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Document 31989R0807

Council Regulation (EEC) No 807/89 of 20 March 1989 amending Annex I to Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 as regards the set-aside of arable land

OJ L 86, 31.3.1989, p. 1–10 (ES, DA, DE, EL, EN, FR, IT, NL, PT)
Special edition in Finnish: Chapter 03 Volume 028 P. 199 - 208
Special edition in Swedish: Chapter 03 Volume 028 P. 199 - 208

No longer in force, Date of end of validity: 16/02/1996; Implicitly repealed by 396D0170

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg/1989/807/oj

31989R0807

Council Regulation (EEC) No 807/89 of 20 March 1989 amending Annex I to Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 as regards the set-aside of arable land

Official Journal L 086 , 31/03/1989 P. 0001 - 0010
Finnish special edition: Chapter 3 Volume 28 P. 0199
Swedish special edition: Chapter 3 Volume 28 P. 0199


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COUNCIL REGULATION (EEC) No 807/89

of 20 March 1989

amending Annex I to Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 as regards the set-aside of arable land

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, and in particular Article 43 thereof,

Having regard to the proposal from the Commission (1),

Having regard to the opinion of the European Parliament (2),

Whereas Council Regulation (EEC) No 797/85 of 12 March 1985 on improving the efficiency of agricultural structures (3), as last amended by Regulation (EEC) No 1137/88 (4), for which implementing rules are laid down in Regulation (EEC) No 1272/88 (5), obliges Member States to introduce an aid scheme designed to encourage the set-aside of arable land; whereas at the same time the said Regulation creates new forms of land use, combining agricultural use and a legal status, depending on whether or not the land qualifies for the aid instituted by the Regulation;

Whereas the structure of agricultural holdings largely determines the potential income of farmers, making it necessary to monitor the effects of new common agricultural policy measures on land use, production and the economic potential of agricultural holdings;

Whereas the Community surveys on the structure of agricultural holdings to be held between 1988 and 1997 in accordance with Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 (6) represent the main instruments for monitoring and analysing developments in statistical terms by relating the set-aside of arable land to other structural characteristics such as the age of the holding manager, the technical and economic type of farming and size of holdings, other crops and livestock;

Whereas it is necessary to record the set-aside of arable land on the basis of a suitable classification, which should be harmonized and compulsory in all Member States, in order to obtain statistical data which are comparable between Member States and over time; whereas it is therefore necessary to add to Annex I of Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 a new characteristic for agricultural areas which are subject tot the set-aside incentive scheme for arable land;

Whereas the general structure of the list of characteristics should not be changed and in consequence land subject to the set-aside incentive scheme for arable land must be classified in the category corresponding to its possible agricultural use as well as in a separate category;

Whereas, in order to facilitate the implementation of this Regulation, close cooperation between the Member States and the Commission should continue, in particular via the Standing Committee on Agricultural Statistics set up by Decision 72/279/EEC (7),

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Annex I to Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 is hereby replaced by the Annex to this Regulation.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Communities.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 20 March 1989.

For the Council

The President

C. ROMERO HERRERA

(1) OJ No C 319, 12. 12. 1988, p. 48.

(2) OJ No C 69, 20. 3. 1989.

(3) OJ No L 93, 30. 3. 1985, p. 1.

(4) OJ No L 108, 29. 4. 1988, p. 1.

(5) OJ No L 121, 11. 5. 1988, p. 36.

(6) OJ No L 56, 2. 3. 1988, p. 1.

(7) OJ No L 179, 7. 8. 1972, p. 1.

