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Supply response in milk production. A study in methodology for the prediction of milk supply based on a survey of milk production in an area of grassland dairy farms in South West England, 1967



Supply response in milk production. A study in methodology for the prediction of milk supply based on a survey of milk production in an area of grassland dairy farms in South West England, 1967



Rep. Dep. agric. Econ. Exeter Univ, 176: 47



A recent development to aid the prediction of agricultural supply response has been to analyse supply response at the farm firm level. Linear programming is used to derive the optimum quantity of production at varying prices for the product under investigation. The result is a normative projection of supply response. As a trial of the methodology involved, the total supply response for milk from a lowland area of S.W.

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