricultural
Experiment Station, Tennessee Farm and Home Science
Progress Report 86:6-7, Apr/June 1973 (100 T25F).

Dillman, B.L., and Meadows, T.C. Human Resource Adjustments
Through Part-time Farming in the Northeast Coastal Plain
Region of South Carolina, South Carolina Agricultural
Experiment Station Ae. 327, 54 pp. map., Oct. 1969
(281.9 C59).

Erven, B.L. "Off-farm Income and Part-time Farming in
Ohio," Ohio State University, Cooperative Extension
Service, Socio-Econ. Inf. Ohio Agric. Rural Communities
576, pp. 1-2 map., Feb/Mar 1976 (275.29 OH132TI).

Gardiner, U.H., and Wysong, J.W. Combining Farm and Nonfarm
Labor Opportunities, Maryland Agricultural Experiment
Station, University of Maryland, Department of Agricul-
tural and Resource Economics, AREIS No. 1, Aug. 1975
(100M36S).

Gardner, B.D., and Bond, L.K. "To Commute--Or Not to
Commute: A New Choice for Farm Families," Utah Science
33(2):53-54, 68 pp., June 1972 (100 UTIF).

Hanson, R.J., An Economic Analysis of Off-farm Income as a
Factor in the Improvement of the Low Farm Income.Farmers
in Illinois, Ph.D., 1972, University of Illinois at
Urbana Champaign, 167 pp., Dissertation Abstracts
International, Vol. 34/02-A, p. 486.

Hanson, R.J. "Why Farm Families Moonlight," Nebraska,
Agricultural Experiment Station, Nebraska University,
College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Quarterly
Serving Farm Ranch and Home (4):22, Winter 1975 (100 N27N).

Hanson, R.J., and Spitze, R.G.F. Dual Employment Increasingly
Important to Small Farmer Income, Department of Agricul-
tural Economics, University of Nebraska, Staff Paper 5,
12 pp., 1975 (HD1401.N4).

Hanson, R.J., and Spitze, R.G.F. An Economic Analysis of
Off-farm Income in the Improvement of Illinois Farm
Family Income, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign,
Agricultural Experiment Station, AERR 139, 43 pp., Jan.
1976 (281.9 IL62).






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Hanson, R.J., and Spitzec, R.G.F. "Farm Size Characteristics
Affecting Off-farm Earnings of Illinois Farmers," Urbana,
University of Illinois, Illinois Agricultural Experiment
Station, Department of Agricultural Economics, Illinois
Agricultural Economics 14(l):26-30, Jan. 1974 (281.9 ILG6).

Hanson, R.J., and Spitze, R.G.F. "Off-farm .Employment
Earnings by Farmers with Low Farm Incomes," Illinois,
Agricultural Experiment Station, Illinois Research 14(4):
6-7, Iall 1972 (100 IL64).

Hoglund, C.R. Off-farm Employment of Michigan's Dairy
Farmers and Their Families, Michigan State University,
Department of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural
Economics Report No. 234, 9 pp., Oct. 1972 (281.9 M5842).

Huffman, D.C., and Ragus, C.E. "Guidelines for Organizing
Part-time Farms in Louisiana," Louisiana Rural Economist
37(3):4-7, Aug. 1975 (281.8 L93).

Justus, F.E., Jr., and Brown, V.C. Part-time Farming in
Kentucky (1969 Survey Findings), Agricultural Economics
Extension Information Service, University of Kentucky,
College of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service
15, 36 pp. map., May 1974 (HD1775.K4K4).

Loomis, Ralph A. Earnings from Two Worlds--Farm and Nonfarm,
Washington Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 728,
6 pp., Sept. 1970 (100 W27E).

Sonnad, Subhash R., Stages in Careers of Wisconsin Farm
Operators in an Inter-metropolitan Area with Special
Emphasis on Part-time Farming, Ph.D., 1971, University
of Wisconsin Madison, 248 pp., Dissertation Abstracts
International, Vol. 32/09-A, p. 5364.

Spitze, R.G.F., and Hanson, R.J. "More Farm Operators are
Supplementing Their Income with Off-farm Earnings,"
Illinois, Agricultural Experiment Station, Illinois
Research 14(3):16, Summer 1972 (100 IL64).

Spitze, R.G.F., and Hanson, R.J. Part-time Farming as a
Part of Rural Development--Concepts and Findings, Illinois,
University of Illinois, Cooperative Extension Service,
Department of Agricultural Economics, AE 4336:32-40 ref.,
June 1974 (275.29 IL62P).







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Stock, G.E. "Off-farm Work by Small Scale Farmers in
Ontario," in Proceedings of the Rural Geography Symposium;
Part-time Farming, Problem or Resource in Rural Develop-
ment 1st: 68-82 map. ref., 1975 (pub. 1976) (HID5110.RS).

