Country specific analysis of competitiveness and resilience of low input dairy farms across Europe

Jolien Hamerlinck, Jo Bijttebier, Ludwig Lauwers, Simon Moakes

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SOLID WP6 aims to evaluate the economic performance and potential of low input (LI) and organic farms to adopt novel strategies. Edition 2 of SOLID News described how a pragmatic LI definition was developed; pragmatic because the definition was developed within limited variables available through FADN data; and to fully exploit it as a tool for further analysis on the profitability of LI farms, allowing exploration of their economic potential in adopting new strategies. An EU-wide analysis has been undertaken to provide a first insight of the relative performance of organic and LI farms compared to conventional farms. In this article, we explore the more country-specific results. This article aims to identify the main differences between countries in terms of income and resilience of high and low input dairy farms to volatile milk and feed prices. For further details on country specific results of the low input farms, we advise interested readers to read the summary of deliverable 6.1 at www.solidairy.eu
TaalEngels
TijdschriftSolid Newsletter
Aantal pagina's4
StatusGepubliceerd - okt-2013

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