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Journal on Agricultural Policy and Farming

"Berichte über Landwirtschaft" (Agricultural Reports) is published by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL). They have been available as E-journals in an online format since May 2013 (volume 91).

As of 1 January 2013 the former BMELV transferred the editorial office of the journal for agricultural policy and agriculture "Berichte über Landwirtschaft" (Agricultural Reports) to the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food (BLE). Starting with volume 91, "Berichte für Landwirtschaft" was made available as E-journal in an online format at the following address.

http://buel.bmelv.de

The journal is still published in three yearly volumes.

Editor:

Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung (BLE)
Pressestelle
Schriftleitung "Berichte über Landwirtschaft"
Deichmanns Aue 29
53179 Bonn
E-Mail: buel@ble.de
Telefon: Tassilo Frhr. von Leoprechting , +49 228-6845-3561

Archive (2000 to 2012)

The journals up to volume 90 of December 2012 can be ordered at any book store or directly at:

Kohlhammer Verlag
70549 Stuttgart
E-Mail: landwirtschaft@kohlhammer.de

English summaries of the "Reports on Agriculture" back issues (2002 to 2012)
YearIssueSpecial editions
2012 (Volume 90)Number 3 (December)
Number 2 (August)
Number 1 (April)

2011 (Volume 89)

Number 1 (May)
Number 2 (September)
Number 3 (December)
2010 (Volume 88)Number 1 (May)
Number 2 (September)
Number 3 (December)

2009 (Volume 87)

Number 1 (May)
Number 2 (September)
Number 3 (December)
2008 (Volume 86)Number 1 (May)Issue 216: Use of biomass for energy generation - Recommendations to policy-makers
Number 2 (October)
Number 3 (December)Issue 217: Future of rural areas
2007 (Volume 85)Number 1 (May)
Number 2 (September)
Number 3 (December)
2006 (Volume 84)Number 1 (May)
Number 2 (August)
Number 3 (December)
2005 (Volume 83)Number 1 (April)
Number 2 (August)
Number 3 (December)
2004 (Volume 82)Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (October)
Number 4 (December)
2003 (Volume 81)Number 1 (March)
Number2 (June)
Number 3 (October)
Number 4 (December)
2002 (Volume 80)Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (July)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (November)

Further information

Tradition – Innovation – a Devotion to Detail
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Startbild Agrarexport

Germany is the world’s third largest exporter of agricultural goods. German products are popular and in demand. The film on "Quality made in Germany" shows why. In approximately three minutes, the film shows the wide range of products offered by the German agri-food industry – in the fields of seed and planting stock, animal genetics, agricultural machinery, raw materials (cultivation and production), and semi-finished and finished products.

Germany stands for a modern, productive and at the same time sustainable agri-food industry. The film shows how the industry meets the high quality standards that apply in all sectors. These quality standards guarantee that all exports are of top quality.

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"Understanding Farming"
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Screenshot of the film „Understanding Farming“

Germany, the land of engineering ingenuity and industry, has at the same time always remained a country with a strong agricultural sector. Despite a high population density, half of the land in Germany is farmed. Around one million people, working in approximately 285,000 agricultural enterprises, produce more than 50 billion Euros’ worth of goods a year.

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