Walker, O.L. "Off-farm Employment of Beef Farm Operators
in Selected Areas of Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas,"
Oklahoma, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma
Current Farm Economics 47(2):11-18 map., June 1974
(100 OK4).

Walker, O.L., and Jobes, R.A. Some Statistical Character-
istics of Part-time Beef Fanning in the South, Mississippi,
Agricultural Experiment Station; Arkansas, Agricultural
Experiment Station; Louisiana, Agricultural Experiment
Station; U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Southern
Cooperative Series Bulletin 205, 88 pp. map., Dec. 1975
(100 G29SO).


C. General
Bateman, W.L., Walker, O.L., and Jobes, R.A. "On Part-time
Farming. Implications for the Organization of Agricultural
Production and Development of Rural Areas," So J Agr
Econ 6(2):137-142, Dec. 1974 (HD101.S6).

Hanson, R.J., and Spitze, Robert G.F. "Increasing Incomes
of Farm Families Through Dual Employment," Washington,
D.C., U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research
Service, Finance Review 35:59-64, Oct. 1974 (1.9 EC78AF).

Harvey, N. "The Case for the Part-time Farmer," Country
Life (London) 150(3867):242-243, July 22, 1971 (80 C83).

Larson, D.K. "Impact of Off-farm Income on Farm Family
Income Levels," U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic
Research Service, Farm Production Economics Division,
Agricultural Finance Review 36:7-11 ref., Apr. 1976
(1.9 EC78AF).

McDonald, G. "Make Room for Part-time Farmers," Agrologist
4(1):28-29, Winter 1975 (S1.A375).

Patterson, K.J. "Off-farm Employment of Farm Operators:
1971 Census," Can J Agr Econ 19(2):90-95, Oct. 1971
(281.9 C16).







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Polzin, P., and MacDonald, P. "Off-farm Work: A Marginal
Analysi's," Quhrt J Econ 85(3):540-545, Aug. 1971
(280.8 Q2).

Reinsel, Edward I. "Off-farm Income of People Involved
in Farming," So J Agr Econ 2(1):1]5-119, Dec. 1970
(HD101.S6).

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Part-time Farming, Farmers
Bulletin 2178, slightly revised, 14 pp., Aug. 1975
(1 AG84F).


D. Research in Progress
Houston, D.J., and Gordon, J.A. "Factors Involving Off-farm
Employment of Low-income Farmers in Urban and Rural Labor
Market Centers," University of Arkansas, Department of
Agriculture, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, 71601.


V. Agricultural Policy
A. National Policies Relating to Farm Structure
Barr, Wallace Legislative Attempts to Solve the "Farm
Income Problem", Columbus, Ohio State University,
Cooperative Extension Service, Bulletin 372, 16 pp. rev.,
June 1971 (275.29 0H32).

Browning, Thomas L., and Reinsel, Edward I. "Distribution
of Farm Program Payments by Income of Sole Proprietors,"
Agricultural Economics Research 25(2):41-44, Apr. 1973
(1 EC7AGR).

Brunthaver, Carroll G. "Implications of Large-size Farms
for U.S..Price, Income, and Trade Policy--Discussion,"
Amer J Agr Econ 52(5):765, Dec. 1970 (280.8 J822).

Chisholm, A.H. "A Negative Income Tax and Low Income Farm
Families," Aust J Agr Econ 16(2):102-114, Aug. 1972
(281.8 AU74).

mptroller General of the United States, Report to the
Congress, Some Problems Impeding Economic Improvement
of Small-Farm Operations: What the Department of Agri-
culture Could Do, (GAO), 31 pp., Aug. 15, 1975.









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Dorow, Norbert R. "Policies Affecting C'apital Acciumulation
and Organizational Structure," in Who W ill Control U.S.
Agriculture? Policies Affecting the Organizntional
Structure of U.S. Agriculture, Harold D. Guither, ed.,
Illinois University, College of Agriculture, Special
Publication 27:44-52, Aug. 1972 (276 IL623).

Grubbs, Donald H. Cry from the Cotton; The Southern Tenant
Farmers' Union and the New Deal, Chapel Hill, University
of North Carolina Press, 218 pp., illus., c1971 (HD1511.U5G7).

Heady, Earl 0., and Ball, A. Gordon, "Public Policy Means
and Alternatives," in Size, Structure, and Future of
Farms, A. Gordon Ball and Earl 0. Heady, eds., Iowa State
University Press, pp. 373-398, 1972 (S562.U5B3).

Hightower, Jim, and Sechler, Susan Counting Out Farmers,
Washington, D.C., Agribusiness Accountability Project,
1973.

