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29] covers all aspects of agriculture in the province. Statistics, in many cases covering five years, are given for the estimated value of output, input and income; production of livestock and field crops including horticulture; livestock marketings; crop areas and livestock numbers; producer prices; number and area of holdings; agricultural workers; farm machinery; subsidies and grants. 163], now published biennially, contains some details of land use, crop production, gross output, grants available and farm accidents.
3] contains material from the earliest possible date after 1750 up to 1975 for the various European countries. It includes crop acreages, livestock numbers, agricultural output and trade. (d) The Development of Agriculture in Germany and the UK by D. Andrew, M. 2] has comparative time series from 1870 to 1975 for the two countries. 129] (first published at the end of 1982 to replace the Northern Ireland Digest of Statistics last published in June 1981). These publications include data on crop areas and production, livestock numbers, agricultural workers, value of output and input and other agricultural statistics, many of the series covering a ten-year period.
There is thus an economic dimension interacting with the physical base. 33]. 2 it was stressed that there is a convention in agricultural economics which recognises the close linkage between land as area and the fixed capital (buildings, plant and improvements) with which it is inextricably linked. The components are uni ted in the concept of landlord's capital, which in turn is regarded as the recipient of 'rent' as a factor share. Hence the rental value of farm real estate is the first issue to be tackled in this section.