Basic price — the price obtained by the producer corresponds to the producer price (not including invoiced VAT). The basic price can be obtained from the producer price by adding subsidies less taxes (other than VAT) on products.
Entrepreneurial income — operating surplus/mixed income less rents paid and interest paid plus interest received.
Factor income — net value added less other production charge plus other subsidies on production.
Fixed capital consumption — the foreseeable wear and tear and obsolescence of fixed capital goods over the accounting period represent a charge which is implicit so long as the item is not replaced by a new acquisition. The consumption of fixed capital is not calculated for either stocks or work in progress, or non-produced assets such as land, underground deposits and patented assets or animals giving agricultural production.
Gross value added — the output of agricultural industry less total intermediate consumption.
Intermediate consumption —the value of all goods and services used as inputs in the production process, excluding fixed assets whose consumption is recorded as fixed capital consumption.
Net value added — gross value added less fixed capital consumption.
Operating surplus/mixed income — factor income less compensation of employees.
Output of agricultural industry —the sum of the agricultural goods and services produced by agricultural units and inseparable non-agricultural goods and services produced by agricultural units.
Output — sales, processing by producers, own final consumption, used for payments in kind, own-account produced fixed capital goods, change in stocks and intra-unit consumed products. Within the industry non-marketable intra-unit consumed products (such as animal feeding stuffs produced in crop production) are included in agricultural output.
Producer price — receivable by the producers from the purchaser for unit of a good or service produced as output.
Regulation (EC) No 138/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 December 2003 on the economic accounts for agriculture in the Community.
The following data collected by statistical surveys are used for Economic Accounts for Agriculture (EAA) compilation:
- “Crop farming” — Sown area, Production of field crops by type of crops;
- “Agricultural production” — Production and use of cereals and other field crops in the reference year;
- “Livestock farming” (Cattle. Pigs. Sheep and goats. Horses. Poultry. Fur farming. Bee-keeping. The number of cattle (of which dairy cows), pigs, sheep, goats, horses, poultry, fur animals at the beginning and at the end of the year; changes in the number of animals (numerically and in live weight); stock of beef, pork, mutton, goat meat, poultry meat at the beginning and at the end of the year; production and use in the reference year; stock of milk and eggs at the beginning and at the end of the year; production and use in the reference year; production of wool, goat milk, honey, beeswax in the reference year; sale of fur in the reference year;
- “Financial indicators of agricultural, hunting, forestry and fishing enterprises” — sales revenue, production expenditure and investments in fixed assets of agricultural enterprises; sales revenue and production expenditure of enterprises’ economic units;
- “Cereals”, “Purchase of livestock and poultry”, “Purchase and use of milk” — amount and cost of cereals, rape, linseed, cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, poultry and milk purchased in Estonia;
- “Structural Survey of Agriculture” — labour force;
- Agricultural output and input price index;
- Foreign trade statistics — imports and exports of agricultural products;
- Payments of agricultural subsidies from Estonian Agricultural Registers and Information Board (ARIB);
- Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN) of Rural Economy Research Centre — production and production expenditure.
Põllumajandus. Agriculture. Yearbook
Agricultural Statistics Department
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