Is Counting Farmers Harder than Counting Sheep? A Comparison of the Agricultural Statistical Systems of Australia, the United States and France

Is Counting Farmers Harder than Counting Sheep? A Comparison of the Agricultural Statistical Systems of Australia, the United States and France

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As has recently been observed for a range of different issues, agricultural statistical systems play a crucial role in informing policy and business decisions, and the absence of reliable statistics can result in considerable uncertainty and poor decision-making. The research report, Is counting farmers harder than counting sheep? A comparison of the agricultural statistical systems of Australia, the United States and France, involved a desktop study of the government agricultural statistical systems of Australia, the United States (US) and France

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