Analysis of Future Change in Dutch Arable Farming: A Farm Economics Approach
Ada Wossink and
European Review of Agricultural Economics, 1994, vol. 21, issue 1, 95-112
In the present article a model system is presented to analyse agricultural change at farm and regional level. The core of the system is a linear programming (LP) model of the individual farm which includes an environmental component of the input and discharge of nitrogen and pesticides. Modules representing feedback within and between family farms were added to the LP model. Application is presented for scenario analysis of future arable farming in a specific region of the Netherlands. Copyright 1994 by Oxford University Press.
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