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The value of agricultural output is expected to increase by 16.2 % in 2007 compared to 2006. Crop output is expected to increase by 39.6 % while animal output is expected to decrease by 0.6 %.
The total harvest of cereals is expected to increase by 23 % in 2007 compared to 2006 according to preliminary figures. The harvest of cereals is in line with the average of the last five years. The yield per hectare of all cereal crops has been higher than they were during 2006, when the yield was unusually low. The area of cereals increased by 2 % in 2007 compared with 2006. The price of cereals is expected to increase by 76 % in 2007.
The harvest of rape and turnip rape is about the same as last year, which is 19 % above the average for the last five years. The increase is mainly attributable to the more growing of autumn rape. The price of oil seeds is expected to increase by 16 % in 2007 compared to 2006.
The average prices of cattle and pigs have decreased somewhat in 2007. The prices of poultry are about the same as they were in 2006.
The slaughtering of cattle decreased somewhat in 2007 while the slaughtering of pigs are about the same as last year.
The quantity of milk delivered to wholesalers is about the same as last year. The price of milk is expected to increase somewhat in 2007 compared to 2006.
The output of the agricultural industry in basic prices is expected to increase by 14.4 % in 2007 compared to 2006. Crop output increased a lot while animal output decreased slightly. The increase of cereals is substantial, due to an increase in both prices and volume. Forage plants is also expected to increase due to an increase in price and volume in 2007. Industrial crops are expected to decrease due to a decrease of both price and volume of sugar beets. In animal production, the value of cattle, pigs, equines and milk have decreased. Other fields of animal production are expected to increase in 2007.
The factor income of agriculture is expected to increase by 17.7 % in 2007 compared with 2006. The factor income is calculated as the sum of production value and direct subsidies less the expenses of intermediate consumption and fixed capital consumption. The production value is expected to increase while the direct subsidies are expected to decrease somewhat in 2007. Intermediate consumption and fixed capital consumption are expected to increase in 2007.