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Section A Agriculture, hunting and forestry

Section A covers the exploitation of vegetable and animal natural resources. The section comprises the activities of growing

    crops, raising animals, harvesting timber, and harvesting other plants and animals from a farm or their natural habitats.

01 Agriculture, hunting and related service activities

Division 01 first of all distinguishes two basic activities

    ? Production of crop products (01.1: Growing of crops…) and

    ? Production of animal products (01.2: Farming of animals).

Within 01.1 a distinction is made between

    ? field crops which generally follow a yearly cycle (01.11 and 01.12), such as cereal, vegetable or flower growing

    ? crops with a long cycle such as plantations (e.g. coffee, cocoa, etc.), vineyards and orchards (01.13).

Within group 01.2 (Farming of animals), the activities are grouped according to the type of animal and not according to the type

    of product produced (e.g. meat, milk, hide, etc.) and without distinguishing between total confinement (non-grazing) and open

    range pasture farming.

Group 01.3 (Mixed farming) breaks with the usual principles for identifying main activity. It accepts that many agricultural

    holdings have reasonably balanced crop and animal production, and that it would be arbitrary to classify them in one category

    or the other.

Certain operations such as soil preparation, planting, harvesting, and management, which are normally part of farm operation

    may be carried out by agricultural support units on a fee or contract basis, as agricultural (01.41) or animal husbandry (01.42)

    service activities.

Agricultural activity excludes any subsequent processing of the agricultural products (classified under division 15: Manufacture

    of food products, and division 16: Manufacture of tobacco products), beyond that needed to prepare them for the primary

    markets. However, as an exception to the general rule for classification of integrated activities, a unit processing its own

    agricultural production on the farm is classified to 01, even though the output normally is the product of division 15 and 16.

    Examples are

    Growing of grapes and production of wine from these Growing of olives and production of olive oil from these.

The division excludes field construction (e.g. agricultural land terracing, drainage, preparing rice paddies, etc.) classified in

    division 45 (Construction) and buyers and cooperative associations engaged in the marketing of farm products classified in

    section G (Wholesale and retail trade; …)

01.1 Growing of crops; market gardening; horticulture

    This group also includes: - growing under cover 01.11 Growing of cereals and other crops n.e.c.

    This class includes:

    - growing of cereal grains: hard and soft wheat, rye, barley, oats, maize, rice, etc.

    - growing of potatoes

    - growing of sugar beet

    - growing of tobacco, including its preliminary processing: harvesting and drying of tobacco leaves

    - growing of oilseeds or oleaginous fruit: peanuts, soya, colza, etc.

    - production of sugar beet seeds and forage plant seeds (including grasses)

    - growing of hop cones, roots and tubers with a high starch or inulin content

    - growing of cotton; growing of diverse textile plants; retting of plants bearing vegetable fibres

    - growing of dried leguminous vegetables such as field peas and beans

    - growing of plants used chiefly in pharmacy or for insecticidal, fungicidal or similar purposes

    - growing of crops n.e.c.

    This class excludes:

    - growing of melons, see 01.12

    - growing of sweet corn, see 01.12

    - growing of other vegetables, see 01.12

    - growing of flowers, see 01.12

    - production of flower and vegetable seeds, see 01.12

    - growing of horticultural specialities, see 01.12

    - growing of olives, see 01.13

    - growing of beverage crops, see 01.13

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- growing of spice crops, see 01.13

    - growing of nuts, see 01.13

    - gathering of forest products and other wild growing material, see 02.01 - growing of vegetable materials used for plaiting, see 02.01 01.12 Growing of vegetables, horticultural specialities and nursery products

    This class includes:

    - growing of vegetables: tomatoes, melons, onions, cabbages, lettuce, cucumbers, carrots, beans, cress, sweet corn, courgettes,

    egg-plants, leeks

    - growing of seasoning herbs and vegetables: capers, ‟peppers‟, fennel, parsley, chervil, tarragon, sweet marjoram

