- 1. Johann Heinrich von Thunen-Institute, Federal Research Institute for Rural Areas, Forestry and Fisheries, Institute of Farm Economics, Germany.
- 2. Based on the Health Check reform, the payments in France that are still coupled have been redistributed mainly in favour of suckler cows and grassland-based milk production (Chatellier and Guyomard, 2010).
- 3. Rearrangements between the former Direct Payments and the implementation of the hybrid model since 2005 are not considered.
- 4. The stratification in production direction occurs separately for each group; overlapping above all in the smaller farms, e.g. between bull fattening and milk production.
- 5. This indicator is commonly used for income comparisons between private farms and legal entities.
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