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Family farming without state intervention : economic factors underlying the prevalence of family farming : theoretical analysis and case study of New Zealand.
(Lincoln University. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1996-10)
Evaluating the effects of reforms to New Zealand's agricultural policy is a topic of enduring interest, especially in recent years. This Research Report examines an important aspect of farm structure (family and corporate ...
Planning for retirement and farm succession - the perspectives of New Zealand farm families
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 1997)
The objectives of this project are to firstly to raise awareness of planning for retirement and farm succession. The second objective is to formulate and enunciate a consideration of the key elements of viability, ...