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Group Title: Users manual for the FARM Systems Lab crop budget generator
Title: A users manual for the FARM Systems Lab crop budget generator
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Title: A users manual for the FARM Systems Lab crop budget generator
Series Title: Florida. University. Food and Resource Economic Dept. Economic information report 126
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Creator: Melton, Bryan E ( Bryan Edwin )
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INTRODUCTION.

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VII.1 OUTI AND OT12 sample output .......... 48

VII.2 CBUD sample output. ............. 49

VII.3 TEX1 and EVEN sample output . .......50

VII.4 OEXT sample output. ............. 51

VII.5 FUEL sample output. ........ ... ... 52

VII.6 RANG sample output. ........ .... ... 53


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A USERS ANUAL FOR THE FARM SYSTEMS LAB
CROP BUDGET GENERATOR

Bryan E. Melton

INTRODUCTION

The Florida Agricultural and Resource Management Systems Laboratory,

or more simply, "The FARM Systems Lab," is an integral component of the

Food and Resource Economics Department (FRED) of the University of Florida.

Its purpose is to provide for the collection and analysis of a wide range

of information relevant to agricultural management and resource use in

Florida. As such, the FARM Systems Lab serves as a valuable research and

education resource--designed not only to aid individual decision-makers,

but also to facilitate analyses of the many private and public policy

alternatives facing modern agriculture.

One important aspect of such a program is the ability to develop, or

generate, budgets for the many commodities, management systems and resource

situations found in Florida. The resulting budgets must then not only be

internally consistent in their specification, but must also be easily

modified to reflect the changing price, policy and technical conditions

that have dominated agriculture in recent years. To accomplish this, a

computerized enterprise budget generator program was acquired from Okla-

homa State University in 1979, and subsequently modified for Florida's

particular conditions. This report describes the use of that program in

the generation of crop budgets through the FARM Systems Lab.1


Bryan E. Melton is an assistant professor in the Food and Resource
Economics Department and an adjunct assistant professor in the Animal
Science Department, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Because the program reported herein is based on the Oklahoma State
Budget. Generator Program, this report draws heavily from similar reports
produced by Oklahoma State University [2,3].








Among the tasks performed by the program in the development of crop

budgets are the following:

1) Developing a new budget and, if desired, storing it in a perma-
nent budget storage file.

2) Developing a new budget from an old budget already existing in
the permanent budget storage file.

3) Updating an old budget to reflect changes in price, policy or
technical conditions.

4) Computing fixed and variable costs associated with the machinery
and implements used in production of the crop.

5) Computing capital requirements, labor requirements and net
returns for the cropping enterprise.

6) Printing budgets and associated supplementary data for the crop-
ping enterprise.

To accomplish these tasks, information including 1) a budget identifica-

tion number, 2) a budget title consisting of three 80 character lines, 3)

a budget footnote also consisting of three 80 character lines and 4) the

basic budget coefficients, must be entered and stored in the program.

This information may be obtained entirely from parts 1, 2, 3 and 6

of the budget input form, as shown in Appendix I, or partly from the input

form and partly from information stored with an old budget to be revised.

The information entered in parts 4, 7, 8 and 9 of the budget input form

may be used in the computations and printing of the specific crop budget

under consideration, but does not become a part of the permanently stored

information. By this procedure a uniform and consistent set of data is

maintained and all budgets generated from this data will have the same

assumptions regarding the machinery complement, parameters, etc. Bud-

gets generated utilizing information entered in parts 4, 7, 8 and 9 must,

therefore, be carefully examined to insure that the underlying assumptions




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are consistent with those of other budgets, and with the program at large.


PREPARATION OF THE CROP BUDGET INPUT FORM

As noted previously, it is possible to complete a crop budget either

entirely from a completed budget input form or by using a budget input

form to alter selected aspects of an existing budget stored on the perma-

nent budget file. In the following sections each of the eleven parts of

the input form shown in Appendix I are discussed.


Processing System Selection (Part 0)

The selection of a processing system (Input form part 0) is essential

to the Qperation of the budget generator program as it tells the clerk

who will enter the information into the computer exactly how the infor-

mation is to be used. In addition, its completion will guide the user in

determining which of the remaining parts of the input form should be com-

pleted. The following details the processing options available:

a. (Budget will be prepared completely from forms). This item should
be checked if all information necessary for the preparation of
the budget will be provided in the input form. This means that
if this item is checked the user must complete at least parts 1,
2, 3 and 6 of the input form.

b. (Old budget will be revised). This item should be checked if
the user wishes to use the information contained in the remainder
of the input form to alter an existing budget. On the following
line (Old Budget Number) the user should enter the 15 digit
identification number of the old budget to be revised and complete
the remaining sections of the input form relevant to the changes
desired. The user should not check both a. and b. for a single
input form.

c. (Budget is not to be stored or replaced). In most cases of an
individual preparing a budget this item is checked. The budget
prepared may then be printed, along with any supplementary data
required, but will not be stored on the permanent budget file.

d. (Budget should be stored as a new budget). This item should be








checked when the budget prepared from this input form is to be
stored on the permanent budget file as a new budget, not a
replacement of an altered budget. Storing of the budget does
not preclude its being printed, but the cautions previously
noted concerning the consistency of budgets to be stored must
be born in mind.

e. (Budget should replace old budget of same number). This item
will seldom be checked, and as it involves changes in the perma-
nent budget file and the loss of the budget revised (the old
budget), it will be executed only upon approval of the appro-
priate FARM Systems Lab supervisors.

In conjunction with the selection of a processing system the user

must specify the price vector and machinery complement to be used in the

budget calculations. There are nine possible price vectors, or sets of

prices, for products and factors (price vector = 1, 2, ..., 9) and fifteen

machinery complements (machinery complement = 1, 2, ..., 15), although at

present only the default files (price vector = 1 and machinery complement

= 1) are operational.

Budget Identification Number (Part 1)

The budget identification number consists of fifteen digits in ten

categories, as shown in part 1 of the input form, Appendix I. The

identification number is unique to each budget so that it can be stored

on, and retrieved from, the permanent budget storage file. The code

numbers necessary to complete a budget identification number are shown in

Appendix II.

For example, the budget identification number for corn grain, the

sample completed budget input form shown in Appendix VI, would be as

follows:

a. (Enterprise Code). The enterprise code for corn grain is 104,
as shown in Appendix II, Part a. It should be noted that this
is the same number associated with corn grain in the list of
names (Appendix III). Thus, "104" is entered as part a. of the
budget identification number.








b. (Area Code). The area code refers to the production area which
the budget is to represent. The number of a production area may
be obtained either from the map, or from the list of county
numbers and production areas, included in Appendix II. If this
budget is to represent production area two, then a '2' would be
entered as part b. of the budget identification code.

c. (County Code). The county code is obtained in much the same
manner as the area code, and facilitates greater detail in the
specification of the geographic area to which the budget will
apply. The list of county numbers to be used in the county
code is included in Appendix II. Should the user wish a budget
to represent an entire production area, without any county dis-
tinctions within that area (as in this example), the user should
enter '00' as the county code (part c.) of the budget identifi-
cation number.

d. (Irrigation Level). The relevant codes and their associated
ranges of irrigation water are shown in Appendix II, Part d.
For a dryland budget such as the corn grain example, an irriga-
tion level code of 'O' is entered.

e. (Land Class Code). The ten possible land class codes are shown
in Appendix II, Part e. These codes separate land into various
types and drainages representation of Florida. For the sample
budget the appropriate land class entry is '4'.

f. (Grazing Code). The specification of a grazing code, Appendix II,
Part f, is appropriate only when the enterprise code entered as
part a. of the budget identification number is '136'. The grazing
code then identifies the type of grazing produced. In no grazing
is produced as the principle product of the enterprise a '0'
should be entered for the grazing code.

g. (Machinery Complement). A total of fifteen machinery comple-
ments are available for use. The number of the selected comple-
ment should be entered, although the most common will be '01',
the default machinery complement shown in Appendix V.

h. (Irrigation System). The possible irrigation systems are shown
in Appendix II, Part h, although for the dryland corn grain
example the appropriate entry is '0', implying no irrigation.

i. (Price Vector). A total of nine price vectors, or price sets,
are available for use. Thusfar, however, only one such vector
has been developed and the appropriate entry for price vector
is '1'.

j. (Individual Number). For some budgets all of the above numbers
will be identical. For instance, budgets might only differ by
the interest rate charged, or by the timing of certain operations.
In such cases the two digit individual number, starting with








'01', can be used to insure uniqueness of the budget identifi-
cation number.

Thus the identification number for the corn grain example is 1 0 4 2 0 0

04 0 0 1 0 1 01.

Immediately following, but associated with, the specification of

the budget identification number, is a place for the user to specify the

month for computing annual capital. This is the month in which all vari-

able costs are assumed to be paid and is usually the month in which the

crop is harvested--although it need not be. The defau-lt month for this

calculation is June.

Title (Part 2)

Three 80-character lines (including spaces) are available for

entitling a budget. The resulting title will be printed on the budget

output and stored as a permanent part of the budget. The title must be

provided even if part or all of the space provided is unused in the de-

sired title.

Footnote (Part 3)

Three 80-character lines are also provided for a footnote to the

budget. Unlike the space provided for the title, however, the last line

of the footnote is dedicated to information identifying the individual

preparing the budget input form and its date of preparation. As with

the title, the footnote is printed and stored with the budget, and should,

therefore, include anything that clarifies or assists in interpreting

the budget.

Parameters (Part 4)

The second page of the input form lists the basic parameters, and


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their default values, used in various computations necessary in the bud-

get's generation. Any of these values may be changed by entering the

desired value under the column entitled "Your Value" in part 4 of the input

form.

Parameters 9 and 25, referring to "LP-FARM", are necessary for the

construction of a linear programming model including the budget being

prepared. Until such time as this model is fully developed, however,

the user should not be concerned with these parameters.

Parameter 18, Irrigation labor hours/A. inch has seven default

values, as follows:
Hours per
Type of System Type Number Acre Inch
(Default Value)

No Irrigation 0 0.0
Hand Move 1 .211
Side Move 2 .063
Side Move Tow 3 .047
Self Propelled 4 .022
Surface/Flood 5 .123
Drip 6 .100

As long as no entry is made in line 18, the appropriate value, as deter-

mined by the type of irrigation system specified for part h. of the bud-

get identification number, will be used.

Name Changes (Part 5)

For some commodities the list of permanent names shown in Appendix

III, and the machinery and implements included in a complement, such as

the machinery complement included in Appendix V, may not be sufficient.

The user can, for the purposes of the budget being prepared, alter

existing names or add new ones by completing part 5 of the input form.




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To alter an existing name the line number of the name to be altered is

entered, followed by the desired name. To include a new name, the user

simply specifies a blank line from the appropriate file and enters the

desired name.