Hines, Fred "Effects of Welfare Reform on the Rural Poor,"
Agricultural Fihance Review 32:22-34, Aug. 1971 (1.9 EC78AF).

Hopkin, John A. "Conglomerate Growth in Agriculture--Some
Policy Implications," Agricultural Finance Review 33:
15-21, Jul. 1972 (1.9 EC78AF).

Hopkin, John A. "Policy Implications of Conglomerate
Growth in Agriculture," Western Agricultural Economics
Association Proceedings 1971:190-197, Published 1972
(280.9 W527P).

Lin, Steven A.Y., and Heady, Earl 0. "Simulated Markets,
Farm Structure, and Agricultural Policies," Can J Agr
Econ 19(1):55-65, July 1971 (281.8 C16).

MacMillan, James A., Framingham, Charles F., and Tung, Fu-Lai
"A Proposed Simulation Method for Measuring Structural
Change and Rural Development Program Impacts," Can J Agr
Econ 22(1):26-41, Feb. 1974 (281.8 C16).

Marshall, Ray, and Thompson, Allen Status and Prospects
of Small Farmers in the South, Atlanta, Southern Regional
Council, Inc., 1977.

Meyer, C.W., and Saupe, W.E. "Farm Operators Under the
Negative Income Tax," Amer J Agr Econ 52(2):255-262,
May 1970 (280.8 J822).




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Scher, Howard S., (Catz, Robert S., and Mathews, Gregory H.
"U.S.D.A.: Agriculture at the Expense of Small Farmers
and Farmworkers," Toledo Law Review 7(3):837-862, Spring
1976.

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. "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, Washington, U.S.
Government Printing Office, 2 v, ill., 23 cm., 1974-1975
(KF27.A343).

Staley, O.L. "The Family Farm Anti-Trust Act," in The
People's Land: A Reader on Land Reform in the United
States, P. Barnes, ed., pp. 222-224, 1975 (HD191.B37).

Tweeten, L., and ,Schreiner, D. "The Distribution of Benefits
From Public Policy and Technology to Marginal Farms and
The Rural Poor," Agricultural Policy Review 9(4):11-13,
Oct/Dec 1969 (281.28 AG82).

Tweeten, L., and Schreiner, D. "Economic Impact of Public
Policy and Technology on Marginal Farms and on the Nonfarm
Rural Population," in Benefits and Burdens of Rural
Development, pp. 41-76, 1970 (HN59.B4).

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. "Feed
Grain Program: Participation of Sugar Beet Growers,
Advance Payments, Participation of Small Farms," Hearings,
Ninety-second Congress, first session, Washington, U.S.
Government Printing Office, 98 pp., 1971 (KF27.A3).

U.S. Farmers Home Administration Farmers Home Administra-
tion: Strengthens Family Farms, Strengthens Rural
Communities, Reduces Rural Poverty, U.S. Department of
Agriculture Pa 705, 6 pp. folder, Aug. 1969 (L AG84PRO).

U.S. Congress. Joint Economic Committee. Subcommittee on
Priorities and Economy of Government, The Economics of
Federal Subsidy Programs: Part 7 Agricultural Subsidies,
93rd Congress, 1st session, U.S. Government Printing
Office, pp. v + 855-976, 1973.







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United States. Senate. Select Committee on Small Business,
Joint Economic Committee, "Impact of Federal Estate and
Gift Taxes on Small Businessmen and Farmers," Hearings,
94th Congress, 1st session, Minneapolis, Minnesota,
Aug. 26, 1975, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975
(KF 26.5 S6 1975g).

United States. Senate. Select Committee on Small Business,
Committee on Public Works, Committee on Agriculture and
Forestry. "Impact of Environmental Regulations on Small
Farms," iv + 517 pp., 1976.

Van Arsdall, Roy N., and Johnson, James B. Economic
Implications of Water Pollution Abatement in Family Farm
Livestock Production, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Economic Research Service, ERS-508, 44 pp., Dec. 1972
(A281.9 AG88E).


B. Rural Development
Bromley, Daniel W. Rural Development for Whom: A Market
V Failure Approach, Madison, University of Wisconsin,
Department of Agricultural Economics, 21 pp., 1971
(HD1401.W57).

Framingham, Charles F., MacMillan, James A., and Nickel,
Paul E. Guidelines for Community Planning, Manitoba
University, Department of Agricultural Economics, Farm
Management Extension Bulletin No. 73-1, 63 pp., Feb. 1973
(73.9906689) (HD1785.A1M32).

Guntharp, Walter A. "Developing Rural America," Agricul-
tural Outlook Conference 1973, 5 pp., Feb. 1973 (1.90 C2008).

