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Accounting developments and implications for farm business
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1986-03)
The need for farmers to undertake effective management and accounting practices for their businesses is always present and is especially important in times of financial constraint. In general, farm accounting appears ...
An evaluation of farm ownership savings accounts
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1981-12)
Farm Ownership Savings Accounts are a popular method of saving for farm purchase and entry into sharefarming. As at 31 March 1981 there were nearly 7,000 account holders and deposits totalled approximately $29 million. The ...
Monetary policy and agricultural lending by private sector financial institutions
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1983-11)
Over a decade ago the Committee of Inquiry into Lending to Farmers (1972:19) reported that the evidence submitted to us indicated that there has been reasonable availability of loan finance for creditworthy borrowers. ...
Recreational substitutability and carrying capacity for the Rakaia and Waimakariri Rivers
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1983-12)
The Rakaia and Waimakariri Rivers are located close to each other in Canterbury; they have many of the same physical attributes and appear to offer similar recreational amenities. Both rivers have water right ...
Do our experts hold the key to improved farm management?
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1989-05)
Some farmers, and consultants, are better at their job than their colleagues. A branch of artificial intelligence known as expert systems attempts to capture this difference (their expertise) in computer based systems and ...