Small Farms: Current Status and Key Trends Information Brief Oksana Nagayets Definition of Small Farms

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  title={Small Farms: Current Status and Key Trends Information Brief Oksana Nagayets Definition of Small Farms},
  author={Oksana Nagayets},
  year={2005}
}
  • Oksana Nagayets
  • Published 2005
The question of the future viability of small farms is the subject of academic and political debates that have gained particular attention in recent years. Such debates are driven, in part, by renewed commitment by many countries and donors to explore the role of agricultural development for growth and poverty reduction. At the same time, increasingly integrated, globalized, and consumer-driven agricultural and food markets require smallholders to adapt to a new environment. Small farmers face… CONTINUE READING
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