Farm Size and Rural Communities : Some Economic Relationships

  title={Farm Size and Rural Communities : Some Economic Relationships},
  author={Gerald Marousek},
  • Gerald Marousek
  • Published 2002
Although American agriculture has been lished industry. Crop and livestock production adopting new technology for more than 100 is diversified; farms differ in size and strucyears, the rate of adoption has greatly acture, including part-time, single family, and celerated in recent decades. This technological partnership arrangements. The towns within revolution has resulted in important changes the area include a crossroads village and the in rural America. Mesthene [12] points out the seat of… CONTINUE READING


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