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Aggregate agricultural output and income
An annual report which includes information on agricultural output, Gross Value Added (GVA) from agriculture and total Income From Farming (TIFF).
- The value of agricultural gross output is estimated to have decreased by around £90 million (or 6%) between 2014 and 2015, to £1,495 million.
- Intermediate consumption is estimated at £1,110 million in 2015, a decrease of around £90 million (or 7%) on 2014. The main contribution to this fall was the decline in feeding stuffs (of £56 million or 14%) to £342 million.
- Gross Value Added (GVA) from agriculture decreased by less than £1 million (less than 1%) to £385 million in 2015.
- Total Income from Farming (TIFF) in Wales is estimated to have decreased to £175 million in 2015, a decline of around £26 million (or 13%).
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