FP-2010 - Farm Plan Project, 2010 Farm Plan Grading Balance...

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Farm Plan Project, 2010 Farm Plan Grading Balance Sheet (table 1) 10 Include debt-to-asset ratio and current ratio Income Statement (table 2) 10 Include return to labor and management, rate of return to assets and rate of return to equity. Business Analysis (table 3) 5 See sample farm Whole-farm plan 15 LP: Includes an original tableau (table 4), a sensitivity report on this tableau (table 5), and a modified tableau (table 6) Whole-farm budget (table 7) 10 Develop from the answer to the modified LP tableau Written portion 50 After completing the balance sheet, the income statement, and the business analysis, you will develop a whole-farm plan using enterprise budgets and linear programming. The enterprise budgets are available on my class website in Excel format. You will use income above variable costs per acre for the crops and per head for the cattle. Using these figures for your net returns per unit of enterprise, your resource restrictions, and the labor requirement information that I will have available on the
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course AGEC 7100 taught by Professor Duffy,p during the Fall '08 term at Auburn University.

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