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Completing Finan & Net Worth Statements Some Issues

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  • Schwab, Gerald
  • Betz, Roger
  • Wittenberg, Eric

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We welcome all Michigan State University Extension (MSU-E) agents embarking upon a journey to improve the accuracy and usefulness of Michigan farm record data. We believe that analysis of accurate farm records will enable the farm owner/operator(s) to use his/her (their) farm records as a diagnostic tool that in turn can provide a benchmark for planning. We do recognize that this activity requires a time commitment from the MSU-E agent and also a willingness to bear some responsibility in improving the accuracy and consistency of the farm record database. It is to this problem of farm record consistency that this paper is addressed.

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  • Schwab, Gerald & Betz, Roger & Wittenberg, Eric, 2004. "Completing Finan & Net Worth Statements Some Issues," Staff Papers 11696, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:midasp:11696
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