ANNEX

'ANNEX I

LIST OF CHARACTERISTICS

1.2 // A. Geographical situation of the holding // // 01 Survey district // // 02 Less-favoured area // yes/no // (a) Mountain area // yes/no // B. Legal personality and management of the holding (on the day of the survey) // // 01 Is the legal and economic responsibility of the holding assumed by a natural person? (1) // yes/no // 02 If yes, is this person (the holder) also the manager? // yes/no // (a) If the answer to question B/02 is ''no", is the manager a member of the holder's family? // yes/no // 03 Manager's agricultural training // // - only practical experience // yes/no // - basic training // yes/no // - full agricultural training // yes/no // 04 Are accounts kept for the management of the holding? // yes/no // C. Type of tenure (in relation to the holder) and fragmentation of the holding // // Agricultural area utilized: // ha/a // 01 For owner farming // / // 02 For tenant farming // / // 03 For share farming or other modes // / // // number of parcels // 04 Number of parcels making up the utilized agricultural area (2) // // D. Arable land // ha/a // Cereals for the production of grain (including seed): // // 01 Common wheat and spelt // / // 02 Durum wheat // / // 03 Rye // / // 04 Barley // / // 05 Oats // / // 06 Grain maize // / // 07 Rice // / // 08 Other holding.

// // ha/a // 09 Dried vegetables for the production of grain (including seed and mixtures of cereals and dried vegetables) // / // (a) of which as pure crops for fodder: peas, broad and field beans, vetches, sweet lupins // / // (b) other (as pure or mixed crops) // / // 10 Potatoes (including early potatoes and seed potatoes) // / // 11 Sugar beet (excluding seeds) // / // 12 Fodder roots and brassicas (excluding seeds) // / // 13 Industrial plants (including seeds for herbaceous oil-seed plants; excluding seeds for fibre plants, hops, tobacco and other industrial plants) // / // of which: // // (a) tobacco // / // (b) hops // / // (c) cotton (1) // / // (d) other oil-seed plants or fibre plants and other industrial plants: // / // (i) oil seeds (total) // / // of which: // // - rape and turnip rape // / // - sunflower (2) // / // - soya (2) // / // (ii) aromatic plants, medicinal and culinary plants (3) // / // (iii) other industrial plants // / // of which: // // - sugar cane (4) // / // Fresh vegetables, melons, strawberries: // // 14 - outdoor or under low (not accessible) protective cover // / // of which: // // (a) open field // / // (b) market gardening // / // 15 - under glass or other (accessible) protective cover // / // Flowers and ornamental plants (excluding nurseries): // // 16 - outdoor or under low (not accessible) protective cover // / // 17 - under glass or other (accessible) protective cover // / // 18 Forage plants: // / // (a) temporary grass // / // (b) other and Portugal.

// // ha/a // 19 Arable land seeds and seedlings (excluding cereals, dried vegetables, potatoes and oil-seed plants) // / // 20 Other arable land crops // / // 21 Fallow land // / // E. Kitchen gardens (1) // / // F. Permanent pasture and meadow (2) // / // 01 Pasture and meadow, excluding rough grazings // / // 02 Rough grazings // / // G. Permanent crops // // 01 Fruit and berry plantations // / // (a) fresh fruit and berry species of temperate climate zones // / // (b) fruit and berry species of subtropical climate zones (3) // / // (c) nuts (3) // / // 02 Citrus plantations // / // 03 Olive plantations // / // (a) normally producing table olives (4) // / // (b) normally producing olives for oil production (4) // / // 04 Vineyards // / // of which normally producing: // // (a) quality wine // / // (b) other wines // / // (c) table grapes // / // (d) raisins (5) // / // 05 Nurseries // / // 06 Other permanent crops // / // 07 Permanent crops under glass // / // H. Other land // // 01 + 03 Unutilized agricultural land (agricultural land which is no longer farmed, for economic, social or other reasons, and which is not used in the crop rotation system) and other land (land occupied by buildings, farmyards, tracks, ponds, quarries, infertile land, rock, etc.) Greece and Spain.

