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Title: Farm Diversification - Statistical Release January 2008

Release date: 31 January 2008 at 9:30am
Theme: Agriculture and Environment | Department: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: The aim of this publication is to bring together the latest information from the various data sources.

Title: Farm Diversification - Statistical Release January 2009

Release date: 29 January 2009 at 9:30am
Theme: Agriculture and Environment | Department: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: The aim of this publication is to bring together the latest information from the various data sources.

Title: Farm Diversification - Statistical Release January 2010

Release date: 28 January 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Agriculture and Environment | Department: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This release shows the final estimates of farm diversification from the 2008/09 Farm Business Survey which covers the 2008 harvest. Diversification is the use of farm resources for a non-agricultural purpose for commercial gain. Examples include the letting of buildings and the use of farm land for sport and recreation.

Title: Farm Diversification - Statistical Release January 2011

Release date: 27 January 2011 at 9:30am
Theme: Agriculture and Environment | Department: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This release shows the final estimates of farm diversification from the 2009/10 Farm Business Survey which covers the 2009 harvest. Diversification is the use of farm resources for a non-agricultural purpose for commercial gain. Examples include the letting of buildings and the use of farm land for sport and recreation.