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Costs of hauling crops from farms to shipping points
|Statement||by Frank Andrews|
|Series||Bulletin / United States, Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Statistics -- no. 49, Bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Statistics) -- no. 49.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Addeddate Call number CATPages: And the cost of hauling this wheat to local mills, if computed at the same rate as the cost of hauling to shipping points, would amount to $11, This, added to the total cost of hauling to shipping points as given above, would equal $33, for wheat and $84, for all crops mentioned.
For the United States the average cost of hauling cotton from farms to shipping points is about 80 cents per bale, and the average load is a fraction more than three bales.
One-horse carts and wagons and ox carts are found more serviceable in hauling the main crops in the cotton region than in the grain country, and their use helps to account for the small average loads.
Specialty Crops Shipping Point Market Price Reports Prices for which specialty crops were traded at prominent points in the United States and at ports of entry for imports. Prices are differentiated by the commodities’ growing origin, variety, size, package and Costs of hauling crops from farms to shipping points book.
eill i princeton,ky. 1&5($6('(1(5*File Size: KB. Now, if my assumption was wrong, and you've got commercial authority, then $/bu. would be a fair rate. You wouldn't be gouging the guy, and you'd make a few $$ for your time. 99% of the time, grain pays by the bushel. The time you spend waiting in line should be reflected in your rate.
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Know Cost of Sales-Freight Account: When accounting for freight costs, freight expense accounts must not be confused with similar types of expense accounts, or other accounts that might be related to your logistics department.
It is easy to make the mistake of conflating your freight account with your “cost of sales-freight” account. Read Livestock Hauling Industry Concerned About New Federal Rules in addition to hundreds of recent farming and agriculture news articles. View up to date crop reports, livestock information and ag industry breaking news from The ownership costs will not change if more or fewer miles are driven.
In the example, the operating cost per mile would be: If one potential grain selling location is 10 miles from the farm and another buyer is 75 miles away, the total operating costs for hauling to each one. Etaferahu (Eta) Takele, Area Farm Management Specialist, University of California, Riverside.
Cost of production is the dollar value of all your inputs for growing a specific crop. For example, to produce an acre of tomatoes, these inputs would include so many units of seed, fertilizer, irrigation water, labor and machinery time, etc.
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To answer the OP question on short hauls off the farm I use an hourly base rate then convert it bushels or CWT plus fuel surcharge. Course you have to try to estimate the time your truck is in line in your quote cause you can't go up once you start.
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Corn was sold by the bushel. 96 pounds of corn on the cob was a bushel. 56 pounds of shelled corn was a bushel. Dad figured out that the hybrid corn he grew took less than 90 pounds, maybe only Ed Fry, who farms acres of grain and has milk cows in Chestertown, Md., points out in a marketing fact sheet from Rodale that while his corn yields were comparable inhis total production costs were lower for organic corn - $/bushel versus $ for conventional.
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