    - growing of mushrooms, gathering of forest mushrooms or truffles

    - growing of flowers

    - production of seeds for flowers, fruit or vegetables

    - growing of plants for planting or ornamental purposes, including turf for transplanting This class excludes:

    - growing of potatoes, see 01.11

    - growing of sugar beets, see 01.11

    - growing of oilseeds and oleaginous fruit, see 01.11

    - growing of roots and tubers with a high starch or inulin content, see 01.11 - growing of cotton or other vegetable textile materials, see 01.11 - growing of spice crops, see 01.13

    - growing of olives, see 01.13

    - operation of forest tree nurseries, see 02.01

    - growing of Christmas trees, see 02.01

    01.13 Growing of fruit, nuts, beverage and spice crops

    This class includes:

    - production of fruit: apples, pears, citrus fruit, apricots, strawberries, berries, cherries, peaches, bananas, avocados, dates, etc.

    - production of wine grapes and table grapes

    - production of wine from self-produced grapes

    - production of edible nuts, including coconuts

    - growing of beverage crops such as coffee, cocoa, tea, mate

    - growing of spice crops: bay, basil, anise, coriander, cumin, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, etc. - growing of olives for oil production and for direct consumption

    - production of olive oil from self-produced olives

This class also includes

    - gathering of berries or nuts

    This class excludes:

    - growing of peanuts, see 01.11

    - growing of hop cones, see 01.11

    - growing of fruit bearing vegetables, e.g. tomatoes, melons, cucumbers, etc., see 01.12 - growing of fresh ’peppers’, parsley and tarragon, see 01.12

    - production of olive oil other than from self-produced olives, see 15.42 - manufacture of cocoa, see 15.84

    - processing of tea leaves and coffee, see 15.86

    - production of wines other than from self-produced grapes, see 15.93 01.2 Farming of animals

    01.21 Farming of cattle, dairy farming

    This class includes:

    - farming of cattle

    - production of raw cow milk

    This class excludes:

    - farm animal boarding and care, see 01.42 - processing of milk outside the farm, see 15.51

    01.22 Farming of sheep, goats, horses, asses, mules and hinnies

    This class includes:

    - farming and breeding of horses, asses, mules or hinnies

    - farming of sheep and goats

    - production of raw wool

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- production of raw sheep or goat milk

    This class excludes:

    - sheep shearing on a fee or contract basis, see 01.42

    - production of pulled wool, see 15.11

    - operation of racing stables and riding academies, see 92.62

    01.23 Farming of swine

    01.24 Farming of poultry

    This class includes:

    - raising of poultry:

    ? turkeys, ducks, chickens, geese and guinea fowl or guinea hens

    - production of eggs

    This class excludes:

    - farming of other birds, see 01.25

    - production of feathers or downs, see 15.12

    01.25 Other farming of animals

    This class includes:

    - bee keeping and production of honey and beeswax

    - raising of rabbits

    - breeding of pet animals

    - raising of fur animals, production of raw furskins

    - raising of silk worms, production of silk worm cocoons

    - raising of water reptiles and frogs in basins

    - raising of snails

    - raising of diverse animals

    This class excludes:

    - farm animal boarding and care, see 01.42

    - production of hides and skins originating from hunting and trapping, see 01.50

    - training of pet animals, see 93.05

    01.3 Growing of crops combined with farming of animals (mixed farming)

    01.30 Growing of crops combined with farming of animals (mixed farming)

    This class includes:

    - crop growing in combination with farming of livestock at mixed activity units with a specialization ratio in either one of less

    than 66% of standard gross margins

    This class excludes:

    - mixed cropping or mixed livestock units, see their main activity

    01.4 Agricultural and animal husbandry service activities, except veterinary activities; landscape gardening

    01.41 Agricultural service activities; landscape gardening

    This class includes:

    - agricultural activities on a fee or contract basis:

    ? preparation of fields

    ? establishing a crop

    ? treatment of crops

    ? crop spraying, including by air

    ? trimming of fruit trees and vines

    ? transplanting of rice, thinning of beets

    ? harvesting and preparation of crops for primary markets, i.e. cleaning, trimming, grading, drying, disinfecting,

    waxcovering, polishing, wrapping, decorticating, retting, cooling or bulk packaging including packing in oxygen-free gases

    ? pest control (including rabbits) in connection with agriculture

    - operation of irrigation systems

    - landscape gardening for constructing, maintaining and redesigning landscapes such as:

    - parks and gardens for • private and public housing

    ? public and semi-public buildings (schools, hospitals, administrative buildings, church buildings etc.)