Marshall, Ray, "Some Rural Economic Development Problems
in the South," American Economic Review LXII:208-209,
May, 1972.

imith, E.J. Interrelationship Between Rural Economic
Development and Low-income Agriculture, U.S. Department
of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, 1971.

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture.
Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural Development.
"Implementation of the Rural Development Act," Hearings,
Ninety-third Congress, first session, July 31, September
11 and 12, 1973, Washington, U.S. Government Printing
Office, 138 pp. illus., 1974 (KF27.A343).





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U.S. Congress. House. Committee onu Agriculture. Suhco;n-
mittee on Family Farms and Rural Development. "Redefini-
tion of the Term Farm," Hearings, Nov. 7 + 12, 1975,
Published 1976, .iii + 70, pp., Tables (Serial No. 94-1-,m) pa.

U.S. Congress. llC.ue. Committee on Agriculture. Sub-
committee on' F.mi l' Firms ind Rural Development. "Rural
Development Act of 1972 (Administration and Expenditures),"
Hearings before the Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural
Development of the CommTittee on Agriculture, House of
Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session,
June 16 and 17, and July 25, 1975, Washington, U.S.
Government Printing Office, v. 387, pp. i 24 cm, 1975
(KF27.A343).


C. Potential for Increasing Incomes of Limited Resource Farmers
Through Farm Development
Biggs, H.11. "New Perspectives on Development Strategies.
Raising Productivity Levels on Small Farms," in Small
Farm Agricultural Development Problems, H.H. Biggs and
R.L. Tinnermeier, eds., pp. 1-19 ref., 1974 (HD1476.A3S6).

SByrnes, Kerry Joseph, A Construct of Social Action for
Small Farmer Agricultural Development, Ph.D., 1975, Iowa
State University, 320 pp., Dissertation Abstracts
International, Vol. 36/05-A, p. 2992.

hlagan, Albert Ross, Family Farm Adjustments to Meet the
Impacts of Economic, Technological, and Sociological
Changes on Central Missouri Farms, Ph.D., 1963, Michigan
State University, 264 pp., Dissertation Abstracts Inter-
national, Vol. 24/10, p. 4025.

Pearse, R.A. "Specifying a Poly-period Development Progra;mme
for a Family Farm," Oxford Agrarian Studies (new series)
11(l):60-80 ref., 1973 (1101922.09).

Peterson, Donald Lee, An Evaluation of the Feasibility of
Increasing the Incomes of Small Farm Operators by Working
on Larger Commercial Farm Units, Ph.D., 1973, University
of Nebraska, 251 pp., Dissertation Abstracts International,
Vol. 34/12-A, p. .7427.

/Reddy, S.V. "Motivating Small Farmers for Higher Agricul-
tural Production," Farm Facts 8(2):7-12, Dec. 1973
(HD9016.14F3).







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Schneebergcr, K.C., et al. "Expanding Agricultural Pro-
duction: The Small Farmer Case," in Proceedings_ of the
Annual Meeting of the Western Agricultural Econoui cs
Association 47th, pp. 56-58 ref., 1974 (280.9 W527P).

Schneeberger, K.C., and West, J.G. "Marginal Farms--A
Micro Development Opportunity," So J Agr Econ 4(l):97-
100 ref., July 1972 (HDI01.S6).

Stewart, Frederick Joseph, Potential for Increased Net
Incomes on Small Farms in Four Eastern-Kentucky Counties,
Ph.D., 1975, University of Kentucky, 180 pp., Dissertation
Abstracts International, Vol. 36/06-A, p. 3887.

Stewart, F.J., Hall, H.H., and Smith, E.D. The Potential
for Increasing Net Incomes on Limited-Resource Farms in
Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky, Agricultural Experiment
Station Research Report 24, 37 pp. map. ref., May 1976
(HD1401. K4).

Wardle, Christopher, and Boisvort, Richard N. Farm and
Non-farm Alternatives for Limited Resource Dairy Farmers
in Central New York, Ithaca, Cornell University, Agri-
cultural Experiment Station, New York State College of
Agriculture and Life Science, Department of Agricultural
Economics, AE Res. 74-6, 56 pp., July 1974 (281.9 C81A).

Wellhausen, E.J. "The Urgency of Accelerating Production
on Small Farms," in Strategies for Increasing Agricultural
Production on Small Holdings, pp. 5-9, Aug. 1970 (SB16.ASS7).


D. Existing Programs for Small Farm Development
Blobaum, R. "Missouri's Program to Save the Small Farmers,"
Organic Gardening and Farming 23(4):126-131, Apr. 1976
(57.8 OR32).

