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Economic Analysis of a Paraguayan Small Farm in Calle Asuncion

Paul Litow

AEB 5167, Economic Analysis of Small Farms

P. Hildebrand








Introduction

The objectives of this analysis are to familiarize the reader with some general

characteristics of small-scale farms found in north-central Paraguay, discuss some of

the problems facing those farms, offer some viable solutions to those problems using

linear programming, and critiquing the results of the analysis. A schematic model and

gender analysis will help explain the underlying basis of the system and the model will

attempt to demonstrate how the family studied here can best use their resources to

maximize their income.

General Country Description

Paraguay, a small country about the size of California, is situated in the Southern Cone

of South America and shares borders with Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil. It is divided in

two parts by the Rio Paraguay (see Figure 1). The western part is the Chaco, a

swampy to arid plain, and the eastern part a flat to rolling forested area. Over 90% of

Paraguay's 4.8 million citizens live in the eastern part of the country. Within this

region, rainfall is plentiful and soils range from heavy in the south and east to sandy in

the north and west. Soil fertility is very poor in the southern, long-settled areas and

higher in the newer, north and central and eastern parts of the region.

The country's population growth rate is 3.1% annually, 51% of the population is

under the age of 20, and the average annual income is estimated at $1570. The

average family size is six members.

Paraguayan agriculture employs 43% of the labor force, but due to poor

economic livelihood on farms, many farmers and their older children are migrating to

urban areas in search of work. In the case of small families, labor becomes severely

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constrained and thus lowers farm productivity. Paraguayan agriculture also faces

problems with soil erosion, declining soil fertility and crop yields, price instability and

declining prices for cotton, the main cash crop. There is also a lack of technical

assistance available to farmers from the Ministry of Agriculture's agricultural

extensionists.

Farm Structure

The farms described here are found in the area just east of the Rio Paraguay.

The farms and topography of this region vary distinctly. In the southern parts of

Paraguay that have been settled for over a century, land is generally not laid out in

square plots, soil fertility is poor, and families often do not live on their land. The

topography of southern Paraguay is flat to gently rolling and has some small

mountains. Conversely, in the northern, more recently settled areas of the country,

land is laid out in rectangular parcels, soil fertility is higher, families generally live on

their land, and the topography is gently rolling.

The farm examined in this analysis is found in the community of Calle Asuncion,

some 250 km northeast of Asuncion (the capital), and has been farmed for about 25

years. A road fronts the house lot and the farm is behind it (Figure 2). Houses are

usually made of wood and have thatched or tiled roofs. The kitchen is typically found

behind the house and doubles as a storage area and granary. Cooking is done with

wood and a small garden and citrus trees are usually found on the house lot. Walking

towards the back of the farm, one passes through fields of increasing fertility. Land

closest to the house, "kokuere," is the oldest land on the farm and is usually used for

pasture. "Kokue" is land that has been farmed for about 6-15 years, and what is not in

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fallow will have food crops growing in it. "Capuera," is land that has been farmed for 3-

5 years and "rosado," is recently cleared land that has been farmed for 1-2 years.

Cash crops are grown in rosado and capuera. Forest will be found next to the rosado if

the farmer has not completely cleared his land. Farm sizes vary from 5-20 ha.

Because most farmers in Calle Asuncion still have forest, fertile soils are not

presently a production constraint. An inevitable problem will need to be addressed in

the future when forested lands are exhausted and soil fertility becomes an issue. At

present, chemical fertilizers are very expensive and usually unavailable to small

farmers.

Crop and Animal Mix

The Paraguayan climate is subtropical, thus allowing a wide variety of fruits,

vegetables, small grains and other crops to be grown. Specialty crops are grown

commercially in specific regions of the country where established markets, processing

plants and favorable transportation systems are located. For example, bananas and

pineapples are grown in the north-central part of the country while sugarcane is raised

in the south. Although these crops are grown on many farms in Calle Asuncion, they

are not treated as cash crops nor are they relied upon as a critical part of the families'

diets because of heavy winter frosts. More typically one will find the following crop and

livestock mix on a farm (Figure 3):

Cash crops

Cotton has been the main cash crop since its introduction to Paraguay some

twenty years ago. Initially it was an attractive cash crop; few inputs were required,

labor was plentiful and its price was subsidized by the Paraguayan government. Since

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1989, however, price supports have been removed and farmers have been forced to

compete on the open market. Additionally, cotton prices and yields have declined over

time, and several years of volatile prices and poor weather have forced many farmers

look at crop diversification schemes involving traditional and non-traditional crops.

Cotton is cultivated by hand and with animal traction and is grown in kokue, capuera

and rosado land. It is very labor intensive, increasingly expensive to raise, and has

many insect pests.

Tobacco is the second most important cash crop and is also very labor intensive.

Because it requires highly fertile soils, a farmer will clear .5-1 ha. of forest to grow

tobacco for one or two years, after which he will plant cotton. For this reason, tobacco

is rarely grown in capuera soils or in regions of the country where soils are exhausted.

Food crops

White dent, white flint, and yellow flint maize are all raised for human and animal

consumption. The white dent and flint maizes are for family consumption and the

yellow flint is fed to animals. The white maizes require 115-120 days to mature, and as

a result are only grown once a year. Yellow flint maize matures in 90 days and can be

planted twice a year. Few people plant maize between the months of November and

July. Summer weather is very hot and the sandy soils dry out quickly while winter

frosts often frustrate efforts to raise a second crop. Peanuts, dry beans, and mandioca

(cassava) are also all raised in smaller amounts for family consumption. All of these

crops are grown in capuera and kokue land. Maize and mandioca are sometimes

intercropped with each other or with other crops.








Winter forage crops

Sugarcane or Cameroon grass are grown in small parcels on kokuere or kokue

land for winter forage. It is cut and carried to where the animals are tethered.

Livestock

Cattle are used for milking and traction and are sold only if the need for cash is

absolutely necessary, or if the family is replacing a cow or ox. Swine are also sold from

time to time as necessity requires, but are usually consumed by the family on holidays

and other special occasions. Chickens, a source of eggs and meat for the family, are

almost never sold. During the day, cattle are tied out to graze on kokuere land or along

the road while chickens and swine are free-ranging. Chickens are sometimes fed

maize and swine are given inedible food leavings. At times they will be fed a mixture of

cooked maize and mandioca. Cattle survive on grass throughout the spring, fall and

summer and are fed sugarcane or Cameroon grass in the winter.

Fruits and vegetables

Oranges, mandarin oranges and grapefruit are found on almost every house lot,

but because they rarely enter the picture as cash crops, do not require any labor, and

are not relied upon as a source of food, they will be left out of this analysis. Lettuce,

onions, tomatoes, and cabbage are grown in capuera or kokuere land or in a garden.

Families usually work in them on rainy days when they are not in the field. Additionally,

vegetables are planted in very small amounts, require minimal time for weeding and

care, and are not considered by families as crucial to their survival. For these reasons,

vegetables do not appear in this analysis either.








By referring to the calendar of activities and the activities analysis (Figures 4

and 5), one can see the breakdown of labor by gender related to crop and animal

production. Men and older male children generally perform the majority of the planting,

crop maintenance, and harvesting tasks. Oxen provide the traction for plowing and

cultivating and pull carts to transport harvested crops from the fields. Women and

older female children assist with the some field tasks during periods when extra labor is

needed, but usually have little time to do so. They are responsible for all aspects of

running the household, child care, and caring for the majority of the livestock. Women

control and budget the money flowing into the household from loans, crop and animal

sales.

Children usually attend school from the time they are 6 to 14 years of age. Few

continue on to high school, as it is costly, there is no perceived need for further

education (especially for women) and they are needed at home to work. Older boys

help in the fields upon returning from school, the younger ones performing light chores

around the farm such as feeding the cattle or tying them out to graze. Older girls help

care for younger siblings and help with household work. They also will, if needed,

perform field work such as thinning and harvesting cotton, harvesting mandioca, and

caring for livestock. Younger girls assist with light work around the household, feed the

chickens, and gather eggs.

Constraints

Many factors act as constraints on farm families in this community. While the

following list does not cover all of them, it does focus on those most important to this

analysis.








Labor becomes crucial at two times of the year (Figures 4 and 5): during the

spring when crops must be planted and existing crops must be maintained and in the

fall during cotton harvest. If the farmer is cultivating large amounts of crops, he is often

forced to hire labor in peak periods. If he does not have a son and has a large family,

or if his children are simply too young to help in the field, he again may be forced to

hire labor.

Capital is presently a constraint because the farm economy has become

increasingly cash driven over the past ten years. Farmers must buy inputs to raise

cash crops, purchase or replace equipment, and households regularly purchase

specialty products such as oil, flour, and rice. Additionally, families acquire

refrigerators, televisions, and expensive radios as more and more rural communities

receive electricity. This has exposed rural families to the world outside of their

communities, and as a result, they now crave and purchase expensive commercial

goods. This has further exacerbated the cash situation. It is not uncommon for mobile

vendors to show up in the spring just after farmers receive their crop production loans,

sell their products for cash or on credit, and return during the cotton harvest to collect.

If a farmer wishes to expand his present production, raise additional crops, or

produce value-added products, he must have access to capital. He can obtain credit

from banks, middlemen, patrons, and even cotton gins who are now selling seed and

insecticides. Interest rates vary from source to source-from 17 to 50 percent and

higher-or the farmer may be obliged to sell his crop to the provider. If he desires

credit from a bank, he must have title to his land or something of value to use as








collateral. Obviously each of these credit sources will place further economic

constraints on the family.

Access to regional and national markets, poor transportation, and a lack of price

stability are all interrelated and can effectively prevent small farmers from diversifying

outside of the traditionally grown cash crops. Due to declining cotton yields and

unstable prices over the past several years, many farmers would like to diversify their

cash crop mix. Unfortunately, the few regional markets that are near Calle Asuncion

cannot handle any great volume of product, do not pay competitive prices, and do not

purchase any specialty products. Furthermore, crops apart from tobacco and cotton do

not have built-in marketing systems. With cotton, for example, the buyer will come

directly to the farmer and pay cash, while with non-traditional cash crops the farmer

must seek a market, ship his product using expensive and unreliable transportation,

and sometimes wait days or weeks to be paid. Therefore, farmers are hesitant to try

crop mixes which do not guarantee immediate payment and ease of transportation.

Secondly, unstable prices affect farmers' willingness to try different cash crops.

Because price changes occur quickly in the central Asuncion market, the farmer often

becomes a victim of extreme price variability. If prices drop drastically the day they

arrive at the market, farmers have little choice but to accept the offered price.

Finally, farmers do not have the time or money to look for alternative markets.

Thus, they are forced to continue growing and selling traditional cash crops. Unless

they are willing to join a cooperative (and most of these are geared to cotton, tobacco

or sunflowers) or overcome their mistrust of each other and form their own mini-

cooperative, farmers' efforts to diversify into other crops will continue to be frustrated.

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Linear Programming Analysis

The linear program used to model this farm is based on a 12 ha. operation.

