By N. M. Idaikkadar
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In administering tax collection, returns are sent by tax officers at the village level to their superior officers and these officers in turn to their superior officers till summaries are made available at regional/provincial/ national levels. When the time came for collecting crop areas on a systematic basis after World War II the Governments made use of these returns to extract the needed data. In due course special forms were prepared for this purpose and used by officers at the village level, to collect the data needed on areas cropped and other data on agricultural statistics.
Percentage of calves retained for the breeding stock within a generation); (7) Data necessary for short and medium term forecasts; (8) Information needed for agricultural accounts (inter-regional trade, increase in livestock numbers). livestock population is subject to marked seasonal fluctuations resulting in maximum and minimum numbers within the course of the year. Hence in annual collection of livestock numbers, two enquiries are suggested. It would be desirable to investigate more frequently the number of those species considered to be of special economic interest and of greatest seasonal variation, such as pigs and poultry.
1 Area Measurements General For very accurate area measurements, trained surveyors and expensive equipment are needed. Not many developing countries can afford such high expenditure for statistical purposes and even when they can afford it takes considerable time to cover the whole country. We have therefore to resort to cheaper and quicker methods which the statistical field staff can apply without much difficulty. Area measurement is quite simple when maps and plans of the ground to be studied are available.
Agricultural Statistics. A Handbook for Developing Countries by N. M. Idaikkadar