Extractions: Brad Brummond, Walsh County Extension Agent The organic crop budgets for 2000 provide an estimate of revenues and costs for the organic production of selected crops in south central North Dakota. THESE BUDGETS ARE ONLY INTENDED TO BE USED AS A GUIDE. There is considerable variation in soil type and productivity, weather conditions, as well as management and organic production practices within this large mult-county region. Also, organic production probably has more variability in revenue, from both yield and price, compared to conventional production. Chemical pesticide and fertilizer cannot be used to subdue a pest problem or treat a nutrient deficiency. Strong premiums can be achieved with organic commodities, but the market is smaller than for conventionally grown crops and price discovery can be difficult. Therefore, EVERY INDIVIDUAL IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO DEVELOP HIS/HER OWN BUDGETS! PROFITABILITY and CASH FLOW budgets are shown because each provides valuable information to the producer. To fully understand the budgets, it is important that you study the explanations of how each item is calculated. Crop prices, direct costs, and the land tax and investment are best estimates for only the 2000 crop year, but crop yields are estimated at 75 percent of the historic average yields of conventional production and machinery ownership costs are an average for the total length of ownership.
Extractions: Go Here AMES, Iowa The average value of an acre of farmland in Iowa reached $2,083 in 2002, the second highest figure reported since Iowa State University began conducting an annual survey of land values in 1941. While values increased by more than 25 percent in a few counties, 19 counties showed a decrease from 2001 average values. The average increase over all 99 counties was 8.2 percent above the 2001 average value of $1,926. The greatest decrease was 8.7 percent in Ringgold County in south central Iowa. For more click here ONE LONE TERRORIST CAN SHUT DOWN ENTIRE CATTLE INDUSTRY
Heat Wave - Farmer's Pool Gives Big Cool-off management index general and misc RETURN TO TOP Accident prevention 7 2 41 Accountants add up woes 11 2 20 Albanian farm education project 5 1 24 ATV for http://www.farmideas.co.uk/guide/subjectindexes/farmmanagementind.html
Farm Management Page Lancaster County, Nebraska Extension farm management farm management. Quick Navigation to General farm management Topics. USDA farm Program Information farm Real Estate Market and Rental Developments. misc. farm management Info. http://www.lancaster.unl.edu/ag/farm-mgt/farmmgt.htm
Extractions: Video of Farm Bill Satellite Conference View on-line - Visuals from August 21 to 28,2002 Lancaster County Farm Program Seminars Presentations can be viewed on-line, no special software needed. They may require a minute or two to download if on a slow modem connection. Click on each slide title on the left to see the visual on the right side of the screen. The presentation will appear in a new browser window. Simply close the new window to return to this page. Greg Chewakin, FSA-CED Program provisions, How the program will be administered by FSA Tom Dorn, Extension Educator
Farm Management - AgEBB Pounds milk equivalent from beef and misc. income . . . . . 63 880 148 638 74 822 101 356 18 herds had negative returns to management. The farm businesses with the larger herds http://agebb.missouri.edu/mgt/fmdairy.htm
Estimated 1998 Irrigated Crop Budgets Central ND for general farm utilities, farm publications, meetings COSTS 833.74 833.74 _ INDIRECT (FIXED) COSTS misc. _ RETURN TO management 444.91 xxxxxx http://www.ext.nodak.edu/extpubs/agecon/ecguides/irrbud-c.htm
Extractions: Individual Crop Budgets The 1998 crop budgets provide an estimate of revenues and costs for selected crops. Each set of budgets is developed for a multi-county region. There is considerable variation in soil type and productivity, weather conditions, as well as management and production practices within each region. Therefore, THESE BUDGETS ARE ONLY INTENDED TO BE USED AS A GUIDE. EVERY INDIVIDUAL IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO DEVELOP HIS/HER OWN BUDGETS AND BLANKS HAVE BEEN PROVIDED ON EACH BUDGET FOR YOUR OWN NUMBERS! PROFITABILITY and CASH FLOW budgets are shown because each provides valuable information to the producer. To fully understand the budgets, it is important that you study the explanations of how each item is calculated. The PROFITABILITY budget accounts for full economic opportunity costs for land, machinery, and machinery housing investment, regardless of farm operator equity position. The bottom line is the return to labor and management. This is the expected "payment" to the producer for the labor and managerial efforts required by the crop enterprise. Each individual must make the decision whether the earned labor and management wage is sufficient.
