Improving farm-level physical and financial data availability at EU level

N. Lampkin, J.A. Boone, K.J. Kramer, M. Rippin, H. Willer, J. Wolfert

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    Abstract

    This paper summarises the main findings and recommendations of the EISFOM (European Information System for Organic Markets) project with respect to organic farm level data. At the EU level, the Farm Structure Survey and EU Reg. 2092/91 provide the most detailed data on production structures (crop areas and livestock numbers), and EU and national FADNs are becoming a useful source of financial data, but good quality data on output and prices of specific crop and livestock products are lacking. To improve the situation, more effort is needed on accurate identification of organic holdings and individual crop and livestock products, including the harmonisation of classification systems and improved sample selection. The common nature of problems identified across different existing databases suggests an integrated approach to identifying solutions is needed
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2006
    EventThe European Joint Organic Congress 2006 - Odense, Denmark
    Duration: 30 May 200631 May 2006

    Conference

    ConferenceThe European Joint Organic Congress 2006
    CountryDenmark
    CityOdense
    Period30/05/0631/05/06

    Keywords

    • organic farming
    • biological production
    • data collection
    • european union countries

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