Production, Inputs and Machinery Requirements (Part 6)

Part 6 of the input form (Appendix I) provides space for the user

to specify the products, operating inputs and machinery usage relevant to

the budget being prepared. This section of the input form can be viewed

as a matrix of 50 rows and 18 columns into which the basic budget coef-

ficients are entered.

The first twelve columns of the matrix represent the twelve months

of the year starting with January as column one and ending with December

as column twelve. The thirteenth column is used to specify the price #

the item; the fourteenth column is not used; the fifteenth column is used

to enter the appropriate units code (as shown in Appendix IV); and the

sixteenth column is used to enter the item code number from the list of

999 names (Appendix III).

Column 17 contains a predesignated code that divides the 50 rows

into products(2.0), operating inputs (3.0) and machinery (4.0). Typically,

rows 1-10 are used for products, rows 11-37 are used for operating inputs

and rows 38-48 are used for machinery. Row 50 is used for the entry of

additional labor, other than machinery and irrigation labor, and row 49

is used for the entry of irrigation water use. An increase in the number

of rows of a given type may then be achieved by overriding the predesig-

nated row code with the appropriate new code. For example, if 12 products

.were involved the 10 predesignated product rows would not be sufficient.




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Rows 11 and 12 could then be changed to products by entering a '2.0' in

column 17 for these rows.

To more fully illustrate the preparation of part 6 of the input form,

the coding of the sample corn grain budget shown in Appendix VI is dis-

cussed in the following sections.

Production Data. The first 10 rows of part 6 of the input form are

typically used for specifying the products of the enterprise, such as

grain, grazing, etc. For the corn grain example shown in Appendix VI

the only product considered is 75 bushels of corn grain produced in August.

The appropriate entry for this product is, therefore,

Col. 8 Col. 13 Col. 15 Col. 16
Line No. Aug. Price Units Item

(1) Corn 75. 2.40 2. 104.

The '75.' in the August column (8) indicates that 75 units of the product

are produced in August. The '2.40' entered in the Price column indicates

that the product is sold at $2.40 per unit. The '2.' entered in the Units

column is the code for bushels (Appendix V), indicating each unit.of

product is measured in bushels. Thus, 75 bushels of corn grain are pro-

duced. From the name list (Appendix III) it can be seen that the code for

corn is '104.' which is entered in the Item column to identify the product

under consideration. For this example, with only one product in one month,

no other entries are made in rows 1-10.

Should the user wish to use the price contained in a previously

selected price vector (see sections on Processing System Selection and

Budget Identification Number) for corn grain, a '-1.0' would be entered

in the Pricecolumn (13) instead of '2.40'. The entry of '-1.0' will cause




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the program to automatically use the price from the specified price vector.

Operating Inputs. The next section of part 6 of the input form (rows

11-37) is typically used in the specification of the operating inputs

required in the enterprise. These operating inputs include seed, fertil-

izer, chemicals, crop insurance and any of the other many factors used in

agriculture. Custom hired operations are also included in this section,

although all owned machinery operating costs are computed by the program

based on the operations specified in the final section of part 6 (rows

38-48).

The coding of operating inputs is basically the same as that for pro-

duction. For the corn grain example, this may be illustrated by the

entries necessary to account for the seed requirement of the enterprise.

Specifically, assume that the corn is planted in April at a rate of 12

pounds of seed per acre, and at a cost of $.75 per pound. The entries

necessary for this information are as follows:

Line No. Col. 4 Col. 13 Col. 15 Col. 16
Apr. Price Unit Item
(11) Seed 12. .75 12. 404.

The interpretation of these entries is the same as previously discussed

for the products. It should be noted, however, that the seed codes are

equal to the product codes plus 300. The remaining operating inputs are

encoded in the same manner as this seed example.

Machinery Usage. Rows 38-48 are used to enter the machinery require-

ments for the enterprise, from which machinery operating and ownership

costs are calculated within the program. Only owned machinery should be

included as custom hire operations are included among operating inputs




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(rows 11-37).

The input for machinery usage is much the same as the previous sec-

tions relating to products and operating inputs, with several important

exceptions:

1) No price is entered in column thirteen.

2) Except for machines number 1 through 12 in a machinery comple-
ment, the entries in the monthly columns are the numbers of
times the acre is covered by the implement in the month. For
machines 1 through 12 the hours used per acre per month is
entered.

3) The line number of the machine from the machinery complement,
such as shown in Appendix V, is the appropriate entry for item
code, column 16, of the input form.

4) The power unit used to pull the implement is specified in column
15 of the input form. Any self-propelled machine, listed 1-29
in a machinery complement, may be used to pull an implement. No
power unit is specified for self-propelled machines.

For the corn grain example, the field is triple disked in March with

a fourteen-foot tandem disk pulled by an 83-horsepower tractor. The

appropriate entries for this operation are as follows:

Line No. Col. 3 Col. 15 Col. 16
March Unit Item
(Power Code)
(38) Disk 3. 2. 35.

It is also possible to specify more complex machinery operations,

such as alternate year operations or multiple hitch set-ups, in the

machinery usage section. To illustrate this, assume that for the corn

grain example, instead of pulling each implement separately, the plow is

pulled along with disk one time per acre. This modification to the

sample budget would yield the following entries.





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Line No. Col. 3 Col. 15 Col. 16
March Unit Item
(Power Code)
(38) Disk 2. 2. 35.
(39) Plow 1. 2. 31.
(40) Disk 1. 0. 35.

These entries would indicate that two trips over the field are made in

March with the disk and that one trip is made with a plow with a disk

hooked behind it. No entry is made for the power unit, column 15, for

the disk following the plow since the entry of a power unit for this item

would result in double counting. There is also no reason why several

tractor sizes might not be used, pulling a disk or plow with a large

tractor and a planter with a smaller tractor.

Similarly, if plowing were done only every other year rather than

annually, the entry from the sample budget would become

Line No. Col. 3 Col. 15 Col. 16
March Unit Item
(Power Code)
(39) Plow .5 2. 31.

indicating that the plow is used, on average, one-half times per acre

per year, or once per acre in two years.

Often power units are used without implements. Combines, for example,

seldom pull implements. Their use is specified on a timesover basis,

exactly like the implements, but no power unit is specified. For pick-ups

and trucks, however, an allocation on a times-over basis makes little

sense. Thus, for these machines the allocation is made on an hours per

acre basis. Assuming the truck is used along with the combine at a rate

of one-fourth hours per acre for August harvest, the appropriate entries




13


for the corn grain example are

Line No. Col. 8 Col. 16
August Item
(43) Combine 1. 16.
(44) Truck .25 10.

These entries indicate that a 14 foot combine is used once in August,

along with one-fourth hours for a 2 ton truck.


Machinery Complement Changes (Part 7)

As noted previously, there are 15 possible machinery complements--

each with up to 100 machines. The first 29 machines in each complement

are self-propelled, while the remaining 71 are pull-type implements.

Furthermore, the first nine machines are the tractors of the complement.

Each machine has associated with it 16 coefficients, so that the

machinery complement may be viewed as a matrix of 100 rows and 16 columns.

The first column contains the code number of the machine, corresponding

to the row number of the machine in the complement. The second column

is the width of the machine for all machines except tractors and trucks.

For tractors, the appropriate entry in this column is the horsepower

rating of the tractor and for trucks it is the weight rating. Thus, for

a half-ton pick-up the appropriate entry is .5 for column two. The third

column is the initial list price of the machine, not to be confused with

the purchase price. The fourth column contains the average speed at

which the machine is operated, while the fifth column is estimated field

efficiency [I].

Columns 6,7 and 8 contain the coefficients used to compute repair

costs for the machine [1], while columns 9 and 10 are the annual hours of

use and expected years that the machine is owned. Columns 11 and 12




14


contain the coefficients for calculating remaining farm value used in

computing the salvage value of the machine. Column 13 contains the

purchase price of the machine, defined as any trade-in value plus the cash

difference paid for the machine. Column 14 is used to code the fuel

type of self-propelled machines (1 = gas, 2 = LP, 3 = Diesel) and column

15 contains the estimated total useful life of the machine in hours of

use. Column 16 is used to express the horsepower of the machine when

fuel use is to be calculated on horsepower instead of initial list price

(when Column 16 = 1.0). An example machinery complement is shown in

Appendix V.

Part 7 of the input form may be used to change any of the coefficients

associated with a piece of machinery (except Column 16) or to add a new

machine in a blank line of the machinery complement, by entering the

desired coefficient in the proper row and column. It should be mentioned,

however, that extreme caution must be exercised in altering columns 6,7,8

and 15 as these coefficients are used to calculate repair costs. Similar

caution should be exercised regarding columns 11 and 12 as these values are

used to calculate depreciation and salvage value. It should also be

recognized that any changes made in the machinery complement are temporary,

meaning that they may be used for the budget being generated but do not

alter the values stored permanently in the machinery complement.


Machinery Costs per Hour (Part 8)

As mentioned previously, the program is designed to automatically

calculate both variable (fuel, lubricants, repairs, etc.) and fixed

(depreciation, interest, taxes, etc.) machinery costs per hour. There

are, however, situations in which the user may wish to enter values for




15


these costs based upon his own records; part 3 of the input form allows

for this contingency.

To make use of this option the user must first determine exactly

what machinery operations are to be used by the enterprise. One line of

input form part 8 must then be completely coded for each machine involved.

Specifically, column 1 of part 8 is used to specify the machine code from

the machinery complement,,column 2 through 9 must be entered in dollars

per hour for the various cost items and column 10 is hours per acre of

machine use. For the first 11 machines the appropriate entry in column

10 should be '0.0'.


Irrigation Costs per Acre Inch (Part 9)

If an irrigated enterprise is specified the user must complete part

9 of the input form since the program does not, at present, have the

capability of calculating variable and fixed irrigation costs per acre

inch of water. The entries are made in exactly the same manner as part

8 except column 1 of part 9 is used to specify the type of irrigation

system and column 10 is used to specify the number of hours required by

the system to supply one acre inch of water. Columns 2 through 9 are used

to specify the relevant costs in dollars per acre inch of water.


Output Selection (Part 10)

The final part of the input form (part 10) allows the user to specify

the output form in which the budget and associated information is to be

printed. Several of the alternative budget output options for the corn

grain example (shown in Appendix VI) are included as Appendix VII. At

present, the user should not be concerned with the LPFM and FLOW output







options as the supporting programs for these options are not yet released.

When they are released supplemental users manuals will detail their operation.


REFERENCES
1. Bowers, Wendell. "Cost of Owning and Operating Farm Machinery."
Bulletin AENG-87. Cooperative Extension Service and University
of Illinois, Urbana. 1966.

2. Kletke, Darrel D. "Operation of the Enterprise Budget Generator."
Research Report Pv790. Oklahoma State University, Stillwater.
August, 1979.

