Survey ID
Location Code
AGRICULTURAL and HORTICULTURAL CENSUS
3 JUNE 2013
NOTICE REQUIRING INFORMATION by 18 JUNE 2013
Location/Unit names
REDUCED FORM FOR 2013
Non- SAF APPLICANTS
Section 1 Area of location recorded in the Scottish Government
corporate register.
Area you own
Area you rent in under a full tenancy
TOTAL AREA
Section 2
Owned area
Enter details of the area you own at this location (exclude land you
rent out for 365 days or more).
Hectares to nearest 0.01
Telephone no:
AGRICULTURAL CENSUS: AGRICULTURE ACT 1947
SECTION 78 (As Amended)
This is the 2013 Agricultural Census form. We would be
grateful if you would complete and return the form, as required
by the above Act. Please complete the sections relevant to the
location code in the top right hand corner of the form.
TOTAL of Area you own
1
If any of the land entered at box 1
above is in a crofting county (see
notes) and registered with the
Crofter’s Commission enter area in
hectares here.
2
Rented area
Enter area of land you rent in at this location (365 days or more)
by tenancy agreement
Hectares to nearest 0.01
Rented croft registered with the
3
Crofter’s Commission.
Small Landholders Act tenancy
Enter
(only found outside crofting
4
Years
counties)
specified
91 Act tenancy: Any tenancy for
in longest
more than 1 year with full security of
5
lease
tenure and succession rights
I know that there will be many pressures on your time, but I do
want to emphasise that the information you provide is very
important to us, so I hope that you will fill in the form as soon
as you can. However, I do need to tell you that the Act means
that you could be fined if you do not complete and return the
form, and that you could face a penalty if you knowingly or
recklessly provide false information.
The information you give should be as at 3 June 2013 except
where otherwise stated, and we need you to return the form no
later than 17 June 2013. The information you provide is
confidential and cannot be disclosed without your written
consent, except as specified in Section 80 of the above Act
and Section 12 of the European Communities Act 1972.
91 Act, Ltd Partnership: Any
tenancy for more than 1 year where
the tenant is a limited partnership
SLDT: entered into on or after
Martinmas 2003 for between 1 and
5 years duration
LDT: entered into on or after
Martinmas 2003 for 10 years or
more and with a specific end date
Total area rented in on a full
tenancy at this location
(boxes 3 to 8 above)
Thank you for reading this, and for taking the time to complete
the form.
The Scottish Government
Rural and Environment Analytical Services
Q Spur, Saughton House
Broomhouse Drive
Edinburgh EH11 3XD
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11
7
12
8
13
9
Hectares
TOTAL AREA of this location
(Box 1 – owned plus Box 9 rented)
Graeme Dickson
Director General Enterprise, Environment and Digital
10
Section 3 Seasonal Rents (364 days or less)
Area of land recorded in section 2 that you rent
out seasonally (364 days or less) to another
person
If any of the land entered at box 1,
above, is rented out under SLDT, please
state the number of SLDT leases
To see the full range of our agricultural publications, go to:
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Statistics
If you need help or further information, please contact:
Hectares
1
Number
2
Hectares
Name
Please state the combined area of any
SLDT leases entered at box 2, above.
3
Telephone number:
Area of land rented in on a seasonal basis from
another person. (364 days or less)
4
Hectares
1
Bar code
Section 5 Grassland
Section 4 Crops
Hectares to nearest 0.01
Hectares to nearest 0.01
Wheat for combining
1
Triticale for combining
2
Winter
3
Spring
4
Winter
5
Spring
6
Grass under 5 years old
(including grass sown this year without a nurse
crop)
Grass 5 years old and older
(i.e. grown in 2008 or earlier)
TOTAL CROPS AND GRASS
(total of Section 4 box 29 and boxes 1 and 2
above
Barley for combining
Rough Grazings – Mountain, Hill, Moor, Deer
forest situated within the farming unit, enclosed
or not. Do not include woods, roads, etc., share
in common grazings or land taken seasonally.
Woodland – total area of woodland (other than
orchards) forming part of the location, including
woodland used for commercial or amenity
purposes, and forest trees.
Other land – i.e. roads, yards, buildings
(excluding glasshouses in use) ponds, derelict
land, etc.
