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Timber harvesting and revenue in farm forests in relation to management goals and size of operation

, : Timber harvesting and revenue in farm forests in relation to management goals and size of operation. Mitteilungen, Forstliche Versuchs und Forschungsanstalt, Baden Wurttemberg (94): v + 121

Surveys were made in 1975 and 1977 of 181 mixed agriculture/forestry (10-200 ha) operations in 6 regions of Baden-Wurtemberg. In general, larger forest holdings (more than about 50 ha) tended to be viewed as providing a major contribution to current income: this situation was more common in the central Black Forest region than in other regions. Smaller forest holdings tended to be viewed as providing a 'savings bank' function.

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