Concept selected: Common land


Common land is land that does not belong directly to the holding, and in which communal rights are applied. It may be land for permanent pastures, horticultural land or other land.
In general, common land is property of the State, Autonomous Community, municipal councils, parishes or neighbourhood entities, in which several owners, whether individuals or companies, are authorised to exercise operating rights in common.
Excluded from them are those common pasture lands which, during the reference year, have been distributed by lottery or as a lease.
This studies the total number of animals in the holding that use communal pastures, and the number of months that they have used such pastures during the agricultural campaign, regardless of whether or not they spend the night on that land.


Survey on Production Methods in Agricultural Operations. Methodology


Statistical operations

(enlaces al Inventario de Operaciones Estadísticas)

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