Rural Business Research regularly publishes top quality research and analysis through its range of industry wide and sector specific reports.
The Intelligence Reports from the Regions provide a unique and up to the minute insight into what’s happening on farms and in rural areas across the country. Combined with a sector by sector analysis of local market activity and expert summary on current attitudes and concerns; it is put together by people who have a firsthand insight into local farming communities.
The FBS 2016/17 Enterprise Reports offer specialist, in depth analysis of the major agricultural and horticultural sectors in England. This includes a comprehensive overview of each sector plus detailed information on the physical and financial performance of farm businesses in the most recent financial year. The information and statistics included are industry renowned, collated and analysed by researchers with exceptional expertise in their fields.
Technical Reports use RBR’s unrivalled expertise to explore specific economic and policy queries relating to agricultural production in England and Wales. Topics include the impact of the neonicotinoid ban on oilseed rape, the relationships between innovation and cooperation on farm business performance and assessment of the Farm Business Survey methodology for allocating fixed costs to net margins and non agricultural cost centres.
Intelligence Report from the Regions
Farm Business Survey 2016/17Crop Production in England details cereals and root cropping farm performance, including harvest and market analysis, crop gross margins and variations in regional performance.
Dairy Farming in England covers dairy margins and farm profitability, on a regional, herd size and lowland/upland basis. Includes 12 months of detailed analysis of the Dairy industry.
Lowland Grazing Livestock Production in England is a comprehensive assessment of grazing livestock farms in England. It explores agricultural and non farming income, also looking at regional, enterprise type and farm size trends. Analysis includes sheep flocks, breeding, store and fattening cattle units.