TITLE

Poslovni i proizvodni rezultati različitih tipova poljoprivrednih gospodarstava

AUTHOR(S)
ROSIĆ, Katarina; OČIĆ, Vesna; ŠAKIĆ BOBIĆ, Branka
PUB. DATE
October 2016
SOURCE
Journal of Central European Agriculture;2016, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p1360
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN) was established in the EU in 1965 and now it is obligated for all member states of the EU. The system is based on an annual collection of production, economic and financial data from a representative sample of comercial farms, classified into groups according to the criteria of economic farm size, type of agricultural production and regional affiliation. Research made by FADN system represent the European Commission instrument for evaluating the income of agricultural producers and determining the impact of the Common Agricultural Policy of the EU on their business. In this paper the comparison is made between production and economic indicators of different types of agricultural holdings (field crops; horticulture crops; permanent crops, orchards and olive yards; dairy farms; grazing livestock; pig and poultry farms and mixed farms). On the basis of Standard Results for the year 2014 it is possible to conclude that in Croatia field crops and grazing livestock farms lead by their utilized agricultural area. Pig and poultry farming have the most livestock units, while the most working hours is spent in the cultivation of vegetables and flowers. The highest values of labor productivity have holdings that are engaged in the production of vegetables and flowers, while the lowest labor productivity have grazing livestock farms. Cost-effectiveness of all types of farms exceeding a value of 1. The highest value of the gross income is achieved at pig and poultry farms, while the smallest has a mixed type of farms. The average farm direct payments account for a high 44% in the net income, and the largest share of direct payments in the net income has field crop type of farms.
ACCESSION #
120493828

 

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