3. Walker, Rodney L. and Darrel D. Kletke. "User's Manual Oklahoma
State University Crop Budget Generator." Progress Report P-656,
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. November, 1971 (Revised
October, 1972).





Form of

Name

PART (0) Processing System Selection

Check a. or b.

a. Budget will be prepared completely from forms.

b. Old budget will be revised

Old Budget Number

Check c., d. or e.

c. Budget is not to be stored or replaced

d. Budget should be stored as a new budget

e. Budget should replace old budget of same number

Price vector number (default is 1)

Machinery complement number (default is 1)


PART (2)
(TITLE)


Title


Date / /




PART (1) Budget Identification Number

a. Enterprise Code

b. Area Code

c. County Code

d. Irrigation Level

e. Land Class Code

f. Grazing Code

g. Machinery Complement

h. Irrigation System

i. Price Vector

j. Individual Number

Month for Computing Annual
Capital (harvest month)
(Default is 6 = June)


PART (3) Footnote
T(FOT)


lATC .


PREPARKEU BY: t i1.;


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I


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PART (4) Parameters

(PARM)
Row Number


Your
Value


Default
Value


Row Number


1. Price per gallon of gasoline
2. Price per gallon of L.P. gas
3. Price per gallon of diesel
4. Price per kilowatt hour of
electricity
5. Price for first 1000 cu. ft.
of natural gas
6. Interest rate
7. Insurance rate (price/dol. of
average investment insured)


.95
.70
.92


.055


2.65
.10


.009


8. Tax rate (price/dol. of purchase
value)
9. Government Program designation
for LP-FARM

10. Price of machinery labor/hours


11.

12.
18.
25.


Price of other labor/hour

Price of irrigation labor/hour
Irrigation labor-hours/A. inch
For punched LP-FARM card enter 7.0


PART (5) Name changes

Names to be changed in list of 999 names: (NAME)

Line No. Name


100 machinery complement names: (MCNM)


Your
Value


Default
Value


.02


0.0

3.25


3.00
3.25


0.00


Line No.


Name


___


_ __ )_ ___


_ __ __ __


_ _


to be changed in list of


__ ~e
__


ft w. m m M


w qpw


snow


4m 4
M mo
amm am
M-M w d M








Production,
(BUD, BCHG)

COL1
I


PRODUCTION


Inputs, and Machinery Requirements


COL
2


JAN FEB


COL
3


MAR


COL
4


APR


COL
5


MAY


COL
6


JUN


COL
7


JUL


COL
8


AUG


COL
9


COL
10


SEP OCT
# of units


COL
11


COL
12


NOV DEC


COL
13


PRICE


COL
14


XXX


COL
15


UNITS
CODE


COL
16


ITEM
CODE


COL
17


TYPE
CODE


2. ______.2.0
2. ___ 2.0
3. _______2.0
4 ... ... 2 .0
5. __2.0
6. _________2.0
7. ______ __ ________ 2.0
8. 2.0
9. 1 ____.__________2.0
10. I ____ ______ _________2.0
OPERATING INPUTS
11. 3.0
12. 3.0
13. 3.0
14. .3.0
15. __3.0
16. 3.0
17. __3.0
18. 3.0
19. 3.0
20. 3.0
21. 3.0
22. ____.3.0
23. ____ ______________ 3.0
24. 3.0
25. 3.0


I1


COL
18


PART (6)


- I L ~ ___ __ ~~~~~~ ~ ~~~~___ ~ ___~~ _~~__










PART (6)


L
I
N
E


con't


OPERATING INPUTS
(CONT.)


COL COL
1 2


JAN


FEB


COL
3


MAR


COL
4


APR


COL
5


MAY


COL COL
6 1 7


JUN


JUL


COL
8


AUG


COL COL
9 10


SEP


COL
11


OCT NOV


COL
12


DEC


COL
13


PRICE


COL
14


XXX


COL
15


UNIT
CODE


COL
16


ITEM
CODE


COL
17


TYPE
CODE


26. 3
27. ____3
28. _______3
29. 3
30. 3
31. ____.3
32. 3
33. ____.____ 3
34. 3
35. 3
36. 3
37. 3_________
NO.
TIMEOVER LABOR-POWER
MACHINERY REQUIREMENTS (times over) ERS UNIT

39. 4
40. 4
41. _4
42. 4
43. -.. ... ....... ____ _4


46. --4
47. 4____-4
48._ 4
49. AC.IN IRR. WATER X X X X
50. HRS LABOR REQUIRE ___ X X X X


COL
18


.0
.0
.0
.0
.0____
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0_
.0
.0



.0
.0
.0_
.0
.0 _
.0
.0
.0_
.0___
.0____.
.0 _____
X X
X X


N3
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PART (7) Machinery Complement Changes
(MCHG)


.____.1 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4
NAME OF MACHINE CODE WIDTH INITIAL SPEED FIELD RC1 RC2 RC3 HOURS YEARS RFV1 RFV2 PURCHASE FUEL
(LINE (FEET) LIST (MPH) EFFI- USED OWNED PRICE TYPE
N_____O.) CIENCY_______





















I..


15
HOURS
OF
LIFE








ii......






PART (8) Machinery
(MPACH)


Cost Per Hour


DEPRECIATION INTEREST INSURANCE TAX TOTAL REPAIRS FUEL LUBE TOTAL
COST COST COST COST FIXED COST COST COST VARIABLE
ITEM CODE PER PER PER PER COST PER PER PER PER COST PER
LINE
UNIT NO. HOUR HOUR HOUR HO OUR HOUR HOUR HOUR
MACHINE
NAME

2.
3. _______
40
5.______


PART (9) Irrigation Costs Per Acre Inch (IRIG)


ACRE ACRE ACRE ACRE ACRE ACRE ACRE ACRE ACRE
UNIT CODE INCH INCH INCH INCH NCH INCH INCH INCH INCH

IRRIGATION
SYSTEM


HOURS
PER

ACRE














ACRE
INCH


PART (10) Output Selection
Check Output choices desired


(OUT1, OT12)
(COUT)
(CBUD)
(TEX1, END*)
(EVEN)
(OEXT)
land')
Charge/Acre
Tax/Acre


General Budget
Alternative General Budget Format
Alternative General Budget Format
Alternative General Budget Format
Breakeven Values Printed
Summary of Supplemental Information
Land Charge Entry
%Int. on Land
$ Land Inv./Acre


(FUEL)
(OTBD)
(OUT3)
(TEX2)
(OUT4)
(LPFM)
(FLOW)
(RANG)
Line
Line


Fuel Consumption Summary
Stored Data
Monthly Costs and Returns Budget
Sequential Summary of Machinery Costs
Machinery Complement Listing
Information Prepared for LP-Farm
Information Stored for Cash Flow Prep
Table of flet Returns-Base
PRICE OR QUANT Change
PRICE OR QUANT Change


aration


- --


- -









APPENDIX II

BUDGET IDENTIFICATION CODE NUMBERS


a. Ente
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
112
113
116
117
118
119
127
128
131
132
136
137
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
200
201
202
203


204
205
206
207
208
209
215
216
217
218


White Grapefruit
Pink Grapefruit
Temple Oranges
Tangelos
Tangerines
Honey Tangerines
Apples
Peaches
Grapes
Pecans


rprise Code
Yield
Grain
Barley
Corn
Milo
Oats
Rye
Wheat
Cash Crops
Cotton
Peanuts
Soybeans
Sugarcane
Tobacco
Forage Sorghum
Hay
Silage
Sudan
Grazing
Alfalfa
Vegetables
Snap Beans
Cabbage
Carrots
Cantaloupes
Cauliflower
Celery
Chinese Cabbage
Sweet Corn
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Escarole and Endive
Lettuce Romaine
Parsley
Green Peppers
Potatoes
Redishes
Spinach
Squash
Strawberries
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Fruits
Valencia Oranges
Limes
Seedy Grapefruit


d. Irrigation Level
0 Dryland
1 1-4
2 5-8
3 9-12
4 13-16
5 17-20
6 21-24
7 25-28
8 29-32
9 Greater than

e. Land Class Code
1 Well drained
drained acid
2 Well drained


32 acre inches



to excessively
sands
to excessively


drained alkaline sands
3 Well drained phosphate sands
to loamy sands
4 Well drained acid sands to
sandy loam soils
5 Moderately well drained acid
sands


b. Area Code
See Map, Figure II.1, and
County List, Table II.1.

c. County Code
See Map, Figure II.1, and
County List, Table II.1.







6 Somewhat poorly drained acid
sands
7 Somewhat poorly drained
alkaline sands
8 Poorly drained acid sands
9 Poorly drained alkaline sands
0 Other (muck, marsh, etc.

f. Grazing Code
1 Native Range
2 Bahia Grass
3 Pangola Grass
4 Bermuda Grass
5 Grass/Clover
6 Tame Grass
7 Winter Rye
8 Corn Stubble
9 Grazing Crop

g. Machinery Complement
Complements 1 through 15
may be used. Complement
1 is the default


h. Irrigation System
0 None
1 Hand Move
2 Side Move
3 Side Move Tow
4 Self Propelled
5 Surface/Flood
6 Drip


i. Price Vector
1 = State Average Price
2-9 = Other price vectors

j. Individual Number
A two digit number may be
specified to insure uniqueness
of the budget identification
number




C-')


r r
r, ;"'-3=
i ,,i,
..., .. ~


Figure II.1. Area and county map of Florida








Table 11.1. List of county numbers and production areas in Florida.

