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The results showed that farm size, measured in the number of sows, significantly and positively affected all efficiency scores, suggesting that larger farms are more efficienct. In a study by Helfand and Levine (2004), the relationship between technical output-oriented efficiency (calculated with data envelopment analysis) and farm size, measured in terms of the number of hectares, were assessed in farms in Brazil. The effect of farm size was considered both in linear form and in squared form, the latter to capture the possible effects on non-linearity.
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