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Farm as a Form of Small Agricultural Business in Russia:Advantages and Disadvantages


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1 Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra Nitra, Slovakia
 

Small business in the Russian Federation is actively developing not only in large cities, but also in small rural settlements. This is facilitated by the demand for agricultural products grown in ecologically clean territory. In addition, the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation is developing support programs for rural entrepreneurs, which allows you to start a business without high costs. This paper discusses farming in detail as the form of small agricultural business. The theoretical part involves an analysis of the essence of the concept of a farm, the legislative aspect, the process of opening and the difference from other forms of management. From a practical point of view, the place of farms in the Russian Federation was determined in the structure of agricultural production. The study was conducted by systemic and monographic methods. As a result, the advantages, disadvantages and prospects for the development of farming in Russia were identified.

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Agriculture, Agricultural Business, Farms, Production Structure, Russia.
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Authors

Tatiana Evteeva
Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra Nitra, Slovakia
Patrik Rovny
Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra Nitra, Slovakia
Marek Petrillak
Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra Nitra, Slovakia

Abstract


Small business in the Russian Federation is actively developing not only in large cities, but also in small rural settlements. This is facilitated by the demand for agricultural products grown in ecologically clean territory. In addition, the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation is developing support programs for rural entrepreneurs, which allows you to start a business without high costs. This paper discusses farming in detail as the form of small agricultural business. The theoretical part involves an analysis of the essence of the concept of a farm, the legislative aspect, the process of opening and the difference from other forms of management. From a practical point of view, the place of farms in the Russian Federation was determined in the structure of agricultural production. The study was conducted by systemic and monographic methods. As a result, the advantages, disadvantages and prospects for the development of farming in Russia were identified.

Keywords


Agriculture, Agricultural Business, Farms, Production Structure, Russia.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15759/ijek%2F2019%2Fv7i2%2F190247