Three hectares are kokuere, six are capuera, and one is rosado. The remaining land is

in forest. There are six family members. The older daughter and son work with their

parents after school and during the summer when classes are not in session. Their

labor has been added to their mother's and father's labor pools, respectively. The two

younger children's labor is minimal and is not examined here. All matrices used the

same inputs, quantities of those inputs, and were subjected to the same constraints

within the matrices themselves. With the exception of the last case, all matrices were

constrained in the optimizer or manipulated in the following ways in order to provide a

more realistic picture of what happened in each situation.

* Oxen, cows, and sows are integers.

* Because the boar does not produce anything and no consumption constraint relies

directly upon him, the optimizer was programmed to force one boar into the solution

both years.

* Dummy prices were used so that yearling piglets and yearling pigs would transfer to

the end (they are usually not sold).

* Yearling heifers and steers were sold the second year. In reality they would not be

sold until the third year because they are not fed grain. As a side note to this,

because of low fertility rates brought on by poor nutrition, the cows only calve every

two years and 10 percent of all calves die (hence the fractional amounts of calves in

the output tables).








The analysis is broken into four sections. Cash at the end of a two year period

was maximized in all cases. The first examines a traditional situation where the

farmer's cash crops are limited to cotton and tobacco. Input Table 1 demonstrates the

inputs and constraints put into the matrix which has not been included here due to its

size. In addition to the constraints described above, the matrix was prevented from

producing and selling corn and ka'a he'e, the two alternative cash crops considered

later in this paper. Output Table 1 shows the results of a two-year cash optimization.

In the first year 1.94 ha. of cotton is grown on capuera land and 1 ha. of black tobacco

is grown on rosado land. Year end income is $3180.22. In the second year, the

majority of cotton production shifts onto kokue land, with almost 3.5 ha. being

produced. Some cotton is grown again on capuera land and 2000 kg of black tobacco

are produced on rosado. Labor in the first year is constrained in the third quarter in the

case of the female and in the second as well. Male labor is not constrained the first

year but is in the third quarter due to the cotton harvest. Rosado land is the only type

of land constrained. All consumption constraints are met, but the family is not using all

available land or labor. Profit at the end of two years is $2561.57.

The second case examines what happens to the system if corn is introduced as

a cash crop. Again, the animal constraints appear in Output Table 2 and the matrix is

not allowed to produce ka'a he'e.

Maize is purchased by many feed mills, ranches and food processors and

requires few inputs (Input Table 2). If the multiple-outlet market fails, the maize can still

be consumed or fed to animals. With this cropping alternative, profit rises substantially

(Output Table 2) to $2847.88. White flint maize is grown and sold only in the first year,

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with cotton production expanding in the second year to 3.43 ha. versus 1.94 in the first.

Evidently corn is not profitable enough. One ha. of black tobacco is grown both years

because it produces more per ha. than burley tobacco. The woman's labor is

constraining again in the third quarter of the first and second years and the male's in

the third quarter of year 2. Both models are quite similar; only corn production in year 1

of Output Table 2 is different.

The third scenario adds ka'a he'e, a plant indigenous to Paraguay. Literally

translated as "sweet weed," ka'a he'e is a natural sweetener that, when refined,

produces a powder 300 times sweeter than sugar. Although its buyers are few and

located in Asuncion, ka'a he'e holds promise at the present because it is in high

demand for export to Asia and thus has a stable price which has climbed over time.

Because it is light and relatively little is produced per harvest, it can be easily

transported. At the present time it requires no inputs other than labor. What labor it

does require is substantially less than cotton or tobacco, and only about $100 is

needed to purchase seed for 1 ha. the first year. After that, should the farmer choose,

he can produce his own seed at no cost. Ka'a he'e is a perennial plant and produces

at its peak for three to five years.

Output Table 3 demonstrates its profitability: for the first time in any of the

matrices, less than 1 ha of cotton, overall, is grown. As characterized by the former

examples, tobacco is grown the first year but not the second. Female labor

requirements stay about the same while male labor is maximized in the first quarter of

years 1 and 2 and the third quarter of year 3. This is probably due to the fact that corn

production more than doubles in year 2 and ka'a he'e area is almost doubled. By the

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third year all ka'a he'e would reach its production maximum, and we can extrapolate

that cotton and/or tobacco production would decline further.

The final example is the same as above, only no constraints are placed into the

optimizer or matrix. Interestingly, less corn is grown in years 1 and 2 and no ka'a he'e

is planted in the second year, a notable difference. 1.23 ha. of cotton is grown in

capuera during the first year with production expanding to 2.01 ha. of kokue and .55 ha.

capuera cotton in year 2. 1 ha. of black tobacco is grown in rosado both years. Male

and female labor requirements change somewhat, the male's reflecting increased work

in cotton and tobacco production and the female's decreasing slightly to reflect less

time spent caring for animals, fractions of which are raised in this matrix. Referring to

pages 3 and 4 of the answer report attached to Dynamic Matrix 1, male labor is

constraining in the first quarter of year one and would remain a constraint unless he

had an additional 110 hours. A decrease of 87 hours would result in a change of the

production mix in this quarter because the year's production depends so completely

upon labor availability at this time. In year two the situation is less acute: an increase

of 37 hours would be necessary to eliminate the labor constraint and a 78 hour

decrease would change the year's income. Credit is a limiting factor in year 1 but not in

year 2 as enough income is generated and credit is no longer a necessity. Rosado and

capuera/kokue land are limiting in both years. In year one an extra $108 would be

generated if the family could cultivate 1.35 ha. more of capuera, and an extra $1241

would be generated if 1.08 ha. more of rosado were available. In year 2 an extra .70

ha. of rosado would provide the family with $1656 more. However, an interesting

situation arises with capuera and kokue land. In order to add $161 more to the family's

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income, an extra 4.4 ha. of capuera and kokue land would be needed. In this case 3 to

4 ha. of land would become kokuere, or permanent fallow. This family, though, simply

doesn't have an extra 4 ha. Because a good portion of any given Paraguayan farm's

land goes out of production after the farmer clears new land, it could be argued that

use of green manure crops, better crop rotation, and more intensive and improved

cropping methods could increase yields and reduce the necessity for large tracts of

land, a third or more of which is not cultivated. The fact that corn, for example, can

yield from 5,000-7,000 kg per ha. in Paraguay while the average yield is only 1200 kg

per ha, speaks to this point.

Milk consumption (production) is also binding. For example, an extra 365 liters

(one cow) in year 2 would not increase income substantially, but would improve the

family's nutrition. There is no milk in the latter part of the third quarter and throughout

the fourth when the cows are dry. More forage and a system with one cow being

milked for the first six months of the year and the other during the latter part of the year

would resolve this problem. Labor is not binding in the fourth quarter when the most

forage would have to be cut daily, sugarcane and Cameroon grass do not require much

time for management through the growing season and they can be harvested year-

round.

Looking at page 6 of the same answer report, it is interesting to note that any

increase in cotton (rosado) production or a .46 ha. decrease will result in an income

drop of $1255. A similar situation would arise if burley tobacco were produced on

rosado, although the increases and decreases in land areas required to bring about

change are larger. While this does not definitively demonstrate the profitability of

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raising ka'a he'e and corn in place of cotton and tobacco, it does indicate that they can

increase family income while spreading the risk involved with relying upon cotton and

tobacco as the sole sources of income. Moreover, this production mix can be achieved

within the family's labor and land constraints. Similar patterns are seen in year 1 on

page 5 of the answer report, although the amounts required to decrease year-end

income are larger because the ka'a he'e has not reached its full production capacity.

Looking at pages 1 and 2 of the answer report, an interesting pattern develops.

In year 1, income would only need to increase by relatively small amounts to justify

increased production of ka'a he'e and corn, while relatively large income changes

would be needed to increase cotton and tobacco production (with the exception of

capuera cotton in year 2). For example, income need only climb by $93.66 in year 1

and $3.94 in year 2 in order to change the production level of white flint corn. Looking

at ka'a he'e, a year 1 increase of $210.41 and a year 2 increase of the same amount

will change the production mix. In order to increase cotton production in year 1, income

would have to rise by $170.92 for kokue cotton, $1638.32 for capuera cotton and

$606.22 for rosado cotton. Year 1 black tobacco would never be grown regardless of

how much income increased. The exception in year 1 is burley tobacco, which would

only require an $84.80 increase in income to justify raising more. This shows that the

high-profit crops are favored in the matrix over those which have high input costs and

labor requirements. Except for black tobacco, cotton and burley tobacco in year 2

require lower income increases to justify raising their production, probably because so

much income is already being generated. It is notable that ka'a he'e planted in year 2








has a very low increment requirement, probably because it is quite profitable and

requires few inputs.

In year 1, however, income would not have to decrease very much in order to

affect the production levels of white flint corn, capuera cotton, or black tobacco which

would drop if income went down by $52.65, $64.81 and $84.80, respectively. In year 2

on page 2 of the answer report, income would have to drop $125.36 for white flint corn,

$1.33 and $167.98 for cotton grown in kokue and capuera, and $84.60 for black

tobacco before their production levels would drop. One notes that crops which are not

being grown presently would not be cultivated regardless of how much income

dropped, as in the cases of year 1 kokue and rosado cotton and burley tobacco, and

year 2 ka'a he'e, rosado-grown cotton, and burley tobacco. In these situations these

crops are simply not profitable enough to justify their production.

Recommendations

We can see from these models that although the traditional crops are somewhat

profitable, diversification into other crops would be more beneficial to the family's

economic well-being. Due to Paraguay's increasingly cash-driven economy, cash

crops are becoming more important as time goes on. This analysis suggests that

farmers should begin diversifying into corn and ka'a he'e and begin backing away from

cotton and tobacco. As this is a preliminary analysis, it would be necessary to carry

this final matrix out for another 5 to ten years to see what the results would be before

making a concrete recommendation.

Critique of Analysis








The extremely high amounts of year-end cash seems somewhat unrealistic. Part

of the problem is that this model is not based on hard data. It obviously contains some

inaccuracies. While the prices and production levels are most likely close to reality,

time required to complete the various tasks for crop production as well as the available

total labor pools for the male and female are probably not accurate. Additionally,

several issues need to be addressed with crop diversification which are not covered in

this analysis. Technical assistance for farmers is almost nonexistent, and is needed if

they branch into new crops such as ka'a he'e. Price variability is another question not

considered by this analysis-in the case of corn prices drop precipitously between

December and March when most corn is harvested. Farmers trying to sell individually

will most likely not obtain a profit for their labor unless they can store it. A possible

solution would be to feed the corn to livestock and sell cattle, chickens, or swine in

place of the grain.

In closing, the pattern that has developed throughout this analysis is one of

diversification into lower input, low risk crops. This is not to say that farmers should

immediately leave cotton and tobacco behind; one cannot deny the benefits of those

crops' marketing systems. Nevertheless, as labor shortages continue to grow as young

people leave the farm, low input, low cost crops will become more important and must

be considered more seriously in order for small farmers to survive without price

subsidization.







