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Organic agriculture in Denmark: economic impacts of a widespread adoption of organic management



Organic agriculture in Denmark: economic impacts of a widespread adoption of organic management



Rapport Statens Jordbrugs og Fiskeriokonomiske Institut ( 99): 115 pp.



A 4-region partial equilibrium model of the Danish agricultural sector (DOAP) is used to assess the effects of a hypothetical widespread adoption of organic practices in Denmark. DOAP contains 3 farm sectors (crops, dairy and pigs) and allows farmers to have up to 16 cropping activities. Detailed production costs are modelled in each sector and region. DOAP contains 2 production structures, 1 conventional and 1 organic; the latter currently represents <2% of Danish farms.

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