The aim of this paper is to verify, whether business entities associated in the producer groups were more successful than the non-associated ones in the period 2009 – 2012. The results have shown that there are differences between average values of economic indicators of producer groups’ members and those of non-members. We can conclude that there were statistically significant differences between the average revenue per hectare, revenue without subsidies and the average costs per hectare of the agricultural cooperatives associated in the producer groups and those of non-members of sales organisations. The average values of the most economic indicators of the agricultural cooperatives – member of the producer groups, were significantly better than those achieved by the non-associated cooperatives.


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