Brown, M.A. Adapting the Pennsylvania Extension Unit Test
Demonstration Program to Limited Resource Farms: A Case
Study of Seven Farms, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
Pennsylvania State University, Extension Service,
Extension Study, 53, 82 pp. ref., Aug. 1974 (S544.3.P4P4).

Copeland, K. "Alabama's Limited-Resource Farmers Benefit
from Whole-farm Demonstrations," Extension Service
Review 40(9):4-5, Sept. 1969 (1 EX892EX).







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Curry, J. "Farmeis' Response to Small Farm (Incentive
Bonus) Scheme," Farm and Food Research 6(4):79-81,
July/Aug 1975 (TX341.F3).

Herman, J..C. "Aides Assist Low-income Farmers," U.S.
Federal Extension Service, Extension Service Review 44(2):
4-5, Feb. 1973 (1 EX892EX).

Ladewig, Howard W., and Edmondson, Vance I'. The Effective-
ness of Nonprofessionals in Cooperative Extension Educa-
tion for Low-income Farmers, Texas Agricultural Experiment
Station Bulletin 1122, 24 pp., July 1972 (100 T31S).

Leske, G. Pilot Programs in Off-farm Agricultural Occupa-
tions, South Dakota, Agricultural Experiment Station,
South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin
612, 20 -pp., May 1973 (100 S082).

Mahoney, M.K. "Aides Help Small Farmers," Extension Service
Review 42(1):4-5, Jan. 1971 (1 EX892EX).

Mouelhi, A., and Burns, W.T. "The Small Farm Development
Progran," Canadian Farm Economics 8(4):1-6, Aug. 1973
(HD1401.C2).

Myer, Gordon Leroy, The Missouri Small Farm Program: An
Analytical Evaluation, Ph.D., 1976, University of
Missouri Columbia, 140 pp., Dissertation Abstracts
International, Vol. 37/09-A, p. 5962.

Plaunt, Darrel H. "Toward Improving the Agricultural
Economist's Contribution to Policy Formation: The Small
Farm Development Program, As A Case in Point," in Pro-
ceedings of 1972 Workshop, The Agricultural Economists'
Contribution to Policy Formulation, Ottawa, CanadLan
Agricultural Economics Society, pp. 25-36, July 1972
(27 C16).

Robson, N. An Evaluation of the Small Farm (Business.
Management) (Scotland) Scheme, 1965, North of Scotland
College of Agriculture, Agricultural Economics Department,
Economic Report 128, 95 pp., Mar. 1971 (281.9).

/ Strickland, Cecil L., and Soliman, Mostafa Nonprofessional
S/ Aides in Agriculture: An Evaluation of a Program in
Cooperative Extension Education-for Small-Farm Families,
Prairie View A&M University, Bulletin 1165 (PV) map.,
Tables, Jan. 1976 (100T 31S).





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Tompkins, E.. I, LORay, N.L., and Schmidt, F .E. Vermont
Rural and Farm Family Rehabilitation Project, Vermont,
Agricultural Experiment Station, Miscellaneous Publication
73, 44 pp. map., May 1973 (100 V59M).

West, J.G., et al. Missouri Small Farm Program: An
Evaluation With aControl Group, Missouri, Agricultural
Experiment Station Special Report 176, 26 pp., Oct. 1975
(100 M693SP).

Wiggins, Edward R. Missouri Extension Launches New Small
Farm Program, Columbia, University of Missouri, Extension
Division Miscellaneous Publication 373, 10 pp., 1973.

Wiggins, Edward R., and Dailey, Duane Missouri Small Farm
Program 1974 Report, Columbia University of Missouri,
Extension Division Miscellaneous Publication 445, 22 pp.,
1974.

Williams, Elynor "Nobody Ever Cared. .Until Now," U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Extension Service Review,
47(4):16-17, July/Aug 1976 (1 EX892EX).


E. Research, Education, and Extension Needs
Annamalai, R. "How to Communicate with Small Farmers,"
F rm Facts 6(6):6-7, Apr. 1972 (HD9016.14F3).

Baker, O.B., et al., eds. Research Needs of Large and Small
/ Farmers, Proceedings of a Symposium of NCRS 1, AE 4374,
University of Illinois, 73 pp., April 1975, (275.29 IL62P).

Gadda, H. "Summer School in Off-farm Agriculture," Agri-
cultural Education 46(11):245, May 1974 (275.8 AG8).

Gidley, Victor Noel, A Theoretical Framework for Educa-
tional Programming with Low Income Clientele: The Case
of Agriculture's Small Farm Businesses, Ph.D., 1976, The
University of Wisconsin Madison, 353 pp., Dissertation
Abstracts International, Vol. 37/11-A, p. 6898.

