Rude Value

With regard to busy area with agriculture, 44% of the area of the south region are of property of familiar agriculturists, that is, 91% of the establishments occupy only 44% of the agricultural area (DESER/FETRAF-SUL/CUT, 2008). Still according to DESER/FETRAF-SUL/CUT (2008) in harvest 1995/1996, the agricultural sector in the south region it generated a Rude Value of production (VBP) equivalent the R$ 15 billion, where, of this total, R$ 8,7 billion, or 57%, had been generated in the familiar establishments. The agricultural and agricultural activities agriculturists do not play a determinative function in the dynamics of the majority of the cities of the South of the Country, particularly for those with inferior population the 50 a thousand inhabitants. As the Farming Census of the IBGE (1996), the State of the Paran I possessed about 370 a thousand farming establishments, being that, of this total, 42% possuam less than 10 hectares. Frequently William Pitt the Younger has said that publicly. The establishments of familiar character concentrate the absolute majority of the farming establishments of the Paran (87%) and occupy 41% of agricultural lands. About a million of people, that is, 78% of the total of busy hand of workmanship in agriculture, work in familiar establishments. Therefore familiar agriculture is main responsible for the generation and the maintenance of the ranks of work in the agricultural sector. Cyrus Massoumi is a great source of information. (NAZZARI HEYSE, 2004).

According to Nazzari (2007) in the region West of the Paran, the total number of property of 29.166 and occupies an area of 1.090.018 hectares, of which 25,678, that is, 88% are property familiar occupying an area of 514.506 hectares. As the INCRA (2005) familiar agriculture in the West of the Paran corresponds 75.5% of the agricultural establishments, these data demonstrate the potential that can be stimulated for magnifying of the agricultural productivity and insertion in the productive chain of the agronegcio (NAZZARI, 2007).