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1 New Entrants to Scottish Agriculture The State of Play Douglas Bell Senior Agricultural Policy Consultant
Content Background Scottish Government’s “New Entrants to Farming” programme 2
Output Increasing 3 Source: Scottish Government Scottish Agricultural Output 2011
Incomes Rising 4 Net Farm Income Farm Business Income Source: Scottish Government Trends in Farm Incomes (Current Prices)
Employment Levels Stabilised 5 Source: Scottish Government Scottish Farming – Total Workforce
Young People in Agriculture Student numbers increasing 80 clubs throughout Scotland 6
7 Is there a new entrant problem? Scottish agriculture – a vibrant diverse industry! XX 1 6523 4 78910
Occupiers, Spouses & Regular Employees 8 Source: Scottish Government
Age of Occupiers & Spouses (2011) 9 Source: Scottish Government
C auses The big “C” issues 10
The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP 11
FBI Per Unpaid FTE 2010/11 12 Source: Scottish Government
FBI Per Unpaid FTE 2010/11 13 Source: Scottish Government
The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP C ompetition 14
The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP C ompetition C apital & C ollateral 15
Indicative Levels of Tenants Capital Lowland cattle & sheep - £2,000/ha Cereals - £1,500/ha Dairy - £3,000/ha Hill sheep - £125/ewe 16
The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP C ompetition C apital & C ollateral C onspiracy 17
The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP C ompetition C apital & C ollateral C onfidence 18
New Entrants to Farming Programme 20
New Entrants to Farming Programme 21
New Entrants to Farming Programme 22
SG New Entrants to Farming Programme 23
25 This presentation was funded by the Scottish Government as part of its Public Good Veterinary and Advisory Services
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