    ? municipal grounds (parks, green areas, cemeteries, etc)

    ? highway greenery (roads, train and tram lines, waterways, ports)

    ? industrial and commercial buildings

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    - greenery for buildings (roof gardens, facade greenery, indoor gardens) - sports grounds, play grounds and other recreational parks (sports grounds, play grounds, lawns for sunbathing, golf courses)

    - stationary and flowing water (basins, alternating wet areas, ponds, swimming pools, ditches, water courses, plant sewage

    systems

    - plantings and landscaping for protection against noise, wind, erosion, visibility and dazzling

    - landscaping measures for protecting the environment and nature as well as landscape maintenance (renaturalisation,

    recultivation, land improvement, retention areas, anti-flooding basins etc.) - arboriculture and tree surgery, including tree pruning and hedge trimming, replanting of large trees

    This class also includes:

    - renting of agricultural machinery with operators and crew This class excludes:

    - clearing of trees to make the land suitable for agricultural production, see 02.01

    - preparation of vegetable fibres, see 17.1

    - clearing of land to make it suitable for agricultural production, see 45 - marketing activities of commission merchants and cooperative associations, see 51

    - activities of agronomists and agricultural economists, see 74.14 - organization of agricultural shows and fairs, see 74.87 - planning and design of gardens and sport installations, see 74.20

    01.42 Animal husbandry service activities, except veterinary activities

    This class includes:

    - animal husbandry activities on a fee or contract basis:

    ? activities related to artificial insemination

    ? herd testing services, droving services, agistment services, poultry caponizing, coop cleaning, etc.

    ? activities to promote propagation, growth and output of animals

    ? farm animal boarding and care

    This class excludes:

    - provision of feed lot services, see 01.2

    - service activities to promote commercial hunting and trapping, see 01.50

    - marketing activities of commission merchants and cooperative associations, see 51

    - activities of agronomists and agricultural economists, see 74.14

    - veterinary activities, see 85.20

    01.5 Hunting, trapping and game propagation, including related service activities

    01.50 Hunting, trapping and game propagation, including related service activities

    This class includes:

    - hunting and trapping of animals for food, fur, skin, or for use in research, in zoos or as pets

    - production of furskins, reptile or bird skins from hunting or trapping activities

    - game propagation

    - service activities to promote commercial hunting and trapping

    This class also includes:

    - catching of sea mammals such as walrus and seal

    This class excludes:

    - production of furskins, reptile or bird skins from ranching operations, see 01.25

    - raising of animals on ranching operations, see 01.25

    - catching of whales, see 05.01

    - production of hides and skins originating from slaughterhouses, see 15.11

    - hunting for sport or recreation, see 92.62

    02 Forestry, logging and related service activities

    Forestry covers the production of standing timber as well as the extraction and gathering of wild growing forest materials.

    Besides the production of timber, forestry results in products which undergo little processing, such as wood for fuel or

    industrial use (e.g. pit-props, pulpwood, etc.).

    Further processing of wood beginning with sawmilling and planing of wood, which is generally done away from the logging

    area, is classified to Manufacture of wood and wood products (division 20), and production of charcoal is classified under

    division 24.

