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The retirement of part-time farming structure in a flat part-time farming area: a study of an area where the Agricultural Co-op Invested Farming company is growing



The retirement of part-time farming structure in a flat part-time farming area: a study of an area where the Agricultural Co-op Invested Farming company is growing



Journal of Rural Economics 73(4): 161-169



The purpose of this paper is to examine the part-time farming structure in Japan in relation to the expansion of the Agricultural Co-op (JA) Invested Farming company. The result of research in Chuzu town (Shiga Prefecture) shows that the structure is defined by different situations of employment between generations. Among those in the 60-years-and-older age group, males chose their vocation according to the size of their family farms.

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