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Crop Production Worksheet

The Crop Production worksheet is the overview of your budget. Enter the summary of which crops you plan to grow, any loan commitments to sell financed crops and what yield will be used across your business. 

For example, your business may grow crop for both sale and feed. During a particular year, you may plan to sell some of your crop to a neighbour.

Crop Production Columns 

 

1.    Crop Type

 

Type the name of the type of crop you plan to grow. Examples Oats, Canola or Wheat

2.    Area Ha

 

Type the number of hectare to be seeded with that type of crop

3.    Yield T/ha

 

Type number for the expected yield in tonnes per hectare. Yield numbers may be provided by your State authority or by your seed supplier

4.    Total Yield

 

Agrimaster calculates an estimated total yield by multiplying the Area Ha by the Yield T/ha for the Crop Type in that row

5.    Pools Non-Loan

 

Type the number of tonnes from your Total Yield you intend to sell to the grain pool or crop pool – if you have no loan to start this crop

6.    Non Pool

 

Type the number of tonnes from your Total Yield you intend to sell to private parties. For example, selling some of your yield to a neighbour.

7.    Grain Loan Option

 

Type the number of tonnes from your Total Yield that are obligated to the harvest loan holder, if you have used a grain loan 

If you use Grain Loan Option, you must also enter the loan details into the Grain Calculator tool before continuing to another detail worksheet in the Crop Worksheets. Agrimaster will offer Grain Calculator when you move to another worksheet

8.    Feed Tonnes

 

Type the number of tonnes from your Total Yield that will be diverted to feed your livestock

9.    Seed Tonnes

 

Type the number of tonnes from your Total Yield that you will be storing and using to seed your next season

10.  Carry Over

 

Agrimaster calculates the remainder amount of your Total Yield that has not been budgeted onto the yield usage options 5-9 (Pools Non-Loan, Non Pool, Grain Loan Option, Feed Tonnes, Seed Tonnes)

11.  Unsold Value/Tonne

 

Type the number of the dollars per tonne that the grain is worth if it is not sold or given loan holder 

This number is also the estimated value of the grain you use in your own business for feed or stored to seed your next season

12.  Unsold Total Value

 

Agrimaster calculates a total dollar value of unsold crop by multiplying the Unsold Value/Tonne by the combined Feed Tonnes, Seed Tonnes and Carry Over

 

Enter data in each row for as many Crop Types as you are planning 

Click on the green tick to save the Worksheets after data entry is complete 

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