Statens Jordbruksverk
Sveriges officiella statistik - Statistiska meddelanden
Arrendepriser på jordbruksmark 2014

JO 39 SM 1501

 

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List of terms

Summary

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Before the accession to the EU, Swedish statistics on agricultural land prices and rents were not calculated or published on a regular basis. This kind of statistics has since 1973 annually been provided to Eurostat by most member states. Since the accession to the EU in 1995, Sweden is also providing Eurostat with annual statistics on agricultural land prices and rents.

In Sweden there are approximately 30 000 farmers that rent land. The price estimations of agricultural rents are based on sample surveys with postal inquiries. About 1 800 farmers have been included in the stratified sample. The questionnaire is designed to enable estimations of the rented values of agricultural land excluding other things than land, such as buildings or entitlements.

Between the accession to the EU in 1995 and 2011, rent prices in Sweden have doubled. Since 2011, however the average price has remained around 1 650 SEK per hectare. The average price in Sweden to rent one hectare agricultural land, including rents without payment was 1 666 SEK in 2014. For arable land the average price was 1 763 SEK and for permanent grassland 599 SEK. The prices for land rents increased by 2 % between 2013 and 2014, but the increase is not statistically significant. The biggest increase was found in the central districts of Götaland and in the northern parts of Sweden. In average, the rents for agricultural land in the southern parts of Sweden are more than ten times higher than in the northern parts.

List of tables

 

Explanation of symbols

1. Average rent for agricultural land 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014, SEK/ha, including rents without payment.

2. Average rent for agricultural land 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014, SEK/ha, excluding rents without payment.

3. Average rent for arable land 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014, including rents without payment, SEK/ha1.

4. Development of rents for agricultural land including rents without payment 1995–2014 (1994=100).

5. Percentage of rents without payment 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014.

6. Average number of contracts per holding 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014.

7. Proportion of written contracts 1996, 2007 and 2008.

8. Total agricultural land in Sweden, rented area, number of holdings that rent land, average rented hectares per holding according to Farm register 2013.

9. Average rent for agricultural land 2009­–2014, SEK/ha, including rents without payment, excluding rents with entitlements and buildings

 

List of terms

Arrendepris på jordbruksmark

 

Rent for agricultural land

Arrenderad

 

Rented

Betesmark

 

Permanent grassland

Genomsnittlig

 

Average

Götalands mellanbygder

 

Central districts in Götaland

Götalands norra slättbygder

 

Plain district in northern Götaland

Götalands skogbygder

 

Forest districts in Götaland

Götalands södra slättbygder

 

Plain district in southern Götaland

Mellersta Sveriges skogsbygder

 

Forest districts in central Sweden

Nedre Norrland

 

Lower parts of Norrland

 

Norra Sverige

”NUTSII” area including two NUTSII areas, Mellersta Norrland and Övre Norrland

 

Produktionsområde

 

Production areas. Sweden divided in areas by soil type 

 

Skriftliga avtal

 

Written contracts

Småland med öarna

 

NUTSII area Småland med öarna

Svealands slättbygder

 

Plain districts in Svealand

Västsverige

 

NUTSII area Västsverige

Åkermark

 

Arable land

Östra Mellansverige

”NUTSII” area including two NUTSII areas,  Stockholm and Östra Mellan-sverige

 

Övre Norrland

Upper parts of Norrland