Group Title: method for taking a farm inventory
Title: A Method for taking a farm inventory
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Title: A Method for taking a farm inventory
Physical Description: 16 p. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 19--?
Copyright Date: 1900
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Subject: Farms -- Inventories -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Farm management -- Records and correspondence -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Records and correspondence   ( lcsh )
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?TAKUW T.HESC ND VINENORY

Preserve this reed, mad take antherr in- Do not consider an i' Cas or a decrease that
ventory a year later. Fellow-tam =,. predure comes from a general change In land values.
S;as before, valh g eae* item at the selling price If, as a result of the changed conditions of a:'
at the arm. if theyar's labor and cash outlay series of years, a very dded change in land-
: on building, f. ans, and the ie ha values has occurred, a change in farm value may
not be made. This record should, however, be kept,
been sufficient to uatain the value of the farm, distinct from 't pwh t aMd loss .reWdeed on
decrease thp farm value at the end of the year. 6theri things. 9' tai se-ax purpfoes; i I'fa'm
S If more than eighth. hap been done to maintain must always be valued at ost less'dettelatiff,;
the value of the farm, increase the farm value. regardless of market prices.
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INVENTORYING WORK STOCK AND EQUIPMENT


In valuing work stock and equipment, depre-
ciation should be considered. There is no fixed
Rate of depreoSition.on work stock and machinery,
but every added year of age means one year less
of active use. The inventory value of farm ma-"
chinery should not be increased, even if the ma-
chinery would sell for more at the end of the
year, unless the machine has actually been made
better. If the inventory value.of machinery were
increased because of an increase in the price of
farm machinery, speculative profits made by
owning machinery when the price was rising


WHAT THE TWi EW


After completing the second inventory, find
the net worth as before. A comparibb ofthi ,
. net worth with the one of the previous year will
show whether or not you are getting ahead'. f
the net worth at the end of the year is greater
Than at the beginning, there has been a cain,
Sand the differiece indicates how mtic. :you
are ahead financially as a result of tho years
Sbsiness. If the net worth at the end of the
year is less than at the beginning, there has


would be confused with farm profit. Valun ~ it4
chines on the basis of the prwevl~s iLvetoryle's'
their estimated depreciation. Durgastiton is .
very much higher'on new La'tilm, uuc as
tractors, than on standard farm Mekio esi ad
often amounts to from 20 to 0 percent. Depre- /
citation is also higher on complicated farm ma-
Schiies', su'h as sprayers, than on simple machines,
such as wagons. On a miscemaneous lot. of farm
machiiery Iket iA asod repair, the rate of depre-
ciation would uisuai average about 10 percent of
itk inventeored value of the previous year.

STORIES WILL SHOW


been a loss. This loss may be due to high living
. expenses, high farm expenses, or low income.
The gain or the loss, as shown by the com-
arison O:f the two' inventorle,; does i t show
how well the farmi ha:paid, because person- l ex-
penses have consumed 'the -farm profit. IM'fbtde'r -
to find out now well the farm has paitf; It'is
necessary to iep a 'record of cash receipts and
expenses, in addition to taking an annual inven-
tory.


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HOW TO COMPUTE QUANTITIES OF SHELLED CORN OR OTHER GRAIN,
HAY, AND SILAGE


Shelled Corn or Other Grain:. A bushel con-
tains approximately 114'cubic feet. To find the
capacity of a bin, find the number of cubic feet
and multiply by 4/5, or multiply by 8 and divide
by 10.
Example: Bin 5 feet x 5 feet x 2 feet= 50
cubic feet
50 X 8= 400
400 + 10= 40 bushels
Ear Corn: Two bushels of ears, by measure,
are ordinarily required to make one bushel of
grain. The cubic feet of ears multiplied by 4
and divided by 10 gives the bushels of grain. If
the corn is in the husk, due allowance must be
made for the proportion of husk to ear corn.
Hay: Some kinds of hay are heavier than
others. The deeper the mow or the stack and
the longer the hay has stood, the heavier it is
per cubic foot. The bottom of the mow or stack
is much heavier than the top. About 500 cubic
feet of Well-settled hay in a mow or stack of aver-
age depth usually will weigh about one ton.
Silage in Round Silos: The original amount
of silage put in the silo can be estimated from the
table below. The depth to use is that found two
days after filling stopped.
What is left in a silo after part has been
used can be estimated as follows:
First: Find the original amount of silage
put in the silo by referring to the table.
Second: Find the amount of silage that has
been used, by the same method, using as depth
the difference between the present depth and
the depth 2 days after filling.


