The typology of agricultural holdings is the classification of agricultural holdings at three levels: general, main and special. It is primarily used to present data with regard to the type of agricultural activity and the class of economic size.

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Standard output (SO)

The standard output of an agricultural product (crop or livestock), abbreviated as SO, is the average monetary value of the agricultural output at farm-gate price, in euro per hectare or per head of livestock.

There is a regional SO coefficient for each product, as an average value over a reference period of 5 years. The sum of all the SO per hectare of crop and per head of livestock in a farm is a measure of its overall economic size, expressed in euro.

The standard output is used to classify agricultural holdings by type of farming and by economic size.

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