Agriculture In The United Kingdom, 2003
The Stationery Office, 2004 - Business & Economics - 166 pages
This is the 16th edition in the series of reports on economic conditions of the UK agriculture industry. The Government will draw on this information when considering policy issues, including proposals by the European Commission in respect of the Common Agricultural Policy and the provision for agricultural support. Chapters look at: key events in 2003; farming income and agriculture in the economy; the structure of the industry; trade; prices; commodities; organic farming; accounts; productivity; subsidies; conservation and land management; environmental issues; and public expenditure on agriculture.
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Farming income and agriculture in the economy
The structure of the industry
Conservation and land management
Public expenditure on agriculture
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2003 provisional Arable Area Payments Area thousand hectares assets basic prices beef breeding Calendar capital formation cattle cent cereals Change in stocks Chart Consumption of fixed Countryside crops dairy decreased Defra website eggs Enquiries Environment European size units excluding expenditure Exports farm income farmers feed and drink fell fertiliser foot-and-mouth disease Gross value added habitats holder home-fed production http://statistics.defra.gov.uk/esg impacts Imports Income from Farming increased inputs intermediate consumption land Less Favoured Area livestock Melanie Riley milk million National Northern Ireland Number Number of Percent oilseed rape pigs plants potatoes poultry Premium real terms rent rose Scotland Scottish Executive seeds set-aside sheep Special Scientific Interest SSSIs Statistics subsidies on production Thousand tonnes unless tonnes unless otherwise total factor productivity Total Income total new supply UK agriculture unless otherwise specified value of production vegetables Volume of harvested Welsh Assembly Government wheat