County Producing County Producing
County Number Area County Number Area


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsen
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Layfayette


01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34


3
0
1
3
8
6
. 2
5
4
9
6
3
6
5
3
9
1
9
2
2
3
6
2
3
5
6
4
7
5
1
7
2
2
3


Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakula
Walton
Washington


35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
.44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67


8
6
2
4
2
3
5
8
6
6
0
1
7
8
7
6
4
5
7
9
9
7
1
5
8
4
3
2
3
8
2
1
1


- -- --- -- --





APPEiNDIX III


LIST OF 999 NAMES


MI LK
CRE AM
WOOL
EGGS


I TEM


NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1C
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50


NUMBER
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100


DAIRY BULL CALV


DAIRY
DAIRY
AIRY
DAIRY
DAIRY
DAIRY
DAIRY


ITEM
HFR CALVES
STR CALVES
BULLS
HEIFERS
STEERS
AGED BULL
COwS


SHEEP
FDR LAMBS(55-70)
EWE LAMBS
FAT LAMBS(80-105
YOUNG RAMS
YCUNG EES
FAT LAMBtS( Yt)
AGED RAMS
AGEC EwES
SLAUGHTER SHEEP




SWI NE
BCAR PIGS
SLTR(220-240) 1-3
SLTR( 22C-240) 1-3
YCUNG BOAR
YCUNG SGMS
FCR P1GS(35-55)
BCA R

SLAUGHTER HOGS



HCRSES

BR OILERS
LAYERS



CROPS


SLTR HFRS-CHOICE
SLTR STRS-CHOICE
HFR CALV(3-5) CH
STR CALV(3-5) CH
BULLS. -ERO
HFRS (5-7) CH
STRS (5-7) CH
AGED BULL
COWS-CCMMERCIAL




LO


ITEM
YIELD
GRA I N
BARLEY
CORN
MILO
OATS
RYE
WHE AT


NUMBER
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
103
L 09
110
11
112
113
114
115
1 16
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
1 48
1 49
150


NUMBER
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200


VEGETABLES


ITEM
SNAP eEANS
CABBAGE
CARROTS
CANTALOUPES
CAUL I FLOWER
CELERY
CHINESE CABBAGE
SWEET CORN
CUCUMBERS
EGGPLANT
ESCARGLE-ENO IVE
LETTUCE-ROMAINE
PARSLEY
GREEN PEPPERS
PGTA TOE S
RAD IShES
SPINACH
SQUASH
STRAWBERRIES
TCMATCES
WATERMELONS


























FRUITS


CASH CRCPS
COTTCN
COTTCNSEED
COTTCN LINT
PEANUTS
SOYBEANS
SUGARCANE
TOBACCO




SECONDARY PROD
CORN STUBBLE
FORAC-E SORGUM
HAY
RYE GRASS
WINTER RYE
SILAGE
SUDAN



GRAZ ING
ALFALFA
BAHIA GRASS
BERMLDA
COASTAL BERMUDA
CLOVER
PANGCLA
STAR GRASS
TRANSVALA
TAME GRASS















I TEM
VALENCIA ORANGES
LIMES
SEEOY GRAPEFRUIT
WHITE GRAPEFRUIT
PINK GRAPEFRUIT
TEMPLE CHANGES
TANGELCES
TANGERINE S
HONEY TANGERINES





APPLES
PEACHES
GRAPES
PECANS


NUMBER
201
202
203
2 C4
2CC
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250


NUMBER ITEM
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300 FEED ADDITIVES




JU


I TEM
SALT
MINEFALS
SALT & NGIN.





PROTEIN SUPPLE.
21-25% PRO. SUP
26-30% PRO. SUP.
31-35% PRO. SUP.
36-40X PRO. SUP.
41-45X PRO. SUP.
46-50% PRO. SUP
51-60% PRO. SUP.
60% + FRO SUP.


NUMBER
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
31.9
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
34.5
346
347
348
3.49
350


FEED
FEED
FEED
FEED
FEED
FEE
FEED
FEED


NUMBER
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400


FEED
FEED
FEED
FEED
FEED
FEED
FEED
FEE D


FEED
FEF-O
FEED
FEED
FEE-


I TEM
17-18X PRO.
1S-20% PRO.
21-25% PRO.
26% + PRO.


FEED
FEED
FEED
FEED


PASTURE
WHEAT PASTURE
BARLEY PASTURE
S.G. PASTURE
SUQAN PASTURE
LEGUME PASTURE
NATIVE PASTURE
SCRGHUM STUBBLE
IMP. GRASS PASTe
BURMUDA PASTURE
SILAGE
CCRN SILAGE
SCRGHUM SILAGE
S.G. SILAGE
SUDAN SILAGE
GRASS SILAGE
LEGUME SILAGE























SEEDS


MIXEC FEED I
8-10% PRO.
11-12% PRO,
13-14% PRO
15-16% PRO
17-18% PRO.
19-20% PRO ,
21-25% PRO.
26% + PRO.



MIXEC FEED 2
8-10% PRO.
11-12X FRO.
13-14% PRO.
15-1 %X PRO.
17-18% PRO. I
19-20% PRO. I
21-25% PRO.
26% + PRO. I


MIXEC FEED 3
8-10% PRO. I
11-12% PRO. I
13-14% PRO. I
15-16% PRO. 1

















ITEM

GRAIN' SEED
EAFLEY SEED
CORN SEED
tILC SEED
OAT SEED
RYE SEEC
WHEAT SEED




CCTTCN SEED


PEANLT SEED
SOYBEAN SEED

TOBACCO SEED


NUMBER
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409

411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
423
434
425
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450


ALFALFA SEED
BAHIA GRASS SD
BERMUDA SPRG.
COST. BERM. SPRG
CLOVER SEED
PANGCLA SPRG.
STARGRASS SPRG.
TRANSVALA SPRG.
TAME. GRASS SEED


VEGETABLE SEED


ITEM
SNAP EEAN SEEC
CABEBAE SEED
CARROT SEEC
CANTALOUPE SEED
CAULIFL CER SEED
CELERY SEED
CHINESE CAB SEED
SWEET CORN SEED
CUCUMBER SEED
EGGPLANT SEED
ESCAR-ENCV SEED
L.ETT.-RCM SEED
PARSLEY SEED
GREENPEPPER SEED
POTATOES EYES
RADISH SEED
SPINACH SEEC
SQUASH SEED

TCMATO SEED
WATERMELON SEED


NUMBER
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500















ITEM




N


NUMBER
501
5C2
503
504
505
50b
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534

536
527
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550


FER TILI ZER


NUMBER
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599
600


I TEM
N ITROGEN
N6P
N&P&K
PHOSPHATE
P&K
PCTASH
COMPLETE FERT.
N&K


TRACE ELEMENTS
8CRON
CCBALT
IFON
SULFER
ZINC
LAND PLASTER
FUNGICIDE
INNOCULANT









L IME&GYPSUM
L IME
GYPSUM
















INSECTICIDE
















I TEM
DDT
WETHCXYCHLOR
MALATHICN
P AR A TH I CN
PARATHICN









HERBICIDE
2-4-0
BROAC LEAF HERO3
GRASS KILLER
PRE-MERGE HERB
SCIL STERILANT


NUMBER
601
602
603
604
: 605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
6 16
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
650


CHEMICALS
FUMIGANT
SEED TREATMENT
RODENT CONTROL


CUSTOM HIRES


NUMBER
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
678
679
680
681
682
683
684
685
686
687
688
689
690
691
692
693
694
695
696
697
698
699
700.


I TEM
CAR RENTAL
TRUCK HIRE
TRACTCR HIRE
PCWER UNIT HIRE
CUSTOM COMBINE
CUSTOM hAULING
HAYING&STACK ING

LIVESTOCK FD EQ
FEEDERS
WATERERS
GRINDER
*HAMMER MILL
RCLLER
PELLETER
GRINDER MIXER
FEED WAGON
AUTO FEEDING
OTHER LVSTK ECP.
MILKER
BULK TANK
MILK EQUIPMENT
BRANDING EQUIP.
VET EQUIPMENT
SEPARATOR
C HUTES
SADDLES, BRIDLES
SCALES
MATERIALS HNCLIN
ELEVATOR
AUGER
LOWER

MANURE LOADER
MANURE SPREADER
GRADR-LAND PLANE
PCSTHOLE DICCER

TILL MACHINERY
FLOW
CNEWAY
D 1SK
RCD WEECER
SPIKE HARROW
SPRING TOOTh
SEEP
RCTARY HOE
SUBSOIL ER-CHISEL
PLANT&CLLTIVATE
DRILL --




34


NUMBER
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
730
721
722
733
734
725
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
750


I TEM
2-ROb PLANTER
4-RCW PLANTER
6-ROW PLANTER
LISTER
G-DEVIL
2-ROh CULTIVATOR
4-RO CULTIVATOR
6-RCI CLI.TIVATOR
IRRI C&CI-EM APPL
FERT. SPREADER
LIQUID FERT SPRD
ANHYCROUS APPL
SPRAYER
IRRIGATION WELL
IRRIGATION PUMP
IRRIGATION PIPES
IRRIG DAMS, TUBE
IRRIG DITCHER
HARVEST EQUIP.
COMBINE, PULL TY
SILAGE CUTTER
CORNPICKER
COTTCN PICKER
SHAKER
BIGGER


HAYING EOUIP.
SICKLE MOWER
RCTARY MOWER
COND.-CRIMPER
RAKE
WINDFCWER
SWEEP
STACKER
BALER
BALE-LOADER
STORE&PPOC. EQPT
HAND HOEING


MISC EXPENSE


NUMBER
751
752
753
754
755
756
757
758
759
760
761.
762
763
764
765
766
767
768
769
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
789
790
791
792
793
794
795
796
797
798
799
800


ITEM
ACCOUNT ING
CHECKING CHGS
CTHER 8K" CHGS
LEGAL FEES
SALES COMM.
PAPER®IS.
TESTING
FARM MAGAZINES
ORGANIZATIONS
VET MEDICINE
VET SERVICE
MEDICINE
VACCINE
ECU IPIENT
VET SUPPLIES
VET & MED.



GAS, FUEL
GASOLINE
LP GAS
DIESEL
KEROSENE
NAT. GAS IRF&PWR
GREASE
CIL
FILTERS, ETC.
ANTIFREEZE* ACDo
STORAGE
WAREHCUSING
AILMENTS
CCLD STORAGE
.BROKERAGE
CUSTOM KILL


TAXES
REAL ESTATE
PERSONAL TAXES
LICENSES
PERMITS
SALES TAX




INSURANCE

















NUMBER
801
802
803
804
8C5
806
807
808
809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
822
823
824
825
826
827
823
829
830
821
822
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
848
849
850


I TEM
INSURE. PREMIUMS
HAIL INSURANCE
CROP INSURANCE
LIVESTOCK INS.
VEHICLE INS.
EQUIPMENT INS.
BUILDING INS.
LIABILITY INS.










UNTIL CITIES
PHONE
TELE GRAPH
RAD I C-TWO-WAY
ELECTRICITY
NAT GAS FRM PL.
WATER
SEWER&WASTER 01 S


RENT
RENT PAIC OUT
BEEF RENTAL
DAIRY RENTAL
SHEEP RENTAL
ShINE RENTAL
OTHER LVST. RENT
VEtHICLE&tAOTOR RT
MACHINERY RENTAL
BUILCINC RENTAL
LAND RENTAL


I TEM


NUMBER
851
852
853
854
855
856
857
858
859
860
861
862
863
864
865
866
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
874
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
8d3
884
885
886
887
888
889
890
891
892
893
894
895
896
897
898
899
900


TRANS & PROCE.
TRUCK ING&TRAVEL
.TRUCKING
FRE EIGHT
ADVERTI SING
HAULING
HAULING & MKTG.
LCDGING
MEETING FEES





























MISC OTHER
















NUMBER ITEM NUMBER ITEM
901 CONSERVATION EXP 951
902 TERRACING 952
9C3 WATERWAYS 953
904 LEVELING 954
905 SEEDS 955
906 TREES 956
907 DAMS 957
908 BRUSH CLEANING 958
909 959
910 960
911 961
912 962
913 963
914 964
915 965
916 966
917 967
918 968
919 969
920 970
921 971
922 972
923 973
924 974
925 975
926 976
927 977
928 978
929 979
920 980
931 981
932 982
933 983
934 984
93 5 985
936 986
937 987
938 988
939 989
940 990
941 991
942 992
943 993
944 994
945 995
946 996
947 997
948 998
949 999
950








APPENDIX IV


UNITS CODES

1. Hd.
2. Bu.
3. Tons
4. Dz.
5. Gal.
6. B1.
7. Acre
8. Hr.
9. Days
10. AUMS
11. ACIN
12. Lbs.
13. Pt.
14. Qt.
15. Dol.
16. Cwt.
17. Oz.
18. Mile
19. Feet
20.
21. Sq.Ft.
22.
23.
24.
25.







