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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
The adoption of a production system where only crops have to be managed, can be rationalised on the basis that a manager is likely to perform better in an area in which he or she specialises and prefers... Managers need to focus on the unit Cost of Production (before interest), or Break Even Price (after interest), to ensure that there is sufficient margin between these figures and their expected returns... It is appropriate that when a property is purchased, a qualified assessor be engaged to provide a depreciation and capital works report...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
The adoption of a production system where only crops have to be managed, can be rationalised on the basis that a manager is likely to perform better in an area in which he or she specialises and prefers... Managers need to focus on the unit Cost of Production (before interest), or Break Even Price (after interest), to ensure that there is sufficient margin between these figures and their expected returns... It is appropriate that when a property is purchased, a qualified assessor be engaged to provide a depreciation and capital works report...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
The paper firstly reviews how land values have increased over the last 20 years and the rate at which they have increased... In conjunction with the Management Team and Assistant Manager ensure that the property secure at all times and the property takes on a tidy appearance, and that tidiness is maintained... A recent survey conducted by Michael Pengilley suggests that 53 per cent of those surveyed (those working in agriculture; predominantly farmers) own a smartphone with 36 per cent owning a tablet (n=662)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
Failure to meet obligations outlined in a grain contract can be costly to a business, so it is important to have systems in place and manage contracts ... The averages should not be seen as reflecting the overall average price achieved for APW by pool operators... The three key considerations when assessing the forecasting accuracy of a given pool operator is the: n difference between the FPR and the average EPR published during the decision period (i.e. how much less/more did growers receive from what they were expecting)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
In summary Bob has the ability in this example to exchange assets for cash and tax deductions... In summary Bobs rental and concessional contributions which he has claimed a deduction for are being used to reduce debt in the SMSF... In summary the S13.22C trust allowed Bob to use funds from his SMSF to reduce required borrowing on the land purchase and then claim deductions for the land lease and interest to offset the unit trust distribution he will receive...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The paper firstly reviews how land values have increased over the last 20 years and the rate at which they have increased... At any one location, the difference between a good quality soil and a poor quality soil could, through its effect on yield, cut $WUE in half (from say $160/ha/100mm to $80/ha/100mm), and this difference translates to a reduction in land value of $1,280/ha ($16/ha for each unit loss in $WUE, table 1)... The combination of yield increase (600kg/ha over 20 years) and price increase ($76/t) has typically added $80/ha/100mm to $WUE. Given that each unit gain in $WUE adds $16/ha to land price (table 1), the $80 gain in $WUE contributes to a $1,280 gain ($80/ha/100mm by 16) in land price...
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