Economic knowledge and comprehension in a Netherlands farming community. by H. H Felstehausen

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Published by Afd. voor Sociale Wetenschappen aan de Landbouwhogeschool in Wageningen .

Written in English

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  • Farm management -- Netherlands,
  • Farmers -- Netherlands -- Bennekom

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LC ClassificationsS562 N4 F45
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Pagination118p.
Number of Pages118
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