Date of Award
Master of Science
Master of Agriculture Economics
How simple the farmers' problem would be if there were no such things as change in the world, no changes in soils, cultural practice, markets, population, birth rates, and a thousand other things. But, the principal fact the farmer faces, is that all these things do change. These have been enormous changes in a comparatively few years and he has had to adjust himself to them. For instance, in 1920, farmers had to feed a total population of 105 million people ( excluding exports for populations abroad) now about the same number of farmers feed over 150 million here.
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John B Coleman Library
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Hill, B. T. (1956). An Economic Study Of The Farming System Of Fifty Farmers Of Rusk County, Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/902