     02.0 Forestry, logging and related service activities

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02.01 Forestry and logging

    This class includes:

    - growing of standing timber: planting, replanting, transplanting, thinning and conserving of forests and timber tracts - growing of coppice and pulpwood

    - operation of forest tree nurseries

    - growing of Christmas trees

    - logging: felling of timber and production of wood in the rough such as pit-props, split poles, pickets or fuel wood - growing of vegetable materials used for plaiting

    This class also includes:

    - gathering of wild growing forest materials: balatta and other rubber-like gums, cork, lac, resins, balsams, vegetable hair, eel

    grass, acorns, horse-chestnuts, mosses, lichens

    This class excludes:

    - growing and gathering of mushrooms or truffles, see 01.12

    - gathering of berries or nuts, see 01.13

    - production of wood chips, see 20.10

    02.02 Forestry and logging related service activities

    This class includes:

    - forestry service activities: forestry inventories, timber evaluation, fire protection

    - logging service activities: transport of logs within the forest

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Section B Fishing

    Fishing is defined as the use of fishery resources from marine or freshwater environments, with the goal of capturing or

    gathering fish, crustaceans, molluscs and other marine products (e.g. pearls, sponges, etc).

    Section B also includes fish farming and aquaculture activity which produces similar products. It includes activities, which are

    normally integrated in the process of production for own account (e.g. seeding oysters for pearl production).

    Section B does not include building and repairing of boats (35.11) and sport or recreational fishing (92.62). Processing of fish,

    crustaceans or molluscs are excluded, whether at land based plants or on factory ships (fish industry: 15.20). However,

    processing taking place on board ships which fish are also classified to Section B. 05 Fishing, fish farming and related service activities 05.0 Fishing, fish farming and related service activities

    05.01 Fishing

    This class includes:

    - fishing in ocean, coastal or inland waters

    - taking of marine and freshwater crustaceans and molluscs

    - hunting of aquatic animals: turtles, sea squirts, tunicates, sea urchins, etc.

    This class also includes:

    - gathering of marine materials: natural pearls, sponges, coral and algae

    - service activities incidental to fishing

    This class excludes:

    - capturing of sea mammals, except whales, e.g. walruses, seals, see 01.50

    - processing of fish, crustaceans and molluscs not connected to fishing, i.e. on vessels only engaged in processing and

    preserving fish, or in factories ashore, see 15.20

    - fishing practised for sport or recreation and related services, see 92.62

    05.02 Fish farming

    This class includes:

    - production of oyster spat, mussels, lobsterlings, shrimp post-larvae, fish fry and fingerlings

    - growing of laver and other edible seaweeds

    - fish farming in sea and fresh water including farming of ornamental fish - cultivation of oysters

    - service activities incidental to the operation of fish hatcheries and fish farms

    This class excludes:

    - frog farming, see 01.25

    - operation of sport fishing preserves, see 92.62

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Section C Mining and quarrying

    Mining and quarrying include the extraction of minerals occurring naturally as solids (coal and ores), liquids (petroleum) or

    gases (natural gas). Extraction can be by underground or surface mining or well operation.

    This section includes supplementary operations needed to transport and market the mineral products, e.g. crushing, grinding,

    cleaning, drying, sorting, concentrating ores, liquefaction of natural gas and agglomeration of solid fuels. These operations are

    often accomplished by the units which extracted the resource and/or others located nearby.

    Mining activities are classified into divisions, groups and classes on the basis of the principal mineral produced. Sub-section

    CA is concerned with mining and quarrying of energy producing materials (coal, lignite and peat, hydrocarbons, uranium ore);

    subsection CB concerns non-energy producing materials (metal ores, various minerals and quarry products).

    Some of the technical operations of this section, particularly concerning the extraction of hydrocarbons, may also be done for

    third parties by specialized units as an industrial service. This section also includes:

    - agglomeration of coals and ores

    This section excludes:

    - processing of the extracted materials (see section D) - production of natural spring and mineral waters at springs and wells, see 15.98

    - crushing, grinding or otherwise treating certain earths, rocks and minerals not carried on in conjunction with mining and

    quarrying, see 26.81, 26.82

    - collection, purification and distribution of water, see 41.00

    - site preparation for mining, see 45.11

    - mineral prospecting, see 74.20

    Subsection CA Mining and quarrying of energy producing materials

    10 Mining of coal and lignite; extraction of peat The extraction of solid mineral fuels covers underground or open-cast mining and includes operations (e.g. grading, cleaning,

    etc.) leading to a marketable product including briquetting (e.g. briquettes and ovoids). It does not include coking (23.10).

