Agricultural problems in economically developed countries

A. Maris
1968 Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science  
The chief concern in agriculture in the growing economies in W. Europe is cost reduction and adjustment of supply to demand. The economic growth and the technological development draw attention to the agricultural structure. In particular the farm size structure has obstructed improvements in the cost/return relations. Among the problems arising from agriculture in a growing economy are the uninterrupted rise in agricultural production, and the special structural problems in the prosperous
more » ... the prosperous countries. The increase in scale of agriculture and its effects on agricultural structure and other aspects of policy are discussed. E. A. (Abstract retrieved from CAB Abstracts by CABI's permission)
doi:10.18174/njas.v16i4.17403 fatcat:gahght7iyfa2vjvp2taj6jw4hm