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In addition, wheat, rapeseed and maize production also increased in 2017, as well as yields per hectare. Leafy and softwoods rose in 2017 According to Bnp Paribas' Agrifrance Observatory, prices for deciduous (oak, beech) and softwood forests (spice, pine) increased by 4 to 8% in 2017, depending on the type of wood. The Forest Hectare is worth 4,000 euros on average, but rises to 12,000 euros for quality forests. There were 130 transactions last year, covering 20,600 hectares. Income tax credits or reductions apply for forestry operations up to December 31, 2020. Where they do not constitute professional property (exempt, they, in full) the woods and forests, held directly or indirectly via a forest group, benefit from a 75% discount on their value declared at ifi French vineyards: continued inflation France, the second largest producer and consumer of wines worldwide, produced 35.6 million hectolitres of wines in 2017, a figure down 16% compared to 2016. In addition, the price of French vineyards has increased by 3.7% per year for the past ten years (3% excluding champagne). The average price differences per hectare are enormous: from 21,730 to 12.8 million euros in Burgundy, for example. The lowest transaction amounts were in Anjou and Languedoc last year (18,000 euros per hectare). The most expensive sale: 30 million per hectare for a grand cru classified in Burgundy.
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