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Investment analysis of beef syndicates
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1972)
Syndication and co-operation in some areas of agriculture are now quite common. At the farm level, for example, significant advantages may accrue from group ownership of machinery, labour and livestock. Hagen (1971) ...
The social impacts of horticultural development in Canterbury : a project submitted in fulfillment of M. Sc. (Resource Management) paper RESM 604
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
This is a study of the social aspects of agricultural land use change, in particular, the intensification of pastoral and arable land through the development of irrigation and field-scale horticultural production systems ...