As increasing income is closely related to resource development, the Agri-Business Day Program was structured to include a consideration of resources most directly influencing levels of personal income. This program was divided into three major parts. The first primarily concerned ways to expand economic activity and higher levels of income through development of human resources. Human resource development was placed at the head of the program as it is recognized that all economic development has its inception in the thinking processes of man. The second part of the program was built around ways of generating income through the development of physical resources. The potentials for increasing income from crops, livestock, processing and marketing, and from recreational development were treated in separate presentations. The third and final part was designed to show how income can be generated through sound management. Aspects of major importance in management were pointed out in three presentations—one on business management, one on financial management, and the last on tax management.
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South Dakota State University
South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and Department of Economics, South Dakota State University, "Increasing Income from South Dakota Resources: Papers Presented at the Third Annual Agri-Business Day" (1964). Agricultural Experiment Station Agricultural Economics Pamphlets (1941-1991). 133.