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Farm accounts information for dairy farms, sheep farms and mixed farms



Farm accounts information for dairy farms, sheep farms and mixed farms



Arsskyrsla Bureikningastofu Landbunadarins (45): 61



This annual report brings together returns based on gross margins (GM) from 131 family farms in Iceland, classified into three groups: (1) those with more than 70% of gross output from dairying (55 farms); (2) those with more than 70% of gross output from sheep (45 farms); and (3) mixed farms, those with less than 70% of gross output from either dairying or sheep (31 farms).

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