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Farm Accounts and Farm Management - With Information on Book Keeping, Records, Arithmetic and Mapping the Farm

Farm Accounts and Farm Management - With Information on Book Keeping, Records, Arithmetic and Mapping the Farm

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Farm Accounts and Farm Management - With Information on Book Keeping, Records, Arithmetic and Mapping the Farm

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31 pagine
26 minuti
Pubblicato:
Mar 6, 2013
ISBN:
9781447489337
Formato:
Libro

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This volume contains a guide to running a successful and profitable farm, focusing on account keeping. The management of money is one of the most important factors of farming, and this volume aims to walk the reader through what must be done and avoided to ensure fiscal success. “Farm Accounts and Farm Management” will be of considerable utility to prospective and existing farmers alike, and it not to be missed by collectors of vintage farming literature. Contents include: “Agriculture Follows Nature Study”, “Not Enough Bookkeeping on the Farm”, “The Inventory”, “Characteristics of a Good Set of Books”, “Teach Children to Make Inventories”, “Farm Records”, “Milk Records”, “Teach Girls Household Accounting”, etc. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new introduction on farming.
Pubblicato:
Mar 6, 2013
ISBN:
9781447489337
Formato:
Libro

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Farm Accounts and Farm Management - With Information on Book Keeping, Records, Arithmetic and Mapping the Farm - Arthur D. Cromwell

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FARM ACCOUNTS AND FARM MANAGEMENT

Agriculture Follows Nature Study.—Agriculture is for the older pupils what nature study is for the younger ones. Among the don’ts for the teacher of agriculture is the one which says: Don’t try to teach all of the pupils agriculture. Leave something that is new and fresh for the older pupils. Leading thinkers seem to agree that agriculture should not be given before the seventh and eighth grades. This is certainly true of the work outlined in this chapter. If we were sure that the children would go to high school, we would advocate leaving the farm bookkeeping until the high school is reached. The agricultural economics is given to suggest lines of reading for the boy who has left school or who is in the high school. Some of our present work in arithmetic can be abridged and the farm bookkeeping given to advantage.

Not Enough Bookkeeping on the Farm.—Children cannot, as a general thing, learn bookkeeping from imitation on the farm. Very few farmers keep a good set of books. But with the passing of our cheap land, better business management must come or the farmer go down in the struggle. The average farmer does not like to keep books, his hands are hard and stiff, he has not enough of the bookkeeping to do to make it interesting, and he often lacks a convenient place to keep his books. He has never done enough bookkeeping to give him that certainty or accuracy which makes work attractive. There are a number of reasons why we should adopt the French system and have the women keep the books. Women are naturally careful, economical and conservative. Women often have the time and

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