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The use of agricultural information models: a survey of users of information models


, : The use of agricultural information models: a survey of users of information models. Onderzoekverslag Landbouw Economisch Instituut ( 114): 73pp.

In 1985 the branch organizations in Dutch agriculture started developing information models. The models are made available to organizations involved with the exchange of information in agricultural business. Recently, debate about model maintenance has arisen, and information on the use of models is thus necessary to tackle the problems of maintenance. This paper documents the use of the models by 40 organizations involved in horticulture and dairy farming.

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