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This aim of this publication aim is to define and put into perspective the relationships between agricultural mechanization and overall national development objectives in the developing countries, and to provide guidelines for appropriate mechanization strategy formulation.
These guidelines are concerned with one aspect of aftersales service: that of agricultural machinery parts. Some farmers enjoy aftersales service which enables them to maintain and operate their machinery without undue inconvenience throughout its working life.
This publication is intended to point out the factors contributing to the proper organization of servicing structures, analyse them, quantify the problems and provide guidelines along which a systematic activity can be planned. These guidelines are based on empirical data...
This present volume is the result of a three-way cooperation effort by FAO, Michigan State University, and Deere & Company. It is intended to cover the whole spectrum of Agricultural Engineering training requirements. Its aim is to provide guidance for...
This publication is part of the Integrated Crop Management series, and it focuses specifically on agricultural mechanization, the opportunities provided by mechanization for intensifying production in a sustainable manner, value addition and food systems development, and the inherent opportunities implied...
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