economic view of farming in the north west. by University of Manchester. School of Economic Studies. Farm Business Unit, Centre for Agriculture, Food and Resource Economics.

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Statementeditor John Farrer.
SeriesBulletin / University of Manchester, Farm Business unit -- 241/FBS 84, Bulletin -- 241/FBS 84., Bulletin (University of Manchester, Farm Business unit) -- 241/FBS 84.
ContributionsFarrar, John.
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Pagination123p. :
Number of Pages123
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Open LibraryOL16196845M
ISBN 101871542359

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