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2 edition of Off Farm Work by Farmers. found in the catalog.

Off Farm Work by Farmers.

Statistics Canada.

Off Farm Work by Farmers.

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Written in English


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SeriesDbs Catalogue -- 99-756
ContributionsBollman, R.D.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21954500M


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Department of Agriculture.” “To Stay on the Land, American Farmers Add Extra Jobs,” by Jacob Bunge and Jesse Newman.

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The workshops include classroom and field sessions, and topics follow a natural sequence, from planning through production. Sometimes younger farmers and seasonal farmers will take a job off the farm during the winter to supplement their income and even some seasoned farmers will do so as well.

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