2 edition of Irish agricltural production found in the catalog.
Irish agricltural production
Raymond D. Crotty
Reprinted from Irish agricultural production: its volume and structure, by R. D. Crotty, 1958.
|Statement||Raymond D. Crotty.|
|Series||Reprints in Irish studies, history series, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
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This book should provide a valuable source of information for all those interested in the economic and agricultural history of Ireland from the nineteenth century to the present day, from governmental level down to the smallest working farmer.
This approach to the study of the volume and structure of Irish Agricultural production is. Irish agriculture is dominated by family-owned farms. There are almostfarms, with an average land holding of hectares.
Pasture-based farm enterprises dominate, thanks to Ireland’s rich green grass growth for 9 to 10 months a year. As a result, Irish output is.
An historical approach is used in this study of the volume and structure of Irish agricultural production which examines Irish agriculture at successive periods with a view to establishing the important factors determining its evolution.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crotty, Raymond D. Irish agricultural production, its volume and structure. [University College] Cork University Press [©].
In andit was estimated that Irish agricultural output was £ million and national farm income was £22 million - this equates to £ billion and £ billion respectively today.
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