    10.1 Mining and agglomeration of hard coal

    10.10 Mining and agglomeration of hard coal

    This class includes:

    - mining of hard coal: underground or surface mining

    - cleaning, sizing, grading, pulverizing, etc. of coal

    - agglomeration of hard coal

    This class also includes:

    - recovery of hard coal from tips

    This class excludes:

    - coke ovens producing solid fuels, see 23.10

    10.2 Mining and agglomeration of lignite

    10.20 Mining and agglomeration of lignite

    This class includes:

    - mining of lignite (brown coal): underground or surface mining

    - washing, dehydrating, pulverizing of lignite

    - agglomeration of lignite

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10.3 Extraction and agglomeration of peat

    10.30 Extraction and agglomeration of peat

    This class includes:

    - peat digging

    - peat agglomeration

    This class excludes:

    - manufacture of articles of peat, see 26.82

    11 Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas; service activities incidental to oil and gas extraction,

    excluding surveying

    This division includes the activities of operating and/or developing oil and gas field properties. Such activities may include

    completing, and equipping wells; operating separators, emulsion breakers, desilting equipment, and field gathering lines for

    crude petroleum; and all other activities in the preparation of oil and gas up to the point of shipment from the producing

    property. The division includes the production of crude petroleum, the mining and extraction of oil from oil shale and oil sands,

    and the production of natural gas and recovery of hydrocarbon liquids. Support services, on a fee or contract basis, required for

    the drilling or operation of oil and gas wells are classified in 11.20.

    This division excludes - refining of petroleum products, see 23.20

    - test drilling and boring see 45.12

    - geophysical surveying and mapping see 74.20

    11.1 Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas

    11.10 Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas

    This class includes:

    - extraction of crude petroleum

    - production of crude gaseous hydrocarbon (natural gas)

    - extraction of condensates

    - draining and separation of liquid hydrocarbon fractions

    - liquefaction and regasification of natural gas for transportation

    - gas desulphurization

    This class also includes:

    - extraction of bituminous shale and sand

    - production of crude petroleum from bituminous shale and sand

    This class excludes:

    - service activities incidental to oil and gas extraction, see 11.20

    - manufacture of refined petroleum products, see 23.20

    - recovery of liquefied petroleum gases in the refining of petroleum, see 23.20

    - operation of pipelines, see 60.30

    - geophysical, geological and seismographic surveys, see 74.20

    11.2 Service activities incidental to oil and gas extraction, excluding surveying

    11.20 Service activities incidental to oil and gas extraction, excluding surveying

    This class includes:

    - oil and gas extraction service activities provided on a fee or contract basis:

    ? directional drilling and redrilling; ‟spudding in‟; derrick erection in situ, repairing and dismantling; cementing oil and gas

    well casings; pumping of wells; plugging and abandoning wells, etc.

    This class excludes:

    - geophysical, geological and seismographic surveys, see 74.20

    12 Mining of uranium and thorium ores

    12.0 Mining of uranium and thorium ores

    12.00 Mining of uranium and thorium ores

    This class includes:

    - mining of uranium and thorium ores

    - concentration of such ores

    - manufacture of yellowcake

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This class excludes:

    - enrichment of uranium and thorium ores, see 23.30

    - production of fissile or fertile material, see 23.30

    - production of uranium metal, see 23.30

Subsection CB Mining and quarrying, except of energy producing materials

    13 Mining of metal ores

    This division includes:

    - underground and open-cast extraction of metal ores and native metals - preparation of ores:

    ? crushing and grinding of ores, washing of ores

    ? concentrating of ores by magnetic or gravimetric separation

    ? flotation, screening, grading, drying, calcination and roasting of ores This division excludes:

