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  • Impact of Tile Drainage on Optimal Enterprise Combinations and Profitability of Northern New York Dairy Farms 

    Wackerngel, Frederick W.; Milligan, Robert A.; Knoblauch, Wayne A. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1979-12)
    Business and financial records for 2015 from 168 New York dairy farm businesses are summarized and analyzed. This analysis uses cash accounting with accrual adjustments to measure farm profitability, financial performance, ...
  • An Economic Analysis of the U.S. Dairy Price Support Program and Alternative Policies 

    Novakovic, Andrew M.; Babb, Emerson M. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1979-12)
    Business and financial records for 2015 from 168 New York dairy farm businesses are summarized and analyzed. This analysis uses cash accounting with accrual adjustments to measure farm profitability, financial performance, ...
  • Nuclear Economics: Taxation, Fuel Cost and Decommissioning 

    Chapman, Duane (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1979-10)
    Business and financial records for 2015 from 168 New York dairy farm businesses are summarized and analyzed. This analysis uses cash accounting with accrual adjustments to measure farm profitability, financial performance, ...
  • An Economic Analysis of Northern New York Dairy Farm Enterprises: Freestall Housing Systems 

    Wackernagel, Frederick W.; Milligan, Robert A.; Knoblauch, Wayne A. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1979-11)
    Business and financial records for 2015 from 168 New York dairy farm businesses are summarized and analyzed. This analysis uses cash accounting with accrual adjustments to measure farm profitability, financial performance, ...
  • Fruit and Vegetable Crops Costs and Returns From Farm Cost Accounts, 27 Farms, 1978 

    Snyder, Darwin P. (Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, 1979-11)
    Business and financial records for 2015 from 168 New York dairy farm businesses are summarized and analyzed. This analysis uses cash accounting with accrual adjustments to measure farm profitability, financial performance, ...

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