United Kingdom - England pig income up 22 percent

Across all farm types, average farm business income was approximately 15% lower than in 2008/09 at £43,400. Although lower than the preceding two years, for many farm types average farm incomes for 2009/10 still represent an improvement on the historical levels seen earlier in the decade.
Tuesday 2 November 2010 (7 years 6 months 26 days ago)
Across all farm types, average farm business income was approximately 15% lower than in 2008/09 at £43,400. Although lower than the preceding two years, for many farm types average farm incomes for 2009/10 still represent an improvement on the historical levels seen earlier in the decade.

Incomes on specialist pig farms increased again – on top of the very marked increase in 2008/09 (up 22 percent). This was the result of firmer prices for pigmeat whilst input costs remained broadly similar.

http://www.defra.gov.uk/evidence/statistics/foodfarm/farmmanage/fbs/published-data/fbsincomes/documents/Oct10statsrel.pdf

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