    - mining of uranium and thorium ores, see 12.00

    - roasting of iron pyrites, see 24.13

    - production of aluminium oxide, see 27.42

    13.1 Mining of iron ores

    13.10 Mining of iron ores

    This class includes:

    - mining of ores valued chiefly for iron content

    - beneficiation and agglomeration of iron ores

    This class excludes:

    - pyrites and pyrrhotite mining and preparation, see 14.30

    13.2 Mining of non-ferrous metal ores, except uranium and thorium ores

    13.20 Mining of non-ferrous metal ores, except uranium and thorium ores

    This class includes:

    - mining and preparation of ores valued chiefly for non-ferrous metal content:

    ? aluminium (bauxite), copper, lead, zinc, tin, manganese, chrome, nickel, cobalt, molybdenum, tantalum, vanadium, etc.

    ? precious metals: gold, silver, platinum

    This class excludes:

    - mining and preparation of uranium and thorium ores, see 12.00

    - production of aluminium oxide and mattes of nickel or of copper, see 27.4 14 Other mining and quarrying

    This division covers not only extraction from a quarry, but also dredging of alluvial deposits, rock crushing and the use of salt

    marshes. The products are used most notably in construction (e.g. sands, stones, etc.), manufacture of materials (e.g. clay, gypsum, calcium, etc.), manufacture of chemicals, etc.

    This division does not include processing (except crushing, grinding, cleaning, drying, sorting and mixing) of the minerals extracted. Salt production includes refining salt, which is suitable for human consumption.

    14.1 Quarrying of stone

    14.11 Quarrying of ornamental and building stone

    This class includes:

    - quarrying, rough trimming and sawing of monumental and building stone such as marble, granite and sandstone, etc. - crushing and breaking of stone

    This class excludes:

    - mining of chemical and fertilizer minerals, see 14.30

    - cutting, shaping and finishing of ornamental and building stone outside quarries, see 26.70 14.12 Quarrying of limestone, gypsum and chalk

    This class includes:

    - quarrying, crushing and breaking of limestone

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- mining of gypsum and anhydrite

    - mining of chalk and uncalcined dolomite

    This class excludes:

    - mining of chemical and fertilizer minerals, see 14.30 - production of calcined dolomite, see 26.52

    14.13 Quarrying of slate

    14.2 Quarrying of sand and clay

    14.21 Operation of gravel and sand pits

    This class includes:

    - extraction and dredging of industrial sand, sand for construction and gravel - breaking and crushing of gravel and sand

    This class excludes:

    - mining of bituminous sand, see 11.10

    - mining of chemical and fertilizer minerals, see 14.30 14.22 Mining of clays and kaolin

    This class includes:

    - mining of clays, refractory clays and kaolin

    This class excludes:

    - mining of chemical and fertilizer minerals, see 14.30 14.3 Mining of chemical and fertilizer minerals

    14.30 Mining of chemical and fertilizer minerals

    This class includes:

    - mining of natural phosphates and natural potassium salts - mining of native sulphur

    - extraction and preparation of pyrites and pyrrhotite - mining of natural barium sulphate and carbonate (barytes and witherite), natural borates, natural magnesium sulphates

    (kieserite)

    - mining of earth colours and fluorspar

    This class also includes:

    - guano mining

    This class excludes:

    - production of salt, see 14.40

    - roasting of iron pyrites, see 24.13

    - manufacture of synthetic fertilizers and nitrogen compounds, see 24.15 14.4 Production of salt

    14.40 Production of salt

    This class includes:

    - extraction of salt from underground including by dissolving and pumping - salt production by evaporation of sea water or other saline waters - production of brine and other saline solutions

    - crushing, purification and refining of salt

    This class excludes:

    - potable water production by evaporation of saline water, see 41.00 14.5 Other mining and quarrying n.e.c.

    14.50 Other mining and quarrying n.e.c.

    This class includes:

    - mining and quarrying of various minerals and materials: ? abrasive materials, asbestos, siliceous fossil meals, natural graphite, steatite (talc), feldspar, etc.

    ? gem stones, quartz, mica, etc.

    ? natural asphalt and bitumen

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