Third: Subtract the amount used from the
original amount. The difference is the approxi-
mate amount of silage remaining in the silo.
Example: A silo 16 feet in diameter and 32
feet high was filled so that, after settling for two
days, there was 26 feet of the silage. At the
time the inventory was taken there were 12 feet
of silage left.
From the table it is seen that 26 feet of silage
in a 16-foot silo= 97 tons.
Since 12 feet of silage were left, 14. feet had
been fed, and 14 feet of silage in a 16-foot silo=
41 tons. Therefore, the bottom 12 feet of silage in
this silo would contain about 56 tons of silage,
since 97 tons minus 41 tons = 56 tons.
Silage in Rectangular Silos: The original
amount of silage put in the silo can be estimated
by computing the number of cubic feet of silage
two days after filling and multiplying this by the
mean weight of silage per cubic foot as given in
the table below. Use the depth two days after
filling stopped.
What is left in a rectangular silo after part
of the silage has been removed can be computed
as follows:
First: Compute the original amount of silage
put in the silo as previously explained.
Second: In a similar manner compute the
amount of silage removed. Use the weight per
cubic foot for the depth of silage removed.
Third: Subtract the amount removed from
the original amount put in the silo. The differ-
ence is the approximate amount of silage remain-
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SILAGE TABLE-APPROXIMATE CAPACITIES OF CYLINDRICAL SILOS IN TONS
(Use height of silage after settling two.days)

Mean weight Depth of Inside diameter of silo, hi feet
of silage 'per silage two
cubic foot for days after I
whole depth filling 10 12 14 16 18 20


(Pounds) (Feet) (Tons) (Tons)' (Tons) (Tons) (Tons) (Tons)
18.7 1 1 1 1 2 2 3
19.6 2 2 2 3 4 5 6
S20.6 3 2 3 5 6_- 8 9
21.2 4 3 5 7 9 11 13
22.1 5 4 6 9 11 14 17
22.9 6 5 8 11 14 17 '21
23.8 7 7 9 13 17 21 25
24.5 8 8 11 15 20 25 31
25.3 9 9 13 18 23 29 36
26.1 10 10 15 20 26 33 .41
26.8 11 12 17 23 80 38 46
27.6 12 13 19 25 83 42 52
28.3 13 14 21 28 37 47 58
29.1 14 16 23 31 41 '2' 84
29.8 15 18 25 34 45 57 70
30.5 16 19 28 38 49 62 77
31.2 17 21 30 41 53 67 83
31.9 18 23 32 44 58 73 90
32.6 19 24 85 48 62 79 97
33.3 20 26 38 51 67 85 105
33.9 21 28 40 55 72 91 112
34.6 22 80 43 59 77 97 120
35.3 23 32 46 63 82 103 128
35.9 24 34 49 66 87 110 186
36.5 25 36 52 70 92 116 148 .
37.2 26 38 55 74 97 123 152
37.8 27 40 58 .79 103 ..130, 1 60,
38.4 28 42 61 83 108 137 169
39;0 29 44 64' 87 114 144 174
39.6 30 47 67 91 119 151 187
40.1 31 49 70 96 125 158 195
40.7 32 51 74 100 131 166 205.
41.2 33 53 77 105 138 173 214
41.8 34 56 80 109 143 181 224
42.3 35 58 84 114 149 188 232
42.8 38 61 87 118 155': 1906 ; 2427
37 63 90 123 161 204 252
38 ; .t66 94.- -28 ;167 21 262.
39 8 .97. 18 f4 221 272
40 'O 101 138 180 22 280
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FARM

For an Inventory, only the tofal present value of the farm is necessary. It is desirable, however, to fill in the
values of the different parts of the farm. The sum of the values of the different parts of the farm should equal the
present value of the farm.


