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How many farmers do we need?

How many farmers do we need?

Land Aktuell 32(11): 276-278

Projection of agro-structural developments in the GFR over the past 30 years is used to estimate the average size and number of farms in 50 years time. The economic, social and cultural problems of such an adjustment process are outlined and an alternative possibility is developed that more farmers will in fact be required.

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