Publication - Statistics

Economic Report on Scottish Agriculture 2015

Published: 12 Jun 2015
ISBN:
9781785443367

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

Economic Report on Scottish Agriculture 2015
Table B10 Sources and levels of non-farming income(1) (2013-14 prices): 2009-10 to 2013-14

Table B10 Sources and levels of non-farming income(1) (2013-14 prices): 2009-10 to 2013-14

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

2009-10

41

27,346

9,075

7,670

65

35

2010-11

41

20,822

7,039

5,512

60

40

2011-12

40

23,079

4,976

4,098

80

20

2012-13

42

17,733

9,142

7,583

65

35

2013-14

41

20,011

9,436

7,769

45

55

Specialist cattle (LFA)

2009-10

140

33,657

10,971

7,539

50

50

2010-11

143

25,635

9,875

6,812

55

45

2011-12

136

29,325

9,899

6,744

55

45

2012-13

135

18,114

8,739

5,858

60

40

2013-14

133

16,759

9,559

6,486

60

40

Other cattle and sheep (LFA)(3)

2009-10

54

31,151

14,350

9,881

75

25

2010-11

57

27,304

13,487

9,386

80

20

2011-12

58

24,147

11,055

6,649

75

25

2012-13

53

12,801

11,936

7,438

75

25

2013-14

57

15,921

9,371

5,839

70

30

Cereals

2009-10

51

22,273

10,685

7,960

40

60

2010-11

48

46,132

9,508

7,089

40

60

2011-12

55

47,226

6,733

5,110

55

45

2012-13

55

18,112

8,356

5,656

50

50

2013-14

66

17,891

9,872

4,462

45

55

General cropping

2009-10

63

20,273

8,028

7,999

25

75

2010-11

61

57,414

6,921

7,222

35

65

2011-12

63

38,097

9,888

4,960

30

70

2012-13

61

41,231

12,038

5,987

40

60

2013-14

55

26,243

11,968

7,174

30

70

Dairy

2009-10

47

42,132

6,692

3,326

65

35

2010-11

48

40,937

5,816

2,940

70

30

2011-12

54

44,388

5,002

2,650

75

25

2012-13

51

23,197

4,744

2,409

70

30

2013-14

45

38,854

4,899

2,390

70

30

Lowland cattle and sheep

2009-10

29

27,651

11,969

8,049

80

20

2010-11

31

28,671

11,945

7,866

80

20

2011-12

29

22,443

11,343

7,415

85

15

2012-13

29

12,045

8,761

5,858

70

30

2013-14

27

16,677

9,876

6,828

60

40

Mixed

2009-10

66

25,095

11,301

7,165

65

35

2010-11

72

35,468

11,365

7,127

60

40

2011-12

75

32,538

10,876

7,035

60

40

2012-13

74

20,884

11,518

6,993

65

35

2013-14

71

17,694

11,646

6,864

65

35

All types

2009-10

493

29,201

10,325

7,199

55

45

2010-11

503

29,087

9,382

5,537

60

40

2011-12

512

31,849

8,792

6,020

60

40

2012-13

502

21,030

9,631

6,515

60

40

2013-14

495

20,631

9,887

6,689

55

45

(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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