On the Distinctiveness of Farmers of the Middle: A Preliminary Report on the Missouri Farm Poll, 2006

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On the Distinctiveness of Farmers of the Middle: A Preliminary Report on the Missouri Farm Poll, 2006

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Title: On the Distinctiveness of Farmers of the Middle: A Preliminary Report on the Missouri Farm Poll, 2006
Author: James, Harvey S. (Harvey Stanley); Hendrickson, Mary
Keywords: family farms
annual revenue
Date: 2007-02-26
Publisher: University of Missouri Extension
Abstract: Most U.S. farms are family farms, which the USDA defines as “proprietorships, partnerships, or family corporations that do not have hired managers.” There is a perception and even expectation that “farmers of the middle” are different in ways important and unique to agriculture and society.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/3699

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