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Quel avenir pour l'agriculture en montagne ?


  • F. Bel


[fre] Dans ce texte, d'auteur rappelle îles processus d'évolution de l'agriculture française et tout spécialement le double mouvement actuel d'industrialisation et de régression. . Les zones de montagne sont particulièrement frappées par l'exode et la diminution de la vie sociale. Pour y pallier, l'Etat développe une politique de compensation des handicaps natureils. Poussée au bout, la 'logique de cette compensation conduit à des dépenses élevées et croissantes pour 'l'Etat. . D'autres voies sont-elles possibles ? Des expériences ponctuelles semblent l'attester : éJevage extensif, développement des produits accompagnés de label, réinstaiIJation de citadins sont à examiner dans une optique qui tienne compte des effets de domination des techniques modernes. [eng] The future of mountain farming - In this paper the writer recalls the development processes of French farming especially the present two-fold tendency towards industrialization and regression. . Mountain regions are particularly affected by farmers leaving farming and by the growing lack of social life. To combat this the State is setting up a policy to compensate for natural handicaps. If taken to its logical conclusion this compensation leads to great and increasing expenditure for the State. . Are other means possible ? Experiments carried out at times seem to indicate that they are — intensive stock- breeding, the development of labelled products, the re-settling of city-dwellers should be examined in the light of the overwhelming importance of modern techniques.

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  • F. Bel, 1978. "Quel avenir pour l'agriculture en montagne ?," Économie rurale, Programme National Persée, vol. 128(1), pages 4-6.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recoru:ecoru_0013-0559_1978_num_128_1_2597
    DOI: 10.3406/ecoru.1978.2597
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.1978.2597

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