15 November 2018
UK Organic Congress 2018

Going for Growth – Transforming organic food and farming in the UK

3 January 2019
Oxford Real Farming Conference

to 4th January 2019



28 October 2018
Our Common Ground

New progress report from the Food, Farming & Countryside Commission

26 October 2018
European Commission extends experiment on marketing populations

Marketing of cereal populations extended until 2021



2 November 2018
Future for UK organic farming debated at Congress in Rugby

'Going for Growth' is the theme of this year’s UK Organic Congress held in Rugby on 15-16 November

Organic Farm Incomes in England and Wales

Contract period:

2 December 2010 to 30 October 2012

Main funder:

DEFRA

Contact staff at ORC:

Prof. Nic Lampkin

Project leader and partners

Project leader - IBERS, Aberystwyth University. Simon Moakes.

Project output

Moakes, Simon; Lampkin, Nicolas and Gerrard, Catherine L (2016) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2014/15. Organic Research Centre, Newbury (as part of Organic Centre Wales).

Moakes, Simon; Lampkin, Nicolas and Gerrard, Catherine L (2015) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2013/14. Organic Research Centre, Newbury (as part of Organic Centre Wales).

Moakes, Simon; Lampkin, Nicolas and Gerrard, Catherine L (2014) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2012/13. Aberystwyth University and Organic Research Centre, Aberystwyth and Newbury.

Lampkin, Nic; Gerrard, Catherine L and Moakes, Simon (2014) Long term trends in the financial performance of organic farms, England & Wales, 2006/07–2011/12.. Organic Research Centre, Newbury.

Moakes, Simon; Lampkin, Nicolas and Gerrard, Catherine L (2013) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2011/12 (OF0373).. Aberystwyth University and Organic Research Centre, Aberystwyth and Newbury.

Moakes, Simon; Lampkin, Nicolas and Gerrard, Catherine L (2012) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2010/11 (OF 0373). Aberystwyth University and Organic Research Centre, Aberystwyth and Newbury.

Moakes, Simon and Lampkin, Nicolas (2011) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2009/10 (OF 0373). Aberystwyth University and Organic Research Centre, Aberystwyth and Newbury.

Growing Money: the economics of organic farming (PDF 426KB) – Interview with Nic Lampkin and Simon Moakes – DEFRA Elements Autumn 2010.

Moakes, Simon and Lampkin, Nicolas (2010) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2008/09 (OF 0373). Aberystwyth University and Organic Research Centre, Aberystwyth and Newbury.

Moakes, Simon and Lampkin, Nicolas (2009) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2007/08 (OF 0373). Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth.

Jackson, Andrew; Moakes, Simon and Lampkin, Nicolas (2008) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2006/07 (OF 0373). Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth.

Jackson, Andrew and Lampkin, Nicolas (2008) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2005/06 (OF 0373). Aberystwyth University, Institute of Rural Sciences.

Jackson, A and Lampkin, N (2006) Organic Farm incomes in England and Wales 2004-05(OF 0189). University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Aberystwyth.

Jackson, Andrew and Lampkin, Nicolas (2005) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2003/04 (OF0189). University of Wales Aberystwyth, Institute of Rural Sciences.

Jackson, Andrew and Lampkin, Nicolas (2005) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2002/03. University of Wales Aberystwyth, Institute of Rural Sciences.

Jackson, Andrew; Lampkin, Nicolas and Fowler, Sue (2004) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 2001/02. University of Wales Aberystwyth, Institute of Rural Sciences.

Jackson, Andrew; Lampkin, Nicolas and Fowler, Sue (2004) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 1999/00 and 2000/01. University of Wales Aberystwyth, Institute of Rural Sciences.

Fowler, Sue; Lampkin, Nicolas and Wynne-Jones, Iwan (2001) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 1998/99. University of Wales Aberystwyth, Institute of Rural Sciences.

Fowler, Susan; Lampkin, Nicolas and Midmore, Peter (2000) Organic farm incomes in England and Wales 1995/96 - 1997/98. University of Wales Aberystwyth, Institute of Rural Sciences.