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Current and future implications of FAT labour estimates for the Swiss farmer

Current and future implications of FAT labour estimates for the Swiss farmer

Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch 66(3): 293-298

Estimates of labour availability and requirements are made by the Swiss research institute for farm economics and agricultural engineering (FAT) to evalute time requirements for changes in cultural methods, demonstrate the influence of new buildings and machinery, examine the labour situation on farms, calculate labour costs, etc.

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