Tota: -....


X ............X.... ..........xI I i Ix


SValue 19......... Value 19..........

House, operator's ................................................................... .................................................. ..................................................
House ..... .................................- ............................................................ I .....................................................................................................
Barn ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................




Barn -............-- ....-..- ....-.. --..... ..---....--................. ................. .- ..-...---.......-----..................... .....------ ..--- .....---
Brop .a. ..... ............ ........................................................................ .................................................. ..................................................
B arn . . . . . . . . .................................. .......... - - - - - - - - - - --- -................................--- ---- -- - - -- - - .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .........................


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Past ur land ....... ............................... ........................


W oode land............................................................................................... Acres ........ ........
W oodland ........................................................................................... Acres- ...................................................................................................
Fences, drains, and the rest ........................... ..... ................. .. ....... ...




Total

WORK STOCK
It is usually desirable to list each animal with a full record of each.

Name or number Weight Year Year Value Value
_______I Born Bought Cost 19 ........ 19........







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CATTLE

It is usually desirable to list .each head of cattle separately.by name or IRmber, with a full record
Range cattle may be bunched at an..average price per head.


of each.


Name or number J yre ed Value Value
,N.born freshened 9....... 19 .......
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SHEEP


.Number I Value I Number I Value

Ewes ..................................................................................... .............................. ........................... ........................... ............................


Buc ............................................... ............ ................... ............................... ,......................... ............................... ..........................

Lambs ................................................................................. ........ ................. ........ ... ...... ............................
Lambs ....................... ................................................... ....... ...... .................. ........................................ ....... ..........


Total .................................................................................. ................ X .......... .............................. I ................ X .......... ............................

GOATS

Kind 19........ I 19.-
SNumber I Value | Number I Value

Goats .............. .......... .................................................. .... ............... ..... ... ............... ... ...... .............. ...
Kids .......................................................................................... .............................................. ...................... ......................

Total ................................................................................. ...... ....... x ..................................... ................ x .......... ......................

HOGS

Kind 19........ 19.
S Number | Value I Number I Value

Brood sow .................... .. ...... .............................. ........ ............................. .. ............................................


Boars ............................................................ ...................................................................... .................... ........................
Other hogs ........................ ............................................. .......................... .. .......................................................... ....................
. ......... ... ......... . ................ .............-........-. ........................ ..................................................................................
Pigs. ................ ...... .................
. ota . ......... ...................... ............................. .............. .............. .... ............. ............................... ........................... . ........ .

Total .......................... ..................................................... ................ .......... ................ ... . . ....................

POULTRY

Kind 19........ I 19-...
Number I Value I Number I Value

Hens .. ............ ........ ...... ......................................................................................................................................................


......Roosters...................... ........ . .......,. ...... .... .......... ..... ...........
Pullets ..................................... ................................................. ........................... .................. ........... .................... ......... ..... ...
Roosters ............................................................................... ................................................. ...... ............... ...... .........................
Other Poultry .................................................................. .............. ........................................... ..... .................... ...................

Total .............................................................._........_......... ............. --- --. ............................ .............. X ............... .









19........ I 19........
..... .-Number Value I Number | Value


.... tal...................................... .............................................. ....................... ..........................................

Total .................................................................................. ............... X ............ ............................. ............ X .............. ............................

FEEDS AND CROPS
List below feeds and crops held for feeding, seed, or sale. Use selling prices at the farm. Directions for estimating the amount of various
crops are given on pages 8 and 4.
Kind 19........ 19.......
Kind I ------------_-----------
I Amount I Value Amount | Value
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Hay .................................................................................................................... .........................
Hay
Hay ......... ... ........................... ....................... ........... .......... ......
Hay ............................................................ .. ....... ..... ......................................... ................. ... ............................... ...........................
Slage ................................................................................. ............................................................................................................... I .......

aoran e...... ....... ...................... .............................. .............................. .......................
o ....... ................ .................... ........................... ............. ............................ .................................................
Corn ............o................................................. ....................... ............................ .............................. .........................................................




