Farm size, farming intensity and the input-output relationships of some Welsh and West of England dairy farms ...
Michael B. Jawetz, University College of Wales (Aberystwyth, Wales). Dept. of Agricultural Economics
University of Wales, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, 1957 - Mathematics - 84 pages
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40 an acre 4cres acre farms Acre Sum acres tend agricultural Analysis of Variance average costs best output Coefficient of determination Comparison of Welsh cost curves cost per acre curved regression Curvilinear Regression dairy farms decreasing supply price diminishing economic equilibrium Elasticity of Production England farms Enterprise Profit EP per acre Farm Management Survey farmers farms over 125 farms over 200 farms under 100 Farms with Output higher outputs identical Welsh farms increase in output input and output land larger farms levels of intensity levels of output linear regression lower marginal cost Minimum Output output equilibrium output levels output per acre output price Pooled variance price changes Proportion of Farms Regression Statistics returns to scale rxy2 scale effect scatter diagram Significance of Departure size groups small farms Squares Wales Statistics for Comparison Sum of Squares tenant's capital total cost total inputs trends Welsh Sample West of England