Dairy Farm Business Summary: Northern New York
The Cooperative Extension Associations in Clinton, Franklin, Jefferson, and St. Lawrence Counties have enrolled dairy farmers in farm business management projects for a number of years. For 1969, sixty-one farmers submitted their records for summary and analysis by the Department of Agricultural Economics. The figures for each farm were checked, put on electronic data cards, and put through a computer for summary and analysis. The group results are presented in this workbook. This report is organized so that a farm business can be systematically summarized and analyzed by going through the report page by page. Spaces are available for filling in the figures for your farm or any farm that may be under study. This workbook may be used by a farm family to study their business or it can be used by a group as a basis for a farm management discussion. In addition to the members of the Farm Business Management Projects, this report should be useful to other dairymen in Northern New York, to teachers of agriculture, other agency representatives, and to agribusinessmen in the area.
Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University