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harvest,
prune
suckers
M, MOK,


green
harvest,
dry
harvest
F, FOK,
M, MOK
cultivate
M


plot &
soil
prep.,
plant
I ,MOK,


M--male M'lOk= rnilO Older lkids
















CROP JAN
Cassav. harvest
hoe
F, FOK,
M, MOK


FEB
harvest
F, FOK


MAR
harvest
F, FOK


S'cane


L'stock: vet., feed, feed,
battle, feed, water, watei
chickns, water, milk milk
swine rrilk M, MOK, M, MI
M, MOK, F, FOK F, FC
Fi FOK
M=l male Mok= nale older ids


APRIL
harvest
F, FOK


harvest
M ,MOK


vet.,
feed,
water,
milk
M, MOK,
F, FOK
F= femile


Calendar of Activities

MAY JUNE JULY
harvest harvest harvest
cut seed F, F16 pidt &
F, FOK, soil
M, MOK prep.
F FOk,
M, MOK
harvest hIrvesti harvest
M, MOK plaht & plant
M ,MOK cutivate
In, MOK
feed, feed, v
water, wa er, feed,
milk rhilk water,
M,MO MOK i M K, milk
F, FOK F, FK M,MIK,
F, F OK
FK= female older kids


Figure 5


AUG
harvest
plant
F, Fdk,
M, MOK


harvest
& plaht
cultiyate
M, MOK
feed,
water,
milk
Mi MOK,
F, FOK


SEP
harvest
hoe
F, FOk,
M, MOK


plant
cultivate
M, MOK

feed,
Wqter,
milk
M, M9K,
F, POK


OCT
harvest
F, FbK


cultiaite
M


vet.
feed,
water,
milk
M, OK,
F, bRk


NOV
harvest
hoe
, Fok,
MMOK


fted,
water,
milk

i, M0K


DEC
harvest
F, =OK


feed,
waier,
milk
M, MOK,
F, 06k


KK







PAAMMWMATRIXCOTToNN4DTCBACCOABCAMHCROPS
MWPI TALE 1
*Mldoor la I sk(~ r Inhdd. Fmlbabr is bI upon aidmbe 5 a lung to hen oldet dauglrs horme fm bnchodald is able to c oun .b
enTkm =*t*,m 'W i bva Gwiam l,, - Al k


1 CF PER C EVEMRY2YEARS WIMB 10DEAO RATE


SILL IPC MAN MAeWTAIM ImArN lXutAR-Cm JSAICANE IUOARCANK MMUML.K AIMaMULK HEIFER BULL
CATTLE ,ICU CATTLE Y*ies O COWS YEARNOS PROUCTIOONCIPPTION CALVEB CALV8
OTRm us 2s AS


OTk s 21 j -
TOTAL ,_"042 52,1 too, GM, 0 316 .j -0.2 4 1


COTTON COTTON COTONZ ACK TOBLUA.YTB. KA~AIE KIAHEAE SUMO
(OMulCAPUEA O =4O OADD IBA OADO EAM YEAR2 CAME
Btms -Me
12 -2000 -1200 -200 200
S170 4 0 -275 27
OTB,.400 0


TOraM oMove neTrs
COTTON COTTTN TN ACKTOB. UtL.EYTOB. KMA'AE TOTAL. PM
ROME CAPIWA ROADO RoDADO ROADTD /COI
oTRm 41 414 41t 16M 36.06 104 194 COTTON I SLACK A
Om Sim sin 1 1.7 lam 0 17 TOB. 1. ILNT


0bTOTAL P16 6 0slI- 6-.0 0A 0 s 10M 664.74


aea -ieoo .iM -*o -42W -4o -6000
-27 -00 -200 600 M-200 .1-4001


m ~mm ms
POIMUesPIosw -4


= MTSPSO -42 0012ORNIATHKATS


ao Msouwnm t2

IC MS 16.2'i
EOIMPRODIN@PItHR 049
CHMaIUMN ____


NmE OTRI 24 Is 15 I 41 y 113 111 72 112 112 a S 16 = 5 I 15 1s 0 0 o70723 72 UOTR I
PIiaOTR 46 0 0 0 0 o o o o 0 0 W 66 R OlI
riwaQi, 1a If to 11 11 72 2la "1 us 1. w 116.s 0 SS oaMMSjSA M QtMSI
ASOTRm2 24 24 246 4 0 42 701 70. 462 1121 0.1 101 1n 0 24.3 1M .1 0 0 6260M U52 UROT R
,BROTR2 46 2 2 2 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37. 0 0 0 M631M 10 0aRQTR2
rLaRQR2 4 M 0 M 0 42 700 702S 483 1121 8.1 11 1M u 24U 4. 8.1 0 2R1010" lo rAIRQTR2
rtaemR 46 2 2 2 6 24 10 7. 4. h0 m.i 1 0 20 48 1 0 42M1MS 1MB ruROTR2
AMRa'R3 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 213 371.75 0 a 101 1M 1 0 282 84 84 0 0 $11071" 762 MROTRI
4LMOTR3 46 2 2 2 0 0 43 718 .36 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.3 0 0 0 120210 12 FLBRQR0S
rLaIR S 2 2 2 0 0 an u 471 0 1ff w 0 M2 4.8 4 0 0 64400021 V ruReQi
.BROTR4 44 41 4 46 42 0 32 20 064 1021 t1.s 64 I4 0 W.7 I9s3 11J 0 0 3MM14 744 i.BROTR4
q6810RT4 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 a it 6a 420M 01 RjBRT1R4
rL QTA 9 4 4 4 4a 0 B a S in IOU o 4 0 7 a fRS I 0 37171644JI M TLARQTM4
TOTAL 27 S9 M 4 N 01 112 413I M 3 3127 23.26 722 1.1 7.7 o 11 3353 TOTAL
OXEN N t I W! 1


M 84 61 84 44 164 is& #


f
3


r








PARAOW Y MATRIX COTTON TOBACCO AND COM AS CAEH CROPS
Wtfr TA.5E 2
Tn*Mrel aotrhon t bow hld. Fw "makedl fbora bakk Om Al rponli r e wtolaugirhom t om cani aIb le oca yi rbln.
omw fmaIi mo m iD E .1LOWFLW MB PMAl iT8 COTIFTON COOtN COTTO BILACKO.S ino PWT tR l TM I OM OXEN CATTLE IW M oT TOTAL
cua5nLanH -_ 0- -W ..... .M NOSPO MASHil .A ASE. CANA AMI 0. PIS LT. LE PI.S L- &PAMS

81 24 OTRt 1t 18 41 67 113 113 72 112 112 S25 1M Ia M 18 1t 0 0 O62MS01. 732 LoR QTR
LaROR 46 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37S 0 0 0 35812 0S LOR TR 1
TBRT I o f i a 18 a 4 7 iff 11 72 112 112 3m S a8 aS 57.4 1 0 0 6216197.1 8n8 TLwRQTR
ilBROTR2 24 24 24 24 0 46.2 70.4 70 46.5 112. m.1 181 19 0 24. 8.1 8.1 0 0 3122710 02 0LBROTR2
8ROT2 45 2 2 2 0 2A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 0 30M02.7 100 FLBRTR2
TLMQ 12 a 26 28 a 0 48 70Ms 70 4.3 H11S S 1W1 186 IS 24 4" &1 0 0 42135 21 100R rTRQU 2
LBROTR3 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 271 371.7 0 0 t11 11 0 25.2 84 4 0 0 62974M.M 712 ML8RQTR3
FLROTR3 46 2 2 2 0 0 43 73 .2s 0 0 0 0 9 0 31A 0 0 0 133M24SA 120 FBROTR3
TLRQOI R 45 2 2 2 0 0 a204 471 0 0 6 1 158 0 252 417 &4 0 0 01119.7 *72 TiLRQTRS
URBaTR4 44 46 46 49 42 0 32 20 84 o 102. 102I 64 64 0 8.7 lls 1"0 0 0 3466271 744 LBROTR4
0R 8TR4 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 M3.1 0 11 SS 4311494 0L.BROTR4
TLARQ7SM a 4 48 46 42 0 2 4 5 102IS f1.s M4 a4 0 7 M 1f 1 0 3067334.9 S4 T.LRQM
TOTAL 272 1 4 5 S1 11 41M MM 5.5 37 161 722 4 1.1 7OJ o1 11 a 2165162 1603 TO1.
**asM B 3 36 3 8 44 Gi8l a 461- 26 201 a 0 01 01 - --1 a aa
14A t GooSe 4921 a


* CALF PER COW EVERtY2 YEARS WI I 10% DEAT ---E
ANWAAL OATL5ft00GUOIGH I

I SaL PRI uAS i UAWATAO ~AN 666541*14KXMBrg& SWAROME M JXIAc A166.*L* H6U K"IL
I CATTLE W. CATTLE y ImS OXEN C" YEAUJLNO S PRODUOWTIO CO@64WNTIO CALVES CALVES
10781 628 2*3 2*6



ITOTAL 1 $0.12 6 5.20 1=00 40D, 301 46 ml .m es


COTTON COTTON COTTONBLACKITOBULtEYTOB. KNAHIEE KAHEE SUWAM.
0onqCAPUEA tROADO RM0A4O R0 ADO YEAR1 YBAR2 CI6E
20o10 -1200 -200 -20
T 12m -1700 -2600 27 *275
,-s640000


T@TAL UCTIOCOTSI __ ______
COTTON TTN COTT CT O O T LACKTB. I.L.EYTOB. KA'AH"E TOTAL P100 ()
KOA CAPlt4 A R0IDA0 0400D RO8400 COST
OTRm 41* 41* 41t.6 36M6 5 104 1 COTT B LACKI ao .fEY rAtON
OTR2 S16 3S1 31.3 16.7 1" .7 0 12. TOB. ITOB. FLIT
TOTA0 71.6M 15M 71.4 0 0 0 2 14.7i4 -A2 -0.10
OTaim a *A 0 0 0 19.,74
TOTAfL Isi.4ia s 4181 M 161.0 my WAS 106 IO*


wmnalmWnnr NT OEM*~m PEANUT
-8000 -= 4100 .120 120 400 40
-2667 .20 0 4W .60 -20 -6 001


