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1 1 New Entrants to Scottish Agriculture The State of Play Douglas Bell Senior Agricultural Policy Consultant

2 Content Background Scottish Government’s “New Entrants to Farming” programme 2

3 Output Increasing 3 Source: Scottish Government Scottish Agricultural Output 2011

4 Incomes Rising 4 Net Farm Income Farm Business Income Source: Scottish Government Trends in Farm Incomes (Current Prices)

5 Employment Levels Stabilised 5 Source: Scottish Government Scottish Farming – Total Workforce

6 Young People in Agriculture Student numbers increasing 80 clubs throughout Scotland 6

7 7 Is there a new entrant problem? Scottish agriculture – a vibrant diverse industry! XX

8 Occupiers, Spouses & Regular Employees 8 Source: Scottish Government

9 Age of Occupiers & Spouses (2011) 9 Source: Scottish Government

10 C auses The big “C” issues 10

11 The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP 11

12 FBI Per Unpaid FTE 2010/11 12 Source: Scottish Government

13 FBI Per Unpaid FTE 2010/11 13 Source: Scottish Government

14 The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP C ompetition 14

15 The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP C ompetition C apital & C ollateral 15

16 Indicative Levels of Tenants Capital Lowland cattle & sheep - £2,000/ha Cereals - £1,500/ha Dairy - £3,000/ha Hill sheep - £125/ewe 16

17 The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP C ompetition C apital & C ollateral C onspiracy 17

18 The Big “C” Issues C ash C AP C ompetition C apital & C ollateral C onfidence 18

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20 New Entrants to Farming Programme 20

21 New Entrants to Farming Programme 21

22 New Entrants to Farming Programme 22

23 SG New Entrants to Farming Programme 23

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25 25 This presentation was funded by the Scottish Government as part of its Public Good Veterinary and Advisory Services


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