APPENDIX V

MACHINERY COMPLEMENT


MACHINERY COMPLEMENT( 1)


BUDGET IDENTIFICATION NUMBtER--- 0 000000 000 0


COLUMN I
NAME OF MACHINE CODE


TRACTOR(1)
TRACTOR(2)
TRACTOR(3)
TRACTCR(4)
TPACTORC 5)
TRACTOR(6)


TRUCK
PICKUP

SP COMGINE-GRAIN
SP COMI~NE-GRAIN

SP COM1INE

S.P. SWATHER
S.P. SwATHER
S.P. DEALER
S.P. SALE WAG3N
FCRAGE HARVESTOR

COTTON STRIPoER

COTTON PICKER


M.8. PLOd 4
M.,. PLOW 6
48*. PLOW 5
Mo.. PL3W 7

TANDEM DISK
OFFSET DISK
OFFSET DISK

ONW AY
SWEEP
SWEEP
CHISEL
CFFSET DISK
RCLL. CULTIVATOR
ROW CULTIVATOR
FIELD CULTIVATOR

LISTER

HILLER


I *
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.*
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.


2 3
WIDTH INITIAL
(rFET) LIST
PRICE
55.3 9230.
83.0 13030.
100.3 16750.
125.0 19503.
150.0 23750.
175.0 27000.
0.3 0.
0.0 O0
0.3 0.

2.0 10800.
0.5 4380.
0.0 0.
16.0 21250.
23.0 23500.
0.0 0.
14.3 16000.
3.3 0.
14.0 10300.
16.3 11300.
12.3 4500.
24.3 15430.
6.3 6000.
0.3 0.
12.0 19250.
3.3 3.
6.0 19500.
0.30 0.
0.3 0
0.0 0.
5.3 1200.
8.3 3003;
6.6 2550.
9.3 3500.
0.0 0.
14.0 1303.
14.0 3800.
12.0 3600.
0.0 0.
12.0 1265.
12.3 1330.
24.0 3475.
14.0 1400.
16.0 4300.
12.0 1380.
12.0 12003
24.0 1400.
0.0 0.
12.0 737.
0.0 0.
12.0 900.


4
SPEED
('4PH)

4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
3.0
0.3
0.0
20.3
23.0
3.0

3.0
3.0
0.3
3.0
0.0
5.4
5.0
3.0
11.5
4.0
0.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
0.0
0.3
3.0
4.5
4.1
4.5
4.5
3.0
4.3
4.8
4.8
0.0
4.8
3.8
4.5
4.1
4.8
4.5
3.8
3.8
0.0
4.0
0.0
4.0


5 6
FIELD nCI
EFF IC-
ENCY
3.88 1.2
0.8P 1.2
0.08 1.2
0.88 1.2
0.88 1.2
0.88 1.2
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.88 0.8
0.88 0.6
0.0 0.0
* 0.67 0.3
0.67 0.3
0.0 0.0

3.0 0.0
0.77 1.C
0.77 1.0
0.74 3.8
0.40 1.0
0.60 1.2
0.0 0.0
0.60 0.7
0.0 0.0
0.63 0.7
0.0 0.C
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.80 2.C
0.30 2.C
0.80 2.C
0.80 2.C
0.0 0.C
0.83 0.c
0.83 "0.E
0.83 o.e
0.c 0.C
1.00 0.
0.76 I.C
0.76 1.C
0.R80 0.
0.83 0.C
0.76 1.(
0.76 1.C
0.76 1.0
0.0 O.C
0.67 C.0
0.0 0.C
0.67 0.0


0
0
0
0
0
0


0
0

3
3



10

0
53


'5
)0


'5

D0

'5

)0
)





)5

50
0
)0
)0
)



80O

30


7 8 9
RC2 RC3 HOURS
USED
ANNUALLY
0.000631 1.60 600.
0.003631 1.60 600.
0.000631 1.60 600.
0.000631 1.60 600.
0.000631 1.60 600.
0.000631 1.60 600.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.0 000 0.
0.000631 1.40 5000

0.0 0.0 0.,
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.000251 1.83 100.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.002510 1.30 150.
0.000251 1.30 100.
0.002510 1.33 100.
0.000251 1.40 200.
0.002510 1.30 75.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.0 0.3 0.
0.000251 1.80 75.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.0 000 0.
0.002510 1.30 100.
0.300251 1.33 167.
0.000251 1.30 250.
0.000251 1.30 300.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.000251 1.80 50.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.003251 1.80 150.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.000251 1.80 100.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.000631 1.60 60.
C.0 0.0 0O
0.000631 1.60 60.


10
YEARS
OWNED

10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
8. 0
8.0
0.0
10.0
10.0
0.0
10.0
0.0
8.0
8.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
0.00
10.0
0.0
15.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
10.0
15.0
10.3
6.0
0.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
0.0
10.0
20.0
1 0. 0
10.0
10.0
8.0
10*0
10.0
0.0
10.0
0.0
.10.0


0
C
C
c

C
C
C
C
0

0
0
0
C
C

0
C
c
c



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c
(
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.



.


11 12 13
RFV1 RFV2 PURCHASE
PRICE

).680 0.920 9200.
).680 0.920 13000.
).6t00 0.920 16750.
).680 0.920 19500
).6d0 0.920 23750.
).680 0.920 27000
).0 0.0 0.
).0 0.0 0.
).0 0.0 0.
).6 r 0 0.60 10800.
).600 0.885 4400
.0 0.0 0
).635 0.895 21250.
).635 0.895 23500.
).3 0.0 0.
).635 0.895 13750*
).0 0.0 0.
0.660 0.880 10300.
).560 0.3S0 11303.
0.560 00885 4500
D.560 0.885 14500.
D.550 0.885 5100.
3.0 0.0 0.
3.585 0.875 19250.
0.0 000 0.
0.585 0.875 16575.
0.0 0.0 0.
3.0 0.0 0.
0.0 0.0 0.
30030 0.835 1200.
0.600 0.885 3000.
0.600 0.985 2550.
0.630 0.885 3500.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.600 0.835 1200,
0.600 0.8S 3800.
0.600 3.835 3600.
0.0 0.0 0.
0.600 0.885 1200.
0.600 0.885 13033
0.600 '0.885 347.
0.603 0.885 1400.
0.600 0.885 4300.
0.600 0.885 1150.
0.600 0.885 1200.
0.600 0.885 1400.
0.0 0.0 0*
0.600 0.835 650
0.0 0.0 0.
0.600 0.885 765e


14
FUEL
TYPE

3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
0.
0.
0.
1.
1
0.
3.

00
3.
0.
3.
1 0
3.
1.
3.
0.
3.
3.
3.
0.
3.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.
0.

0.
0.

0.


15 16
HOURS MP
OF
LIFE
12000. 55.
12000. 93.
12000 100.
12000. 125.
12000. 150.
12000. 175.
0. 0.
0. 0.
0. 0.
4000. 1.
4000. 1.
0. 0.
S2000. 1.
2000. 1
0. 0.
1500. 1.
0. 0.
1500. 1*
15CO. 10
2000. 0. C
2500. 0.
1500. 0.
0. 0.
2500. 0.
0. 0.
2500. 0.
0. 0.
0. 0.
0. 0.
2000. 0.
2000. 0.
2000. 0.
2000. 0.
0. 0.
2000. 0.
2000. 0.
2000. 0.
0. 0.
2300. 0.
2000. 0.
2000. 0.
2000. 0.
2000. 0.
2000. 0.
20C0. O.
2000. 0.
0. 0.

1200. 0.
0. 0.
1200. 0.














