Publication - Statistics

Total Income from Farming Estimates for Scotland, 2016-18

Published: 29 Jan 2019
Directorate:
Agriculture and Rural Delivery Directorate
Part of:
Farming and rural, Statistics
ISBN:
9781787815513

Initial estimates of net income from farming in Scotland for 2018, and revisions to estimates for previous years.

Contents
Total Income from Farming Estimates for Scotland, 2016-18
Scotland has similar levels of income from farming to Wales and North East England

Scotland has similar levels of income from farming to Wales and North East England

Total Income from Farming per hectare, by NUTS1 region (selected regions), 2017

Scotland has similar levels of income from farming to Wales and North East England

The UK is divided into 11 regions, including Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and eight English regions. These are referred to by the EU as NUTS1 areas.

Total income from farming per hectare in Scotland, 2017 - £119 per hectare

Total Income from Farming in Scotland was similar, per hectare, to that in Wales and the least productive of England’s regions, North East England. Northern Ireland had similar levels of income per hectare to England as a whole, but with some regions of England much higher.

The region with the highest income, the East of England, generated £762 per hectare, over six times greater than Scotland.


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