Inżynieria Rolnicza
Home page
Place of Work
Authors
Search
Title : Parity family income in family farms of diverse areas
Key words : family income, farm area, parity income, sustainability, degree of mechanization, intensity of organization
Summary :

The area of a production family farm which may generate parity income of a farmer’s family using mechanized production systems, implemented according to the rules of the sustainable agriculture has been determined. The assumption that the target income of a farmer’s family (parity income) should be comparable to disposable income obtained by those employed in other sectors of national economy has been made. The result of the above assumption follows the statement that farms using from 20 to 50 ha of AL are more likely to meet the requirements of a parity farm generating target income in certain production conditions than other types of farms. The research uses the data of a development project implemented in the years 2009-2012 by NCBiR (The National Centre of Research and Developmen) no NO 120043 06/2009 entitled “Technological and ecological modernization of the selected family farms” accomplished by ITP (Institute of Technology and Life Sciences) in Falenty O/Warszawa (Wójcicki, 2009).

Please use the following format to cite the selected article : Sawa, J. (2013). Parity family income in family farms of diverse areas. Inzynieria Rolnicza, 4(148), 143-150.
Download :
Current affiliation
If you see any errors, please contact: Redakcja PTIR