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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
2013 GRDC Farm Business Update for Growers and Advisers - Launceston 77 Once we introduced this strategy to our clients not only did it save them tax initially we noticed another interesting phenomenon and this is demonstrated in the figure below... To encourage reflection, a program or timetable is required to ensure reflection takes place... (Please circle) YES/NO 2013 GRDC Farm Business Update for Growers and Advisers - Launceston 109 5 - Please indicate your degree of satisfaction with the presentations on a scale of 0 to 10 where 0 is totally unsatisfacto,r 5yis moderately satisfactory and 10 is totally satisfactory in regards to: a)How relevant the information presented is to you in working with your rural clients b) How easy it was to understand c)How useful it will be to you when workingwith your clients Easy to Relevance Usefulness Comment understand Local, National and global economic outlook and the potential impact for Tasmanian agriculture Saul Eslake ............................................... ............................................... .................................................
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
2013 GRDC Farm Business Update for Growers and Advisers - Launceston 77 Once we introduced this strategy to our clients not only did it save them tax initially we noticed another interesting phenomenon and this is demonstrated in the figure below... To encourage reflection, a program or timetable is required to ensure reflection takes place... (Please circle) YES/NO 2013 GRDC Farm Business Update for Growers and Advisers - Launceston 109 5 - Please indicate your degree of satisfaction with the presentations on a scale of 0 to 10 where 0 is totally unsatisfacto,r 5yis moderately satisfactory and 10 is totally satisfactory in regards to: a)How relevant the information presented is to you in working with your rural clients b) How easy it was to understand c)How useful it will be to you when workingwith your clients Easy to Relevance Usefulness Comment understand Local, National and global economic outlook and the potential impact for Tasmanian agriculture Saul Eslake ............................................... ............................................... .................................................
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The items that have greatest impact on profit are the commodity prices that are achieved, the amount of commodities produced and what it costs to run the business in that year... The results shown in Figure 1 indicate the relative importance that a 5% shift has on business profits... There is a need to get smarter at obtaining this information to drive farm business profits...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Research into risk management in mixed farm businesses has highlighted the benefits of focusing on the 'range' of values for key profit drivers when planning or budgeting, not just 'averages'... The importance of considering what happens at the 'extremes' was discussed with Western Australian consultants and farmers attending recent Grain & Graze 2 events, including 'Optimising Farm Business Risk' workshops in the grainbelt... Planfarm consultant and 'risk and uncertainty' project leader Danielle England said the traditional use of averages and 'static values' for profit drivers - including yield, price and cost - tended to over-estimate profits and hide the range, or volatility, in those profits. "..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Research into risk management in mixed farm businesses has highlighted the benefits of focusing on the 'range' of values for key profit drivers when planning or budgeting, not just 'averages'... The importance of considering what happens at the 'extremes' was discussed with Western Australian consultants and farmers attending recent Grain & Graze 2 events, including 'Optimising Farm Business Risk' workshops in the grainbelt... Planfarm consultant and 'risk and uncertainty' project leader Danielle England said the traditional use of averages and 'static values' for profit drivers - including yield, price and cost - tended to over-estimate profits and hide the range, or volatility, in those profits. "..
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
We used the tools to quantify the climatic risks related to farm management options such as crop rotation, sowing date, cultivar, and nitrogen management, at eight locations in SEA. During the life of the project farmers showed increasing interest in these tools so that many are now commonly in use... 16. A tool (software package) "Climate Variability Analyser" to simplify the analysis of climate variability has been produced... Significant changes were observed in shift and dispersion of the probability distribution functions for climate variables and grain yield among the SOI and SSTs phases calculated at the end of July...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
A gross margin is the difference between the gross income and variable costs of growing a crop... Variable costs include those associated with crop operations, harvesting and marketing... Gross margins do not include overhead costs such as rates, electricity, insurance, living costs and interest that must be met regardless of whether or not a crop is grown...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
A gross margin is the difference between the gross income and variable costs of growing a crop... Variable costs include those associated with crop operations, harvesting and marketing... Gross margins do not include overhead costs such as rates, electricity, insurance, living costs and interest that must be met regardless of whether or not a crop is grown...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
A gross margin is the difference between the gross income and variable costs of growing a crop... Variable costs include those associated with crop operations, harvesting and marketing... Gross margins do not include overhead costs such as rates, electricity, insurance, living costs and interest that must be met regardless of whether or not a crop is grown...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The report's co-author and GRDC Farm Practices Project Manager, Jan Edwards, says that in comparing the two sets of data, the percentage of farm income flowing from winter cereals has increased in most parts of Australia, (except for central Queensland and parts of Western Australia) and it remains at 66 to 67 per cent of farm income nationally... "The percentage of wheat in the cropping mix has increased in many regions of Australia, notably in the eastern states and the central and eastern areas of WA," she said... Ms Edwards said tillage practices had shown some changes since the previous survey, with the percentage of the crop planted using zero or no-tillage remaining high at more than 60 per cent of the hectares nationally, although the percentage has fallen in parts of SA, Victoria and NSW...
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