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  • This project supports the development of crops with small profit at the central Vietnam, increase high-value sawlogs glue for the wood processing industry of Vietnam's solid. Project to build scientific capacity of the Forest Science Institute of Vietnam (FSIV) Acacia seed varieties suitable for sawlog production, and conduct applied silvicultural research to support sustainable forestry and profitable.

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  • This project supports the development of crops with small profit at the central Vietnam, increase high-value sawlogs glue for the wood processing industry of Vietnam's solid. Project to build scientific capacity of the Forest Science Institute of Vietnam (FSIV) Acacia seed varieties suitable for sawlog production, and conduct applied silvicultural research to support sustainable forestry and profitable.

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  • This project supports the development of crops with small profit at the central Vietnam, increase high-value sawlogs glue for the wood processing industry of Vietnam's solid. Project to build scientific capacity of the Forest Science Institute of Vietnam (FSIV) Acacia seed varieties suitable for sawlog production, and conduct applied silvicultural research to support sustainable forestry and profitable.

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  • The study provides a comprehensive picture of the animal feed sector in Vietnam (both supply and demand side) upon data collected from 2 main surveys: feed mill survey investigating the supply side and producer survey investigating the demand side. The results show that, on the supply side, SMEs appear to have less competitiveness than large ones. That is reflected in some aspects such as higher production costs per kg output, using more labor, limited quality control, limited access to capital and land, and many small enterprises have losses.

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  • To put the profit values in perspective, we calculate profitability ratios. Rate of return on assets (ROA) is the farm operating profit (equal to net farm income plus interest expense less value of operator labor and management) divided by average total farm asset value (valued at current market value). Rate of return on assets is a measure of how much profit the farm business assets generated. The average 2005 dairy farm ROA (Market) was 3.2 percent, below 2004 value of 5.2 percent (Table 3). Return on equity tells a similar story.

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  • Organic farms extend from market gardens clustered near Australia’s big cities, to dairy farms scattered along the East Coast to vast cattle stations in the outback. But the organic industry in Australia is more than the sum of its farms. It is composed of processing facilities, logistics operations, wholesalers, retailers, exporters, certification organisations and a range of other individuals and organisations.

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  • The transportation burden on the railroads and highways of the country has been tremendously increased by the war. There is a larger load to be carried, of manufactured goods, raw materials, and foodstuffs. Not only has production of manufactures, raw materials, and farm products increased, but it is now necessary to transport a much larger proportion of these goods over long distances. The burden is further increased by the fact that we have removed across the sea, 3,000 miles away, a considerable part of our population, which must be provisioned and maintained.

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  • The House Labor, HHS, Education Subcommittee recently recommended significantly reduced funding for CPB of $333.75 million for FY 2013. Following this, bipartisan support for public media in the Congress emerged, with six Republican Members of the House joining 111 Democratic Members, and two Republican Senators joining 36 Democratic Senators as signers of a “Dear Colleague” letter supporting continued funding of CPB.

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  • However, disillusion with the limited success of smallholder-based efforts to improve productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa (Collier and Dercon 2009) and the apparent success of Brazil in establishing a vibrant agricultural sector based on much larger farms have led some countries to view the development of large- scale mechanized farming as the path to modernization of the sector.

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  • DECREE STUMILATING REGION-BASED MINIMUM WAGE LEVELS FOR LABORERS WORKING FOR COMPANIES, ENTERPRISES, COOPERATIVES, COOPERATIVE GROUPS, FARMS, HOUSEHOLDS, INDIVIDUALS AND AGENCIES, ORGANIZATIONS EMPLOYING LABORERS THE GOVERNMENT

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  • There were two distinct phases in the Associated life at Brook Farm. The first was inaugurated by the pioneers, who introduced a school, and combined it with farm and household labors. The second phase began with an attempt to introduce methods of social science and to add mechanical and other industries to those already commenced. These different phases have been called the Transcendental and the Industrial periods. Each individual had his special experiences of the life. The writer chronicles it from his standpoint.

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  • Dalton et al. reported the average production costs and returns for 2004 from a sample of 30 organic dairy farms in Vermont and Maine. They reported a total cost for organic milk production of $22.58 per cwt, before a deduction for unpaid operator labor and management, which was not significantly different from milk revenues. Thus organic milk production did not generate any return to unpaid labor and management nor did it produce a positive return to farm assets or equity.

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  • Man's technological ascent began in earnest in what is known as the Neolithic period ("New stone age"). The invention of polished stone axes was a major advance because it allowed forest clearance on a large scale to create farms. The discovery of agriculture allowed for the feeding of larger populations, and the transition to a sedentist lifestyle increased the number of children that could be simultaneously raised, as young children no longer needed to be carried, as was the case with the nomadic lifestyle.

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  • Rubber provides an interesting contrast. Large rubber plantations often opened areas by establishing processing facilities, markets, and roads via settlement programs where locals or migrants provide labor to establish the plantation and acquire land as outgrowers. In some cases, as in the FELDA program in Malaysia and the Indonesian transmigration program, these were state sponsored.

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  • The perennial crop sector in Southeast Asia illustrates the plantation model of large-scale farming. Malaysia and Indonesia produce nearly 90 percent of the world’s palm oil, production of which has expanded rapidly in response to growing global demand for edible oils and strong government support. In Indonesia, planted area more than doubled from about 2.9 million ha in 1997 to 6.3 million ha in 2007. In contrast to annual crops, oil palm is highly labor intensive and the industry is estimated to have created an estimated 1.7 to 3 million jobs.

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  • Man's technological ascent began in earnest in what is known as the Neolithic period ("New stone age"). The invention of polished stone axes was a major advance because it allowed forest clearance on a large scale to create farms. The discovery of agriculture allowed for the feeding of larger populations, and the transition to a sedentist lifestyle increased the number of children that could be simultaneously raised, as young children no longer needed to be carried, as was the case with the nomadic lifestyle.

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  • The large-scale rural farms producing on a commercial basis in Pakistan are among the lowest cost farms in the world, driven by low cost of labor and feed. This has been reported in IFCN9 2004. While still limited in number, the big commercial farms of Pakistan have major economic benefits. Existing commercial farms need to boost their current level of mechanization, automation and refrigeration (cold chains), in order to be more productive.

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  • Birds may be raised on corporate-owned farms or may be raised by contract farmers on their own farms. Farmer involvement in the conventional industry is by contract for production only. Farmers typically have a contract with large, corporate poultry companies. The company typically provides the chicks, the feed, any necessary medication needed for the birds and oversight of the production operation. Farmers supply housing, electricity, water, labor and invest the capital to provide these services. Birds raised for meat (broilers) are raised indoors, in confinement.

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  • Eastern Europe has undergone far-reaching transition from the former Soviet system of collective and state farms to new agrarian structures. This has unfolded in many ways, depending on countries’ factor endowment, institutional structure, the share of agriculture in the overall labor force, infrastructure, and the way the reforms were implemented. In areas of low population density where collectives were divided into small plots allocated to members, the plots were quickly rented back by companies with access to finance and machinery.

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