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Annual input consumption value of cattle in Scotland from 2003 to 2016 (in million GBP)

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Input consumption value of cattle in Scotland 2003-2016 This statistic shows the annual input consumption value of cattle in Scotland from 2003 to 2016. The input consumption value of cattle generally increased over the period concerned. In 2003 the input consumption value of cattle amounted to 46.3 million British pounds, by 2016 this input consumption value had increased to 117.2 million British pounds. In 2014 the input consumption value of cattle came to 129.5 million British pounds, this was the highest input consumption value recorded during this period.
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This statistic shows the annual input consumption value of cattle in Scotland from 2003 to 2016. The input consumption value of cattle generally increased over the period concerned. In 2003 the input consumption value of cattle amounted to 46.3 million British pounds, by 2016 this input consumption value had increased to 117.2 million British pounds. In 2014 the input consumption value of cattle came to 129.5 million British pounds, this was the highest input consumption value recorded during this period.
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Release date
June 2017
Region
United Kingdom (Scotland)
Survey time period
2003 to 2016
Supplementary notes
* Data for 2016 is provisional.

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