001ILVI0 40

PIGES PER lOW -4.2 WSPEAMA1I~T3


AIMOEMP00-0
EWOON1LAWTl01 424
CO14MOHMI(INS -2
MAfS 162
m0800DUC1IG4*EmHW -104
04OKPERI-W 4







Pf IAYMATPIX3, M .L CAHCOPSWm N MEGERCOMNSTRA



_MM_ MM C OAl NO= MADO KNAE KAWF ____ a ns __ P Fo -loltw

I 031 34 18 1 18i 41 67 113 Mti 72 M12 112 3 2 M in 1"4 19 0 0 34 wIiS 7m2 ARORi
ROT1 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I37 0 0 1 707* FlR OTR1
TABRQRsm a is 11 4t 0 ? Il t 2 7 12 1 fa1 8 a W ASS 4A If& a 0 3709 17 1 rTSI.0m
IROTA2 24 24 24 3 0 462 70 7T0 401 1124 m1 161 in 0 24.3 8.1 .1 0 0 22MM0 a2 JaROTaR
rLJROTR2 40 2 2 2 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 74 0 0 0 22303 1n FIOTR2
0IRMQIR2 6 2 0 w 0u 4s 7. 4. if2.8 .1 lrt 1m m 2 9asf 0 0 2577r74m 1m TLRQTRAR
JaOIR 0 0 0 0 0 4 I1 Z7 S71.3 0 0 161 t 0 202 M4 *A 0 0 S1 I7. 702 tROmR
3ROTR3 46 2 2 2 0 0 43 73S .2m 0 0 0 0 0 0 3M 0 0 0 76nm 120 .RmOTR3
r ARQ@R 2 2 2 0 0 o M31 471 0 0 ft 191 0 a" 4 &4 O 0 3MM726 M FLTEOR
IO*R4 44 40 46 49 42 0 32 a IN 1024S 1S 64 4M M 0 Y.7 1t. It* 0 0 2001to 744 0BRQTR4
0ROQTR4 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 3 0 t 611 1 201 M LAlRQT@R4
r/LWm 4I 48 48 46 42 0 32 sW S4 I 11. S s o 0 S7 M I f1f 0 23 0014.1 -M rLTRMQ
ITOTMAL M e 4 M f II 11 41f1* 3S 0WA M3v S2 1m MS I16. 2W.? J 11 8 13t44WJ 2m TOTAL
a-im--- j M 3 46 34 61 -4 i44 14 1.iS 2. 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 431 9 sWI


COTTON COTTON COTTONLA.CKTIIOB EYTOB. KAAHE KNAIE ASUAR-
BM M CACtWA ODADDO MROMD 00 YEARI = AR C2

4200 -120B -00 *-3
-1254 -1700 -2600 -276 -M27
7m0 _-aem


T@InLMenUOnIO0csiO
COTTON COTTON COTTON 0 LAKTOI 0URLtEYC XANAEIS TOTAL. B

OTRm 41* 41A 41* 3.0 36U 404 1 COTTN ACK
aF 31.3 8.30 1t I0i 1 .7 1.7 12.7 7. UT. | FLT
Orms 71,, 71,4,0 0 0 0 2?474 _-am 14 44
am 6A SAS S a 0 0 19.74
TOTAL M114 151 1t61 s0 3 GOA 104 64
Ia uc u I o


mWeIOCAV rM 0T IMr4TEa T YLWFLNT BM PMJUT
.E. -1008 .4 00 .-12 -1200 400 41
S .CONSTrPA -200 -o200 100


ONllM, PIM 4
IN6MOCA 32

PNl, PmBOW 44. poDEARAT7M


IoocANMalPIcT ON
CONRIMCHXalBa .24
MAIZE 10.2
mAPOUCTIONPERH 4-104
CHCM=sWtHW_


1 CALF PER COW EVERY YEARBMWH 1091DEATH - - --RATE





armss a o
Im.L IffICU 4I7I26 Wm- I IUuAIINN CIiIEISIAI1 4 A 741L..IK I1P6 3 UlL

I@Tm L26j 2*6 264 II I


T21 --.-
,TOTALr. eA2 es s 12001_ e0 _ ,* 31 -02s .0=1_







PAMMY DVcMA W TM 1,. MALCAMIH OW P NIIO Tfll gaCOM1uM
PWTTMALE4
tide wr tin1 tYn labor ivuhi. Fem* ori bmsrd uponl t itbe arLenl g ~ n lst dah~ i horn k. school nd is dlel to, f youa. illipg
....t644bm4 F I Mbw*J.mmist alp.Ow
WTireaYabitaWi bowls Pim for Re. ob m aAs f mI wX3 v fw boo e.rhb r -mn -aum.
I NO rEaR MEE MEASWEAUT C--TON COTTW COTTON HIACKTOO. K.EHTOLO RAPL ANTS 0ATI MUS.ul PIGS -EAMg TOTAL TOTA
a- -..... I- m .Rm.. I ..VoD I lC-a -l I-HI -A I TOT L ,-E
aOTRlt 24 a1 Is 1 41 67 11 113 7n 112 112 328 in 0s 1 .6 0 0 57302 72 ROUITRI
aROl 46 0 0 0 8 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a0 I7 0 0 0 W744 .a FLRBGrR
LetRQTR 9 I8 s 8 is 87 11a 11 72 ff2 f112 m 184 8 aO 8d .8 0 61 2M84.2 826 TAIRQiOR
NB G1R2 24 24 24 0 462 70 70. 46.2 112.5 4.1 181 t6 0 243 6.1 .1 0 0 31MMg7U2 M MJOTR
amR 2 46 2 2 2 0 2. 0 a 0 a 0 0 a 0 0 $7.6 0 0 0 A 42334 0 FBR OTR2
rLNiQTR2 N IS 0 48 70.S msS M4.S 124 MOi 1t m i a M 0 0& 42042122 1f TrIR Qm
IOOTR5 0 0 0 0 0 m1 273 371.75 0 0 ti 1 i8 0 262 8 4 4B 0 0 22M3700 752 1LR1R07
IRTR3 46 2 2 2 0 0 43 7S I02 0 0 0 0 0 0 its 0 0 0 181604 120 FLBRAl TR
TLSRQYRS 45 2 2 2 a 0 am4 $ 4r7 0 0 18f Io1 0 22 4M. 8.4 0 0 267474 872 TIARQmR
.OTrR4 44 48 48 40 42 a 32 20 4 102" SMU M 64 0 6.7 1t. 139 0 0 3407142 744 M .LBQTR4
1O64 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30.1t 0 I 4372 8610.8 RATR4
rL TR4 a 8 48 4 a 42 0 a 20 n.o 1MS f M 4 S o7 o lag ft a 011846 5 FLROM
TOTl 2M2 N 6 1 4I. M6. 23 32 32.6 72 8 3.7 1 0 743S SM TOTM1
OyXN I 3SO 36 36. 8 21 64 44 1A6 12 26 2J s 00 0 O 0P O 431 -.i16 axm
- -- S -


COTTON COTTON COTONBLACKTOBrW.MEYT0. KAH'AE %AFWEM SUGAR.
C ICAPUt tDOSADO 1aMAO O S -ADO VMWS YE- 2 C2 N
0 -20
-14 2000 1200 -260
294 700 -00 -275 -275


TOTAL PUSNIIGICODSTS
COTTON COTTON COTTON ACKTO BULEY. IKAALEY .TOTAL KAAIE
KOWE C6APU0 ERA aO a6 10040100 _OADS_ COST _
OTR1 412 4M1 412 352 16. 6 10 14ACK 1
aOm2 31M S16 31* 16.73 IS67 0 125.7 TOB. TO FLIHT
aen 71M6 712 71. 0 0 0 21434 -04211 -1 .1-211 -. 1m
OTR 4 (m 4 *0 0 0 0 1o.74
TOMTAN. 161 MN 114 1,614 S602 602 Gt10 664.7


IIIANI)OCAV"4 DEUT 60476 6.HT VIIUW6.JT BEM PEANUTS
010410m -10000 -1260 -1200 -1260 -4 -601
111 -07 0 400 -00 -100 1


I~uumm
NAM6300 30
PIQUETS~lta-4.2 001503A1N3ATE)


AMOK PROMOTO
300003N861OM .424
00461320340130N -44
I&IME 162
emGoP325nTI0patIm -164
04GI16035I*4 .


*O CALFPERCOWEVEBRY2YEARSWITH10% DEATHRE
AUK- CAT-II -p-M -

08LL PRICE MruA4TI MANNAN MA I NrM MuR BUMcANS UlANIIE NWA IE I.MIL 4M .MK !HEIFMR BULL
CATTLE mBN(T'tM CATTLE YRIN am COMW YENS PIUCION CONSUllPTON CALVES CALVES
OTRt s2 2zo 2.1


QTR 62 212 21
par.& 1 102 .2 6.2:: : 0 12 00 10 -3400 *.6 -0-226 -0.225









PARAGUAY DYNAMIC MATRIX 1, ALL CASH CROPS WITH NO INTEGER CONSTRAINTS


VARIABLES >>
AMUSEDD>
CONSTRAINTS
YRI KOKUERE
KOKUEFCAPUERA
ROSADO
MLBR QTR 1
FLBR QTR 1
MLBR QTR 2
FLBR QTR 2
MLBR QTR 3
FLBR QTR 3
MLBR QTR 4
FLBR QTR 4
YEARLY CREDIT & COSTS
CREDIT LIMIT
WHTONT CONS (kg)
WHTFLNT CONS (])
WHTFLNTACCT
YLWFLNTCONS (kg)
BEAN CONS (kg)
PNiT CONS (kg)
SCANE CONS
MAND CONS
MILK CONSUMPTION
KAA HEE ACCT QTR2
KAAIE'E ACCT QTR3
BLKTBROS ACCT
BLYTBROS ACCT
KOKCOTACCT
CAPCOTACCT
ROSCOTACCT
BUEYES (hours)
BULL CALF ACCT
HEIFER CALF ACCT
OXEN BEG
COWS BEG
BOAR BEG
SOWS BEG
PIGLET ACCT
CHICKENS BEG
PULLET ACCT
CHICKEN CONS
EGGCONS
PIGLET CNS
CASH QTR2
CASH QTR3
CASH QTR4
CASH END YR 1


YR1
PROD PROD SELL TRANS PROD S-KAA HEE S-KAA HE'E MAINTAIN
MAND WHITE DENT WHITE FLINT WHTE FLINTWHITE FLINTYLW FLINT BEANS PNUTS CREDIT KAA HEE QTR2 QTR3 CTNKOKS-CTNKOK CTNCAP S-CTNCAP CTNROS S-CTNROS BLKTBROSS-BLKTBROSRLBRLYTBRO-BRLYTBROS SCANE OXTEAM


0.17 1.60 1723.93 200.00 0.88 0.50 0.20 .380.00


0 0 0 0
1 1 1 0
0 0 0 0
18 41 67 0
0 8 0 0
24 0 45.2 0
2 0 2.8 0
0 0 0 0
2 0 0 0
48 42 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 -1
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
-1200 0 0 0
0 -400 0 0
0 0 -500 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
35 35 34 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 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 -1.18


1.12 224.04 308.08 0.00 0.00 1.23 2097.31 0.00


0 0
0 1
0 0
0 113
0 0
0 70.5
0 0
0 161
0 43
0 32
0 0
0 151.04
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 -1284
0 0
0 0
0 51
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 1
0 0
0 113
0 0
0 70.5
0 0
0 273
0 73
0 20
0 0
0 151.04
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
1 0
0 -1700
0 0
0 64
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 -0.421 0 -0.4:
0 0 0
0 0 0


