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Ownership, replacement policy and contractors

  • Bill Butterworth
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Abstract

Farming traditionally has used its own money. It has financed improvements largely from its own profits. Farmers generally like to feel that they are not ‘beholden’ to anybody and so they defer buying until the business generates the cash to carry out the purchase. At the opposite extreme is the Harvard Business School which has long argued that you should never use your own money in business; always use somebody else’s.

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© Case Tractors 1984

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