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Results from a 2015 survey of NZ farm managers/owners covering debt and related issues designed to explore the impact of debt
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, 2017-06)
With increasing debt levels across primary production businesses it is important to have contemporary knowledge of the levels of debt on NZ farms, including both past and present levels, but more importantly, have information ...
Why small farms persist? The inﬂuence of farmers’ characteristics on farm growth and development. The case of smaller dairy farmers in NZ
(Wiley on behalf of Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2017-10)
Human capital is an important resource in primary production impacting on farmers’ decisions and actions. Given their current and expected economic environment, farmers must use their human capital in mapping out a trajectory ...
Intuition, the farmers’ primary decision process. A review and analysis
Intuition is a critical component of farmers’ decision making and underlies human capital. A model of decision making, including intuition as a factor, was developed and used to determine the important variables associated ...