The Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN) is an instrument for evaluating the income of agricultural holdings and the impacts of the Common Agricultural Policy. The concept of the FADN was launched in 1965, when Council Regulation 79/65 established the legal basis for the organisation of the network. It consists of an annual survey carried out by the Member States of the European Union. The services responsible in the Union for the operation of the FADN collect every year accountancy data from a sample of the agricultural holdings in the European Union. Derived from national surveys, the FADN is the only source of microeconomic data that is harmonised, i.e. the bookkeeping principles are the same in all countries. Holdings are selected to take part in the survey on the basis of sampling plans established at the level of each region in the Union. The survey does not cover all the agricultural holdings in the Union but only those which due to their size could be considered commercial.
FADN information is aggregated into a Standard Results database available for the following dimensions: Time (year), geographic (Country, Region), Typology (Type of Farming, TF8/TF14 and economic size SIZ6). The database can be consulted through a set of dynamic reports organized in themes or a set of data files for download only.
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- Farm Accountancy Data Network Public Database
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- Roumanie, Slovaquie, Slovénie, Suède, Malte, Pays-Bas, Pologne, Portugal, Belgique, Autriche, Chypre, Bulgarie, Allemagne, Tchéquie, Espagne, Danemark, Finlande, Estonie, Royaume-Uni, France, Croatie, Grèce, Irlande, Hongrie, Lituanie, Italie, Lettonie, Luxembourg
- European Union Open Data Portal