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Because many farmers also work off-farm, they may have another set of identities. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to acknowledge my colleagues Egil Petter Straete, Bjorn Egil Flo, Jostein Vik, and Frank Egil Holm, who took part in the three-year research project on Norwegian joint farming, ﬁnanced by Norwegian Research Council (2004–2006). Thanks also to Hilde Bjørkhaug for valuable comments to a draft of this chapter and to Carol Richards and Kiah Smith for their editorial work. REFERENCES Alma˚s, R.
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