49 Results for 'Germany'

PR – Motives For Foreign Investment In Agriculture: Western European Investment In Ukraine

Agricultural enterprises in the European Union (EU) are confronted with rising competition and significant structural change, which has been aggravated by the EU accession of the ten New Eastern European Member States in 2004 and 2007. There is empirical evidence ...Read More

PR – Motives For Foreign Investment In Agriculture: Western European Investment In Ukraine

The paper explores the ecological effects of a policy change from coupled direct payments to decoupled single farm payments in a case study region in Germany. Since decoupling is expected to affect agricultural production and trade, both statically with respect ...Read More

PR – Ecological Effects Of Payment Decoupling In A Case Study Region In Germany

Renewable resources are of importance in our modern society due to their positive effects on agriculture, the environment and the economy. To support renewable energy from biomass the EU promotes the cultivation of energy crops. This creates alternative income sources ...Read More

PR – Farming In Eastern Germany: From Food To Energy Crop Production?

Individual farm accountancy data sources such as the European Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN) include no specific information on the spatial location of farms. However, spatial characteristics and site conditions determine the farms’ production potential and its influence on the ...Read More

PR – Recreating Location From Non-spatial Data – Sample Size Requirements To Reproduce The Locations Of Farms In The European Farm Accountancy Data Network

The global players in beef production are North America, Brazil, Argentina, Australia and the EU-25. In value-terms, the main exporters are North America, Australia, Brazil and Argentina. Main importers are again North America, Japan and the Far East. Within the ...Read More

Selected Results Of The IFCN Beef Network

Before IFCN was founded, existing farm-level data sets for international comparisons – if there were any – were not comparable. Differences from country to country regarding methodology applied, extent of data sets (physical and financial figures), and availability of up-to-date ...Read More

A Global Project For Comparative Farm Analysis: The International Farm Comparison Network IFCN

The aim of this paper is to describe and analyse the emerging role of electronic agribusiness and the corresponding consequences in Germany. The study was carried out as a consecutive step by step procedure, including empirical surveys in farm and agribusiness small ...Read More

The Emerging Role Of E-agribusiness – State Of The Art And Perspectives In Germany

The recent reform of the agricultural policy in the EU provides totally new frame conditions for farmers. Main components of the reform are the decoupling of direct payments and particular for dairy farmers the reduction of intervention prices for milk ...Read More

Milk Production Strategies For Farmers In The EU Under New Policy Regulations

Within the IFCN Dairy Network milk prices and costs of milk production have been analysed from 31 countries for the year 2003. A wide diversity of milk prices between the countries could be observed with > 35 US-$/100 kg milk in ...Read More

Selected Results Of The IFCN Dairy Network Milk Prices And Costs Of Milk Production In 2003

This study exemplifies the first implementation experiences of Balanced Scorecard and the first results of them in Ukrainian agricultural enterprises. Essential prerequisites for the functioning of the BSC concept into practical agriculture will be discussed. Finally, some critical success factors to the BSC ...Read More