............................................................................................. .............................. .............................. .............................. ..............................
Co .......................... ................................. ..... ............................................................ ............................................................


Velvet Beans ............................................................................... ..................... ..................................... ..........................................................

Cow Pea Seed ..................................................................................................................................... ............................................................
Velvet Beans ...................... .............................................................................................................................................................................
Cotto Seed ........................ ............................ ..................................................................................................
Peanuts ........ ................................................................................................................................. .............................. .............................
Cane Syrup ....... ............................................................ .................. ...........................................
Potatoes, Irish............................................................................ ............................ .....................................................................................
P o ta to e s S w e e t. ....................................................................


Cott eaon seed Meal....... .......................................................................................................................................................... ...........................
...Cornmeal............................... .. ... .... .....


Cottonseed Meal
elve Beans ..... .................................................................... ..................... ....... ............................. ............................. .............................


aMiddlin gs ............................ ...... ...................................................................................................................................................................



Total ............................................................................................. ............ ..... .................................... ............ ..........................
C ottlns ............................................................................................ ......


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MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES
aIventory below all musellaneou suplies suh as element, fertilizer, Iumber, wood, gras eed, paint, shingles bars, spray materials, and
the t. Unimportant items may be omitted i desired.
Kind 19 .....
S Amount I Value Amount I Value

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EQUIPMENT

egulpment Ls dropped under general heudingp, auch a tillinz, planting and harvesti r.. .Write .i the.. ame of .any machine t r wheh a
blank hasa 'o 'been prepared. Important toot' should listed separately. If preferred, miPtr tools may bh grouped as "Other tools" IhaLtad
of ben listed separately. ...

.. Year Valiue Value
Kind Description bought Cost 19.
... 19 ........ 19 ........


Bt(


TILLING

Cultivl
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Harro1




a



Middle

Plow
is


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PLANTING

Plant setter


Corn plante

Cotton plan

Grain drill

Grass seeded

Marker ......

P6tato eutt

Potato plan


r ................. .......................................... .... ................ ........ ..............................................................................................


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6r .............. ........................................... .............................. .......................... .................................. ..................................

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r .............................................................. ........................................................ .................................. .................................


er

Iter


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X .......... ....... .........X.. ..... ............. ....... ..


w ........................................................................ ................................ ..............................................................................................


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e buster ............................ ................ .....................................................................................................
....... ..................... ............................................ ................ .......... ... ......................... ................................. ..................................

.,.s.r. ......... ....... ............................................ ................... ........... .......................... .................................. .................................



..cks.......... .......... .. . . ................ ......... ..............................................................................................



, scrapes, etc .......................................... ............................ ...... ...
......... ...................................... ......................


Plowsi

Roller

Sweep

Weede


r ...................... ............. ........... ............... ............... .......................... .................................. ..................................

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Amount forward






EQUIPMENT (Continued)


Kind Description Yearottht Costalue alue
btght 19........ 19 ........

HARVESTING
Amount forward .... .......... .......................... ................X ........... ............ .................................................. ........
Corn binder .............................................................. ................ ................ ......... ......................... .. .............. ...............
Ensilage cutter ........... ................................................................................ .............. .......................................................... .. .. .........
Grain binder ........ .............................................. ................................... ..................................... ................... .........
Hay fork and rope................................. ....... ... ................. ... ............ .................................................
H ay baler ............................................................................................. .. ........... ................. ..... .................
H ay loader ...................... .................................... ..................... ................................ .....................................
H ay rake ......... ....... ............................................... ............ :............. ....... .............
---r-ke.-.. ............---------------------I-------------------
H ay tedder .................. ............ ................... ............................ ....... ................. ........... .... ............. ...................... ..................................
ow er .............................................. ........................... ................. ....... ........... ............................. .............. ...

Potato digger ......................... ... ...... .......................... ....... ........................................ .........................
Potato grader .......................................... ............... ........... ..... ................. ...................................

Share ddaper ........................ ............................. ................. .. ........................................ ... ....................... ......

