• The distribution of farm labor 

    Sheppard, Donald David (University of Missouri, 1917)
    It is important that a farmer know the labor requirements in the productions of the various crops and in the production of the various classes of livestock, and that he know what influence a combination of crops and stock ...
  • Distribution of labor and its relation to farm management 

    Johnson, O. R. (Oliver Ray), 1887-1966 (University of Missouri, 1912)
    The following pages are devoted to a study of labor conditions on four Missouri farms, in an effort to determine if possible, just what those conditions are. The work was started in the spring of 1910, under the direction ...
  • Study in efficiency of farm machinery in its relation to farm labor 

    Watkins, Arthur Kratz (University of Missouri, 1912)
    The data presented in the following pages is an attempt to establish standards of farm labor from observations of actual practices. It was collected from personal observations by the writer and Mr. L. E. DeVinna of ...
  • A study of types of farming in the U.S. by the farm management survey method 

    McIntosh, Joseph Austin (University of Missouri, 1919)
    The following study was made to get an insight into the conditions and farm practices of six different types of farming in the United States from the standpoint of farm management. Previous work along this line indicates ...
  • Work stock management 

    Barrett, Orley Glen (University of Missouri, 1913)
    The object of this investigation is to arrive at some conclusion or determine, if possible, the most satisfactory means or methods of management of the work stock or work animals on the farms in actual operation.