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Quotas and uncertainty: Canada and the UK compared

, : Quotas and uncertainty: Canada and the UK compared. Farm Management1988; 6(8): 317-325

The introduction of production quotas has a number of implications for the practice of farm management. Canada has considerable experience with production quotas. The aspects of this experience which are relevant for the UK are briefly presented. The differences between the Canadian system and the current system in the UK are then discussed and the ramifications of these differences for farm management outlined.

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