AREA OF ALL LAND to which this form relates.
TOTAL of Section 5 boxes 3+4+5+6 above.
(Must agree with Section 2 box 10 on page 1)
Oats for combining
Mixed grain for threshing (only mixtures of
wheat, barley and oats or any 2 of these).
7
Winter
8
Spring
9
Rape for oilseed
Linseed
10
Aromatic, medicinal & culinary plants
11
Potatoes intended mainly for seed
12
Potatoes intended mainly for ware
13
Beans for combining
14
Peas for combining
15
Lupins
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Section 6 Vegetables for human consumption grown in the open
Hectares to nearest 0.01
Peas
1
Turnips & swedes
17
Beans
2
Stock
Feeding
crops
Kale & cabbage
18
Leeks
3
Rape
19
Turnips and Swedes
4
(not for
human
consumption)
Maize
20
Cabbages and Savoys
5
Fodder beet
21
Other crops including cereal
for silage (not grass)
Brussels sprouts
6
22
Calabrese / sprouting broccoli
7
Cauliflower, Broccoli-heading varieties
8
Carrots
9
Lettuce
10
Rhubarb
11
Vegetables for human consumption grown in the
open (must agree with Section 6 box 13)
23
Orchard fruit – apples, plums etc for sale or
manufacture. Include land planted with maiden
trees, but exclude fruit stocks (see Section 8
box 3)
24
Soft fruits grown in open (not under glass or
walk-in plastic structures)
25
Other crops not included above (not grass) See
notes Section 4
26
Fallow land for 5 years or less
27
Fallow land for more than 5 years
28
TOTAL OF CROPS AND FALLOW LAND
(boxes 1 to 28 above)
Other vegetables – area of individual crops
which are too small to be shown separately
TOTAL VEGETABLES boxes 1 to 12 above
(this figure must agree with Section 4 box 23)
13
Section 7 Soft fruit grown in the open (not under glass or walk-in
plastic structures)
Hectares to nearest 0.01
29
Box 26 above (other crops. If crops other than glasshouse crops,
bulbs, flowers and nursery stock are included, enter the total area in the
box below.
Unspecified crops – total area
12
Strawberries
1
Raspberries
2
Blackcurrants
3
Mixed and other kinds of soft fruit – including
those above which as individual crops are too
small to be shown separately.
TOTAL SOFT FRUIT boxes 1 to 4 above
(this figure must agree with Section 4 box 25)
30
Please name unspecified crops recorded at box 30 e.g. Lucerne,
Christmas trees, etc in the box below
31
2
4
5
Section 8
Section 12 Poultry
Bulbs, flowers and nursery stock grown in the open
Hectares to nearest 0.01
Bulbs/flowers grown for the production of dry
bulbs and/or cut flowers in the open
Bedding and pot plants grown in the open
Fruit stocks – spawn beds, runner
beds, stool beds and young plants
intended for sale
Hardy
nursery
Roses and rose stocks
stock in
Shrubs
the
open
Ornamental trees (not forest trees)
Other nursery stock – herbaceous
plants, alpines, etc. (not forest trees)
TOTAL (this figure should also be included in
Section 4 box 26)
Number
1
Fowls
laying
eggs for
eating
2
3
Fowls
of all
ages for
breeding
4
5
6
7
8
Hens in
the
laying
stock
Hens in the first laying
season
1
Moulted hens
2
Pullets being reared for laying
3
Females
laying
eggs
to hatch layer chicks
4
to hatch table chicks
5
Cocks
6
Broilers and other table fowls
7
Turkeys
8
Ducks
9
Geese
10
Other poultry
11
TOTAL POULTRY
Section 9 Glasshouses and walk-in plastic structures
Do not include any areas recorded in Section 7
Walk-in plastic structures
1
Glass clad structures
2
12
Section 13 Cattle
Square metres
Glasshouses
( boxes 1 to 11 above)
Give details of produce grown in boxes 1 and 2 above
in boxes 3 to 9 below
Area of which is tomatoes
3
Area of which is strawberries
4
Area of which is raspberries
5
Area of which is other fruit
6
Area of which is vegetables
7
Area of which is bedding and pot plants
8
Area of which is hardy nursery stock
9
Cattle figures
will be collected
from the
information you
provide to the
British Cattle
Movement
Service ( BCMS)
Section 10 Pigs
Number
Sows in pig
1
Gilts in pig
2
Other sows for breeding
3
Barren sows for fattening
4
Gilts 50kg and over, not yet in pig, but expected
to be used for breeding
5
Boars being used for service
6
All other
pigs not
entered
above
110kg liveweight and over
7
80kg and under 110kg liveweight
8
50kg and under 80kg liveweight
9
20kg and under 50kg liveweight
10
Under 20kg liveweight
11
TOTAL PIGS
(boxes 1 to 11 above)
12
Section 11 Sheep
Number
Ewes used for breeding in 2013/14 season
(actual number at 3 June 2013)
Rams to be used/expected to be used for
service in 2013
Other sheep 1 year
old and over
1
2
for breeding
3
other
4
Lambs (estimate if not counted)
5
TOTAL SHEEP
6
(boxes 1 to 5 above)
3
Bar Code
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Section 15
Section 18
Labour on the location at 3rd June 2013
Please enter the number of people that are employed/contracted to
work on this location EXCLUDING the occupier and spouse already
accounted for in Section 17
Miscellaneous livestock
Number
Deer of all ages and types (exclude wild
or park deer which cannot be gathered,
identified, recorded and handled).
