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This paper presents empirical study of economies of scale and cost efficiency of small scale maize production in Ondo State of Nigeria, using farm level survey data collected from 200 farms in the study area. The results shows that there is a relative presence of economies of scale among the farmers meaning that an average farm in the sampled area produce at a minimum cost considering the size of the farm which is an indication that they operates in stage II of production surface (stage ofdoi:10.1080/09718923.2006.11892541 fatcat:4amva66umfhydhkuamdpvdkpfy