The changing scale of commercial agricultural land base in Deuel County, Nebraska Public Deposited

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  • The main concern of this paper is to study the changes that have occurred in the structure of the agricultural land base during the last twenty-two years. Deuel County, Nebraska, was chosen as the problem area being representative of the national trends. It was found that the main means of accumulation of property for the formation of larger farm units in Deuel County was by ownership, followed by renting, farming partnerships, corporations, and to a lesser degree custom farming. Indications from the study suggest that the formation of farm corporations, although new to the agricultural scene, may be increased in the future.
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