1
Horses used in agriculture/horticulture
2
All other horses and ponies
3
Female goats that have kidded in 2013 or
will kid in 2013
Other female goats that have been used
for breeding in previous years
Number of people
Full-time
regular
staff
employed
on
3 June
2013
4
5
All other goats and kids
6
Alpacas
7
Llamas
8
Other camelids
9
Part-time
regular
staff
employed
on
3 June
2013
Section 16 Other farm livestock not mentioned elsewhere
Number
Other livestock
1
2
If you do farm work on more than one location, do not enter
yourself or your spouse on more than one form.
If the farm is run by a partnership or company, enter details of only one
of the working partners/directors as the occupier (and his/her spouse) if
doing farm work.
Enter other partners/directors in section 18
Please tick one box
proportion of time spent working
on this location
Full-time
Parttime
Age
41 to
54
Age
40
and
under
Age
41 to
54
Females
2
Members of
occupier’s family
3
Business partners
4
Hired
5
Members of
occupier’s family
6
Business partners
7
Hired
8
Members of
occupier’s family
9
Business partners
10
Hired
11
Members of
occupier’s family
12
Age
55 to
64
13
14
15
Age
65
and
over
Non-family labour employed on non-regular basis
1
Contract labour
2
Migrant workers (i.e. workers that are not UK
nationals)
3
Section 20
New entrants
1
Half-time or more
2
Less than half-time
3
Not working
4
Please tick one box
Spouse (if applicable)
proportion of time spent working
on this location
Full-time
Parttime
Males
Hired
Section 19
Contractors and migrant workers
Please enter the number of person working days worked during the last
12 months
Number of working days
Section 17 Labour - Occupier/spouse doing farm work
Age
40
and
under
Females
1
Casual and seasonal
Males
staff employed on 3 June
Females
2013
TOTAL REGULAR, CASUAL AND
SEASONAL STAFF
Boxes 1 to 14 above
Please specify type of livestock in the box below
Occupier (if applicable)
Males
Business partners
Age
55 to
64
Metric Conversion
To convert Acres into Hectares multiply your area in Acres by 0.4047
Age
65
and
over
Example: 554 Acres x 0.4047 acres = 224.2038 Hectares
To convert Sq Feet to Sq Metres multiply your area in Sq Feet by
1
Half-time or more
2
Less than half-time
3
Not working
0.0929
Example: 2000 Sq Feet x 0.0929 = 185.8 Sq metres
To convert Sq Metres to Hectares you should divide your area in Sq
Metres by 10,000
Example: 8000 Sq Metres divided by 10,000 = 0.8 Hectares
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Declaration by owner / occupier I declare that the information given on this form is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief
Signature
If the signature is not that of the addressee, please state below the reason you
are signing. e.g. manager, agent, owner absent , etc.
Full name
(please PRINT)
Status
Date
Telephone number if different from that printed on page 1
This is the end of the survey. Thank you for taking the time to complete the form. Please now return this form in the enclosed pre-paid envelope
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