IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS ON DAIRY FARM PROFITABILITY
Deborah H. Streeter and
No 14053, Staff Papers from University of Minnesota, Department of Applied Economics
Seven of 196 New York dairy farms used on-farm computers for accounting in 1984, rising to 23 in 1987. A regression of net farm income per cow on computer use, years computer experience and other variables showed income increasing the first year of computer use, dropping and rising again by year four.
Keywords: Livestock; Production/Industries (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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