National Statistics

Total factor productivity of the agricultural industry

Annual statistics giving an indicator of the long-term performance of the UK agricultural industry.

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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.

If you require datasets in another format such as Excel, please contact farmaccounts@defra.gsi.gov.uk.

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Published 15 May 2012
Last updated 3 May 2018 + show all updates
  1. Updated with Total factor productivity of the UK agriculture industry, first estimate 2017 statistical notice and dataset.
  2. Published 2nd estimate 2016 statistical notice and dataset.
  3. Corrected statistical notice.
  4. Updated with first estimate 2016 statistical notice and dataset.
  5. Updated with second estimate 2015 statistic notice and dataset.
  6. Updated to include 1st estimate of 2015 statistic notice.
  7. Total factor productivity of the UK agricultural industry 2014 – 2nd estimate published.
  8. Total factor productivity of the agricultural industry 2014, 1st estimate published
  9. Updated edition for 2013.
  10. Updated to include 2013 figures.
  11. Updated to include the 2nd estimate of Total Factor Productivity for 2012.
  12. updated figures
  13. Updated with 1st estimate for 2012.
  14. First published.