5 Results for 'The University of Sydney, Orange, NSW'

PR – An Exploration Of Language For Biodiversity And Regeneration In Australian Agriculture

The language of words is the most commonly used tool in person to person communication and this in turn profoundly reflects and creates an individual’s belief systems and behaviours. In the arena of sustainable production systems for food and fibre ...Read More

PR – An Exploration Of Language For Biodiversity And Regeneration In Australian Agriculture

This study aimed to identify the top performing and the bottom performing family farm businesses based upon business performance, and then compare and contrast the perceptions and attitudes towards acquiring management skills and attributes that lead to improved business performance. Using extensive ...Read More

Attitudes And Family Farm Business Performance

Farms and farming are major contributors to the world economy, directly responsible for a large part of GDP. These achievements are not trivial and imply that farms are being managed in reasonably effective ways, else agricultural industries would not be ...Read More

Where Is Farm Management Going?

Fuzzy logic has been developed to assist decision making when imprecise data is subject to interpretation, and where the boundaries between data classes are indistinct; i.e. when data points can belong to more than one class to varying degrees. This is different ...Read More

Can Fuzzy Logic Assist With Decision Making & Modelling? – Possibilities For Farm & Catchment Management

The environmental impact of industrial agriculture is under close scrutiny, by Governments, concerned citizens, and farmers. This paper discusses the need to incorporate environmental factors in measures of farm performance, as part of the continuous review of long term sustainability. ...Read More