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Agricultural machinery service provision business: a business model for return migrant workers

Creator: Prajapati, A.
Year: 2021
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10883/21618
Format: pdf
Language: English
Publisher: CSISA
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Type: Book
Country focus: SOUTH ASIA
Place of Publication: Kathmandu (Nepal)
Pages: iv, 16 pages
Description: Agricultural machinery service provision businesses at the individual level, providing services for crop production, harvesting, post-harvest operations, processing, and transportation, is a somewhat new concept in the context of Nepal. Most of these service provision businesses are owned and managed by the same person. Managing a service provision business means overseeing a hire service with a primary business orientation, unlike, for example, a farmer with a machine who additionally provides services to neighbors. This orientation helps to ensure that activities and tasks are completed effectively and efficiently.
Agrovoc: FARM EQUIPMENT
Agrovoc: ENTERPRISES
Agrovoc: MODELS
Agrovoc: VALUE CHAINS


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    Including topics such as farming systems, markets, impact & targeting, innovations, and GIS

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