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Effects of tenure on farm improvements

Paul W Barkley

Effects of tenure on farm improvements

based on a study of farms in southwestern Iowa, northeastern Nebraska

by Paul W Barkley

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Published by Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Kansas State University in Manhattan [Kan.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Farm tenancy -- United States,
  • Landlord and tenant -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBulletin 454, May 1963
    ContributionsPine, Wilfred H,, Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Manhattan
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD1511 U5 B36
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31p.
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16525895M


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Home IFPRI Publications Effects of land tenure on agricultural productivity and the environment IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Effects of land tenure on agricultural productivity and the environment. View Description. Page Flip View: Download: small (x max) medium (x max) Large.

Extra Large. tenure reform typically refers to the legal changes in the form of land tenure intended to enhance security of tenure with a view to enhancing productivity and encouraging better land conservation practices. In brief, the land reforms are concentrated to food security, greater equity, productivity, betterFile Size: KB.

The current farm law, the Agriculture Improvement Act of ( Farm Act), was signed on Decemand will remain in force throughalthough some provisions extend beyond The Farm Act makes few major changes in agricultural and food policy.

Nutrition policy, particularly the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance. farm size, had a positive influence in on-farm investment and were also statistically significant. On the other side, factors such as land tenure security, age, gender, household income and access to markets did not have any influence and were not statistically significant.

The effects of tenure security on fixed investment were found to be mixed, for example with no significant effects in Somalia (Roth, Unruh, & Barrows, b) and Senegal (Golan, ), but positive effects in Uganda (Roth, Cochrane, & Kisamba-Mugerwa, a) and Rwanda (Blarel, ) on certain types of by: A lot of farmers farm on land owned by the state.

In Africa particularly, a lot of farming—up to 90 percent—is done on land held under customary tenure regimes, where land rights are not certified formally. Under customary tenure, people gain access to land as a social right, granted by virtue of their membership in a community.

Results showed that the customary tenure arrangement is the most important way by which farm households gain access and manage land in the zone. On the average, households cultivated less than two. Since all agricultural systems depend on land, the ownership of, or access to, agricultural land becomes crucial in the consideration of factors which determine agricultural land-use systems.

The land tenure system affects agricultural land use and prospects for by: 2. Recent research (see Farmland Values, Land Ownership, and Returns to Farmland,February ) also suggests that the effects of changes in farmland values have different effects on farmers who own, versus rent, the land in their operation.

For example, landowners increase their real-estate-secured debt. In simple terms, land tenure systems determine who can use what resources for how long, and under what conditions. Land tenure is an important part of social, political and economic structures.

It is multi-dimensional, bringing into play social, technical, economic, institutional, legal and political aspects that are often ignored but must be taken into account.