Farm records and accounts: Adequate financial records are essential to good management and successful farming
Author AffiliationsArthur Shultis is Farm Management Specialist, Extension Service, and Associate on the Giannini Foundation, Berkeley.
Hilgardia 3(4):12-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v003n04p12. April 1949.
The 60 to 100 hours a year spent by the average farmer in keeping financial records is apt to be the most profitable time he spends.
Shultis A. 1949. Farm records and accounts: Adequate financial records are essential to good management and successful farming. Hilgardia 3(4):12-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v003n04p12
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