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Doing the unthinkable: linking farmers' breadth of view and adaptive propensity to the achievement of social, environment and economic outcomes
(International Farm Management Association (IFMA), 2011)
Farmers produce products for markets that demand food safety and environmental sustainability, while working in a world challenged by a changing climate and decreasing water and energy resources. To meet these challenges ...
Management styles of Canterbury farmers : a study of goals and success from the farmers’ point of view
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 1990-11)
A review of literature on success and goals in farm management shows that farmers seek to achieve a number of goals and have different management styles. Since farmers combine both business and way-of-life goals in complex ...
Farmers' responses to economic restructuring in Hurunui and Clutha Counties: preliminary analysis of survey data
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1987-05)
Primary production is undergoing rapid changes at the present tilne and there are two broad areas where these changes have an impact. The first and most immediate impact is on farmers themselves as they seek to adjust ...