0 0
0 0
0 1
0 72
0 0
0 48.3
0 0
0 371.75
0 88.25
0 84.5
0 0
0 151.04
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
1 0
0 -2500
0 44
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
21 0
0 0
0 0


0.00 1.00 2000.00 0.00


0 0
0 0
0 1
0 112
0 0
0 112.5
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 102.5
0 0
0 50.83
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 -2000
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
0 16.5
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
o 0
21 0
0 0
0 0


0.00 0.02 0.15

0 1 1
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 8 58.9
0 0 0
0 0 24.3
0 0 0
0 0 25.2
0 0 0
0 0 58.7
0 0 0
0 0 10.52
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 -40000 1200
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 0 6
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 8 -1952
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 6 -1
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
-1.421 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0











TRN BULL TRN HEIFER TRN PIGS PROD T-PULLETS PROD PROD
T OXENCOWS T COWS CALVES CALVES BOAR SOWSTRN BOARTRN SOWSCNSUMPT'NTRN PIGLETS CHICKENS T-CHICKENST-PULLETS CONS TRNLBR 1 TRNLBR2 TRNLBR 3TRNLBR4TCSH 1-2TCSH 2-3TCSH 3-4 T CSH-E MAND WHTE DENTWHTE FLINT
0.15 0.90 0.90 0.20 0.20 0.00 0.95 0.00 0.95 4.00 0.00 6.00 6.00 0.00 24.00 0.00 0.00 23.18 0.00 0.00 2419.81 3789.51 3789.51 0.30 0.17 1.39

0 0.5 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 19.6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 37.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 8.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 37.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 8.4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 38.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 19.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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SELL TRANS PROD NEWYR2 YR 1 S-KA'A HEE S-KAA HE'E S-KAA HEEMAINTAIN TRN BULLTRN HEIFER
WHITE FLINTWHITE FLINT YLW FLINT BEANS PNUTS CREDIT KA'A HEE KA'A HE'E QTR 1 QTR 2 QTR3 CTNKOK-CTNKOKCTNCAPS-CTNCAPCTNROSS-CTNROSBLKTBROSS-BLKTBROSBRLYTBROSS-BRLYTBROSS'CANE OX TEAM COWS CALVES CALVES
1470.89 200.00 0.88 0.50 0.20 0.00 0.00 1.12 336.06 324.86 308.06 2.01 2602.99 0.55 940.43 0.00 0.00 1.00 2000.00 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.15 0.90 0.20 0.20


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YRLG STRS YRLG STRS YRLG HEIF YRLG HEIF BOAR SOWS CNSUMPTNPIGLETS YRLG PIGS CHICKENS T-PULLETS CONS TRNLBR 1 TRNLBR 2 TRNLBR 3 TRNLBR 4 T CSH 1-2 T CSH 2-3 T CSH 3-4 T CSH -E RHS


0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.00 0.95 4.00 0.00 0.00 6.00


0.00 24.00 0.00 0.00 59.57 0.00 4320.49 6859.11 8837.62 8891.35


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0 0 0 <= 93 51.362452 FLBR QTR I
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0 0 0 <= 744 375.84386 MLBR QTR 4
0 0 0 <= 96 58.109013 FLBR QTR 4
0 0 0 <= 0 1.304E-13 YRLYCREDIT & COSTS
0 0 0 <= 360 360 CREDIT LIMIT
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0 0 0 <= 0 3.553E-15 WHTFLNTACCT
0 0 0 <= -600 -600 YLWFLNT CONS (kg)
0 0 0 <= -200 -200 BEAN CONS (k)
0 0 0 <= -100 -100 PNUTCONS(kg)
0 0 0 <= 0 4.552E-12 SCANECONS
0 0 0 <= -2607 -2607 MAND CONS
0 0 0<= -365 -365 MILKCONSUMPTION
0 0 0 <= 0 2.558E-13 KAAHEEACCTQTR2
0 0 0 <= 0 6.359E-13 KA'AHE'EACCTQTR3
0 0 0 <= 0 2.114E-13 BLKTBROSACCT
0 0 0 <= 0 3.166E-14 BLYTBROSACCT
0 0 0 <= 0 -3.533E-12 KOKCOTACCT
0 0 0 <= 0 -3.331E-13 CAPCOTACCT
0 0 0 <= 0 -1.172E-12 ROSCOTACCT
0 0 0 <= 0 -51.681826 BUEYES(hars)
0 0 0 <= 0 -1.137E-15 BULLCALFACCT
0 0 0<= 0 -1.137E-15 HEIFERCALFACCT
0 0 0 <= 0 2.22E-16 OXEN BEG,
0 0 0 <= 0 0 COWS BEG
0 0 0 <= 0 0 BOAR BEG
0 0 0 <= 0 4.996E-15 SOWSBEG
0 0 0 <= 0 2.413E-14 PIGLETACCT
0 0 0 <= 0 0 CHICKENS BEG
0 0 0 <= 0 -12 PULLETACCT
0 0 0 <= -24 -24 CHICKEN CONS
0 0 0 <= -624 -624 EGG CONS
0 0 0 <= -4 -4 PIGLET CNS
0 0 0 = 0 -7.776E-13 CASH QTR2
0 0 0 = 0 -1.669E-12 CASH QTR3
0 0 0 = 0 -9.095E-13 CASH QTR4
0 0 0 >= 0 3364.7094 CASH END YR 1









YR2 KOKUERE
KOKUE/CAPUERA
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FLBR QTR 4
YEARLY CREDIT & COSTS
CREDIT LIMIT
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BEAN CONS (kg)
PNUT CONS (kg)
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KAA HEE ACCT QTR1
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KAA HE'E ACCT QTRI
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BLYTBROS ACCT
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BUEYES (hours)
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HEIFER CALF ACCT
BEG YRLNG STEERS
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YRLNG STEERS END
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BOAR END
SOWS END
PIGLETS END
YRLG PIGS END
PULLETS END
CHICKENS END
COWS END
OXEN END
BULL CALVES END
HEIFER CALVES END
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T OXENCOWST COWS CALVES CALVES BOAR SOWSTRN BOARTRN SOWSCNSUMPTNTRN PIGLETSCHICKENS T-CHICKENST-PULLETS CONS TRNLBR 1 TRNLBR 2 TRNLBR 3TRNLBR 4T CSH 1-2T CSH 2-3T CSH 3-4T CSH-E MAND IVHTE DENTWHTE FLINT

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SELL TRANS PROD NEWYR2 YR 1 S-KA'AHE'ESKAAHEES-KA'AHE'E
WHTE FLINTWHITE FLINTYLW FLINT BEANS PNUTSCREDIT KA'A HE'EKA'A HE'E QTR 1 QTR 2 QTR 3 CTNKOK3-CTNKOKCTNCAPS-CTNCAPCTNROSS-CTNROSBLKTBROS-BLKTBROSBRLYTBROS-BRLYT


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MAINTAIN TRN BULLTRN HEIFER
BROSS'CANE OX TEAM COWS CALVES CALVES









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MAINTAIN TRANS MAINTAIN TRNS TRN PIGS TRN MAINTAIN PROD
YRLG STRSYRLGSTRSYRLG HEIFYRLG HEIF BOAR SOWs NSUMPT'NPIGLETSYRLG PIGS CHICKENS T-PULLETS


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0 0
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0 0
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T-PULLETS


CONS TRNLBR 1TRNLBR 2TRNLBR3TRNLBR 4TCSH 1-2 TCSH 2-3 TCSH:


0 0 <= 3 0.70603367 KOKUERE YR2
0 0 <= 6 6 KOKUE/CAPUERA
0 0<= 1 1 ROSADO
0 0 <= 0 1.776E-15 KA AHE'ELAND
0 0 <= 732 732 MLBR QTR 1
0 0 <= 93 51.3624524 FLBROTR1
0 0 < 892 589.493947 MLBR QTR 2
0 0 <= 160 52.5316013 FLBRQTR2
0 0 <= 752 752 MLBR QTR 3
0 0 <= 120 120 FLBRQTR3
0 0 <= 744 424.553362 MLBROTR4
0 0 <= 96 58.1090132 FLBRQTR 4
0 0 <= 1000 446.676221 YEARLY CREDIT & COSTS
0 0 <= 360 0 CREDIT LIMIT
0 0 <= -200 -200 WHTDNT CONS (kg)
0 0 = -200 -200 WHTFLNTCONS(kg)
0 0 <= 0 6.04E-14 WHTFLNTACCT
0 0 <= -600 -600 YLWFLNTCONS (kg)
0 0 <= -200 -200 BEAN CONS (kg)
0 0 <= -100 -100 PNUTCONS(kg)
0 0 <= 0 -1.155E-12 'CANECONS
0 0 <= -2607 -2607 MAND CONS
0 0 <= -365 -365 MILKCONSUMPTION
0 0 <= 0 -2.629E-13 KA'AHEEACCTQTR1
0 0 <= 0 6.04E-14 KA'AHEE ACCTQTR2
0 0 <= 0 -2.505E-13 KA'A HEE ACCT QTR3
0 0 <= 0 -2.274E-13 BLKTBROSACCT
0 0 <= 0 2.274E-13 BLYTBROSACCT
0 0 <= 0 2.673E-13 KOKCOT ACCT
0 0 <= 0 -3.944E-13 CAPCOTACCT
0 0 <= 0 O ROSCOT ACCT
0 0 <= 0 -1.133E-13 BUEYES hours )
0 0 <= 0 -1.536E-14 BULL CALF ACCT
S 0 <= 0 4.773E-17 HEIFER CALF ACCT
0 0 <= 0 -2.22E-16 BEG YRLNG STEERS
0 0 <= 0 -2.22E-16 BEG YRLNG HEIFERS
0 0 <= 0 0 OXEN BEG
0 0 <= 0 -1.81E-14 COWSBEG
0 0 <= 0 1.166E-15 YRLNG STEERS END
0 0 <= 0 1.166E-15 YRLNG HEIFERS END
0 0 <= 0 0 BOAR BEG
0 0 <= 0 3.331E-16 SOWS BEG
0 0 <= 0 -4.441E-15 BEG YRLG PIGS
0 0 <= 0 -1.833E-14 PIGLETACCT
0 0 <= 0 -1.776E-15 CHICKENS BEG
0 0 <= 0 -12 PULLET ACCT
0 0 <= -24 -24 CHICKEN CONS
0 0 <= -624 -624 EGG CONS
0 0 <= -4 -4 PIGLET CNS
0 0 = 0 1.461E-12 CASH QTR1
0 0 = 0 -5.969E-13 CASH QTR2
1 0 = 0 -2.401E-13 CASH QTR3
-1 1 = 0 -8.206E-13 CASH QTR4
0 0 >= 0 0 BOAR END
0 0 >= 0 0.95238095 SOWS END
0 0 >= 0 7.143E-16 PIGLETS END
0 0 >= 0 1.635E-14 YRLG PIGS END
0 0 >= 0 6 PULLETS END
0 0 >= 0 6 CHICKENS END
0 0 >= 0 0.90123457 COWSEND
0 0 >= 0 0.15098583 OXEN END
0 0 >= 0 0.20277778 BULL CALVES END
0 0 >= 0 0.20277778 HEIFER CALVES END
0 1 >= 0 8918.11832 CASH ENDYR
4460.19166 T-CASH LESS YRI&2 LIVING COSTS
3-4T CSH -E AND DUMMY END YEAR 2 ANIMAL VALUES.










