Farm Management: rethinking directions?

@inproceedings{Kemp2004FarmMR,
  title={Farm Management: rethinking directions?},
  author={David R. Kemp and John Robert Girdwood and Kevin A. Parton and Al A. Charry},
  year={2004}
}
Farms and farming are major contributors to the world economy, directly responsible for a large part of GDP. These achievements are not trivial and imply that farms are being managed in reasonably effective ways, else agricultural industries would not be sustained. However has the study of Farm Management within Australia made significant contributions to agriculture or lagged in the background. Is it contributing to better Farm Management or merely cataloguing what has happened? Is it leading… CONTINUE READING

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