Syrup equipment .............................................................. ..................................................................
Thrshing equipment.............. .... ....... ...................................... ....... ......................
........................................... ...... ............................. ............................. .. ........... ........... .............. .... ........


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HARNESS
arne s ................................................................................................... ..... ... ......
.............. ..... .......... ........................ ......... .......... ....-.....-.
..- - - - ... ... -.- -. ---
Single harness ....... .... ....... ................................... ............................... .................. ...... .................................. .............................
W or.. .. .. .. ......................................................... ............................................................................................................. ...........


A m ount forward .... ........................................... ............... ................. ............................................. ..................... ..........



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EQUIPMENT (Continued)

-,aYear /, Value Value
Kind Description Y ostalue alue
boght 19 ....... 19......

Amount forward .... ....................................... ................x ......................X .................................................
WAGONS
One-horse ......................................................................................... ...............


Two-hbro e ....................................................................... .


Buggy...................................... ................
Tw o-horse .................... ........................................... .............................. ........................................................... .................................

B uggy .............. ............. ......................................... ............................... .......................... ..................................'..................................


..................... . . I ......1.......................... ......... ............................. .......................... .................. ......... ......... . ..............


AUTOMOBILES,
TRACTORS,
TRUCKS,






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MISCELLANEOUS
Corn sheler.................... ..................... ......................................................... ...
Feed grinder............................. ..........................................................................-...................................
Fertilizer drill.............. ............. ......................................... ................ .......................... ............................ .................................
Gas engine ......... ...... ... ....... ................................................... .................................. ..........- -....
..a. eri ae .................... ........................................................................... ...................... .. .................................. ................. .....
a ..... r p er................. ........................................... ..... ........................... .......................... ................................... .......... .............







Sprayer, h.nd.-.... ..........
s....... er, hand ............... .............. .......................................... ......... ...................... ................. ......................................... ......................







Sprayer, power ........................................................ ......
Duterhad................. ....... .......
MIDuster, powerOU
D uCorn shelter ............................. ... ....... .................................................... .......................- .............................. .. ........................







ta k cutting er ............... ........................................................................ ...................................................
tiliry equipment ....................................................................................................................................................................
aD i en ineg v t .......... .................... .. ....... ................................ ............................. ................... ....... ........... .............
ou t e i e n ...................................................................................................................... ........................... ..... ......................
renter toe ........................................... ...................... ............................................. ...........
Amount forward ...................................................... .... ..... ... ........
D muster, hao olr ............ ... ................................................... ....................... ......................... ...................................................







a itr y t s ............ ................................. ..................... ............ ......... .... .... ........... ...... I....... .................




Amount forward .... I ............................................ ............... X .......... I ........... X ........ .................................. 1 .................................






EQUIPMENT (Continued)


Year 1 Value value
Kind Description bout 19........ 19 ........



Other hand tools .................................... ......... ..... ... .................................. ..................................



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Total ....-- ..-- ................ ..................X.. ... -.. - .... .l.. .--. ..-
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(aOWaG 'iib
E _stima te 4i tota valilfbe .date. of all labor. ided, fertilizer, and other materials used on cropi In the soil. Values should not be Included
here if they have already been'Included in the total value of the farin'o' pae 5. ,;

S19........ .19......
Crop --
_____I Acres.. I Value Acres Value


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Total .................................................................................................................................................................................................

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
List below all notes, mortgages, or accounts due you from others at the time the inventory is taken.


Person or firm owing you Date Due 19........ 19.......


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CASH
List below cash on hand and in bank.

...............19........ 19........
Cas o hand ............................................. .. ........................ .. .......... ... ....... ............................... ...... .............. .........


...Cash in bank ........................... I....................--...--........ ..-... ... ............................. .........-......... ......................... ......... .........















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CASH

List below cash on hand and In bank.






Cafsh: In bank

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MORTGAGES AND ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
L.t below all mortegwe, note, store bills, and other accounts that you owe others at the time the inventory i tsken

Peon or irm owed DateDe 19........
Person or firm owed I Date Due I 19........ I















































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