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Economic Report on Scottish Agriculture 2015

Economic Report on Scottish Agriculture 2015 presenting an overall picture of Scottish agriculture using data from the various agricultural surveys that RESAS manage.

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Table C25 Number of holdings, total and average from Standard Outputs(1), total and average Standard Labour Requirement(2) by region and sub-region, June 2014

 

Holdings

Standard Outputs (£)

Standard Labour Requirements

Total from SO

Total from SO

(average £ per holding)

Total SLR

Average SLR

per holding

North West:

20,533

167,186,211

8,142

6,664

0.325

Shetland

1,818

11,689,650

6,430

747

0.411

Orkney

1,984

34,624,671

17,452

919

0.463

Eileanan an Iar

6,420

9,322,335

1,452

446

0.070

Highland

10,311

111,549,555

10,819

4,552

0.441

North East:

8,858

372,503,067

42,053

7,532

0.850

Grampian

8,858

372,503,067

42,053

7,532

0.850

South East:

9,233

800,440,607

86,693

17,389

1.883

Tayside

3,668

388,860,585

106,014

8,443

2.302

Fife

1,535

131,257,275

85,510

2,269

1.478

Lothian

1,519

101,605,729

66,890

1,920

1.264

Scottish Borders

2,511

178,717,018

71,174

4,757

1.895

South West:

13,653

573,487,659

42,005

15,104

1.106

East Central

1,529

44,102,152

28,844

1,295

0.847

Argyll & Bute

1,978

44,153,570

22,322

1,807

0.913

Clyde Valley

3,212

92,691,993

28,858

2,559

0.797

Ayrshire

2,827

127,417,151

45,072

3,099

1.096

Dumfries & Galloway

4,107

265,122,792

64,554

6,344

1.545

Scotland

52,277

1,913,617,544

36,605

46,689

0.893

(1) Standard Outputs (SO) represent the estimated farm-gate worth (£s) of crops and animals without taking account of the costs incurred in production.

(2) Standard Labour Requirements represent the estimated full-time equivalent (FTE) labour required to farm the crops and animals on the holding1 Standard Labour Requirement (FTE) = 1900 hours per year.

N.B. Individual values may not sum to the total due to rounding.

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