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Subject Terms

SUBJECTS
    Names:
    • Farm Family Decision Making Project.
    • United States.Dept. of Agriculture.
    Subjects:
    • Agricultural colleges.
    • Agricultural conservation.
    • Agricultural credit.
    • Agricultural education.
    • Agricultural extension work.
    • Agricultural laborers.
    • Agricultural laws and legislation.
    • Agricultural machinery--Maintenance and repair.
    • Agricultural resources.
    • Agriculture--Accidents.
    • Agriculture--Costs.
    • Agriculture--Documentation.
    • Agriculture--Finance.
    • Agriculture--Information services.
    • Agriculture--Labor productivity.
    • Agriculture--Social aspects.
    • Agriculture--Taxation--Law and legislation.
    • Agriculture--Iowa.
    • Agriculture--New York (State)
    • Apprentices.
    • Communication in agriculture.
    • Conflict of generations.
    • Crop rotation.
    • Culture conflict.
    • Dairying.
    • Decision making.
    • Domestic relations.
    • Drainage.
    • Employee selection.
    • Employees, Training of.
    • Families--Longitudinal studies.
    • Family corporations.
    • Family farms.
    • Family recreation.
    • Farm buildings.
    • Farm corporations.
    • Farm equipment.
    • Farm income.
    • Farm life.
    • Farm management.
    • Farm management--Decision making.
    • Farm management--Records and correspondence.
    • Farm partnership.
    • Farm risk.
    • Farm supplies.
    • Farmers.
    • Farmers--Family relationships.
    • Farmers--Nutrition.
    • Farmers--Supplementary employment.
    • Farmers' spouses.
    • Farmhouses.
    • Farms--Accounting.
    • Farms--Taxation.
    • Farms, Size of.
    • Father-son operating agreements.
    • Hill farming.
    • Home economics extension work.
    • Inheritance tax.
    • Intergenerational relations.
    • Interpersonal conflict.
    • Job satisfaction.
    • Land use, Rural.
    • Landlord and tenant.
    • Mate selection.
    • Milking machines.
    • Non-formal education.
    • Part-time farming.
    • Quality of work life.
    • Rural women.
    • Rural families.
    • Saving and investment.
    • Self-evaluation.
    • Sex role.
    • Silage machinery.
    • Soil conservation.
    • Soils.
    • Success.
    • Tillage.
    • Women in agriculture.
    • Work.
    • Work and family.
    • Work measurement.
    • 4-H clubs.
    Form and Genre Terms:
    • Oral histories.