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Swiss Agriculture in Figures

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Swiss Agriculture in Figures

  1. 1. Swiss Agriculture in Figures Presentation 12.06.2017
  2. 2. 1. Structures
  3. 3. 2016: 52 263 farms with an average area of 20.1 hectares Number of farms and area 1.1 Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO)
  4. 4. West Switzerland Large full-time farms with little cattle Mountain area Smaller farms with many cattle Agglomeration cantons Medium size, rather little cattle, more external activities Uri, Ticino, Valais Small farms, often external activities Farms - area - farm animals 2016 1.2 Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO)
  5. 5. Farm orientation 1.3 Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO)
  6. 6. Farms according to farm size 1.4 Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO)
  7. 7. Surface according to farm size 1.5 Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO)
  8. 8. Farms with farm animals 1.6 Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO)
  9. 9. Average stocks and area Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 1.7 2015, the record date has been advanced from May to January.
  10. 10. Organic farms Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 1.8
  11. 11. Employees on farms 1.9 Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO)
  12. 12. Employees of the sector Source: Agristat 1.10 2015
  13. 13. 2. Plant production
  14. 14. Area of Switzerland Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), Areastatistics 2004/2009 Total: 41‘285 km2 2.1
  15. 15. Shift of Swiss area Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), Areastatistics 1992/1997 and 2004/2009 1997 to 2009: agricultural area decreased by 32 995 ha in 12 years 2.2
  16. 16. Shift of agriculture area Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), Areastatistics 1992/1997 and 2004/2009 From 1992/1997 to 2004/2009 2.3
  17. 17. Agriculture area Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 2.4
  18. 18. Crop area Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 2015: 272 816 ha 2.5
  19. 19. Cereals area Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 2015: 144 149 ha 2.6
  20. 20. Potatoes Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 2.7 Farms and average area per farm
  21. 21. Barley Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) Farms and average area per farm 2.8
  22. 22. 3. Animal husbandry
  23. 23. Development of cow numbers Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 3.1 The cow stock has been declining for the last 30 years. The milk production has been increasing for the same period. The productivity has been considerably improved.
  24. 24. Slaughters Source: Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office (FSVO); Agristat 3.2
  25. 25. Pig cycle Source: Agristat and SFU animal husbandry 3.3
  26. 26. Dairy producers and average production Source: Federal Office for Agriculture (FOAG) and TSM Treuhand GmbH 3.4
  27. 27. Milk quantity and milk producers Source: TSM Treuhand GmbH, DB Milch 3.5
  28. 28. Milk quantity and price Source: TSM Treuhand GmbH; Federal Office for Agriculture (FOAG), market observation 3.6
  29. 29. Fishing yield Source: Cantonal fisheries administartions 3.7 Total yield 2015: 1000 metric tons
  30. 30. 4. Means of production and environment
  31. 31. Origin of feeding stuff 86% of the feeding stuff (base DM) have been produced in Switzerland in 2014 Source: Agristat, Swiss Feed Balance (* provisional) 4.1
  32. 32. Imported feeding stuffs 4.2 Source: Agristat, Swiss Feed Balance (* provisional)
  33. 33. Domestic share of feedingstuffs 4.3 Source: Agristat, Swiss Feed Balance (* provisional)
  34. 34. Natural hazard and hail Source: Swiss hail 4.4 Number of loss reports per year
  35. 35. 5. External trade
  36. 36. Agricultural external trade Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA) 5.1 External trade indexes for foodstuffs, drinks and tobacco
  37. 37. Agricultural external trade Chapter 1-24, sometimes summarized, chapter numbers in brackets. Low involvement of Swiss agriculture: Agricultural external trade of Switzerland ≠ Swiss agriculture Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA), provisional data 2015 2016 Imports: Exports: Balance: 5.2 11,9 billion CHF 8,7 billion CHF 3,1 billion CHF
  38. 38. Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA) 5.3 Agricultural external trade
  39. 39. Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA) 5.4 External trade with cheese
  40. 40. Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA) 5.5 External trade with cheese Quantities cumulated according to the price
  41. 41. Imports of poultry Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA) 5.6
  42. 42. Imports of tropical fruits Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA) 5.7
  43. 43. Export of Cheese per country Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA) 5.8
  44. 44. Exports of meat Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA) 5.9
  45. 45. Export of chocolate Source: Swiss Customs Administration (SCA) 5.10
  46. 46. 6. Food
  47. 47. Food supply of Switzerland Source: Agristat, Swiss Food Balance (* provisional) 6.1
  48. 48. Consumption of food energy 6.2 Source: Agristat, Swiss Food Balance (* provisional)
