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Comal 00 lonf ♦ ■ Annual company otoclrholder reports and pro? MA » Hoc ar^Ucaiila, Soarai; 1964 Canaua of Atrlcultura. ^e serye JS- by the f2U3tt8« ^» ' Corporate secrecy is important, because its practice: prevents ;^unners "and the public from knowing all they need to Know in order to understsmd, evaluate and make policy ^ecis^ons on linportant cultur^, .political and econc»nic matters which affect the welfare and fut)iire of the country, ^ o *' . Furtharwora, thaia f«niii oparatad 273% fawar avcr^ga acraa than Sfam corporations clasalflad as , Ii SIF'i. oach, "faally" far« corporations ara a dlatlnct Minority of all corporations with agricultural production and ars a irsat daal aaallsr than thosa farms classlflad ss^^faslly" or "corporats"* Ths wajor axplanatlon for^hes« dlffarancas, of courss, la tha, fact Ii SIF'a and LTFFU ware classlflad hy the USDA In the family owned category.

''I Ueattoi M» San teandro, Calif.; Jacktonville, Fla.; H«' b«ken, N|,; tkui HHW Tex. ■ - , • * poratad farm chiiractsristlcs, * 'ft Tha USDA c Xassif ioation procsdurts not only rasultad in m Inf latad parcsntaga of ^family'* farm corporations, thay also rasultad in t^a obaarvatlon of amall dif- - • • ,• • farancas batwaan farms Intarpretad a A "family" and "nonfamily" farms.

3, The accuracy with which legally incorporated farms were .enumerated «ppear G quite low .4 * t 20 H. The per Gcntages of all incorp Gratcd farm operations in-fer- proted ao incorporated "family" (FF) farms Kao been groooly t overefitlrtatcd ? The UGfi A'Clasoification prdeci^dures reducci^apparent* f Aiount of difference between* "family" and "nonfamily" farm corporations ^ • • 27 10. ' \ The USDA farm types have no necessary relationship whatsoever to the four farm types suggested by this speaker.

The ac Guraey of fjpecifying averaie incorpo Vated f«; Tn characteristics and their totals appears quite low 21 . It io not poa Sibl Q to diotinguioh between "family" farma which bavo incorporated and incorporated "nonfamily'** or * * "corporate" (li GIF) farms. She classification of farm ccsrporatlons by typey of Jjuoinfcos intcreoto io uhinterpretablo 2^ 8. a***** 3,2^ s , The Census of Agriculture and the UCDA ERG Cui^vey Compared. The Wisconsin research found 56% of all individual and family owned farm corporations had 50% or more of their total labor provided by hired workers. f&nily" farm is uied, then less than half of all USDA farm corporations would be classified as such.

The X966 USDA ERG Surv#y of Incorporated Farms X7 X« The Importance of USDA survey and Ita Findings • XI t|. "^ An apiphb^elft: effect of asking this par- * ■ " . ticular question was that other business interests for both the individual owners and the corporation were" provided, when available,, for those corporations owned ^ by an individual or family; but in the case Of other owned corporations, only the other business interests of the corporation Were provided.

What la their trend In numbers -Und characteriitica? What ef/ects^wl XX accompany^ a trend- toward t^iem? The statuh of research on the effects of ^a change from "fami Xy" to "corporate*' (LGIF) farm*. Farm changes with poa^ib Xe connunity effecta * ^" 3 \ Other research relevant to the effects of a change froei *'faml Xy" ^to "corporate" (LSIF) f*? A-^Review of Fotu* Hajor Studlfs on "Corporate" (t Gl F) Farms^ «...«..« X7 A. This fact raises questions about the number of "non-* farm", "corporate" or LSIF»a found by the USDA, the numjaer of "family" farm cor- porations found and what the differences are between these two groups of farms* EMC ■221 3270 ■ . The specific sct»eening questions asked to elicit this information was "Does thi* person or firm have any other business interests in this countcy^ or elsewhere, in addition to agricultural operations?

The tendency has-been tp equate indiyi-* dual and family owned farm corporations with "family" farm corporations and other owned with "nonfamily" or "corporate" farms* In terms of past definitions of •^family" farrals or that suggested by this speaker , these equations would be quite incorrect.