// // ha/a // 02 Wooded area // / // of which: // // (a) non-commercial (1) // / // (b) commercial (1) // / // and/or // // (c) deciduous (1) // / // (d) coniferous (1) // / // (e) mixed (1) // / // I. Combined and successive secondary cropping, mushrooms, irrigation, greenhouses, set-aside of arable land // // 01 Successive secondary crops (excluding market-garden crops and crops under glass) // / // of which: // // (a) non-fodder cereals (D/01 to D/08) // / // (b) non-fodder dried vegetables (D/09) // / // (c) non-fodder oil-seed plants (D/13 (d) (i)) // / // (d) other successive secondary crops // / // 02 Mushrooms // / // 03 Irrigated area // / // (a) total irrigable area // / // (b) cultivated area irrigated at least once a year (2) // / // at least once a year // // of which: // // (1) durum wheat // / // (2) maize // / // (3) potatoes // / // (4) sugar beet // / // (5) sunflower // / // (6) soya // / // (7) fodder plants // / // (8) fruit and berry orchards // / // (9) citrus fruit // / // (10) vines // / // 04 Ground area covered by greenhouses in use // / // 05 Combined (associated) crops (2) // / // (a) agricultural crops (including pasture and meadow) - forestry species (3) // / // (b) permanent crops - annual crops (3) // / // (c) permanent crops - permanent Italy and Portugal.

// // ha/a // 06 Land subject to the set-aside incentive scheme for arable land and recorded under: // // (a) fallow land, with rotation possibilities (D/21) // / // (b) permanent pasture and meadow used as grazing for extensive livestock farming (F/01 + F/02) // / // (c) lentils, chick peas and vetches (D/09) // / // (d) wooded areas or areas being preoared for afforestation (H/02) // / // (e) areas for the time being or permanently used for non-agricultural purposes (H/01 + H/03) // / // (f) total // / // J. Livestock (on the reference day of the survey) // Number of head // 01 Equidae // // Bovine animals: // // 02 Under one year old // // (a) male (1) // // (b) female (1) // // One year or over but under two years: // // 03 Male animals // // 04 Female animals // // Two years old and over: // // 05 Male animals // // 06 Heifers // // 07 Dairy cows // // 08 Other cows // // Sheep and goats: // // 09 Sheep (all ages) // // (a) breeding females // // (b) other sheep // // 10 Goats (all ages) // // (a) breeding females (2) // // (b) other goats (2) // // Pigs: // // 11 Piglets having a live weight of under 20 kilograms // // 12 Breeding sows weighing 50 kilograms and over // // 13 Other pigs // // Poultry: // // 14 Broilers // // 15 Laying hens // // 16 Other poultry (ducks, turkeys, geese, guinea-fowl) // // 17 Rabbits, breeding females (3) // // // Number of hives // 18 Bees (1) // // 19 Other livestock (1) // Yes/no cereals // /

(1) In France, GAECS (Groupements agricoles d'exploitation en commun - agricultural groups for joint farming), EARLs (exploitations agricoles à responsabilité limitée - limited liability agricultural holdings) and de facto groups are regarded as agricultural holdings managed by natural persons. (2) Optional for Germany, France, Ireland and Denmark; for Italy the number of parcels concerns the total area of the // /

(1) Optional except for Greece, Spain and Italy. (2) Optional except for Greece, Spain, France, Italy and Portugal. (3) Optional for the United Kingdom. (4) Optional except for Spain // /

(1) Optional for Denmark, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. (2) Greece and Italy may merge heading 01 with heading 02. (3) Optional except for Greece, Spain, France, Italy and Portugal. (4) Optional for France. (5) Optional except for crops (3) // / // (d) other combined crops // /

(1) Optional. (2) Optional except for Greece, Spain, France, Italy and Portugal. (3) Optional except for Greece, Spain,

(1) Optional.

(2) Optional except for Greece, Spain, France, Italy and Portugal.

(3) Optional for Danemark, Germany, Ireland and the United Kingdom.