RU)GET IDENTIFICATION NUMBER--- 3 000000 000 0


COLUMN 4 I 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 1
NAME OF MACHINE CODE WIDTH INITIAL SPEED FIELD RCI RC2 RC3 HOURS YEARS RFVI RFV2 PURCHASE FUEL HO
(FEET) LIST (MPH) EFFIC- USED OWNED PRICE TYPE 0
PRICE ENCY ANNUALLY LI
CULTIOEDDER TILL 51. 1.03 1395. 5.0 0.83 1.00 0.030251 1.80 200. 10.0 0.603 0.885 3600. 0. 2
52. 0.3 0. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. 0.
iPRINGTOOTH 53. 20.3 1453. 5.3 0.70 0.65 0.000251 1.80 1000 10.0 0.600 0. 15 1450. 0. 2
SPRINGTOOTH 54. 27.3 2200. 5.3 0.70 0.65 0C000251 1.80 175. 10.0 0.600 0.885 2203. 0. 2
CP INGT'OTH 55. 33.0 24530. 5.3 3.70 0.65 0.000251 1.0 .175 10.0 0.600 0.805 2450 0. 2
SPIKE HAt OW 56. 20.0 075. 5.3 0.70 0.65 0.000251 1.00 100. 10.0 0.600 0. R5 875. 0. 2
TCTARY i1Ci 57, 14.0 850. 5.0 0.76 1.00 0.000251 1083 100. 10.0 0.600 0. 85 850. 0. 2
CHICKEN PICKER 58. 24.3 890. 4.5 0.76 1.00 0.000251 1.93 150. 9.0 0.600 0.885 800. 0. 2
RCD WCEDER 59. 22.3 1150. 4.8 31.83 0.65 0.600251 1.80 1000 10.0 0.600 0.83' 1003. 0 2
60. 3.3 0. 000 0.0 000 0.0 0;0 0 .0 0 00 3.0 0. 0.
CRILL wO/FERT 61. 13.3 2730. 4.0 0.72 0.63 0.300251 1 80 50. 10.0 00630 0.8O 5 2703. 0. 1
GRILL W/FERT 6;. 13.3 3450. 4.0 0.72 0.65 0.000251 1.80 100 100 0.600 0.885 3453. 0. 1
HOE DRILL WO/FRT 63. 11.6 2400. 4.3 0.60 0.65 0;003251 1.80 100, .10.0 0.600 0.885 400. 0. 1
HCE DRILL w/FERT 64. 11.6 3030. 4.0 0.72 0.65 0.000251 1 80 100 10.0 060 0.35 3000 0. 1
PLANTCR 65. 12.3 2200. 5.3 0.67 0.0 0 00q631 1.63 60. 10.0 0 0. 0 35 2200. 0. 1
66. 0.3 0; 00 0.0 3. 0 0 00 00 0;0 0. 0 00 0.0 3. 0
CULT IOEDDER PLNT 67. 18.0 1465. 4.5 3.67 0 0.80 0 .00631 160 100. 8.0 0.600 0.805 1319. 0. 1
PEANUT PLANTER 68. 12 0 2350. 5.0 0.67 0.80 0.000631 1.60 70. 10.0 3.630 0 5 2350. 0. 1
CRILL W/O FERT 69. 10.6 2303. 4.0 3.72 0.65 0.003250 .80 100. 10.0 0.630 0.8-5 2J00. 0. 1
DRILL W/FERT 73. 10.6 30003 4.0 0.72 0.65 02000251 1o80 100. 10.0 0.600 0.885 3000. 0. 1
DRY FFRT SPREAD 71. 25.0 500. 5.3 0.67 1.00 0;003251 1.80 50 10.0 0.560 0.885 425. 0. 1
72. 0.3 0 0.0 0.0 00 0 0.0 00 0 00 00 00 0. 0
ANHYOROUS APPLIC 73. 12.3 503, 4.0 0.67 1.00 0.000631 1.60 60. 10.0 0.600 0.835 425. 0. 1
SOAAAYER 74. 12.0 3000 3.8 0.60 0.65 0;000251 1.80 50. 10.0 3.600 0.885 255. 0. 1
75. 3.0 3, 0.0 0.0 0.0 0;- 0.0 0. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. 0.
STACK wAGON 76. 1440 8800. 5.0 0.60 0.85 0.00250 1.33 100 8.0 0.560 0.985 8800. O. 2
LANP PLANE 77. 12 43000 3.5 0.42 1.00 0.;000251 1. 0 100. 10.0 0.33 0.885 1350. 0. 2
FLOAT 78. 13.0 .575. 3.0 0.83 0.60 0.000251 1.30 500 10.0 0.630 0.895 500. 0. 2
BED StHA:ER 79. 1?.) 2000. 3.0 0.70 0.P. 0.000631 1.6) 50 8.0 0 0.600 0.85 1736. 0. 2
MUJLCH TREADER 830 15.3 15003 5.0 0.83 1.00 0,'000251 1.0 100 10.0 0.630 0.895 1800. 0. 2
STALK SHR3OrDER R1t 12.0 575 4.8 0.81 0.65 0.002513 1o30 80. 9.0 0.560 0.985 500. 0O 1
STACK OV-Rp 82. 14.0 1803. 5.0 3.12 0.85 0.00?513 1.30 830 8.0 0.560 0.885 1800. 0. 2
PULL COO4INE 83 A 8.0 ?330 3.0 0.67 0.33 00300251 1.83 1 CO 10.0 .0.635 0.895 2000. 0. 2
SILAGE CUTTER 84& 380 20036 4.0 0.60 1.20 0.Q02510 1.o30 75. 10.0 0.560 0.885 1700. 0. I
CON PICKER 853 6.3 3500o 3.0 0.63 0.50 hQ00631 1.60 75. 10.0 0.603 0.885 2975. 0O 1
STRIPPER 86. 63 0 5006 3.0 0.63 0O50 0&000631 1.63 75. 15.0 0.600 0.085 8500. 0. 2
PEANUT COMBINE 87. '.0 7300. 3.0 0.67 0.80 0.030631 1.60 100. 6.0 0.660 0.880 6000. 0O 2
SHAKER-DIGGER 88. 6.3 1100. 3.0 0.76 1.03 0.302510 1.90 100. 10.0 0.600 0.885 1100. 0. 1
DIGGER-INVERTER 89. 6.0 1675. 3.0 0.76 1.00 0GQ02510 1.60 100. 8.0 0.600 0.885 1675. 0. I
93. 3.0 O. 3.0 0.3 0.0 00 o 0.0 0 0. 00 0.0 00 0. 0
SICKLE MOWER 91. 7.0 5350 4.3 0.81 1.80 0.002510 1.30 53. 10.0 0.600 0.8- 5 550. 0. 1
ROTARY MOWER 92. 6.3 575. 4.8 0.81 3.65 0.332510 1.30 50. 10.0 0.560 0.895 500. 0. 1
CQIMPER 93. 7.3 990. 4.3 0.77 1.00 0.002510 1.33 80. 8.0 0.563 0.885 850. 0 1
RAKE 94. 8.3 .10250 5.4 0.75 1.00 0.032510 1.30 80. 8.0 0.600 0.885 1025. 0. 1
WINCRCWER 95. 12.0 3843. 5.4 0.77 1.00 0.002510 1.30 80. 8.0 0.560 0.895 3600. 0. 1
PTO BALER 96. 6.3 4300o 3.0 0.67 0.85 0.002510 1.33 ICO, 6.0 0.560 0.885 4300, 0O 2
BALE LOA0ER 97. 14.0 500. 5. 0 .40 1.00 0002510 1.30 100. 8.0 0.600 0.85 450. 0. I
DALE eAGON PULL 98o 24.3 5071. 5.0 0.40 1.00 03002510 1.40 150. 10.0 00 56 0.885 5000. 0. 2
TRAILER 99. 3.0 800. 20.0 0.90 1.00 0.002510 1.30 50. 10.0 0.635 0.895 600, 0. 1
10 FERT SPRO 4*** 500.0 5. 0.7 1.00 0.0 1 799999 9*** 10. 0.6 0.885 ****0 O. **


5 16
URS HP
F
FE
000. 0.
0. 0.
000 00
000. 0.
0003. 0.
000. 0.
0000 0.
303. 0O
000. 0.
003. 0.
0. 0.
003. 0.
300. 0.
00. 0.
000. 0.
200. 0.

200. 0.
200. 0. C
000. 0.
000. 0.
0. 0.
000, 0.
030. 0.
0. 0.
000. 0.
0o00. .
300. 0.
3000. 0
000. 0.
53C. 0.
003. 0.
5003. 0.
500. 0.
500. 0.
5300. 0.
500. 0.
530. 0.
500. 0.
0. 0.
000. 0
000. 0.
000. 0.

5009. 0,
500.0 00
000. 0.
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000. 0.
0. 0.


MAC~C~t NERY COWLEMSN T~ ~t( 11~
















APPENDIX VI


SAMPLE COMPLETED
BUDGET INPUT FORMS




CROP BUDGET PREPARATION FORM
Form / of /

Name Exmpe'

PART (0) Processing System Selection

Check a. or b.

a. Budget will be prepared completely from forms. _/

b. Old budget will be revised

Old Budget Number

Check c., d. or e.

c. Budget is not to be stored or replaced

d. Budget should be stored as a new budget

e. Budget should replace old budget of same number

Price vector number 1 (default is 1)

Machinery complement number 1 (default is 1)



PART (2) Title
(TITLE)
SCORt4 GRAZIA SAMPLE BuPT4Er:
NORTH. FLOR'r DA., 9_ '7. PR LC ES
W VJELL .DRAZJ'E D SgADAY LOAv Soy M SrLS
PART (3) Footnote
(FOOT)
I, -? 4P T-?R "CrATAR
s 10-to- IZs N-P-k r/ nR __V
PREPARED BY:

DateJZ_ /I/7?


PART (1) Budget Identification Number
a. Enterprise Code / _

b. Area Code

c. County Code o o

d. Irrigation Level o

e. Land Class Code 4
f. Grazing Code a

g. Machinery Complement .1

h. Irrigation System a

i. Price Vector

j. Individual Number Jt

Month for Computing Annual
Capital (harvest month) A/ usr (,)
(Default is 6 = June)


. 0 .. -W- 0


L. IaL


: ~L;L/IC~Blsrs





(PARM)
Row Number


Your
Value


Default
Value


Your
Row Number Value


1. Price per gallon of gasoline
2. Price per gallon of L.P. gas

3. Price per gallon of diesel
4. Price per kilowatt hour of
electricity

5. Price for first 1000 cu. ft.
of natural gas

6. Interest rate

7. Insurance rate (price/dol. of
average investment insured)


.95
.70
.92


.055


2.65
.10


.009


8. Tax rate (price/dol. of purchase
value)

9. Government Program designation
for LP-FARM

10. Price of machinery labor/hours


11.

12.
18.
25.


Price of other labor/hour

Price of irrigation labor/hour
Irrigation labor-hours/A. inch

For punched LP-FARM card enter 7.0


PART (5) Name changes

Names to be changed in list of 999 names: (NAME)

Line No. Name


to be changed in list of 100 machinery complement names: (MCNM)


Default
Value


.02


0.0

3.25


3.00

3.25


0.00


Line No.


Name


r%3
rl.1


_ __ __ __ T_ _


- ___ _


__ __ ___ __


_ __ __~__


Naamess


a



--


~c c


--


qp OWN


---f


4- NWW4 W O O

mw 4"m ep m m m Q- -w apo


vam "OW amA V m= 4mm mmm mn V wq d d~ wm w 11 "o











PART (6) Production, Inputs, and Machinery Requirements
(BUD, BCHG)

L COL COL COL COL COL COL COL COL
L 1 1 2 3 1 4 5 6 1 7 1 8


PRODUCTION


JAN


FEB


MAR


APR MAY JUN JUL AUG


COL COL COL
9 10 11


SEP OCT
# of unit


NOV
)


1. CORA/ ._7S"-. ,4 ,. _-. 2.0
2. ________2.0
3. ____.2.0
4. 2.0
5. ____________2.0
6. .. ,,____ .......2.0
7. 2.0
8. _______2.0
9. _2.0
10. ________________________________________2.0

OPERATING INPUTS
11. SE.FDn __ ...Z.. ..7f .... 40A 4. 3.0
12. A.-P-.K __." _6. j 3. 3.0
13. ____. 3.0
14. LTME ..3. 5 ._ 3.0
15. ~Af7CTI)Ez ____ ___ o, 3.0
16. 1RR TP.TDl" ".0 .... ,r. 3.0
17. 3.0
18. 3.0
19. 3.0
20. 3.0
21. 3.0
22. 3.0


- 23.


I
N
E


COL
12


DEC


COL
13


PRICE


COL
14


XXX


COL
16


COL
15


UNITS
CODE


COL
18


COL
17


TYPE
CODE


ITEM
CODE


24. .......i........__________1 .___ ._______ 1__________3.0
25. .......... ........ ... .......__3.0


3.0 1


'


To t 0-t-A 1 4


% A .. I I









PART (6) con't

L
I
N OPERATING INPUTS
E (CONT.)


