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Farm Income, Financial Conditions and Government Assistance Data Book, 2011

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The purpose of this data book is to provide easy access to key economic and financial indicators for the farm sector and information on government assistance to the agriculture and agri-food industry. The information is prepared in consultation with the provincial ministries responsible for Agriculture. Assistance is also provided by other members of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada as well as by officials in other federal and provincial departments. This issue provides the most up-to-date key economic and financial indicators.

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  • Anonymous, 2012. "Farm Income, Financial Conditions and Government Assistance Data Book, 2011," Economic and Market Information 126215, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:aaacem:126215
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