K. Tractors, cultivators, machinery and equipment

1.2,7.8 // // // // // On day of survey // Machinery used in the last 12 months (1) // // Belonging exclusively to the holding // Used by several holdings (belonging to another holding, to a cooperative or owned jointly with other holdings) or belonging to a service supply agency // // 1 // 2 // // Number // (tick) // 1.2,6.7.8 // // by power rating from ... to ... (Kw) // // // // // // // 01 Four-wheel tractors, track-laying tractors, tool carriers // // // // 02 Cultivators, hoeing machines, rotary hoes and motor mowers (1) // // // // 03 Combine harvesters // // // // 04 Forage harvesters // // // // 05 Potato harvesters (fully mechanized) // // // // 06 Sugar-beet harvesters (fully mechanized) // // // 1.2,7.8 // 07 Do you have fixed or movable milking equipment? // yes/no // // 08 Do you have a separate milking parlour? // yes/no // // 08 (a) If so, is it fully automated // yes/no

// (1) Optional for Denmark. < 25

25 - < 40

40 - < 60

60

L. Farm labour force

(in the 12 months preceding the day of the survey)

1,2.3,4.5,14.15,20 // // // // // Farm labour force // Sex // Age groups // Farm work for holding (2) // // // // // // // // // // // 1,2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10. 11.12.13.14.15,19.20 // // m. // f. // <25 (1) // 25-29 // 30-34 // 35-39 // 40-44 // 45-49 // 50-54 // 55-59 // 60-64 // 65 and over // Part-time with working hours of: // full- time 1,14.15.16.17.18.19.20 // // 0 // >0- <25 % // 25- <50 % // 50- <75 % // 75- < % 1,14.15,19.20 // // of annual time worked by a full-time farm worker // // 1,2.3,4.5,14.15,20 // // (tick) // (tick) // (tick) 1.2.3,20 // 01 // Holder: // // // (a) manager of the holding (3) // // 02 // Spouse of the holder carrying out farm work for holding // 1,4.5,14.15,20 // // // // // Age groups // Farm work of the holding as % of annual time worked by a full-time farm-worker // // // // // // // // // 1,4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14. 15,20 // // <25 (1) // 25-29 // 30-34 // 35-39 // 40-44 // 45-49 // 50-54 // 55-59 // 60-64 // 65 and more 1.2.3.4.5,14.15,20 // 03a // Other members of holder's family carrying out farm work for the holding: male (4) (5) // // // // >0-<25 // // // // // // // 03b // Other members of holder's family carrying out farm work for the holding: female (4) (5) // // // // 25-<50 // // // // // // // 04a // Non-family labour regularly employed: male (4) (5) // // // // 50-<75 // // // // // // // 04b // Non-family labour regularly employed: female (4) (5) // // // // 75-<100 // // // // // // // // // // // // 100 // // // // // // Number of working days // 05 + 06 // Non-family labour employed on a non-regular basis // // // // // // 05 Male (6) // // // // // // 06 Female (6)

// // // // // // // // // // (1) From school-leaving age.

(2) Apart from housework.

(3) To be completed only when the answer to questions B/01 or B/02 is 'no'.

(4) Table to be prepared for each category (03a to 04b).

(5) Excluding persons in L/01 and L/02.

(6) Optional.

1.2 // L 07 // If the holder is also the manager, does he have any other gainful activity: 1.2.3.4 // // - as his/her major occupation? - as a subsidiary occupation? // // Tick as appropriate 1.2 // L 08 // Does the holder's spouse, carrying out farm work for the holding, have any other gainful activity: 1.2.3.4 // // - as his/her major occupation? - as a subsidiary occupation? // // Tick as appropriate 1.2 // L 09 // Does any other member of the holder's family engaged in the farm work of the holding have any other gainful activity (1): 1.2.3.4 // // - as his/her major occupation? - as a subsidiary occupation? // // Insert number of persons 1.2 // L 10 // Total number of equivalent full-time working days of farm work, not included under L 01 to L 06, undertaken on the holding by persons not employed directly by the holding (e.g. contractors' employees) (2). 1.2.3 // // // Insert number of equivalent full-time working days during the 12 months preceding the day of the survey (3).