Farm Labor Trends And Management In Washington State 2001 Agricultural Economics Association of GeorgiaFarm Labor Trends and management. in Washington StateDawn D 039 Wheat/Grain9548294422562 misc. Vegetables259335581852 http://www.agecon.uga.edu/~jab/Library/S01-01.pdf
Disaster Recovery Farm Management Marketing Plans To Stretch Recovery52 September 1993Farm ManagementWet weather during the summer of 1993 has greatly. afftected winter feed supplies for many beef producers. Forage quality as well as quantity has been affected. 69Trucking misc.2.962.97Source Darrell Busby, ISU Extension field livestock http://www.exnet.iastate.edu/Publications/DR52.pdf
Extractions: Compiled by: B. Huth et al. Date completed: EAD encoding: Martin Heggestad, September 2003 DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY Title: New York State College of Agriculture. Department of Agricultural Economics records, 1908-1962, 1908-1933 (bulk) Collection Number: Creator: New York State College of Agriculture. Department of Agricultural Economics. Quantity: 21.6 cubic ft. Forms of Material: Correspondence, photographs, a scrapbook, reports, census schedules, financial records, and other files. Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
RCE: Commercial Agriculture integrated management systems farm management and Safety farm management. farm management, Marketing, Safety Publications. farm Safety. Garden State Agricultural ReEngineering Initiative. misc http://www.rce.rutgers.edu/ag
Extractions: Name SUZY Q Farm ID Registration Date of Birth Color Bay Markings Small star, left hind sock Stallion Booked Super Stud Status Pregnant Due Date Sire of Foal Slick Slider Jan Feb I Mar F Apr B B May P P Jun S Jul Aug P Sep Oct Nov Dec I - Incoming S - Shipped - Teased (*, 1, 2, 3, 4) status of estrus B - Bred F - Foaled P - Pregnancy check U - Ultrasound pregnancy check Commentary This is an example of a foaling mare showing a typical post-partum (foal heat) estrus once she arrives at the breeding farm. Some breeders prefer to skip this heat and let the mare's tract recover after foaling believing that the mare will produce a healthier foal next year. On the other hand, mares that cycle and ovulate during these "foal heats" are often fertile, so breeders trying to move up the next year's foaling date will take advantage of this opportunity. Even after breeding, it's not unusual for the mare to show some signs of estrus even when she's already pregnant. Careful observation and record keeping will give the breeder a sense that perhaps this heat is not quite the same as the one during which she was bred earlier and it may be a symptom of early pregnancy. Owner Telephone Fax E-mail Address City State Zip Date Comments on Foaling, Breeding, Reproductive Exams, Cultures, Etc.
1997 Missouri FFA Farm Management Contest - AgEBB When required, you must send an IRS Form 1099misc to the individual paid by A. December 31. B. January 31. 1997 MISSOURI FFA farm management CONTEST Problems http://agebb.missouri.edu/mgt/plainffa/97state.htm
Extractions: Printable PDF Version (2 pages) At the request of the poultry industry, an awareness program for nutrient management was developed and delivered for contract poultry growers throughout the state. This program was planned through a multi-disciplinary group, the Water Quality/Nutrient Management Task Force, which is a comprehensive research and extension task force composed of extension specialists and researchers. The program focused on the following major topics: The overall program was developed, then followed, by an agent in-service training program. A special communication plan was developed for use by agents and specialists in communicating availability of training to poultry producers. Following the in-service training, 12 individual poultry trainings were held in the poultry-growing central and southern parts of the state between May 11 and June 1, 2000. A total of 297 evaluations were received from more than 300 poultry growers who attended these workshops. The evaluation instrument documented the high value of the information and satisfaction by participants, and in addition, identified needs of poultry growers.
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