A Study Of Operational Procedures And Influences Of Vocational Agriculture On Camp County Over A Ten Year Period
Date of Award
Master of Science
For those who are interested in helping farmers in Camp County, this investigation aims to provide some understanding of the basic problems confronting all who make their living, in whole or in part, from the land. For those who are already established on the farms, this investigation seeks to provide factual information for guidance, reference, and review.
The investigator's interest in this. problem grew out of his work as a teacher of Vocational Agriculture in Camp County for twelve years. Here he made general observations, surveys, and interviews with farmers, professionals,s and businessmen at the beginning of his teaching career and thereafter. A comparison of these data by the investigator would point out some of the influences of Vocational Agriculture in Camp County.
For the convenience of the reader, the subject matter, " Study of Operational Procedures and Influences of Vocational Agriculture on Camp County Over A Ten-Year Period," is presented in four main chapters, as follows: Chapter One, "Introduction;" Chapter Two, "Presentation and Analyses of Data;" Chapter Three, "Summary and Conclusion;" and Chapter Four, "A Suggested Vocational Agriculture Program For Camp County." Literature cited and Appendix are included at the end.
E. M. Norris
J. R. Powell
J. R. Powell
Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Hiner, Sr., H. H. (1957). A Study Of Operational Procedures And Influences Of Vocational Agriculture On Camp County Over A Ten Year Period. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/934