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Farm income from cattle in Canada: Decrease in 2016

New measurements on cattle in Canada have been issued by Canada National Statistical Office. Farm income declined by 17.45 percent in 2016.

Farm income from cattle in Canada: Decrease in 2016
Date Thousand Canadian Dollars Variation
2016 24 614.00 -17.45
2015 29 818.00 13.88
2014 26 184.00 40.38
2013 18 652.00 4.83
2012 17 792.00 4.84
2011 16 971.00 15.64
2010 14 676.00 4.07
2009 14 102.00 -14.7
2008 16 532.00 0.24
2007 16 493.00 -21.31

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