Abstract Of Measuring Farm And Farm-Related Jobs In Wisconsin - 1992
AbstractThe primary users of this report are expected to be extension faculty in the Agriculture/Agribusiness and Community, Natural Resource and Economic Development program areas; faculty whose research supports those program areas; and persons involved in public policy. The objectives of this paper are as follows: a) to report estimates of the number of farm and farm-related jobs in Wisconsin and Wisconsin counties in 1992, b) to discuss the concepts, rationale, and definitions used in this study, and c) to explain the process and data sources used in making the estimates in sufficient detail so that users are comfortable using the empirical results in extension and other educational activities. d) to report additional references pertaining to measuring the size of the farm and farm-related sectors.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University of Wisconsin Madison, AAE in its series Staff Papers with number 390.
Date of creation: Feb 1996
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Postal: University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 427 Lorch Street, Madison, WI 53706
Web page: http://www.aae.wisc.edu/
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- Deller, Steven C. & Williams, David, 2009. "The Contribution of Agriculture to the Wisconsin Economy," Staff Paper Series 541, University of Wisconsin, Agricultural and Applied Economics.
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