/Huddleston, John Solomon, An Analysis of Communication
Linkage Between Research Based Sources of Information
and Those Interpersonal Sources Used as Basic for
Decision-making by Disadvantaged Farm Families, Ed.D.,
1973, North Carolina State University at Raleigh (no
abstract).






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Huddleston, Norman R. Educational Programs for Limited
Resource Farmers, Unnumbered Bulletin, CooperatLivw
Extension Service, Auburn University, Alabama, June 1970.

Jacoby, W. and Ingalsbe, G. "What These Young Farmers Say.
I, We--and "They"--Need More Cooperative Education,"
U.S. Farmer Cooperative Service, News for Farmer Cooper-
atives 41(9):14-15, Dec. 1974 (166.2 N47).

Kurtz, J. "Small Farmers Need Personal Contacts," U.S.
Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Extension Service Review 44(9/10):6-7, Sept/Oct 1973
(EX892EX).

Ladewig, Howard W. The Small-Farm Firm: Research and
Educational Needs, Clemson, South Carolina, Clemson
University, Department of Agricultural Economics and
Rural Sociology, 9 pp., Dec. 1974, presented at NCRS-1
Symposium on the Research Needs of Large and Small Farms,
St. Louis, Missouri, December 4-5, 1974.

Matteson, H.R. "What Young Farmers Say About On-farm
Instruction," Agricultural Education 45(7):165-166, Jan.
1973 (275.8 AG8).

Matteson, HI.R., and Thompson, J.R. Why Farmers Persist In
or Drop Out of Young Farmer Instructional Programs,
Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report
2459, 13 pp., Nov. 1972 (100 W75R).

McKillop, D. "Education and Training for the Farm Family,"
Agriculture in Northern Ireland 50(10):292-294, Feb.
1976 (256.13 AG82M).

National Fertilizer Development Cehter, Proceedings of the
Workshop on Methods of Working with Limited Resource
Farmers, Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Tennessee Valley
Authority, Bulletin Y-44, May 1972 (HC110.P6W7 1972).

National Fertilizer Development Center, Workshop on Improved
Rural Living on Limited Resources, June 24-27, 1974,
Workshop Sponsors, University of Kentucky, Muscle Shoals,
Alabama, Tennessee Valley Authority, 116 pp., ill., 28
cm., 1975 (HC110.P6W7 1974).

Pritchard, J., and Mitchell, B. "In-Service Effort Keep
Young Farmer Program Rolling," Agricultural Education
48(11):246, May 1976 (275.8 AG8).





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Raup, Philip M., Nceded Research Into the Effects of Large
Scale Farm and Business Firms on Rural America, St. Paul,
Minnesota, 10 L. 197.2 (OD1761.AIMS).

Rodale, R. "Small Growers Need More Help from Agricultural
Colleges," Organic Gardening and Farming, Sept. 1972
(57.8 OR32).

Schmidt, F.E. Paths Out of Poverty Research in the North-
east, (Northeast Regional Research Publication 1975),
Maine Life Sciences and Agricultural Experiment Station
Technical Bulletin 77 (September) (100M28B).

Siegrist, H.J. "What Young Farmers Expect from Educational
Programs," Agricultural Education 46(8):179, Feb. 1974
(275.8 AG8).

Singh, B.P. "Young Farmers Training in Agriculture,"
Progressive Farming 7(8):7-10, Apr. 1971 (S19.P7).

Steffen, R. "Agricultural Research and the Small Farm,"
Organic Gardening and Farming 18(5):84-85, May 1971
(57.8 OR32).

Williams, T.T. Experiences in Extending Public Services To
The Rural Poor and Improving Their Leadership Potential and
Can We Provide Effective Assistance to the Rural Poor Who
Wish to Remain in Farming? The Answer is Yes., Cornell
Agricultural Economics Staff Paper No. 75-23, Ithaca,
Department of Agricultural Economics, New York State College
of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 10 L., 1975 (HD1407.C6).


F. Cooperatives
ABT Associates, Inc., A Study of Rural Cooperatives,
Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1973.

Armstrong, J. "Young Farmers: Your Cooperative Is A
Friend of the Family," U.S. Farmer Cooperative Service,
News for Farmer Cooperatives, 43(2):9-11, May 1976
(166.2 N47).

Campbell, J.P. "Cooperatives and Antitrust, III,
Cooperatives: A Necessary Family Farm Marketing Tool,"
News for Farmer Cooperatives 41(5):14-16, Aug. 1974
(166..2 N47).







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Cobia, David W., and Navarro, Luis A. Hlow ML.bers Feel
About Cooperatives, North Dakota Agricultural Lxperiment
Station, Agricultural Economics Report 86, 13 pp., July
1972 (281.9 N814A).

