At a glance
The farm accountancy data network (FADN) monitors farms' income and business activities. It is also an important informative source for understanding the impact of the measures taken under the common agricultural policy.
FADN is the only source of microeconomic data based on harmonised bookkeeping principles. It is based on national surveys and cover only EU agricultural holdings which due to their size can be considered commercial.
The methodology applied aims to provide representative data according to three categories: region, economic size and type of farming.
Results and analysis
The FADN public database aggregates, after validation, individual data into standard results.
Farm economy data by sector:
Access to FADN online platforms
The Commission shares information via public folders and operates a computerised system for the collection, verification and processing of data supplied by EU countries. They can be accessed using the following links:
This online platform with restricted access is dedicated to EU countries’ FADN liaison agencies.
- FADN interest group (on CIRCABC)
The public folders on this secure working area contain information (for example publications using FADN data) and instructions (complete FADN methodology, instructions, and definitions) to stakeholders interested in the FADN’s activities. FADN community committee members and EU countries’ FADN liaison agencies can access restricted folders containing presentations, minutes and documentation.