As an entrepreneur, the farmer combines labour and capital in the hope of profits, but always with the risk of losses. This book contains a comprehensive guide on making profits and avoiding losses in a farming enterprise, with information on the business, marketing, and economics required for the running of a successful farm. Written in clear, concise language and full of invaluable information for the prospective or existing farmer, this text constitutes a must-read for those interested, and is not to be missed by collectors of antiquarian literature of this ilk. The chapters of this book include: 'Farm Labour Income Defined', 'Size of Business as Affecting Receipts and Profits', 'Size of Business Related to Labour Income', 'Size of Business Related to Labour Income on Poultry Farms', 'Relation of Total Receipts Per Farm', 'Other Factors to Labour', 'Income on Fruit and Vegetable Farms', etcetera. We are proudly republishing this book now complete with a new introduction on farming.