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Economic and social changes on Wisconsin family farms

Peter Dorner

Economic and social changes on Wisconsin family farms

a sample study of Wisconsin farms--1950, 1960, and 1975

by Peter Dorner

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Published by Research Division of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Available from Agricultural Bulletin Building in Madison, WI .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wisconsin,
  • Wisconsin.
    • Subjects:
    • Family farms -- Wisconsin.,
    • Rural families -- Wisconsin.,
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Wisconsin.,
    • Wisconsin -- Rural conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPeter Dorner.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1476.U6 W63 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination41 p. ;
      Number of Pages41
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3924776M
      LC Control Number81622458

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Show simple item record. Rise and Decline of the Family Farm in Central Southern Wisconsin: A study of the economic, social, and political ramifications of the loss of family farms on the rural communities of Columbia and Dodge Counties, WisconsinAuthor: Bill Gill.

The family farm in America is often referred to as the backbone of the Nation's identity. The number of active farms in Wisconsin has shrunk from a high in ofto the current number of less t according to the National Agricultural Statistics : Bill Gill.

In fact, small businesses, family farms among them, have contributed 64 percent of all new jobs nationwide in the past 15 years.

Equally important to the economic benefits our family farmers bring are the many personal, social, and environmental contributions they make in. professionals, economic development professionals, planners, among others) and the general public.

Using data, Deller and Williams () documented that agriculture contributes $ billion to Wisconsin’s total industrial output (about percent of the Wisconsin total);jobs (10 percent of total. Such farms may be productive and profitable, but they are not sustainable.

The need for economic efficiency must be balanced with the need for ecological and economic integrity. Ironically, the demise of many full-time, family farms is a.

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The number of Wisconsin farms had peaked in at around ,; by that number was down toand falling. At the same time, the average size of a Wisconsin farm increased from acres in to in In% of Wisconsin's citizens lived on farms; bythat percentage had fallen to Wisconsin dairy farms represent multiple generations.

Wisconsin’s dairy industry has grown tremendously in the past century. Farmers are milking more cows, many farms have become incorporated and technology has allowed for innovations in the industry that have increased production and : Jill Clair Gentry. Goals / Objectives Determine the interrelationships among and relative importance of social, economic, technological and political environments, regional conditions, and entrepreneurial strategies affecting restructuring of the dairy industry in different dairy localities.

Identify, examine and assess the effects of structural change in the dairy sector on local. A family farm is generally understood to be a farm owned and/or operated by a family; it is sometimes considered to be an estate passed down by farm businesses can take many forms, as most farm families have structured their farm businesses as corporations, limited liability corporations, and trusts, for liability, tax, and business purposes.

Writer and historian Nancy Schumm-Burgess and photographer and journalist Ernest J. Schweit set out on a two-year quest to document Wisconsin's iconic barns, which have come to represent a way of life defined by family, a connection to the land, ingenuity, and hard work.

Schumm-Burgess digs up fascinating details on the background's of the structures, /5(11). The growth of diversified agriculture will depend in part on the ability of farm families to integrate a more diverse agriculture into the dynamics of the farm household.

The principal goal of this project is to determine the social and economic factors that lead to the relative success or lack of success that Wisconsin family farms have in the integration of a diversified agriculture into the.

changes can be seen in the lives of the nation’s children— how they worked, played, learned, and made sense of the world.

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