PARAGUAY DYNAMIC MATRIX 1, ALL CASH CROPS WITH NO INTEGER CONSTRAINTS


Answer Report
Solution Cell
A:CWI 16


Variable Cells
MAND A:C5..C5
PROD WHTE DENT A:D5..D5
PROD WHTE FLINT A:E5..E5
SELL WHTE FLINT A:F5..F5
TRANS WHITE FLINT A:G5..G5
PROD YLW FLINT A:H5..H5
BEANS A:15..15
PNUTS A:J5..J5
CREDIT A:K5..K5
KA'A HE'E A:L5..L5
S-KA'A HE'E QTR 2 A:M5..M5
S-KA'A HE'E QTR 3 A:N5..N5
CTNKOK A:O5..O5
S-CTNKOK A:P5..P5
CTNCAP A:Q5..Q5
S-CTNCAP A:R5..R5
CTNROS A:S5..S5
S-CTNROS A:T5..T5
BLKTBROS A:U5..U5
S-BLKTBROS A:V5..V5
BRLYTBROS A:W5..W5
S-BRLYTBROS A:X5..X5
S'CANE A:Y5..Y5
MAINTAIN OX TEAM A:Z5..Z5
T OXEN A:AA5..AA5
COWS A:AB5..AB5
T COWS A:AC5..AC5
TRN BULL CALVES A:AD5..AD5
TRN HEIFER CALVES A:AE5..AE5
BOAR A:AF5..AF5
SOWS A:AG5.AG5
TRN BOAR A:AH5..AH5
TRN SOWS A:A15..AI5
TRN PIGS CNSUMPTN A:AJ5..AJ5
TRN PIGLETS A:AK<5.AK5
PROD CHICKENS A:AL5..AL5
T-CHICKENS A:AM5..AM5
T-PULLETS A:AN5..AN5
T-PULLETS CONS A:AO5..AO5
TRNLBR 1 A:AP5..AP5
TRNLBR 2 A:AQ5..AQ5
TRNLBR 3 A:AR5..AR5
TRNLBR 4 A:AS5..AS5
T CSH 1-2 A:AT5..AT5
T CSH 2-3 A:AU5..AU5
T CSH 3-4 A:AV5..AV5
T CSH -E A:AW5..AW5


Starting Final
0 8918.1183


Starting
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Final
0.2954619
0.1666667
1.6032724
1723.9269
200
0.8806825
0.5
0.2
360
1.1202043
224.04086
308.05618
2.73E-15
0
1.2337122
2097.3107
4.689E-16
0
1
2000
0
3.166E-14
0.0180481
0.1509858
0.1509858
0.9012346
0.9012346
0.2027778
0.2027778
0
0.952381
0
0.952381
4
2.079E-14
6
6
0
24
0
0
23.175302
0
0
2419.8129
3789.5094
3789.5094


Gradient Increment
0 219.8793208
0 192
0 93.66706881
0 0.078055891
0 0.16
0 58.96118672
0 298.8707296
0 419.6811196
0 Infinite
0 210.410503
0 1.052052515
0 0.765129102
0 170.926
0 0.13209119
0 1638.322395
0 0.963719056
0 606.226185
0 0.242490474
0 Infinite
0 Infinite
0 84.8
0 0.070666667
0 37.17267901
0 280.9435192
0 280.9435192
0 49.61253468
0 49.61253468
0 220.5001541
0 220.5001541
0 66.42569521
0 17.93098596
0 66.42559521
0 17.93098596
0 11.54633553
0 4.269282372
0 2.912
0 2.912
0 0
0 0
0 4.646563461
0 3.6996E-16
0 0
0 6.9291E-16
0 0
0 0.281560113
0 11.88733419
0 11.88733419


Decrement
Infinite
Infinite
52.6528205
0.04387735
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
0.54473928
734.535134
1.58
1.58
Infinite
Infinite
64.8141688
0.03812598
Infinite
Infinite
84.8
0.0424
Infinite
1.421
31431.7642
942.952926
942.952926
Infinite
0
99.7396182
99.7396182
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
11.5463355
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
0.90502265
Infinite
Infinite
0.27338663
0.18430842
0.18430842


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PARAGUAY DYNAMIC MATRIX 1, ALL CASH CROPS WITH NO INTEGER CONSTRAINTS


Variable Cells
MAND A:AX5..AX5
PROD WHTE DENT A:AY5..AY5
PROD WHTE FLINT A:AZ5..AZ5
SELL WHTE FLINT A:BA5..BA5
TRANS WHITE FLINT A:BB5..BB5
PROD YLW FLINT A:BC5..BC5
BEANS A:BD5..BD5
PNUTS A:BE5..BE5
CREDIT A:BF5..BF5
NEW YR 2 KA'A HE'E A:BG5..BG5
YR 1 KA'A HE'E A:BH5..BH5
S-KA'A HE'E QTR 1 A:B15..BI5
S-KA'A HE'E QTR 2 A:BJS..BJ5
S-KA'A HE'E QTR 3 A:BKS..BK5
CTNKOK A:BL5..BL5
S-CTNKOK A:BM5..BM5
CTNCAP A:BN5..BN5
S-CTNCAP A:BO5..B05
CTNROS A:BP5..BP5
S-CTNROS A:BQ5..BQ5
BLKTBROS A:BR5..BR5
S-BLKTBROS A:BS5..BS5
BRLYTBROS A:BT5..BT5
S-BRLYTBROS A:BUS..BU5
S'CANE A:BV5..BV5
MAINTAIN OX TEAM A:BW5..BW5
COWS A:BX5..BX5
TRN BULL CALVES A:BY5..BY5
RN HEIFER CALVES A:BZ5..BZ5
MAINTAIN YRLG STRS A:CA5..CA5
SELL YRLG STRS A:CB5..CB5
MAINTAIN YRLG HEIF A:CC5..CC5
SELL YRLG HEIF A:CD5..CD5
BOAR A:CE5..CE5
SOWS A:CF5..CF5
TRN PIGS CNSUMPTN A:CG5..CG5
TRN PIGLETS A:CH5..CH5
MAINTAIN YRLG PIGS A:CI5..CI5
PROD CHICKENS A:CJ5..CJ5
T-PULLETS A:CK5..CK5
T-PULLETS CONS A:CL5..CL5
TRNLBR 1 A:CM5..CM5
TRNLBR 2 A:CN5..CN5
TRNLBR 3 A:C05..CO5
TRNLBR 4 A:CP5..CP5
T CSH 1-2 A:CQ5..CQ5
T CSH 2-3 A:CR5..CR5
T CSH 3-4 A:CS5..CS5
T CSH -E A:CT5..CT5


Starting
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


Final
0.2954619
0.1666667
1.3924105
1470.8926
200
0.8806825
0.5


0 0.2
0.00 0.00
0 0
0 1.1202043
0 336.06129
0 324.85925
0 308.05618
0 2.011583
0 2602.9884
0 0.5531954
0 940.43226
0 0
0 0
0 1
0 2000
0 0
0 2.274E-13
0 0.0210898
0 0.1509858
0 0.9012346
0 0.2027778
0 0.2027778
0 0.2027778
0 0.2027778
0 0.2027778
0 0.2027778
0 0
0 0.952381
0 4
0 7.143E-16
0 1.635E-14
0 6
0 0
0 24
0 0
0 0
0 59.573925
0 0
0 4320.4863
0 6859.1067
0 8837.6155
0 8891.3517


Gradient Increment
0 234.5759545
0 192
0 3.940177129
0 0.003283481
0 0.16
0 169.8502539
0 216.2863013
0 246.2274484
-1.18 1.18
0 8.827134104
0 210.410503
0 0.701368343
0 0.044006341
0 0.032033743
0 167.7676597
0 0.129650433
0 2.636587399
0 0.001550934
0 1255.049904
0 0.502019962
0 Infinite
0 Infinite
0 84.60583705
0 0.070504864
0 10.82434324
0 379.6678524
0 48.56264549
66 215.83398
66 215.83398
0 220.5001541
0 220.5001541
0 220.5001541
0 220.5001541
0 133.7573948
0 51.66278558
0 20.30066323
8 12.30066323
16 4.269282372
0 5.824
0 0
0 0
0 1.159050384
0 0
0 1.50388109
0 0
0 5.182445837
0 0.011788887
0 2.592547244
1 2.592547244


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Decrement
634.41404
Infinite
125.362757
0.10446896
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
734.535134
1.58
1.58
1.58
1.33983438
0.00103542
167.983567
0.09881386
Infinite
0.421
84.6058371
0.04230292
Infinite
1.421
13303.871
942.952926
Infinite
66
66
99.7396182
99.7396182
99.7396182
99.7396182
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
11.5463355
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
0.25650087
Infinite
0.27253006
0.22350644
0.2106282
0.2106282


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PARAGUAY DYNAMIC MATRIX 1, ALL CASH CROPS WITH NO INTEGER CONSTRAINTS


YR1 KOKUERE
KOKUE/CAPUERA
ROSADO
MLBR QTR 1
FLBR QTR 1
MLBR QTR 2
FLBR QTR 2
MLBR QTR 3
FLBR QTR 3
MLBR QTR 4
FLBR QTR 4
YRLY CREDIT & COSTS
CREDIT LIMIT
WHTDNT CONS (kg)
WHTFLNT CONS (kg)
WHTFLNT ACCT
YLWFLNT CONS (kg)
BEAN CONS (kg)
PNUT CONS (kg)
S'CANE CONS
MAND CONS
MILK CONSUMPTION
KA'A HE'E ACCT QTR2
KA'A HE'E ACCT QTR3
BLKTBROS ACCT
BLYTBROS ACCT
KOKCOT ACCT
CAPCOT ACCT
ROSCOT ACCT
BUEYES (hours)
BULL CALF ACCT
HEIFER CALF ACCT
OXEN BEG
COWS BEG
BOAR BEG
SOWS BEG
PIGLET ACCT
CHICKENS BEG
PULLET ACCT
CHICKEN CONS
EGG CONS
PIGLET CNS
CASH QTR2
CASH QTR3
CASH QTR4
CASH END YR 1


