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This book is intended for the student and the farmer interested in the study of those economic principles which underlie the effective organization of the farm, and for the statesman interested in establishing laws and institutions for the development of agriculture. The subjects treated correspond to those studies grouped under the head ofF arm...
This book is intended for the student and the farmer interested in the study of those economic principles which underlie the effective organization of the farm, and for the statesman interested in establishing laws and institutions for the development of agriculture. The subjects treated correspond to those studies grouped under the head ofF arm Management in some colleges and under the head of Agricultural Economics in others. From the authors point of view these two terms as used at the present time cover essentially the same subject matter so far as they relate to the economics of production on the individual farm, but he believes that the latter term is much the broader, including also the problems of marketing, land economics, farm finance, and farm life. The matter here presented is the result of a gradual development of twenty years of study in this field. I ts publication marks the close of seventeen years of teaching of agricultural economics by the author in the University of Wisconsin, where he first gave a course to the short-course students in the winter of 1902-1903, at which time aS yllabus of Lectures on Agricultural Economics was printed for the use of his class. In 1905 An Introduction to theS tudy of Agricultural Economics, containing thirteen chapters, was published, the main points of which have been included in the present volume. For many years, parts of the present volume have been mimeographed and used in the classroom. ?- While the author has been working in this field for twenty years he recognizes that the pioneer stage is only now passing and that the next few years will result in great progress both in research and education in agricultural economics.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklor
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