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Farm wife” may not always be an acceptable term, as women also are principal operators or joint prin cipal operators. , just as an adult would. 2 Principal Operator Approximately 70% of the principal operators of family farms in developed countries are male. However, the percentage of women principal operators has been growing over the past two dec ades. In most operations, the principal operator 19 puts in the majority of hours of work on the farm and they typically are older than the general mean of the workforce in their country.
However, even in industrialized countries the agricultural sector is a significant portion of the total workforce. 2 Ha, and 95% are family farms (50, 51). 2 million farms (2007), and Canada has about 229,000 farms (2006) (52–54). Australia has 135,000 farms (2011) (55), and New Zealand had 78,549 farms in 2012 (56). In order to comprehend the demographics of the agricultural workforce, it is important to understand the evolving structure and termi nology used within the agricultural industry.
Most health profes sionals who practice in rural areas have to learn about these issues through on‐the‐job experience or informal continuing education. Although sev eral medical schools train rural physicians, few teach agricultural medicine as a component of that training. There are exceptions that include agricultural medicine training for medical stu dents aiming at rural practice. These programs include the University of Alabama (39), the University of Nebraska, and the University of Iowa (40, 41).