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Farm business planning in developing countries: the need, the problems and prospects



Farm business planning in developing countries: the need, the problems and prospects



Eastern Africa Journal of Rural Development 8(1/2): 129-141



The article starts by making clear that the opinion that individual farm planning is not applicable to peasant agriculture is not acceptable. Various forms of farm planning are discussed as well as their objectives. Farm planning methods are divided into the old ones including comparison and budgeting and the newer methods of linear programming (particularly mathematical). In E.

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