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Publication - Statistics Publication

Economic Report on Scottish Agriculture, 2016

Published: 14 Jun 2016
ISBN:
9781786522276

Presents an overall picture of Scottish agriculture using data from the various agricultural surveys that RESAS manage.

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Contents
Economic Report on Scottish Agriculture, 2016
Table B10 Sources and levels of non-farming income (1) (2014-15 prices): 2010-11 to 2014-15

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Table B10 Sources and levels of non-farming income (1) (2014-15 prices): 2010-11 to 2014-15

Farm type Sample year Number of farms in sample ( OFI) FBI per unpaid labour ( FTE) OFI (farmer and spouse) OFI per unpaid labour ( FTE) (2) % of OFI from employment and/or self-employment % of OFI from investments, pensions and other
Specialist sheep LFA 2010-11 41 21,113 7,137 5,589 60 40
2011-12 40 23,400 5,045 4,155 80 20
2012-13 42 17,980 9,270 7,689 65 35
2013-14 41 20,290 9,568 7,877 45 55
2014-15 38 9,269 12,145 9,563 42 58
Specialist cattle ( LFA) 2010-11 143 25,992 10,012 6,907 55 45
2011-12 136 29,733 10,037 6,838 55 45
2012-13 135 18,366 8,860 5,939 60 40
2013-14 133 16,992 9,692 6,577 60 40
2014-15 135 17,832 10,451 7,258 65 35
Other cattle and sheep ( LFA) (3) 2010-11 57 27,684 13,675 9,517 80 20
2011-12 58 24,484 11,209 6,742 75 25
2012-13 53 12,979 12,102 7,542 75 25
2013-14 57 16,143 9,501 5,920 70 30
2014-15 54 16,468 9,780 6,151 60 40
Cereals 2010-11 48 46,775 9,640 7,187 40 60
2011-12 55 47,884 6,827 5,181 55 45
2012-13 55 18,364 8,472 5,734 50 50
2013-14 66 18,140 10,010 4,524 45 55
2014-15 65 12,112 10,063 7,510 56 44
General cropping 2010-11 61 58,214 7,017 7,323 35 65
2011-12 63 38,628 10,026 5,029 30 70
2012-13 61 41,805 12,205 6,071 40 60
2013-14 55 26,609 12,135 7,274 30 70
2014-15 58 19,952 8,236 6,101 41 59
Dairy 2010-11 48 41,508 5,897 2,981 70 30
2011-12 54 45,006 5,072 2,687 75 25
2012-13 51 23,520 4,810 2,443 70 30
2013-14 45 39,395 4,967 2,424 70 30
2014-15 47 33,896 5,937 2,939 78 22
Lowland cattle and sheep 2010-11 31 29,070 12,111 7,976 80 20
2011-12 29 22,756 11,501 7,518 85 15
2012-13 29 12,213 8,883 5,939 70 30
2013-14 27 16,909 10,013 6,923 60 40
2014-15 29 17,424 10,682 7,266 66 34
Mixed 2010-11 72 35,962 11,523 7,227 60 40
2011-12 75 32,991 11,027 7,133 60 40
2012-13 74 21,175 11,678 7,090 65 35
2013-14 71 17,941 11,809 6,960 65 35
2014-15 72 7,102 14,210 8,772 58 42
All types 2010-11 503 29,492 9,513 5,614 60 40
2011-12 512 32,293 8,915 6,104 60 40
2012-13 502 21,323 9,765 6,605 60 40
2013-14 495 20,918 10,025 6,782 55 45
2014-15 498 15,534 10,810 7,304 58 42

(1) Off-farm Income is only collected for farmers and their spouse as the midpoint of the range in which their income falls.

(2) OFI per unpaid labour FTE shows what finance is available to the farmer and their spouse that could supplement FBI per unpaid labour, it is not necessarily used for this purpose.

(3) Other cattle and sheep ( LFA) excludes farms identified as specialist sheep or specialist cattle.


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