Factors Affecting Profitability on Limited Resource Dairy Farms New York 1986
Murray-Prior, Roy; Stanton, B.F.
The objectives of this study are to assess the relationships between selected dairy management practices and profitability for average-resource dairy farms in New York State. Limited-resource dairy farms (LRF) are defined as farms which are: primarily dairy (i.e., in which crop sales amount to less than ten percent of milk sales), have no harvested corn for grain, have a tie-stall or stanchion barn, and no milking parlor. Profitability is defined here as labor and management income per operator (LMIO).
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Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University