National Statistics

Farm practices survey February 2012 - uplands

Survey of farm practices in the English uplands.

Documents

FPS February 2012 - uplands - statistics notice

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FPS February 2012 - uplands - detailed results

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Detail

The Farm Practices Survey (FPS) asks questions about how farming practices in England are affected by current agricultural and environmental issues. This publication gives the results of the FPS run in February 2012.

This survey focused on farm practices in the English uplands, and the sample was targeted to farms in those areas. The main topics were:

  • farm characteristics
  • economics of the farm business
  • participation in agri-environment schemes
  • grazing and grassland management
  • future plans and challenges

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