  49. 49. Domestic production versus consumption 6.3 Source: Agristat, Swiss Food Balance (* provisional), ** estimate)
  50. 50. Food made from plants 6.4 Source: Agristat, Swiss Food Balance (* provisional) Vegetable foods provide about 70% of the food energy. Consumption of vegetable food energy per person and day
  51. 51. Food made from animals 6.5 Source: Agristat, Swiss Food Balance (* provisional) Consumption of food energy per person and day
  52. 52. Domestic production 6.6 Source: Agristat, Swiss Food Balance (* provisional)
  53. 53. Domestic production 6.7 Source: Agristat, Swiss Food Balance (* provisional)
  54. 54. Domestic production 6.8 Source: Agristat, Swiss Food Balance (* provisional)
  55. 55. Cereal consumption in Switzerland 6.9 Source: Agristat, Swiss Food Balance Average 2013-2015: 91 kg cereals per person and year
  56. 56. Value-added chain 6.10 Source: Agristat (* provisional)
  57. 57. Household expenditures 2013 Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), Budget expenditures 6.11 In percent of gross income (2013 = 10 052 CHF) Total = 103,4 (gross income + sporadic income)
  58. 58. 7. Prices, wages
  59. 59. Development of price indexes Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), Agristat 7.1
  60. 60. Prices of piglets and fattened pigs SBV: Agristat and SFU animal husbandry 7.2
  61. 61. Milk price Source: Federal Office for Agriculture FOAG), market observation 7.3
  62. 62. Farm milk price and inflation 7.4 Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), : Federal Office for Agriculture FOAG), statistisches Handbuch der Schweizer Landwirtschaft (Hans Brugger), Agristat , Milchstatistik der Schweiz
  63. 63. Salaries on farms 2014 Source: Agristat, Salaries of non-family agricultural employees (Löhne familienfremder landwirtschaftlicher Angestellter) Average , confidence interval, interquartile 7.5 1 Trainee (students) 2 Trainee from abroad 3 Temporary jobs 4 Short-term employees 5 Semiskilled employees 6 Professionals 7 Section leader 8 Farm manager
  64. 64. 8. Public provisions
  65. 65. Public expenditures Source: Swiss Federal Finance Administration (FFA) 8.1 Expenditures (Confederation, cantons, municipalities) total and for agriculture
  66. 66. Expenditures of the Confederation Source: Swiss Federal Finance Administration (FFA) 8.2 Expenditures: total as well as for agriculture and food 2015b and 2016b: data according to the budget
  67. 67. Subventions by the Confederation 2015 Source: Swiss Federal Finance Administration (FFA) 8.3 From 36.4 Billions CHF, 3,6 Billions CHF or 10,0 % are spent for agriculture. Responsible for agriculture is the Confederation: The expenditures of the cantons and municipality are low for the agriculture.
  68. 68. Subventions by the Conf. for agriculture Source: Swiss Federal Finance Administration (FFA) 8.4
  69. 69. 9. Accounting results
  70. 70. Income Source: Research institute Agroscope ART Tänikon, central evaluation of accounting data 9.1
  71. 71. Earned income and comparative salary 9.2 Source: Research institute Agroscope ART Tänikon, central evaluation of accounting data
  72. 72. 10. National accounting
  73. 73. Gross value added at basic prices Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 10.1 2015 (estimate): 10,1 billions of CHF
  74. 74. Gross value - details Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 10.2 2015 (estimate): 10,1 billions of CHF
  75. 75. Means of production Productionvalue Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), sd semi-definitive, * provisional, ** estimate 10.3
  76. 76. Means of production Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), sd semi-definitive, * provisional, ** estimate 10.4
  77. 77. Production value to net value-added Productionvalue Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), sd semi-definitive, * provisional, ** estimate 10.5 Production value 2015 (estimate): 10,1 billions of CHF
  78. 78. Factor income Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), sd semi-definitive, * provisional ** estimate 10.6 2015 (estimate): 4,6 billions of CHF factor income Factorincome
  79. 79. Factor income to earnings Factorincome Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), sd semi-definitive, * provisional, ** estimate 10.7 2015 (estimate): 2,86 Billions of CHF net farm income = Earnings of family workers
  80. 80. Productivity per canton Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO), regional agricultural accounts 10.8
  81. 81. 11. Education
  82. 82. FD of Vocational Education and Training Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 11.1 Year 2015: 1174 Federal Diploma of VET, therefrom 1034 for farmers
  83. 83. Federal Diploma of Higher Education Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 11.2 2015: 102 Federal Diploma of Higher Education, therefrom 88 farmers
  84. 84. Advanced FD of Higher Education Source: Federal Statistical Office (FSO) 11.3 Year 2015: 95 Advanced Federal Diploma of HE, therefrom 90 for farmers
  85. 85. 12. International comparisons
  86. 86. Farm structures in Europe 2010 Source: EUROSTAT 12.1
  87. 87. Price level indexes 2015 Source: EUROSTAT, provisional results 12.2
  88. 88. Price level indexes 2015 Source: EUROSTAT, provisional results 12.3
  89. 89. Agricultural support Source: OECD, Total Support Estimate 12.4 By taxpayers and consumers, in percent of gross domestic product

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