Record nummer 104428
Titel Enkele aspecten van het kleine-boerenvraagstuk op de zandgronden
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door Adriaan Maris
Auteur(s) Maris, A.
Uitgever Assen : van Gorcum
Jaar van uitgave 1951
Pagina's 140 p.
Annotatie(s) Proefschrift Wageningen
Tutor(s) Hofstee, Prof. Dr. E.W.
Promotiedatum 1951-03-07
Proefschrift nr. 159
Samenvatting door auteur toon abstract
A study of 13 communities representative of sandy areas throughout the whole Netherlands indicated that the main cause of inefficiency was disproportion between available labour and arable land. Intensification would remove the advantage held by large farms over small farms but would make heavy demands on the farmer's ability. On the smallest holdings intensification could never absorb all the labour. It was necessary to encourage young people to leave the land to reduce the supply of labour. This would be easier if they were well educated. On the smallest units there was not sufficient work for one man and amalgamation was the only answer. On large farms sons were, often used as cheap labour with no prospect of obtaining their own holding; thus there also it was necessary for people to leave the land.

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Trefwoorden (cab) kleine landbouwbedrijven / nederland
Rubrieken Agrarische bedrijfsvoering
Publicatie type Proefschrift
Taal Nederlands
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