Givens, J.E. "How Cooperatives Respond to Young Farmers'
Needs," American Cooperation, American Institute of
Cooperation, pp. 280-283, 1974/75 (280.29 AM3A).

Guither, Harold D. "How Illinois Farmers View Bargaining
in Agriculture," Illinois Agricultural Economics 12(2):
29-31, July 1972 (281.9 IL6I).

Hill, P. "Does the Cooperative Help Young Farmers,"
American Cooperation, American Institute of Cooperation,
pp. 65-71, 1972/73 (280.29 AM3A).

Jacoby, W.., and Ingalsbe, G. "What These Young Farmers
Say, IT: Become Involved? Just Ask Us," U.S. Farmer
Cooperative Service, News for Farmer Cooperatives 41(10):
6-7, Jan. 1975 ('166.2 N47).

Jacoby, W., and Ingalsbe, G. "What These Young Farmers
Say, III, Let's Get the Services, But We're Particular,"
U.S. Farmer Cooperative Service, News for Farmer Coopera-
tives 41(11):14-15, Feb. 1975 (166.2 N47).

Jacoby, W., and Ingalsbe, G. "What These Young Farmers
Say, IV, We're Getting Our Money's Worth," U.S. Farmer
Cooperative Service, News for Farmer Cooperatives 41(12):
12-13, Mar. 1975 (166.2 N47).

Jacoby, W., and Ingalsbe, G. "What These Young Farmers
Say, V, Satisfaction With Cooperative Image Tepid at
Best," U.S. Farmer Cooperative Service, News for Farmer
Cooperatives 42(1):12-13, Apr. 1975 (166.2 N47).

Jacoby, W., and Ingalsbe, G. "These Young Farmers Speak
Out On: What We Want to Know About Our Cooperative, I,
What Kind of Information Do You Want About Your Coopera-
tive That You Are Not Getting?," U.S. Farmer Cooperative
Service, News for Farmer Cooperatives 42(10):14-15, Jan.
1976 (166.2 N47).

Jacoby, W., and Inglasbe, G. "These Young Farmers Speak
Out, II, Give Us Stronger Management and Marketing,"
U.S. Farmer Cooperative Service, News for Farmer Coop-
erative 42(.11):12-13, Feb. 1976, (166.2 N47).





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Jacoby, W., and Ingalsbe, G. "These Young Farmers Speak
Out, III, Services We Need," U.S. Farmer Cooperative
Service, News for Farmer Cooperatives 42(12):16-17, Mar.
1976 (166.2 N47).

Jacoby, W., and Ingalsbe, G. "Young Farmers Speak Out, IV,
Get Understanding With Direct Contact," U.S. Farmer
Cooperative Service, News for Farmer Cooperatives 43(1):
20-21, Apr. 1976 (166.2 N47).

Jacoby, W., and Ingalsbe, G. "These Young Farmers Think
About, V, Operating Principles Important to Them," U.S.
Farmer Cooperative Service, News for Farmer Cooperatives
43(2):8, May 1976 (166.2 N47).

Johnson, Roger G., Schaffner, LeRoy W., and Anderson,
Donald E. Projections of Grower Returns From a Coopera-
tive Sugarbeet Processing Plant, North Dakota Agricultural
Experiment Station, Agricultural Economics Report 87,
16 pp., July 1972 (281.9 N814A).

Kotz, N. "The Poor People's Co-ops," in The People's Land:
A Reader on Land Reform in the U.S., P. Barnes, ed., pp.
203-2-6, 1975 (HD191.B37).

Marshall, F. Ray, and Godwin, Lamand Cooperatives and Rural
Poverty in the South, Baltimore, Maryland, John Hopkins
University Press, 98 pp. tables, bibliography, 1971
(HD1484.M3).

Roy, Ewell P., and Fallo, Blake A. Economic Analysis of
Selected Low-income Farmer Cooperatives in Louisiana,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Agricultural Experiment Station,
Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness,
DAE Research Report No. 434, 75 pp., Jan. 1972 (100 L935).

Westermarck, N. "Organized Interfarm Cooperation in Live-
stock Production on Family Farms," World Review of Animal
Production 12(3):69-73, July/Sept 1976 (49 W89).

Wollenslegal, G.C. "Local Co-op Involves Young Farmers,"
U.S. Farmer Cooperative Service, News for Farmer Coopera-
tives 38(3):9, June 1971 (166.2 N47).


G. Other Measures to Assist Small Farmers
Graf, Truihan F. Why the Northeast Should Adopt a Supply
Management Program, Paper presented at the Northeastern





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Dairy Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 7,
1972, Madison, University of Wisconsin, Department of
Agriculture, Economic Staff Paper Series No. 44, 14 pp.,
Apr. 1972 (11D1401.W57).

