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Analysis of factors affecting the income of farmers growing corn, Nokonrajasima, Thailand Public Deposited

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  • Thailand has been recognized as a rice-producing country from time immemorial. Besides being a staple food, rice has been the exported product that earned the most foreign exchange which has been badly needed for the economic development of the country. Since the end of the second world war, many countries have been able to produce rice sufficient for their consumption. Some have become rice exporting countries. Thai rice has had to compete with rice from other countries for the available export markets. Furthermore, the population of the country has been increasing at the rate of about two percent per year. This implies the need for more domestic rice to feed an increasing number of mouths. In addition, the area planted to rice has been varying because of uncertain rainfall, drouth and flood damage. The prospect of Thai rice for the foreign market has been uncertain and fluctuating. The situation can be seen clearly by the following statistics.
  • Purposes of Study: (1) To determine and describe the processes and inputs required to produce field corn in the Northeastern part of Thailand. (2) To isolate those factors that directly affect the income of farmers growing corn. (3) To estimate the costs associated with producing corn. (4) To determine, insofar as possible, the optimum size of enterprise for producing corn by methods common to the area.
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