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  1. #1 specialized farm advantages and disadvantages-Author:mr.sijish nambiar 
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    Hi medicinal plants cultivator,

    SPECIALIZED FARMING:

    When a farm is organized for the production of a single commodity and this
    commodity is the only source of income, the farm is said to be specialized.

    The major enterprise contributes more than 50% of the total farm income.
    Examples are sugarcane farm, cotton farm, poultry farm, dairy farm, wheat farm etc

    Advantages:
    1. Better use of land
    2. Better marketing
    3. Better management
    4. Improved skill and efficiency
    5. Economical to maintain costly machinery
    6. Less requirement of labour

    Disadvantages:
    1. Greater risk
    2. Soil fertility cannot be maintained
    3. By products cannot be fully utilized
    4. Income is received once or twice in a year
    5. Knowledge about enterprises becomes limited.

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    hi
    wht's difference between
    specialised and mixed farming systems?
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