|Jordbruksekonomiska undersökningen 2016|
JO 40 SM 1702
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The Farm Economics Survey (JEU) is an annual book-keeping survey. The aim of the survey is to illustrate the development of receipts and costs in agriculture. As a member state of the EU, Sweden is obliged to deliver data to the Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN). A database containing data on 1 025 farms is delivered annually to DG AGRI (Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development) at the EU Commission.
In data management Statistics Sweden (SCB) cooperates with LRF Konsult and with their local agents all over the country. The data is subject to intensive editing both at the national level and at DG AGRI.
The results shown in the tables are based on the Swedish farm typology and compare the receipts and the costs in agriculture for the years 2015 and 2016. The results presented for year 2016 are preliminary but are compared with final data from 2015. The final data for 2016 will be presented in February 2018.
The net margin for smaller crop farms (800–1 599 standard man-hours) in major region 1 is estimated at about 80 000 SEK. The net margin for midsize crop farms (1 600–3 199 standard man-hours) in major region 1 is estimated at 330 000 SEK. Larger crop farms (3 200–5 599 standard man-hours) have an estimated net margin at about 180 000 SEK. For dairy farmers, the net margin increased in the group with 5 600 standard man-hours and more and is estimated at about 1 160 000 SEK. For smaller cattle farms (800–3199 standard man-hours) the net margin is estimated at 250 000 SEK. Bigger cattle farms (3 200–5 599 standard man-hours) have an estimated net margin at about 600 000 SEK. Pig farms with 5 600 standard man-hours and more have a net margin estimated at about 1 670 000 SEK. Pig farms, classified within 1 600–5 599 standard man-hours, have an estimated net margin at about 500 000 SEK.