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Cutting and controlling costs

Cutting and controlling costs

Study, Farm Management Unit, Department of Agriculture and Department of Agricultural Economics and Management, University of Reading (17): 54

The disappearance of ready markets for increased agricultural output implies that cutting and controlling costs of production must be at the top of the agenda of strategies that a farmer must consider to survive. Seven brief articles explore this theme by examining the general possibilities that exist for UK farmers recognizing that each farm is unique. The first of two articles by A.K.

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