The paper discuss the concepts of multifunctional agriculture, known for over three decades, especially from the Anglo-Saxon environment, and to analyse the development of Czech agriculture as well as application of multifunctional agriculture especially in the period after Czechia’s joining the European Union. There is a variety of approaches to multifunctional agriculture, acquiring their form depending on a specific conceptualisation. For the needs of this paper, multifunctional agriculture was conceptualised as non-commodity production. The paper discusses and subsequently evaluates these approaches to multifunctional agriculture in Czechia’s conditions by means of a quantitative assessment arising from statistically available indicators. Emphasis is also laid on regional differentiation of multifunctional agriculture indicators. With regard to the evaluated activities associated with multifunctional agriculture, there is an obvious link with the Common Agricultural Policy of the EU that has been implemented in Czechia since its joining the EU in 2004.