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Characterized by small and medium scale farms, rich flora and fauna and large resources of water, agriculture and forestry are significant for Austria’s economy. Enterprises range from dairy, beef and sheep to arable, pig, poultry and wine.
Agriculture in Belgium is mainly divided between crop production and raising livestock. The nation’s main crops include barley, corn, potatoes, sugar beets, wheat, and assorted fruits and vegetables. Sugar beets, potatoes, and barley are the main staples.
The natural diversity creates ideal conditions for stock-breeding, presented by cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry. The pride of Bulgaria is the high-quality production of oil-bearing rose, pure Bulgarian yoghurt and exuberant wines
Commodities such as milk, livestock, grain, sugar and malt have long asserted themselves as agricultural exports. Agriculture is no longer for the production of food only but now occupies an important social and environmental function.
Agriculture is the foundation of the Finnish food economy. Most of the foodstuffs consumed in Finland are still of domestic origin. The most significant agricultural products are milk, meat, eggs, cereals and potato.
France is the most visited country in the world, receiving millions of foreign visitors each year. Many of them visit the famous attractions in Paris, or the greatly respected wine-producing regions such as Bordeau, Burgundy or Alsace.
One location – a wealth of options! Germany’s agriculture offers a big bunch of various topics for professionals. Germany’s agriculture offers a big bunch of various topics for professionals: Highly efficient crop and animal production, outstanding innovations in renewable energies, sustainable and organic production as well as innovative ideas for marketing.
Hungary’s contribution to science is substantial, having produced several famous mathematicians and computer scientists. Well-known Hungarian cuisine includes Goulash and Gundel pancakes. Visitors to Hungary often attend events such as The Budapest Spring festival at the end of March.
The Emerald Isle is often how Ireland is referred to, due to the particularly lush, green vistas which are common there. Ireland is recognised for its excellence in scientific research and contributions to advances in fields such as fibre optics.
Italy is the fifth most visited country in international tourism arrivals, Italy is the world’s top wine producer, and one of the leading in olive oil, fruits and vegetables. The northern part of the country offers modern agriculture with large arable land, dairy and pig production.
Lithuania is a country in Northern Europe, one of the three Baltic States. The old agriculture traditions with difficult historical changes, new standpoint and EU support at these days let us grow our dairy, beef, sheep and goat, poultry, rape, cereals, vegetables and potatoes farming activities very quickly.
The Netherlands, a strip of fertile and reclaimed land, is strategically positioned in Northwest Europe. The Netherlands is known for milk, dairy and cheese, arable and horticulture farming; vegetables and flowers in fully computerized greenhouses. Precision farming and automatic milking systems are well developed.
Norway has small-scale farms compared to many other European countries, it is rich in diversity: from larger dairy and vegetable farms in the southwest; to the grain in the southeast; to the central mountain region with a diverse range of farms including traditional summer mountain farming.
This is a country that has the oldest borders in Europe, with an exceptional range of different landscapes just a short distance away, lots of leisure activities and unique cultural heritage. Situated in the extreme south-west of Europe, just a few hours from any of the other European capitals.
Romania is a country where East and West meet and mix in a creative way, a Latin speaking people locked inside a ring made out of Slavic countries and Hungary. Agriculture has traditionally been the backbone of the Romanian economy; more than one-third of the land is devoted to cultivation.
Slovakia˜s cooperative farms from times before the Velvet Revolution (1989) transferred to private hands and, after significant investment in technology, the country now has one of the largest average farm sizes within the EU. In addition to conventional agriculture such as cattle or corn production.
Spain enjoys a dynamic economy and possesses many natural resources, such as iron, coal, uranium and mercury. Spain’s agricultural industry produces olives, vegetables, sugar beets, grain and many other valuable foods, for domestic consumption and for export.
Sweden is a long country, the south is close to the continental climate and the very north offers a wild mountainous landscape. Forestry and connected business are one of the main productions in the country. The dairy sector is known for both breeding and the dairy service company de Laval/Alfa Laval
Turkey’s soil and there are a lot of plants/fruits, such as hazelnuts, cherries, pomegranates, apple and grapes originate from here. Irrigation systems originating from the Sumerian and Hittite culture are partly still used today. It is also believed that brewing was invented by the Hittites.
As the biggest European country, Ukraine is strikingly different from the majority of European nations and is a real mystery for millions of tourists. The country’s fertile black soil, natural diversity, private farms and huge agrarian holdings, well-developed and modern infrastructure are turning Ukraine into the main breadbasket of the world.
Agriculture in the United Kingdom uses around 70% of the country’s land area, around 17.2 million hectares and produces high-quality cereals, oilseed rape, sugar beet, potatoes and vegetables, fruits. Boasting many native breeds of livestock, as well as keen preservation of rare breeds and increasingly popular agricultural shows.