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Agriculture Ecomomics

Sources of Agricultural Finance

Agricultural finance

Defination: Agricultural finance is the provision of multiple types of services dedicated to supporting both on- and off-farm agricultural activities and businesses including input provision, production, and distribution, wholesale, processing and marketing. Sources of Agricultural Finance: This can be divided into two categories: (i) Non-institutional sources. (ii) Institutional sources (i) Non-Institutional sources …

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Agricultural Economics:

Agricultural Economics:

Agricultural Economics: The word” agriculture” comes from Latin words “ager” referring to the soil and “cultura” to its cultivation. Agriculture in its widest sense can be defined as the cultivation and/or production of crop plants or livestock products. It is synonymous with farming the field dependent production of food, fodder …

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Land Development Banks

Land Development Banks

Land Development Banks The advent of new innovations in agricultural technology, increasing demand for food with population explosion, profitability in commercial agriculture, attractive price for exportable agricultural commodities, etc., made the farmers to realize that agriculture could also be taken up as an industry by effecting improvement on land for …

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Co-operation 

Co-operation 

Co-operation  According to Calvert, “Co-operation is a specialized form of economic organization in which people voluntarily associate together on a basis of equality for the promotion of their common economic interests”. A Co-operative Society is an enterprise formed and directed by an association of users, applying within itself, the rules …

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AGRICULTURAL FINANCE

AGRICULTURAL FINANCE

Introduction Farm finance has become an important input due to the advent of capital intensive agricu1tural technologies. Farmers require capital in order to enhance the productivities of various farm resources. Indian agriculture, in general, is characterized by low and uncertain returns. In order to break the vicious cycle of low …

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REGIONAL RURAL BANKS

RURAL BANK

REGIONAL RURAL BANKS The need for evolving a hybrid type of credit agency which combines the resource orientation of the commercial banks and the rural orientation of the co-operatives has been expressed in the reports of a few of the committees which have looked into rural credit problems. To review …

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