Developing an Integrated Measure of Farm Performance
Agricultural production, by its nature, impacts upon the environment. Performance measurement from the perspective of society should consider the full impact of a productive activity. This paper examines how the use of a biophysical model can assist in developing a farm performance measure inclusive of environmental impacts. Biophysical modelling at the farm level allows for biological, physical, and economic processes to be integrated into a performance measure.
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