National Statistics

Historical statistics notices on total factor productivity of the agricultural industry

Previously published copies of the National Statistics publication on annual statistics giving an indicator of the long-term performance of the UK agricultural industry.

Documents

Total factor productivity of the UK agricultural industry 2015, 1st estimate - statistics notice (published 28 April 2016)

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Total factor productivity of the agricultural industry 2014, 1st estimate (published 30 April 2015)

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Total factor productivity of the agricultural industry 2013, 2nd estimate (published 27 November 2014)

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Total factor productivity of the agricultural industry 2013, 1st estimate (published 14 May 2014)

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Total factor productivity of the agricultural industry 2012, 2nd estimate (published 12 December 2013)

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Total factor productivity of the agricultural industry 2012, 1st estimate (published 15 May 2013)

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Total factor productivity of the agriculture industry, 2nd estimate (published 26 November 2015)

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Detail

This publication gives previously published copies of the National Statistics publication, since April 2013, about total factor productivity in the agricutlutre industry. Total factor productivity is a key measure of the economic performance of agriculture and an important driver of farm incomes. It represents how efficiently the agricultural industry uses the resources that are available to turn inputs into outputs. Outputs and inputs are adjusted for quality by weighting the volumes by price.

This information is published biannually, typically in April and November. Each publication gives the figures available at that time. The figures are subject to revision as new information becomes available.