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Master of Science (MS)
E. M. Morrison
A current problem facing fanners is, how much shouls they mechanize their farm perations? Ae the relative price and productivity of factors change farmers usually have to adjust their operations to assure maximum profits. Technological advances often change the relative productiveness and the price of machinery. These changes have caused the progressive farmer to continually review his farm organization and make adjustments in levels of factor use. If he is to produce at maximum profits it is necessary that his machinery investment be in proper adjustment with other resources.
Phillips, Clynn, "The Cost of Owning and Operating Farm Power and Machinery Used in Tillage Operations on Diversified Farms in Selected Areas of Utah, 1960" (1962). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3100.
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