Cell
A:CW7..CW7
A:CW8..CW8
A:CW9..CW9
A:CW10..CW10
A:CW11..CW11
A:CW12..CW12
A:CW13..CW13
A:CW14..CW14
A:CW15..CW15
A:CW16..CW16
A:CW17..CW17
A:CW18..CW18
A:CW19..CW19
A:CW20..CW20
A:CW21..CW21
A:CW22..CW22
A:CW23..CW23
A:CW24..CW24
A:CW25..CW25
A:CW26..CW26
A:CW27..CW27
A:CW28..CW28
A:CW29..CW29
A:CW30..CW30
A:CW31..CW31
A:CW32..CW32
A:CW33..CW33
A:CW34..CW34
A:CW35..CW35
A:CW36..CW36
A:CW37..CW37
A:CW38..CW38
A:CW39..CW39
A:CW40..CW40
A:CW41..CW41
A:CW42..CW42
A:CW43..CW43
A:CW44..CW44
A:CW45..CW45
A:CW46..CW46
A:CW47..CW47
A:CW48..CW48
A:CW49..CW49
A:CW50..CW50
A:CW51..CW51
A:CW52..CW52


Value Constraint
0.6196512 <=3
6 <=6
1 <=1
732 <=732
51.362452 <=93
470.54456 <=892
52.953325 <=160


574.11092
120
375.84386
58.109013
1.3E-13
360
-200
-200
3.55E-15
-600
-200
-100
4.55E-12
-2607
-365
2.56E-13
6.36E-13
2.11E-13
3.17E-14
-3.53E-12
-3.33E-13
-1.17E-12
-51.68183
-1.14E-15
-1.14E-15
2.22E-16
0
0
5E-15
2.41 E-14
0
-12
-24
-624
-4
-7.78E-13
-1.67E-12
-9.09E-13
3364.7094


<=752
<=120
<=744
<=96
<=0
<=360
<=-200
<=-200
<=0
<=-600
<=-200
<=-100
<=0
<=-2607
<=-365
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=0
<=-24
<=-624
<=-4
=0
=0
=0
>=0


Binding?
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No


Slack
2.38034879
0
0
0
41.6375476
421.455439
107.046675
177.88908
0
368.156141
37.8909868
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
51.681826
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
3364.70944


Dual Value
0
108.362038
1241.89691
4.64655346
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.54473928
0.54473928
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.16
0.74717682
0.83936224
0.00092931
0.02198793
0.12250009
1.58
1.58
0.895
1.421
0.55309119
0.421
0.66349047
0
99.7396182
99.7396182
280.527829
0
66.4255952
17.930986
11.5463355
2.912
0
0
0
11.5463355
1
1
1
0


PAGE 3
Right Value Increment Decrement
3 Infinite 2.38034879
6 1.35253539 1.40425252
1 1.08672874 1
732 110.56918 86.9701731
93 Infinite 41.6375476
892 Infinite 421.455439
160 Infinite 107.046675
752 Infinite 177.88908
120 23.1753024 177.88908
744 Infinite 368.156141
96 Infinite 37.8909868
0 73.2859783 38.5031415
360 73.2859783 38.5031415
-200 200 1723.92689
-200 200 1723.92689
0 Infinite 1723.92689
-600 1056.81905 1723.92689
-200 200 592.072501
-100 100 766.368364
0 721.928624 95236.0584
-2607 2954.61905 8420.21928
-365 6.3217E-12 402.778206
0 Infinite 224.040859
0 Infinite 308.056181
0 Infinite 2000
0 Infinite 3.1663E-14
0 3.5332E-12 999.628044
0 Infinite 2097.31071
0 1.1722E-12 2037.84567
0 Infinite 51.681826
0 4.54979362 0.20277778
0 4.54979362 0.20277778
0 0.02657969 1.65584269
0 Infinite 1.5609E-14
0 0 4.22051509
0 3.8933E-15 1.42770431
0 5.99635809 1.6352E-14
0 1.8447E-15 94.7212577


0 Infinite
-24 24
-624 Infinite
-4 4
0 Infinite
0 Infinite
0 Infinite
0 3364.70944


12
12
1.9185E-13
1.6352E-14
2419.81286
3364.70944
3364.70944
Infinite










PARAGUAY DYNAMIC MATRIX 1, ALL CASH CROPS WITH NO INTEGER CONSTRAINTS


YR2 KOKUERE
KOKUE/CAPUERA
ROSADO
KA'A HEE LAND
MLBR QTR 1
FLBR QTR 1
MLBR QTR 2
FLBR QTR 2
MLBR QTR 3
FLBR QTR 3
MLBR QTR 4
FLBR QTR 4


Cell
A:CW53..CW53
A:CW54..CW54
A:CW55..CW55
A:CW56..CW56
A:CW57..CW57
A:CW58..CW58
A:CW59..CW59
A:CW60..CW60
A:CW61..CW61
A:CW62..CW62
A:CW63..CW63
A:CW64..CW64


YEARLY CREDIT & COSI A:CW65..CW65


CREDIT LIMIT
WHTDNT CONS (kg)
WHTFLNT CONS (kg)
WHTFLNT ACCT
YLWFLNT CONS (kg)
BEAN CONS (kg)
PNUT CONS (kg)
S'CANE CONS
MAND CONS
MILK CONSUMPTION
KA'A HE'E ACCT QTR1
KA'A HE'E ACCT QTR2
KA'A HEE ACCT QTR3
BLKTBROS ACCT
BLYTBROS ACCT
KOKCOT ACCT
CAPCOT ACCT
ROSCOT ACCT
BUEYES (hours)
BULL CALF ACCT
HEIFER CALF ACCT
BEG YRLNG STEERS
BEG YRLNG HEIFERS
OXEN BEG
COWS BEG
YRLNG STEERS END
YRLNG HEIFERS END
BOAR BEG
SOWS BEG
BEG YRLG PIGS
PIGLET ACCT
CHICKENS BEG
PULLET ACCT
CHICKEN CONS
EGG CONS
PIGLET CNS
CASH QTR1
CASH QTR2
CASH QTR3
CASH QTR4
BOAR END
SOWS END
PIGLETS END
YRLG PIGS END
PULLETS END
CHICKENS END
COWS END
OXEN END
BULL CALVES END
HEIFER CALVES END
CASH END YR


A:CW66..CW66
A:CW67..CW67
A:CW68..CW68
A:CW69..CW69
A:CW70..CW70
A:CW71..CW71
A:CW72..CW72
A:CW73..CW73
A:CW74..CW74
A:CW75..CW75
A:CW76..CW76
A:CW77..CW77
A:CW78..CW78
A:CW79..CW79
A:CW80..CW80
A:CW81..CW81
A:CW82..CW82
A:CW83..CW83
A:CW84..CW84
A:CW85..CW85
A:CW86..CW86
A:CW87..CW87
A:CW88..CW88
A:CW89..CW89
A:CW90..CW90
A:CW91..CW91
A:CW92..CW92
A:CW93..CW93
A:CW94..CW94
A:CW95..CW95
A:CW96..CW96
A:CW97..CW97
A:CW98..CW98
A:CW99..CW99
A:CW100..CW100
A:CW101..CW101
A:CW102..CW102
A:CW103..CW103
A:CW104..CW104
A:CW105..CW105
A:CW106..CW106
A:CW107..CW107
A:CW108..CW108
A:CW109..CW109
A:CW110..CW110
A:CW111..CW111
A:CW112..CW112
A:CW113..CW113
A:CW114..CW114
A:CW115..CW115
A:CW116..CW116


Value Constraint
0.706034 <=3
6 <=6
1 <=1
1.78E-15 <=0
732 <=732
51.36245 <=93
589.4939 <-892
52.5316 <=160
752 <=752
120 <-120
424.5534 <=744
58.10901 <=96
446.6762 <-1000
0 <=360
-200 <=-200
-200 <=-200
6.04E-14 <=0
-600 <=-600
-200 <--200
-100 <=-100
-1.15E-12 <=0
-2607 <--2607
-365 <=-365
-2.63E-13 <=0
6.04E-14 <=0
-2.5E-13 <=0
-2.27E-13 <=0
2.27E-13 <=0
2.67E-13 <=0
-3.94E-13 <=0
0 *=0
-1.13E-13 <=0
-1.54E-14 <=0
4.77E-17 <=0
-2.22E-16 <=0
-2.22E-16 <=0
0 <=0
-1.81E-14 <=0
1.17E-15 <=0
1.17E-15 <=0
0 <=0
3.33E-16 <=0
-4.44E-15 <=0
-1.83E-14 <=0
-1.78E-15 <=0
-12 <=0
-24 <-24
-624 <=-624
-4 <=-4
1.46E-12 =0
-5.97E-13 =0
-2.4E-13 =0
-8.21E-13 =0
0 >=0
0.952381 >=0
7.14E-16 >=0
1.64E-14 >-0
6 >-0
6 >=0
0.901235 >=0
0.150986 >=0
0.202778 >=0
0.202778 >=0
8918.118 >=0


Binding?
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No


Slack Dual Value Right Value
2.29396633 0 3
0 161.96953 6
0 1656.9827 1
0 929.29135 0
0 1.1590504 732
41.6375476 0 93
302.506053 0 892
107.468399 0 160
0 1.1859287 752
0 1.1859287 120
319.446638 0 744
37.8909868 0 96
553.323779 0 1000
360 0 360
0 0.16 -200
0 0.16 -200
0 0.16 0
0 0.16 -600
0 0.5407158 -200
0 0.4924549 -100
0 0.0002706 0
0 0.0244707 -2607
0 0.1199078 -365
0 1.58 0
0 1.58 0
0 1.58 0
0 0.895 0
0 1.421 0
0 0.421 0
0 0.421 0
0 0.421 0
0 0.1941629 0
0 66 0
0 66 0
0 99.739618 0
0 99.739618 0
0 280.52783 0
0 0 0
0 132.5 0
0 132.5 0
0 66.425595 0
0 17.930986 0
0 11.546336 0
0 20.300663 0
0 2.912 0
12 0 0
0 0 -24
0 0.056 -624
0 20.300663 -4
0 1 0
0 1 0
0 1 0
0 1 0
0 -133.75739 0
0.95238095 0 0
0 -12.300663 0
0 0 0
6 0 0
6 0 0
0.90123457 0 0
0.15098583 0 0
0.20277778 0 0
0.20277778 0 0
8918.11832 0 0


Increment
Infinite
4.4192727
0.7029343
0.5709359
36.931199
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
284.56901
75.545938
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
200
200
Infinite
1056.819
200
100
843.48417
2954.619
365
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
51.897255
Infinite
Infinite
4.5497936
4.5497936
0.0265797
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
0
3.893E-15
5.9963581
1.635E-14
1.845E-15
Infinite
24
1.918E-13
1.635E-14
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
3.6023674
0.952381
4.0615825
1.635E-14
6
6
0.9012346
0.1509858
0.2027778
0.2027778
8918.1183


Decrement
2.2939663
1.0274674
0.3291228
0.3585115
78.860861
41.637548
302.50605
107.4684
78.358624
78.358624
319.44664
37.890987
553.32378
360
1470.8926
1470.8926
1470.8926
1470.8926
646.98698
795.88543
91375.008
8420.2193
6.322E-12
336.06129
324.85925
308.05618
2000
2.274E-13
2602.9884
940.43226
0
4485.641
0.2027778
0.2027778
0.2027778
0.2027778
1.6558427
1.561E-14
0.2027778
0.2027778
4.2205151
1.4277043
1.635E-14
4.0615825
94.721258
12
12
8405.1003
4.0615825
4320.4863
6859.1067
8837.6155
8891.3517
0
Infinite
7.143E-16
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite


