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A study of farm firm growth in the Georgia Piedmont with emphasis on intensive growth in hog production

A study of farm firm growth in the Georgia Piedmont with emphasis on intensive growth in hog production

Research Bulletin, College of Agriculture Experiment Stations, University of Georgia 249: 47

Between 1969 and 1974, farm size in the Georgia Piedmont did not increase in terms of land acreage. However, several indications of intensive growth exist, one being through increased pig production. This study determines optimum intensive enterprise organization over time of various crops and pig production systems under alternative debt levels. Situations were analyzed using a high debt limit (70% security), a medium debt limit (30% security), and no debt.

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