COL I COL
1 2


JANI


rFLt


COL
3


COL
4


COL
5


COL
6


COL COL
7 8


COL
9-


COL
10


COL
11


COL
12


COL
13


COLj COL
14 15


COL
16


COL
17


IFtPA 1 Ann tIN' I :0I L


MAMK


AFK


MAYH


JUN


JUL I AUb


Sbt


UC 1


NUV


UDE


PRICtEL


XXX


SUNI
CODE


I-EM TYPE
CODE CODE


26. ______________ __ __ ______ _-___ 3
26. .3
28. 3
29. 3
30. 3
31. 3
323


35. 3

37. 3
37.______________ __ _ -- -- -- ------- 3
NO.
TIMEOVER LABOR-POWER
MACHINERY REQUIREMENTS (times over) ERS UNIT
38. t)rs 3.0 _0 3'. 4
39 p,.OW ____.o 3. 4
40. 3PRYER.,o 7. 4


4 3.* C..- 3 44
44. 4
45. _-Px- P 25 1 4
46. 4
47. 4
48. 4
49. AC.IN IRR. WATER X X X
50. HRS LABOR REQUIRE-- X--- X X X _


COL
18


.0__
,O
.0
.0
.0 __
.0__
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0




.0
.0
.0

.0
.0
.0
.0 ___.
.0
.0____


X X
X X







Machinery Complement Changes
(MCHG)


__1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1T 1 13~.T. T4
NAME OF MACHINE CODE WIDTH INITIAL SPEED FIELD RC1 RC2 RC3 HOURS YEARS RFV1 RFV2 PURCHASE FUEL
(LINE (FEET) LIST (MPH) EFFI- USED OWNED PRICE TYPE
____ NO.)______ CIENCY ______


















,.*.. ,=, : . : -


PART (7)


HOURS
OF
LIFE




-PALRTi


Machinery
(MACH)


Cost Per Hour


DEPRECIATION INTEREST INSURANCE TAX TOTAL REPAIRS FUEL LUBE TOTAL
COST COST COST COST FIXED COST COST COST VARIABLE
ITEM CODE PER PER PER PER COST PER PER PER PER COST PER
LINE
UNIT NO. HOUR HR OUR HOUR HOUR HOUR HOUR HOUR HOUR HOUR
MACHINE
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.


HOURS
PER

ACRE


PART (9) Irrigation Costs Per Acre Inch (IRIG)


PART (10) Output Selection
Check Output choices desired


(OUT1, OT12)
(COUT)
(CBUD)
(TEX1, END*)
(EVEN)
(OEXT)
(LAND)
Charge/Acre
Tax/Acre


General Budget
Alternative General Budget Format
Alternative General Budget Format
Alternative General Budget Format
Breakeven Values Printe.d
Summary of Supplemental Information
Land Charge Entry
%Int. on Land
$ Land Inv./Acre


(FUEL)
(OTBD)
(OUT3)
(TEX2)
(OUT4)
(LPFM)
(FLOW)
S(RANG)
Line
Line


Fuel Consumption Summary
Stored Data
Monthly Costs and Returns Budget
Sequential Summary of Machinery Costs
Machinery Complement Listing
Information Prepared for LP-Farm
Information Stored for Cash Flow Preparation
Table of Net Returns-Base
_ RIC OR UAT Change .2o
__PR CE OR UAN Change .o.


_ ___ _~


Cri

















APPENDIX VII


SAMPLE OUTPUT FORMATS




48




Table VII.1. OUT1 and OT12 sample output.







CORN GRAIN SAMPLE. UU G-T
NOrTH F=LORIDA, 1978 PRICES
WELL DRAINED SANDY LOAM4 SILS

CATEGORY UNITS PRICE QUANTITY VALUE

PRODUCTION:
CO RN SU. 2.400 75.00' 183.C0
TOTAL RECEIPTS 18000C
CP-ERATING INPUTS:
SEED LOS. 0.750 12.003 9.00
N-P-K CWT. 5.C00 5 500 27350
N LB3. 0.095 125.000 11 37
LIME TONS 16.7C0 0.333 5.51
IN SCTICI"E LBS. 2.750 15.000 41.25
HERBIC IDE LDS. 1 950 4.00 0 7.8C
TRACTOR FU-L & LU3En ACR. 8.,07
TRACTOR REPAIR COST ACRE 1.64
EQUIP. FUWL & LUJE ACRE 4.36
EQUIP. REPAIR COST ACP. 1 .81
TCTAL OPERATING COST 1- 18.82

RETURNS TO LAN3,LA'ARCAPITALMACHINERY,
OVRHEADiRISKAND MANAGZIENT 61 18
CAPITAL COST:
ANNUAL OPERATING CAPITAL 0.100 39.549 3.95
TRACTOR INVESTMENT 0.100 26.875 2.69
EOUIPM-NT INVESTMENT 0.100 47.956 4.80
TOTAL INTEREST CHARGE 11.44
RETURNS TO LAND* LABO3Ro M4AC HNERY.
OVERHEAD, RISK AND MANAGEMENT 49.74

CWNERSHIP COST: DEPRECIATIONN,
TAX:S. INSURANCE)
T ACT-R HR. 4.00
EQUIPMENT HR 8.29
TOTAL ChNFRSHIP COST 12.28

RETURNS TO LAND LABCR, OVERHEAD,
RISK AND MANAGEMENT 37.46

LAeCR COST:
MACHINERY LABOR HR. 3.250 3.778 12.28
TOTAL LAIGR COST 3.778 12.28
RETURNS TO LAND, OVERHEAD,
RISK AND MANAGEMENT 25.1


83 HP TRACTOR
5-17-15 N-P-K FTRT.
PREPARED BY: STAFF DATE: 12/18/79 .
ENT-RPRIS 14 3 ARA 2 COUNTY 3 IRIG. L-VEL 3 LAND CLASS 4
GRAZING 0 MACH. COMP'. I IIG','SYSTEM C PRIC" VECT 1 INDIV. NUMOCR _L
ANNUAL CAPITAL MONTH: 80

PRtC'SSEC ,3Y FARM SYSTEMS LA9 FOOD C RESOURCE ECGN. DEPT.eU. OF FLORIDA
PPC;RAM or).VLO-E- rVY OrT,. 0. AG. CO3N, 3KLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
CATE PRINTED: 24 JANUARY 1930









Table VII.2.


CBUD sample output.


CORN GRAIN SAMPLE BUDGET
NORTH FLORIDA. 1978 PRICES
WELL DRAINED SANDY LOAM SOILS
OPERATING INPUTS: UNITS PRICE QUANTITY VALUE YOUR VALUE

SEED LBS. 0.750 12.000 9.00
N-P-K CWT. 5.000 5.500 27.50
N LOS. 0.095 125.000 11.87 __
LIME TONS 16.700 0.330 5.51
INSECTICIDE LBS. 2.750 15.000 41.25
HERBICIDE LBS. 1.950 4.000 7.80 __
ANNUAL OPERATING CAPITAL DOL. 0.100 39.549 3.95 _
LABOR CHARGES HR. 3.250 3.778 12.28
MACHINERY FUEL.LU8E.REPAIRS ACRE 15.88
TOTAL OPERATING COST 135.05
FIXED COSTS VALUE YOUR VALUE


MACHINERY
INTEREST AT 10.0%
DEPR.*TAXES, INSUR.
LAND
INTEREST AT O.OX
TAXES


DOL. 7 ,.483
DOL. 12.282


DOL.
DOL.


0.0
0.0


TOTAL FIXED COSTS 19.76

PRODUCTION: UNITS PRICE QUANTITY VALUE YOUR VALUE

CORN BU. 2.400 75.000 180.00
RETURNS ABOVE TOTAL OPERATING COSTS 44.95

RETURNS ABOVE ALL COSTS EXCEPT
OVERHEADRISK AND MANAGEMENT 25.18

83 HP TRACTOR
5-10-15 N-P-K FERT.
PREPARED BY: STAFF DATE: 12/18/79
PROCESSED BY FARM SYSTEMS LAB FOOD & RESOURCE ECON. DEPT.,U. OF FLORIDA
PROGRAM DEVELOPED BY DEPT. OF AG. ECON. OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY




50


Table VII.3. TEX1 and EVEN sample output.





C1RA GRAIN SAMPLE BUDGET
NORTH FLORIDA, 1978 PRIC-ES
WELL RAINED SANDY LOAM SOILS

PRICE OR VALUE OR
UNIT COST/UNIT QUANTITY COST


1. GROSS RECEIPTS FROM PRODUCTION S
CORN OU. 2.40 75.C 0o.oo00
TOTAL $ 180ti

2. VARIABLE COSTS
PREHARVEST
SEED LBS. 0.75 12.00 9.00
N-P-K CWT. 5.00 5.50 27.50
N LBS. 0.09. 125.CO 11.87
L IME TONS 16.70 0.33 5.51
INSECTICIDE= LBS. 2.75 15.00 41.25
HERBICIDE LBS. 1.95 4.00 7.80
MACHINERY ACRE 3.17 1.00 3.17
TRACTORS ACRE 9.71 1.00 9.71
LA33R(TRACTOR & MACHINERY) HOUR 3.25 3.13 10.16
INTEREST ON OP. CAr. OOL. 0.10 39.55 3.95
SUBTOTAL* PRE-HARVEST S 129.94

HARVEST COSTS S
MACHINERY AC R 3.00 1.00 3.00
LAO9R(TRACTO & MACHINERY) HOUR 3.25 0.65 2.12
SUBTOTAL, HARVEST $ 5.12

TOTAL VARIABLE COST $ 135.05

3. INCOME ABOVE VARIABLE COSTS $ 4495

4. FIXED COSTS S
MACHINERY ACRE 13.08 1.00 13.08
TRACTORS ACRE 6.68 1.00 6.68
TOTAL FIXED COSTS $ 19.76

5. TOTAL COSTS S 154.82
6. NET RETURNS S 25.18

83 HP TRACTOR
5-10-15 N-P-K FERT.
PREPARED BY: STAFF DATE: 12/18/79

BUDGET IDENTIFICATION NUMBER---. 10420C040 101 1
ANNUAL CAPITAL MONTH 8
PROCESSED BY FARM SYSTEMS LAB FOOD & RESOURCE ECON. DEPT..U. OF FLORIDA
PROGRAM DEVELOPED BY DEPT. OF AG. ECON. OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
DATE PRINTED: 23 JANUARY 198C



BREAKEVEN PRICES
IF 75.00 8U. CORN ARE PRODUCED:
TO COVER VARI .ALE INPUTS 1.584
TO COVER VARIABLE INPUTS AND INTEREST 1.737
TO COVER VARIABLE INPUTS AND LABOR 1.748
TO COVER VARIAULE INPUTS INTEREST AND LABOR 1.901
TO COVER ALL COSTS EXCEPT LAND OVERHEAD RISK AND MANAGEMENT 2.064





51


Table VII.4. OEXT sample output.