PAGE 4










PARAGUAY DYNAMIC MATRIX 1, ALL CASH CROPS WITH NO INTEGER CONSTRAINTS


MAND
PROD WHTE DENT
PROD WHTE FLINT
SELL WHTE FLINT
TRANS WHITE FLINT
PROD YLW FLINT
BEANS
PNUTS
CREDIT
KA'A HE'E
S-KA'A HE'E QTR 2
S-KA'A HE'E QTR 3
CTNKOK
S-CTNKOK
CTNCAP
S-CTNCAP
CTNROS
S-CTNROS
BLKTBROS
S-BLKTBROS
BRLYTBROS


Cell
A:C5..C5
A:D5..D5
A:E5..E5
A:F5..F5
A:G5..G5
A:H5..H5
A:15..15
A:J5..J5
A:K5..K5
A:L5..L5
A:M5..M5
A:N5..N5
A:05..05
A:P5..P5
A:Q5..Q5
A:R5..R5
A:S5..S5
A:T5..T5
A:U5..U5
A:V5..V5
A:W5..W5


S-BRLYTBROS A:X5..X5
S'CANE A:Y5..Y5
MAINTAIN OX TEAM A:Z5..Z5
T OXEN A:AA5..AA5
COWS A:AB5..AB5
T COWS A:AC5..AC5
TRN BULL CALVES A:AD5..AD5
TRN HEIFER CALVES A:AE5..AE5
BOAR A:AF5..AF5
SOWS A:AG5..AG5
TRN BOAR A:AH5..AH5


TRN SOWS
TRN PIGS CNSUMPTN
TRN PIGLETS
PROD CHICKENS
T-CHICKENS
T-PULLETS
T-PULLETS CONS
TRNLBR 1
TRNLBR 2
TRNLBR 3
TRNLBR 4
T CSH 1-2
T CSH 2-3
T CSH 3-4
TCSH -E


A:A15..A15
A:AJ5..AJ5
A:AK5..AK5
A:AL5..AL5
A:AM5..AM5
A:AN5..AN5
A:AO5..A05
A:AP5..AP5
A:AQ5..AQ5
A:AR5..AR5
A:AS5..AS5
A:AT5..AT5
A:AU5..AU5
A:AV5..AV5
A:AW5..AW5


Value Constraint
0.2954619 >=0
0.1666667 >=0
1.6032724 >=0
1723.9269 >=0
200 >=0
0.8806825 >=0
0.5 >=0
0.2 >=0
360 >=0
1.1202043 >=0
224.04086 >=0
308.05618 >=0
2.73E-15 >=0
0 >=0
1.2337122 >=0
2097.3107 >=0
4.69E-16 >=0
0 >=0
1 >=0
2000 >=0
0 >=0
3.17E-14 >=0
0.0180481 >=0
0.1509858 >=0
0.1509858 >=0
0.9012346 >=0
0.9012346 >=0
0.2027778 >=0
0.2027778 >=0
0 >=0
0.952381 >=0
0 >=0
0.952381 >=0
4 >=0
2.08E-14 >=0
6 >=0
6 >=0
0 >=0
24 >=0
0 >=0
0 >=0
23.175302 >=0
0 >=0
0 >=0
2419.8129 >=0
3789.5094 >=0
3789.5094 >=0


Binding?
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes


SlacI
0.2954619
0.1666666
1.60327241
1723.9268&
20(
0.88068251
0.5
0.;
36(
1.120204:
224.040851
308.05618



1.2337121!
2097.3107




200



0.0180480
0.1509858
0.1509858
0.9012345
0.9012345
0.2027777
0.2027777

0.9523809

0.9523809


Yes
No 23.175302
Yes


2419.8128
3789.509d
3789.5094


k Dual Value Right Value Increment
0 0 0.2954619
7 0 0 0.16666667
0 0 1.60327241
9 0 0 1723.92689
0 0 0 200
4 0 0 0.88068254
5 0 0 0.5
2 0 0 0.2
0 0 0 360
3 0 0 1.1202043
9 0 0 224.040859
1 0 0 308.056181
0 0 0 2.7304E-15
0 -0.1320912 0 999.628044
9 0 0 1.23371219
1 0 0 2097.31071
0 0 0 4.6888E-16
0 -0.2424905 0 2037.84567
1 0 0 1
0 0 0 2000
0 -84.8 0 1
0 0 0 3.1663E-14
9 0 0 0.01804809
3 0 0 0.15098583
3 0 0 0.15098583
7 0 0 0.90123457
7 0 0 0.90123457
8 0 0 0.20277778
8 0 0 0.20277778
0 0 0 0
5 0 0 0.95238095
0 0 0 0
15 0 0 0.95238095
4 0 0 4
0 0 0 2.0793E-14
6 0 0 6
6 0 0 6
0 0 0 12
!4 0 0 24
0 -4.6465535 0 86.9701731
0 -3.7E-16 0 421.455439
4 0 0 23.1753024
0 -6.929E-16 0 368.156141
0 0 0 Infinite
86 0 0 2419.81286
44 0 0 3789.50944
14 0 0 3789.50944


Decrement
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
3.5332E-12
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
1.1722E-12
Infinite
Infinite
2.6386E-17
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
12
Infinite
41.6375476
107.046675
Infinite
37.8909868
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite


PAGE 5










PARAGUAY DYNAMIC MATRIX 1, ALL CASH CROPS WITH NO INTEGER CONSTRAINTS


NEI

S-KA
S-KA
S-KA


YR2


S'CANE
MAINTAIN OX TEAM
COWS
TRN BULL CALVES
TRN HEIFER CALVES
MAINTAIN YRLG STRS
SELL YRLG STRS
MAINTAIN YRLG HEIF
SELL YRLG HEIF
BOAR
SOWS
TRN PIGS CNSUMPTN
TRN PIGLETS
MAINTAIN YRLG PIGS
PROD CHICKENS
T-PULLETS
T-PULLETS CONS
TRNLBR 1
TRNLBR 2
TRNLBR 3
TRNLBR 4
T CSH 1-2
T CSH 2-3
T CSH 3-4
T CSH -E


MAND
PROD WHTE DENT
PROD WHTE FLINT
SELL WHTE FLINT
TRANS WHITE FLINT
PROD YLW FLINT
BEANS
PNUTS
CREDIT
WYR2 KA'A HE'E
YR 1 KA'A HE'E
'A HE'E QTR 1
'A HE'E QTR 2
'AHE'E QTR 3
CTNKOK
S-CTNKOK
CTNCAP
S-CTNCAP
CTNROS
S-CTNROS
BLKTBROS
S-BLKTBROS
BRLYTBROS
S-BRLYTBRO!


Cell
A:AX5..AX5
A:AY5..AY5
A:AZ5..AZ5
A:BA5..BA5
A:BB5..BB5
A:BCS..BC5
A:BD5..BD5
A:BE5..BE5
A:BF5..BF5
A:BG5..BG5
A:BH5..BH5
A:B15..B15
A:BJ5..BJ5
A:BK5..BK5
A:BL5..BL5
A:BM5..BM5
A:BN5..BN5
A:BO5..BO5
A:BP5..BP5
A:BQ5..BQ5
A:BR5..BR5
A:BS5..BS5
A:BT5..BT5
S A:BU5..BU5
A:BV5..BV5
A:BW5..BW5
A:BX5..BX5
A:BY5..BY5
A:BZ5..BZ5
A:CA5..CA5
A:CB5..CB5
A:CC5..CC5
A:CD5..CD5
A:CE5..CE5
A:CF5..CF5
A:CG5..CG5
A:CH5..CH5
A:C15..C15
A:CJ5..CJ5
A:CK5..CK5
A:CL5..CL5
A:CM5..CM5
A:CN5..CN5
A:CO5..CO5
A:CP5..CP5
A:CQ5..CQ5
A:CR5..CR5
A:CS5..CS5
A:CT5..CT5


Value Constraint
0.2954619 >=0
0.1666667 >=0
1.3924105 >=0
1470.8926 >=0
200 >=0
0.8806825 >=0
0.5 >=0
0.2 >=0
0 >=0
0 >=0
1.1202043 >=0
336.06129 >=0
324.85925 >=0
308.05618 >=0
2.011583 >=0
2602.9884 >=0
0.5531954 >=0
940.43226 >=0
0 >=0
0 >=0
1 >=0
2000 >=0
0 >=0
2.27E-13 >=0
0.0210898 >=0
0.1509858 >=0
0.9012346 >=0
0.2027778 >=0
0.2027778 >=0
0.2027778 >=0
0.2027778 >=0
0.2027778 >=0
0.2027778 >=0
0 >=0
0.952381 >=0
4 >=0
7.14E-16 >=0
1.64E-14 >=0
6 >=0
0 >=0
24 >=0
0 >=0
0 >=0
59.573925 >=0
0 >=0
4320.4863 >=0
6859.1067 >=0
8837.6155 >=0
8891.3517 >=0


Binding?
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No


Slack
0.2954619
0.16666667
1.39241046
1470.89255
200
0.88068254
0.5
0.2
0
0
1.1202043
336.061289
324.859246
308.056181
2.01158298
2602.98838
0.55319545
940.432263
0
0
1
2000
0
0
0.02108976
0.15098583
0.90123457
0.20277778
0.20277778
0.20277778
0.20277778
0.20277778
0.20277778
0
0.95238095
4
0
0
6
0
24
0
0
59.5739249
0
4320.48627
6859.10669
8837.61555
8891.35166


Dual Value
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-1.18
-8.8271341
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-1255.0499
0
0
0
-84.605837
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-1.1590504
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


Right Value
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


Increment
0.2954619
0.16666667
1.39241046
1470.89255
200
0.88068254
0.5
0.2
360
0.30532991
1.1202043
336.061289
324.859246
308.056181
2.01158298
2602.98838
0.55319545


0 940.432263 Infinite
0 0 0.46331011
0 0 Infinite
0 1 Infinite
0 2000 Infinite
0 1 1.8948E-16
0 2.2737E-13 Infinite
0 0.02108976 Infinite
0 0.15098583 Infinite
0 0.90123457 Infinite
0 0.20277778 Infinite
0 0.20277778 Infinite
0 0.20277778 Infinite
0 0.20277778 Infinite
0 0.20277778 Infinite
0 0.20277778 Infinite
0 0 Infinite
0 0.95238095 Infinite
0 4 Infinite
0 7.1427E-16 Infinite
0 1.6352E-14 Infinite
0 6 Infinite
0 Infinite Infinite


24
78.8608614
302.506053
59.5739249
319.446638
4320.48627
6859.10669
8837.61555
8891.35166


Infinite
36.9311994
107.468399
Infinite
37.8909868
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite


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Decrement
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
553.323779
0.16523462
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite
Infinite




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