Egg prices continue to rise in November
In November 2019, the output price index for eggs continues to rise with an increase of 18.9 % compared to the previous month and of 13.0 % compared to November 2018.
Horticultural production also registers higher prices, especially for cauliflower and chicory, while prices for leeks and Brussels sprouts have decreased compared to October.
Index van de aankoopprijzen van de productiefactoren in land- en tuinbouw voor België, laatste 10 beschikbare maanden
Index van de aankoopprijzen van de productiefactoren in land- en tuinbouw voor België, laatste 6 jaar
Purpose and brief description
The agricultural price indexes (API) are above all used to analyze the evolution of prices and their impact on the agricultural income. The purpose of the price indexes is to provide information on trends in producer prices of agricultural products and purchase prices of the means of agricultural production. These indexes should allow comparing the trends between the member states and the European Union as well as between various products within a member state or the European Union. They should also facilitate the comparison between the trend of output prices and that of purchase prices of the means of agricultural production.
Agricultural holdings active in Belgium during the reference period
Results available 45 days after the reference period
Agricultural output price index :It is the agricultural output price index based on the sales of agricultural products delivered outside the agricultural sector.
Index of the purchase prices of the means of agricultural production : It is the index of purchase prices of the means of agricultural production to the exclusion of agricultural products as production means.
Average price of the agricultural and horticultural products : It is the average price received by the farmer when selling agricultural products.