(1) Optional for Denmark.

(2) Optional for Member States which are able to provide an overall estimate for this characteristic at national level.

(3) The United Kingdom is authorized to submit this information in equivalent working weeks.'

/

04 GROUND AREA COVERED BY GREENHOUSES IN USE

/

05 COMBINED ( ASSOCIATED ) CROPS ( 2 )

/

( A ) AGRICULTURAL CROPS ( INCLUDING PASTURE AND MEADOW ) _ FORESTRY SPECIES ( 3 )

/

( B ) PERMANENT CROPS _ ANNUAL CROPS ( 3 )

/

( C ) PERMANENT CROPS _ PERMANENT CROPS ( 3 )

/

( D ) OTHER COMBINED CROPS ITALY AND PORTUGAL .

HA/A

06 LAND SUBJECT TO THE SET-ASIDE INCENTIVE SCHEME FOR ARABLE LAND AND RECORDED UNDER : //

( A ) FALLOW LAND, WITH ROTATION POSSIBILITIES ( D/21 )

/

( B ) PERMANENT PASTURE AND MEADOW USED AS GRAZING FOR EXTENSIVE LIVESTOCK FARMING ( F/01 + F/02 )

/

( C ) LENTILS, CHICK PEAS AND VETCHES ( D/09 )

/

( D ) WOODED AREAS OR AREAS BEING PREOARED FOR AFFORESTATION ( H/02 )

/

( E ) AREAS FOR THE TIME BEING OR PERMANENTLY USED FOR NON-AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES ( H/01 + H/03 )

/

( F ) TOTAL

/

J . LIVESTOCK ( ON THE REFERENCE DAY OF THE SURVEY )

NUMBER OF HEAD

01 EQUIDAE //

BOVINE ANIMALS : //

02 UNDER ONE YEAR OLD //

( A ) MALE ( 1 ) //

( B ) FEMALE ( 1 ) //

ONE YEAR OR OVER BUT UNDER TWO YEARS : //

03 MALE ANIMALS //

04 FEMALE ANIMALS //

TWO YEARS OLD AND OVER : //

05 MALE ANIMALS //

06 HEIFERS //

07 DAIRY COWS //

08 OTHER COWS //

SHEEP AND GOATS : //

09 SHEEP ( ALL AGES ) //

( A ) BREEDING FEMALES //

( B ) OTHER SHEEP //

10 GOATS ( ALL AGES ) //

( A ) BREEDING FEMALES ( 2 ) //

( B ) OTHER GOATS ( 2 ) //

PIGS : //

11 PIGLETS HAVING A LIVE WEIGHT OF UNDER 20 KILOGRAMS //

12 BREEDING SOWS WEIGHING 50 KILOGRAMS AND OVER //

13 OTHER PIGS //

POULTRY : //

14 BROILERS //

15 LAYING HENS //

16 OTHER POULTRY ( DUCKS, TURKEYS, GEESE, GUINEA-FOWL ) //

17 RABBITS, BREEDING FEMALES ( 3 ) // //

NUMBER OF HIVES

18 BEES ( 1 ) //

19 OTHER LIVESTOCK ( 1 )

YES/NO

/

( 1 ) IN FRANCE, GAECS ( GROUPEMENTS AGRICOLES D'EXPLOITATION EN COMMUN _ AGRICULTURAL GROUPS FOR JOINT FARMING ), EARLS ( EXPLOITATIONS AGRICOLES A RESPONSABILITE LIMITEE _ LIMITED LIABILITY AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS ) AND DE FACTO GROUPS ARE REGARDED AS AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS MANAGED BY NATURAL PERSONS . ( 2 ) OPTIONAL FOR GERMANY, FRANCE, IRELAND AND DENMARK; FOR ITALY THE NUMBER OF PARCELS CONCERNS THE TOTAL AREA OF THE