Irwin, G.D., and Penn, J.B. Custom Farm Services in the
United States: Status and Potentials, U.S. Department
of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, ERS-583, 47
pp. ref., Mar. 1975 (A281.9 AG83E).

Krause, Kenneth R. "Joint Ventures and Family Labor Sized
Farms," Amer J Agr Econ 55(4) Part 1, pp. 628-632, Nov.
1973 (280.8 J822).

Peterson, T., and Anderson, R.H. "Custom Farm Service: A
Method of Increasing Profits on Small Farms," Utah Science
32(3):99-100, Sept. 1971 (100 UTIF).

Radosevich, G.E. "Water User Organizations for Small
Farmers," in Snmall Farm Agricultural Development Problems,
li.H. Biggs and R.L. Tinnermeier, eds., pp. 131-148 ref.,
1974 (1HD1476.A3S6).

Wolf, R. "Be a Gardener--Not a Small-scale Farmer,"
Organic Gardening and Farming 23(10):59-61, Oct. 1976
(57.8 OR32).


IH. Research in Progress
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and Small-scale Farming in Utah," Utah State University,
Economics, Logan, Utah, 84321.

Atkinson, J.HI. "Improving Incomes on Small Farms," Purdue
University, Agricultural Economics, Lafayette, Indiana,
47907.

Boisvert, R.N. "Farm and Non-farm Alternatives for Increasing
Economic Position of Farm Families with Limited Resources,'
Cornell University, Agricultural Economics, Ithaca, New
York, 14850.

Coley, B.G. "Alternative Income Opportunities for the
Limited Resource Farmer in Three North Carolina Counties,"
University of North Carolina, Economics, Greensboro,
North Carolina, 27412.








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Coley, B.G. "The Feasibility of Establishing Farmer Co-
operatives Among Low-income Farmers in Three North Carolina
Counties," University of North Carolina, Economics,
Greensboro, North Carolina, 27412.

Comer, S.L. "The Rol,e'e .pf -Solected High Value Enterprises
in Increasing Income from Limited Resource Farms,"
Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial State University,
Rural Development Center, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203.

Huffman, D.C. "Optimizing Resource Use on Small Family
Farms in Selected Areas in Louisiana," Louisiana State
University, Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70803.

Iondhe, S.R. "Economic Feasibility of Organizing Marketing
and Supply Cooperatives by the Low-income Farmers," South
Carolina State College, Orangeburg, South Carolina, 29115.

Jones, L.W. "Rural Development Research Center, Phase IV,"
Tuskegee Institute, Behavioral Sciences, Tuskegee,
Alabama, 36088.

Lewis, J.H., and Trock, W.L. "Assistance to Low-income
Farmers in San Luis Valley," Colorado State University,
Economics, Fort Collins, Colorado, 80521.

Llorens, A.A. "Scientific Farm Organization for Rural
Development," University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez,
Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Rio Piedras,
Puerto Rico, 00928.

Mamer, J.W., and Leveen, E.P. "Collective Farming
Organizations," University of California, Administration,
Berkeley, California, 94720.

Marousek, G.E., and Carlson, J.E. "Agricultural and Human
Adjustment in Boundary County Idaho," University of Idaho,
Agricultural Economics, Moscow, Idaho, 83843.

M usek, G.E., Carlson, J.E., and Schatz, H.L. "Analysis
of the Interdependence of Small Farms and Small Towns in
Rural Development," University of Idaho, Agricultural
Economics, Moscow, Idaho, 83843.

Metzger, H.B. "Potential for Increasing Incomes of Small
Farm Families in Coastal Maine," University of Maine,
Agricultural and Resource Economics, Orono, Maine, 04473.






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Roy, E.P. "Organizing, Financing, and Managing Cooneratives
for Limited-Res:ource Farmers and Rural Residents,"
Louisiana State University, Agricultural Economics and
Agribusiness, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70803.

Smith, E.D., and Hall, H.H. "Potential for Increasing ;'et
Farm Income on Low-income Farms in Eastern Kentucky,"
University of Kentucky, Agricultural Economics, Lexing.on,
Kentucky, 40506.

West, J.G. "The Role of Cooperatives in the Development
of Limited Resource Farms," University of Missouri,
Agricultural Economics, Columbia, Missouri, 65201.

West, J.G., and Schneeberger, K.C. "Rural Poverty and the
Impact of Rural Development," University of Missouri,
Agricultural Economics, Columbia, Missouri, 65201.

Woodworth, R.C. "Improving Income and Family Living of
Limited Resource Farm Families," Tennessee Agricultural
and Industrial State University, Rural Development Center,
Nashville, Tennessee, 37203.


































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