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|Title: ||Analysis of capital returns of mini-estate Mulong-Lating (Kedah)|
|Authors: ||Nik Hashim Mustapha|
|Issue Date: ||1991|
|Citation: ||Jurnal Ekonomi Malaysia (Malaysia) (no.24), p. 69-90|
|Abstract: ||Mini-estate padi (MEP) Mulong-Lating project is an effort geared toward agricultural modernization that brings changes in farm management and structure. The enlargement of farm size with support of proper management enables the use of farm mechanization, thus farm labour utilization will be reduced. The study revealed that MEP Mulong-Lating succeeded in attaining higher yield and was operating beyond the break even point. However, the success benefited farmers who owned larger shares. Small farmers failed to generate sufficient returns from their farms. Attractive returns procured by MEP Mulong-Lating project were attributable to increasing production and price subsidies: The MEP project was generating at a decreasing average cost|
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