/

( 1 ) OPTIONAL EXCEPT FOR GREECE, SPAIN AND ITALY . ( 2 ) OPTIONAL EXCEPT FOR GREECE, SPAIN, FRANCE, ITALY AND PORTUGAL . ( 3 ) OPTIONAL FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM . ( 4 ) OPTIONAL EXCEPT FOR SPAIN

/

( 1 ) OPTIONAL FOR DENMARK, THE NETHERLANDS AND THE UNITED KINGDOM . ( 2 ) GREECE AND ITALY MAY MERGE HEADING 01 WITH HEADING 02 . ( 3 ) OPTIONAL EXCEPT FOR GREECE, SPAIN, FRANCE, ITALY AND PORTUGAL . ( 4 ) OPTIONAL FOR FRANCE . ( 5 ) OPTIONAL EXCEPT FOR

/

( 1 ) OPTIONAL . ( 2 ) OPTIONAL EXCEPT FOR GREECE, SPAIN, FRANCE, ITALY AND PORTUGAL . ( 3 ) OPTIONAL EXCEPT FOR GREECE, SPAIN,

( 1 ) OPTIONAL .

( 2 ) OPTIONAL EXCEPT FOR GREECE, SPAIN, FRANCE, ITALY AND PORTUGAL .

( 3 ) OPTIONAL FOR DANEMARK, GERMANY, IRELAND AND THE UNITED KINGDOM .

K . TRACTORS, CULTIVATORS, MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT

1.2,7.8ON DAY OF SURVEY

MACHINERY USED IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS ( 1 ) //

BELONGING EXCLUSIVELY TO THE HOLDING

USED BY SEVERAL HOLDINGS ( BELONGING TO ANOTHER HOLDING, TO A COOPERATIVE OR OWNED JOINTLY WITH OTHER HOLDINGS ) OR BELONGING TO A SERVICE SUPPLY AGENCY //

1

2 //

NUMBER

( TICK )

1.2,6.7.8BY POWER RATING FROM ... TO ... ( KW )

01 FOUR-WHEEL TRACTORS, TRACK-LAYING TRACTORS, TOOL CARRIERS

02 CULTIVATORS, HOEING MACHINES, ROTARY HOES AND MOTOR MOWERS ( 1 )

03 COMBINE HARVESTERS // // //

04 FORAGE HARVESTERS // // //

05 POTATO HARVESTERS ( FULLY MECHANIZED ) // // //

06 SUGAR-BEET HARVESTERS ( FULLY MECHANIZED )

1.2,7.807 DO YOU HAVE FIXED OR MOVABLE MILKING EQUIPMENT?

YES/NO

08 DO YOU HAVE A SEPARATE MILKING PARLOUR?

YES/NO

08 ( A ) IF SO, IS IT FULLY AUTOMATED

YES/NO

( 1 ) OPTIONAL FOR DENMARK .

< 25

25 _ < 40

40 _ < 60

60

L . FARM LABOUR FORCE

( IN THE 12 MONTHS PRECEDING THE DAY OF THE SURVEY )

1,2.3,4.5,14.15,20FARM LABOUR FORCE

SEX

AGE GROUPS

FARM WORK FOR HOLDING ( 2 )

1,2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15,19.20M .

F .

<25 ( 1 )

25_29

30_34

35_39

40_44

45_49

50_54

55_59

60_64

65 AND OVER

PART-TIME WITH WORKING HOURS OF :

FULL - TIME

1,14.15.16.17.18.19.200

>0_ <25 %

25_ <50 %

50_ <75 %

75_ < %

1,14.15,19.20OF ANNUAL TIME WORKED BY A FULL-TIME FARM WORKER

1,2.3,4.5,14.15,20(TICK )

( TICK )

( TICK )

1.2.3,2001

HOLDER :

( A ) MANAGER OF THE HOLDING ( 3 )

02

SPOUSE OF THE HOLDER CARRYING OUT FARM WORK FOR HOLDING //

1,4.5,14.15,20 // // // //

AGE GROUPS

FARM WORK OF THE HOLDING AS % OF ANNUAL TIME WORKED BY A FULL-TIME FARM-WORKER

1,4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15,20<25 ( 1 )

