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Thesis (M.S.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1959. Department of Agricultural Economics.
It is recognized that tenants must normally operate larger farms than owner-operators if they are to enjoy a comparable income. (The situation of the heavily indebted owner-operator may be an exception to this kind of relationship).
In an effort to bring some data to bear on the question of whether or not a 240 acre farm is large enough to produce a desired level of living, a case study has been made of a particular 239 acre farm in Dodge County for the 10 years, 1948 to 1957.
Advisor: Philip A. Henderson