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C) In Scotland agricultural censuses of stock numbers, crop areas and labour are held at the beginning of June and December and sampie surveys of pig numbers at the beginning of April and August. A census of agricultural machinery is normally taken every three years. (d) Primary data sources for the agricultural industry in Northern Ireland are the agricultural surveys carried out four times a year. Full censuses are taken in June and December and sampie enquiries cover pigs and poultry in April and August.
8 As might be expected, delays occur between collection of data and their publication. More up-to-date releases of information are available. 157] issued by MAFF relating to the June census for England and Wales gives area under individual crops and grass at national, regional and county level. Distribution of holdings at the June census analysed by crop size groups at national, regional and county level are available for wheat, badey, oats, total cereals, total potatoes, sugar beet and oilseed rape.
Consumers' expenditure, general govemment expenditure, capital formation and exports less imports) and with the factor incomes which are generated. All intermediate transactions are ignored though clearly there must be great interest in unravelling the flows and in tracing inter-industry linkages. g. chemical fertilisers, fuel, and so on down an enormous listing) to sustain its activities, as weIl as requiring what are strictly factors of production. Similarly, agriculture will seIl to other sectors (notably those processing its output) as weIl as to final demand.