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Typification and economic analysis of beef-producing farms in Spain

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  • Robles, Rita Robles
  • de la Puente, Telesforo
  • Moran, J.
  • Juan, A.

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In spite of different economic agents’ interests, as well as the Administration’s effort in promoting extensive beef-producing systems over the last years, this kind of activity still hasn’t reached the desirable levels, being necessary that farmers perceive an appropriate benefit which supports their activity. In this sense, this paper, using the data obtained by a statistical survey representing all the extensive beef-producing farms existing in Castile and Leon (Spain), aims to analyze the economical results of extensive beef-producing farms, previously classified in representative groups according a quantitative method. The study is a preliminary research which intends to generate additional knowledge about the role of the different variables which make part of the economic results, and takes part of a research project financed by Castile and Leon Regional Governments, Education and Culture Council, through the annual program to support research projects (Order EDU/1143/2004).

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  • Robles, Rita Robles & de la Puente, Telesforo & Moran, J. & Juan, A., 2008. "Typification and economic analysis of beef-producing farms in Spain," 2008 International Congress, August 26-29, 2008, Ghent, Belgium 44370, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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    1. Kostrowicki, Jerzy, 1977. "Agricultural typology concept and method," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 2(1), pages 33-45, January.
    2. Kobrich, C. & Rehman, T. & Khan, M., 2003. "Typification of farming systems for constructing representative farm models: two illustrations of the application of multi-variate analyses in Chile and Pakistan," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 76(1), pages 141-157, April.
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    Cluster Analysis; extensive beef producing systems; economic accounts; Livestock Production/Industries;

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