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Different costs and resource use efficiency in wool production



Different costs and resource use efficiency in wool production



Wool and Woollens of India 30(1): 25-28



This study takes data collected from 60 shepherds in the Bharmaur tribal area, Himachal Pradesh, India, to analyse the costs and resource use efficiency of sheep farming in the area. The paper classifies sheep farmers as either large or small, and considers costs on the basis of 3 different cost definitions.

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