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2010 OMAFRA Crop Budgets Available Online: Are the numbers realistic compared to your actual costs?

The Field Crop Budgets 2010, Publication 60 is now available online. Choose from either online or PDF format for these field crops:

1. Alfalfa-Timothy Hay

2. Barley

3. Spring Canola

4. Winter Canola

5. Coloured Beans

6. Grain Corn

7. Silage Corn

8. Flax

9. Oats

10. Organic – Grain Corn and Soybeans

11. Organic – Winter Wheat and Spelt

12. Organic – Barley and Oats

13. Soybeans

14. Soft Winter Wheat

15. Hard Red Winter Wheat

16. Hard Red Spring Wheat

17. White/Black Beans


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I was looking at grain corn - top hybrids - $483 per acre.
No land price included in those costs.
Our corn cost projection was $520 per acre but we allocated more money for depreciation of equipment....

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