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, : Estonia. REUR Technical Series FAO Regional Office for Europe ( 24): 169-177

Estonian land reforms since 1919 are outlined, particularly the last one in 1991 leading to the re-establishment of family farms. Ruling prices favour crop production over animal production. Cattle constitute 45% of farm output, and about 85% are still kept in collective farms.

Accession: 002373541

DOI: 10.1016/0025-326x(93)90118-4

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