The figures behind the charity that carries out research into infectious diseases in farm animals
£70m - The charity's income for the year ending march 2011, compared with £63.7m in the previous year
£8.25m - The deficit in the charity's unrestricted funds. The previous year's deficit was £6.81m. However, the charity had a surplus in restricted funds of £172m, and in designated funds of £11.6m
£90k - No employee was paid more than this
34 - The number of new research projects the institute began. Research was carried out into livestock, avian and vector-borne diseases, and into foot-and-mouth disease
£62.1m - The value of land recorded on the institute's balance sheet. This land has not been valued since 2006 and therefore, in the view of the charity's auditors, the value might be incorrect. However, the charity does not want to revalue the land because it intends to vacate one site and develop another.