A study of farm organisation relating to the adequacy of farm units in southwest Saskatchewan
Askin, Thomas Henry
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With consideration for the important relation of farm business organisation to the problems of southwest Saskatchewan the objective of this study is to examine the characteristics of farm organisation as they relate to the success of farming in this area. Three specific objectives may be defined as follows: (1) To examine the characteristics of farm organisation and their relationship with the success of farm businesses for the area. (2) With special reference to the characteristic of farm size, to measure the influences of farm organisation on the returns of farming under various conditions. (3) To determine standards of "adequate" farm organisation which might furnish suitable guides for appraising the problems of the area and obtaining desirable adjustments in farm organisation and land use.