ULJ35ET IDENT IlICATI10N N48.-R 104230040 101 1


ANNUAL CAPITAL MONTH


SUOGET RECOR-D NUMBER
BUOGET FILE 1


Cor. q0q1,,4 Sa44LE ro3ECT
NGOT, FL:t. iAo 1 >74 P,1ICES
Wr'LL 38AINi~ SAN3Y LOAM SnILS
1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
JAN 'in r NAR APR NY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC PRICE WEIGHT tUIT ITEM TYPE COUNT
. IN4E CODE CODE
PRODUCTION NUMBER OF UNITS
a CC;N 003 300 0.0 0.0 0.0 000 0.0 75.00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.400 0.0 2o 72. t2 0.
CPErATtlN INPUTS RATE/UNIT PRICE NUMBER UNIT ITEM TYPE CONT
UNITS CODE CODE
II 5.13 9.0 0.0 000 12.00 0o0 0.0 0.0 f00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.753 0.0 12a 172. 3. 00
12 I--4 o3 3.0 50.5 0.0 o 0. 00 0,0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.000 0.0 16. 213. 3. 0.
13 M ,O0 0.7 125.02 0.0 000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.095 000 12. 211. 3. 00
14 LIME 02. 0.0 0.33 9.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.0 16.700 0.0 3. 231. 3. 0.
15 INr CTICI C1.0 0.3 0.0 3.0 15.02 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2.750 0 0 12. 240. 3. 0.
15 n. 1CDl 03.0 00 40 03 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 .0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.950 0 0 12. 250. 3. 0*
MACHI -4 RE0I N RC4ENTS TIMES OVER xxxxx XXXXX POWER MACH TYPE CONY
UNIT COOE
39 TI4N03 0DIS 0.0 3. 3.30 0.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0*0 0.0 2. 35. 4. 0.
38 ".*. *LOW S 0. 3.0 1.03 3.0 000 0.0 0.0 0.0 o0. 000 0.0 00 0.0 0.0 2. 31o. 0o
4- SP-4v'P C03 3.0 1.3 0.0 000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 .0 0.0 0.0 2, 74* 4. 0
4t1 L ANT:R .2 00 0.0 1.00 0.0 3.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 000 0.0 000 20 65. 4* 0.
42 Pr; C'LTIVATOR :. I C J 0.0 0 .00 2o.0 00. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0*0 0.0 0.0 0.0 000 2 45. 4 0.
4T ;0 Cl* c IN_ 0' 00 0.0 0.0 000 0.0 0.0 1.00 000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 000 0. 16. 4. 9.
44 T uCK 06.1 00 0.0 C.3 0.0 0.0 300 0.25 0.0 0.0 0.0 0*0 0.0 0.0 00 10 4. 9.0
45 PICKU6 A.00 .0. 0.2 0.10 0.13 0o.10 0.13 0.20 000 000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. s. 40 0.







- ----------------- -,^7^7^fYlr Stx5-Aso-wlQTtuf r"^ST3?2Ij'';bi~3-PE RO~--- -- ------- rTC-------------
CATEOv Y JNI T JA4 Fe,) TAR APDA AY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC TOTAL
TCTAL RCEITS A4CRE ;0 Ce 003 009 0.0 C.0 0.0 180.00 0.0 000 0.0 0.0 10.003
T'VTAL AAENS. ACC .3J r,)560 1 0.65 44.17 0030 0.30 3.60 0*0 0.0 0.0 000 118.82
SITURNS T. wLAN3D LA3SOR CAPITAL. ACHIN3Y. )VEHMEAO RISK* AND MANAGEMENT 614.1

ANNUA. CAPITAL 30L. 003 c 97 585 9055 9 .5 9.60 0.0 00 000 0*0 000 39055
cxnp "24u..j3J I 15 0 VTp i !TH 000
MACHI.%qY LABSR 1HR, 3 .J) lo5 0.37 0*70 0.12 0012 0,89 0.0 00 00 0*0 3.78

MACHINE CODE rPR I4 SU7. TAx TOTAL ~ XED REPAIR FirEL LUS VARIABLE INT. HR/T IME
TqACTCA 21 2 1.53 2 0.43 2 09 0 .6 3.67 0.55 5.07 .40 1.00
T-UCK 10 2.16 ^.12 0.43 2*71 0.86 3.80 0.57 5.23 I.30 1.00
PICKU3 1 3.43 0.30' 0.38 1.05 0.29 2.37 0.36 3.02 0.55 1.00
S% CC|IN- 1 36 33.40 O.77 2*75 13.92 2.54 2.81 0042 5.77 ,.55 0029
TA4N-EM ISK 35 9097 0.04 0.24 1.2 024 024 00 C.0 0,24 0.71 0015
M.94 oL..3e 6 31 1038 0.09 0.36 1.53 0.32 0.0 0.0 0.32 0.98 0.31
5;;AYE1R 74 .40 30.3 0.30 0.53 0.11 0.0 0.0 0.11 0.31 0.30
P.-A 65 3.i2 0.19 0.73 3.95 0.97 0.0 0*0 0097 2.16 0021
Rct ..JLIIVAYGQ 45 0.99 0.00S 0.24 1.29 0034 0.0 0*0 0*30 0.71 0.24

1T-< TIMES LADjOU MACHINE FUrL.OIL.LUBf.* FIXfO COSTS
OpF'AT 1ON NO. OATE OVER iMOtHJS MCUnS REPAIR PER ACRE PER ACRE
Ti" or "71" -"19~T 1--1 .05- 7 ,S o o. 37 3.4Z,4 20 29-'- -
e.R* PLjO 6 2.31 A I .00 30140 0.314 |*P6 2.00
S.RAY:R 2.74 MAR. 1 9 0 .365 3.302 1.72 1.41
PI CAU t 11 AQ4 0 25 00100 30250 0075 0.40
PL ANTE 2*65 &-q 1.0 0 0.248 3.205 I 34 2.04
P:CKUP IS AD 013 0 123 310300 0 30 0.16
#r.C COLTIVATOR 2.45 MAY P.03 0.576 0.476 2.82 2.78
3:CKQU II MAY 0.10 00123 3.130 0.30 0.16
PIC U II3 J'JR 0.10 0 .13 3.100 0.30 0.16
PICKUP 11 JU. 3013 00120 0.100 0.30 0.16
SP CSONIN- 16 AUG I CO 0352 3.293 1.69 6.59
TUCK 10 A'G 0 25 0030) 3.250 1.31 1.00
PICKUTOP 11A AUG 0 .20

^u ---- CL a 3 4 11 1--- ------ 9 t 2 1 "3- it 'T6-
AME .OF MACHINE CODE tIOTH INITIAL. SEwEE FIEL RC I RC2 RC3 HOURS YEARS RFVI RFV2 PURCHASE FUEL HOURS HP
*1 ET L LIST ( PMwn EFFIC- USFO OWNED PRICE TYPE OF
PRICE ENCY ANNUALLY LIFE
TCACTCR121 2. 43.3 1300.o 4. 0.A48 I 20 C.0000'3 1.61 600. 10.0 0.680 0.920 33003. 3. 12000. 83.
TCUCK 10 0 .0 10630. 20.0 0.8 00. 0. 003I 10.43 500. 9.0 0.170 0.R63 10480. to 4000. to
CICUp It 0.5 4903. 20.0 0.P8 0.0a0 0.000C 3 1.40 .0 6.0 0.000.0 0.885 440 0 Io 40 000. 1o
SP CCu31Nr 16. 14.3 16001. 3.0 0.67 0.31 0.001251 .n 9 100. 10.0 0. 6J 0.o95 13750' 3. 15030 1o
M.q. PLOE A 31. 1 3:00. 4.1 0.HO ?C3 0.*$1) ; I *30 167. 15.0 0.600 0.b85 3300. 00 2000. 00
TANIEM r1SK 35. 14.3 13033 4*8 0.83 o. 0*.C3-51 1.43 I CO 1000 0.6C0 0.145 1200. 00 2000. 0.
RC6 C 'LTIVATCR 45. 12.3 12030 3.8 0.7 I1.03 0.0C0021 01,1 100. 10.0 0.600 0.0349 3200. 0. 2003. 00
PLANTZ 6f 12.0 2203. 5.0s 0.6P 0. C C.000631 .60 60. 10.0 0.600 01.845 2203. 0. 1200. 0.
SP;AYR 74. 12.3 303* 3*. 0.60 .3 0.CG00251 1.0 50. 10.0 0.600 0 o 5 255. 0. 10000 00
p-83 *' AT- K---- -MACHINFRY COMPLtMENT
5-13-15 N-O-K F PRPARED aY: STAr ODATE 12/11/79 -- PRICE VECTOR
***NO NA ***NO CO'*LE'.NT CHANGES MAYV 94EN STORED WIr THIS jBUGET*e*











Table VII.5.


FUEL sample output.


FUEL USE SUMMARY FOR BUDGET NUMBER 104200040 101 1

CORN GRAIN SAMPLE BUDGET
NORTH FLORIDA. 1978 PRICES
WELL.DRAINED SANDY LOAM SOILS


FUEL USED IN GALLONS PER HOUR


TRACTOR(2)
TRUCK
PICKUP
SP COMBINE


3.984
4*003
2.500
3.050


FUEL ALLOCATED TO OPERATIONS IN GALLONS PER ACRE COVERED


MACHINE
SP COMBINE
TANDEM DISK
MoD. PLOW 6
SPRAYER
PLANTER
ROW CULTIVATOR


GALLONS
0.894
0.648
1.378
1.321
0.899
1.043


POWER UNIT

TRACTOR(2)
TRACTOR(2)
TRACTOR(2)
TRACTOR(2)
TRACTOR(2)


FUEL ALLOCATED TO OPERATIONS FOR THE BUDGET UNIT


TANDEM DISK
MN.O PLOW 6
SPRA YER
PLANTER
ROW CULTIVATOR
SP COMBINE
TRUCK
PICKUP

TOTALS


I
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0,0
0.0


2
. 0 0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
00


3
1.945
1.378
1 321
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0 625


4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.899
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.250


S
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.086
0.0
0.0
0.250


6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0 250


7 8
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0.
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.894
0.0 1000
0.250 0.500


0,0
c
0.0
0.0
0.0
O.0
0.0
0.0
0,0
0.0


0.0 0.0 5*269 1*149 2.336 0.250 0.250 2.394 0.0


10 11 12
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0
0.0 0.0 0.0


TOTAL
I .945
1 378
1.321
0.899
2.086
0.894
1 000
2.125
11.649


GALLONS FUEL BY TYPE'
3.12 GAS
0.0 LP
8,52 DIESELt


FUEL TYPE
3
3
3
3
3
3
1



FUEL TYPES
I=GAS
2=L*.P
3=01ESEL




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