25_29

30_34

35_39

40_44

45_49

50_54

55_59

60_64

65 AND MORE

1.2.3.4.5,14.15,2003A

OTHER MEMBERS OF HOLDER'S FAMILY CARRYING OUT FARM WORK FOR THE HOLDING : MALE ( 4 ) ( 5 ) // // //

>0_<25 // // // // // //

03B

OTHER MEMBERS OF HOLDER'S FAMILY CARRYING OUT FARM WORK FOR THE HOLDING : FEMALE ( 4 ) ( 5 ) // // //

25_<50 // // // // // //

04A

NON-FAMILY LABOUR REGULARLY EMPLOYED : MALE ( 4 ) ( 5 ) // // //

50_<75 // // // // // //

04B

NON-FAMILY LABOUR REGULARLY EMPLOYED : FEMALE ( 4 ) ( 5 ) // // //

75_<100 // // // // // //

100

NUMBER OF WORKING DAYS

05 + 06

NON-FAMILY LABOUR EMPLOYED ON A NON-REGULAR BASIS // // //

05 MALE ( 6 ) // // //

06 FEMALE ( 6 )

( 1 ) FROM SCHOOL-LEAVING AGE .

( 2 ) APART FROM HOUSEWORK .

( 3 ) TO BE COMPLETED ONLY WHEN THE ANSWER TO QUESTIONS B/01 OR B/02 IS "NO '.

( 4 ) TABLE TO BE PREPARED FOR EACH CATEGORY ( 03A TO 04B ).

( 5 ) EXCLUDING PERSONS IN L/01 AND L/02 .

( 6 ) OPTIONAL .

1.2L 07

IF THE HOLDER IS ALSO THE MANAGER, DOES HE HAVE ANY OTHER GAINFUL ACTIVITY :

1.2.3.4 //

_ AS HIS/HER MAJOR OCCUPATION? _ AS A SUBSIDIARY OCCUPATION? //

TICK AS APPROPRIATE

1.2L 08

DOES THE HOLDER'S SPOUSE, CARRYING OUT FARM WORK FOR THE HOLDING, HAVE ANY OTHER GAINFUL ACTIVITY :

1.2.3.4 //

_ AS HIS/HER MAJOR OCCUPATION? _ AS A SUBSIDIARY OCCUPATION? //

TICK AS APPROPRIATE

1.2L 09

DOES ANY OTHER MEMBER OF THE HOLDER'S FAMILY ENGAGED IN THE FARM WORK OF THE HOLDING HAVE ANY OTHER GAINFUL ACTIVITY ( 1 ):

1.2.3.4 //

_ AS HIS/HER MAJOR OCCUPATION? _ AS A SUBSIDIARY OCCUPATION? //

INSERT NUMBER OF PERSONS

1.2L 10

TOTAL NUMBER OF EQUIVALENT FULL-TIME WORKING DAYS OF FARM WORK, NOT INCLUDED UNDER L 01 TO L 06, UNDERTAKEN ON THE HOLDING BY PERSONS NOT EMPLOYED DIRECTLY BY THE HOLDING ( E.G . CONTRACTORS' EMPLOYEES ) ( 2 ).

1.2.3 // //

INSERT NUMBER OF EQUIVALENT FULL-TIME WORKING DAYS DURING THE 12 MONTHS PRECEDING THE DAY OF THE SURVEY ( 3 ).

( 1 ) OPTIONAL FOR DENMARK .

( 2 ) OPTIONAL FOR MEMBER STATES WHICH ARE ABLE TO PROVIDE AN OVERALL ESTIMATE FOR THIS CHARACTERISTIC AT NATIONAL LEVEL .

( 3 ) THE UNITED KINGDOM IS AUTHORIZED TO SUBMIT THIS INFORMATION IN EQUIVALENT WORKING WEEKS .'

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