The Economics of Small Holdings
A Study Based on a Survey of Small Scale Farming in Carmarthenshire
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Preface C. S. Orwin; Part I. Introduction: 1. Preliminary statement; 2. Definition of unit; 3. Arguments for small holdings; 4. Arguments against small holdings; 5. Tentative conclusions; 6. Outline of study; Part II. General and Historical Outline of the Area of the Study: 1. The county of Carmarthen; 2. General character of Carmarthenshire farming; 3. Population; 4. Historical sketch of small holdings in Carmarthenshire; 5. Present division of holdings; 6. Tenure of small holdings; 7. Geographical distribution of small holdings; 8. Employment census of the occupiers of small holdings; Part III. Economic Conditions of Carmarthenshire Smallholders; Section A. Method of Investigation; Section B. Analysis of a Survey of 262 Small Holdings: 1. Classification of holdings; 2. Crops; 3. Live stock; 4. Employment; 5. General equipment of holdings; Section C. Analysis of 93 Financial Accounts: 1. Classification; 2. Gross sales of money receipts; 3. Money expenses; 4. Balance of money receipts and money expenses; 5. The gross expenses; 6. The gross income; 7. Net returns per acre; 8. Net returns per holding; Section D. Summary; Appendix A. Bibliography; Appendix B. List of tables; Appendix C. Summaries of comparable studies abroad; Index.