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National Farm Survey Report 2007

The National Farm Survey is designed to collect and analyse information relating to farming activities as its primary objective. Information and data relating to other activities by the household are considered secondary and as such where this information is presented it should be interpreted with caution. For 2007 there are 1151 farms included in the analysis, representing 111,913 farms nationally. The population is based on the CSO 2005 Farm Structures Survey with farm typology based on the 2002 Standard Gross Margins (SGM).

01 July 2008
Type
Report
110 Pages
419KB
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National Farm Survey Report 2006

The National Farm Survey is designed to collect and analyse information relating to farming activities as its primary objective. Information and data relating to other activities by the household are considered secondary and as such where this information is presented it should be interpreted with caution. For 2006 there are 1159 farms included in the analysis, representing 113,100 farms nationally. The population is based on the CSO 2005 Farm Structures Survey with farm typology based on the 2002 Standard Gross Margins (SGM).

01 July 2007
Type
Report
113 Pages
192KB
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National Farm Survey Report 2005

The National Farm Survey is designed to collect and analyse information relating to farming activities as its primary objective. Information and data relating to other activities by the household are considered secondary and as such where this information is presented it should be interpreted with caution. For 2005 there are 1177 farms included in the analysis, representing 111,115 farms nationally.

01 September 2006
Type
Report
105 Pages
4,420KB
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World Agricultural Trade Reform and the WTO Doha Development Round: Analysis of the Impact on EU and Irish Agriculture

This study is presented as a contribution to the debate surrounding the ongoing World Trade Organisation (WTO) agriculture negotiations. The study presents a baseline (status quo) view of the agriculture sector over the next ten years and contrasts this with a number of hypothetical WTO reform scenarios. FAPRI-Ireland has no policy advocacy role and the format of these scenarios should not be inferred as an expectation, or recommendation, in relation to the eventual outcome of the WTO negotiations. The report is produced by staff at the Rural Economy Research Centre, Teagasc, in conjunction with our partners in the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) at the University of Missouri in the USA.

22 February 2006
Type
Report
95 Pages
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National Farm Survey Report 2004

The National Farm Survey is designed to collect and analyse information relating to farming activities as its primary objective. Information and data relating to other activities by the household are considered secondary and as such where this information is presented it should be interpreted with caution. For 2004 there are 1194 farms included in the analysis, representing 113,261 farms nationally.

01 August 2005
Type
Report
24 Pages
167KB
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County Galway Rural Resource Study

In the past decade the exceptionally rapid rate of change in population structures and economic activity has transformed many rural areas. Areas close to urban centres generally experienced increases in population and in economic and social activity while some remote areas experienced a decline. These distinctively opposing changes have different impacts on rural communities and those living in them. As a result adjustment is most likely required, not only for individuals and households in rural communities but also for the economic and social supports of rural areas. The rationale for this study is to examine how different rural areas adjust and respond to change and how households in different circumstances are affected.

01 January 2005
Type
Report
0 Pages