3 edition of Estimated production costs for corn silage in southwestern Washington found in the catalog.
Estimated production costs for corn silage in southwestern Washington
Allen J. Estep
1970 by Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English
|Statement||[Allen J. Estep, Richard T. Dailey and Ronald A. Anderson].|
|Series||Extension mimeo -- 3353., Extension mimeo (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 3353.|
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The value of corn grown for livestock feed and silage was nearly $ million in , moving field corn into the top 10 list of the state's most valuable crops. The figure does not include sweet. In both spreadsheets the farmer will enter data such as corn price per bushel, silage yield per acre or estimated grain yield, percent of corn silage dry matter, harvest/hauling/storage cost and the estimated amount of shrinkage during storage. Results appear as cost of corn silage value per ton and the final cost of silage to producer.
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Estimated production costs for corn silage in southwestern Washington. By Allen J. Estep, Richard T. (Richard Thomas) Dailey and Ronald Albin Anderson. Topics: Publisher: Pullman, Washington: Washington State University. Extension. Year: Corn: Enterprise Budgets, Corn Silage and Corn Grain Under Rill Irrigation, Estimated production costs for corn silage in southwestern Washington book and Benton Counties, Washington (EB) Estimated production costs for corn silage in southwestern Washington book, Van Doren, Hoffmann: pdf: Cranberries: Cranberry Establishment and Production Costs and Returns, Southwestern Washington, Wet Harvest (EB) Schaeffer, Patten, Carkner: pdf: Cranberries.
USDA has estimated annual production costs and returns and published accounts for major field crop and livestock enterprises since Cost and return estimates are reported for the United States and major production regions for corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, grain sorghum, rice, peanuts, oats, barley, milk, hogs, and cow-calf.
These cost and return accounts are "historical" accounts based. The estimated costs of production per bushel for corn following soybeans are $, $ and $, assumingand bushels per acre, respectively.
Cost-of-production estimates, per bushel, for herbicide-tolerant soybeans are $, $ and $, assum Author: Rod Swoboda. Estimated Production Costs & Returns GROSS RECIPTS FROM PRODUCTION GROSS RECIPTS UNIT PRICE YIELD PER ACRE PER TON YOUR FARM Corn ton $ 26 $1, $ Other Total Receipts $1, $0 DIRECT COSTS UNIT COST PER UNIT QUANTITY PER ACRE PER TON YOUR FARM OPERATING PREHARVEST Tillage Disk Estimated production costs for corn silage in southwestern Washington book 2 • Corn silage: Production was estimated at million tons forup 2 percent from and up slightly from the previous high set in Area harvested for silage was estimated at million acres, up 4 percent from a year ago and the most acreage devoted to corn silage since Average yield was estimated at Production Cultural Practices and Material Inputs Tables show the costs associated with ground preparation, planting, growing, and harvesting corn silage.
Single Cropped vs. Double Cropped. Single cropped and double cropped corn silage have similar cultural. Sample costs to produce corn silage in the southern Estimated production costs for corn silage in southwestern Washington book Joaquin Valley are shown in this study. The study is intended as a guide only, and can be used to make production decisions, determine potential returns, prepare budgets and evaluate production loans.
Practices described are based on the production practices consideredFile Size: 1MB. Value/Wet Ton of Corn Silage to Seller Adjusted for Grain Harvest Costs $ Silage Harvest Costs (e) Chopping $/Acre $ Hauling $/Acre $ Harvest and Storage Loss (f) Estimated 13% Actual (if known) = 13% $ Silage Harvest Costs/Acre $ Fertilizer Value of Harvested StoverFile Size: KB.
The “Maize Silage- Costing and gross margin calculator” is an interactive Microsoft® Excel spreadsheet that will allow producers to enter their own data Estimated production costs for corn silage in southwestern Washington book calculate the cost of growing maize silage. The calculator can also be used to estimate the total cost of maize silage for the total area grown.
Corn is the most widely produced feed grain in the United States (U.S.), accounting for more than 95 percent of total production and use. The other three major feed grains are sorghum, barley, and oats. Most of the corn crop provides the main energy ingredient in livestock feed.
Corn is also processed into a wide range of food and industrial. by breaking all the corn kernels and reducing the presence of large cob pieces. ** In CA, % of the dairy producers do not kernel process because of harvest costs (Collar and Silva-del-Rio, ) Processing corn silage increases milk production up to to lbs/cow/d when corn silage represents 30 to 40% of the Size: 3MB.
• Total forages: USDA estimated total forage production (all dry hay, haylage and green chop) in 17 major states at million tons, down less than 1 percent from a year earlier. U.S. corn silage production was estimated at million tons on million acres, both down 1 percent from Average yields topped 20 tons per acre for a.
Initial Cost Amortization $ $ $ $ $ Total Cost per Acre $ $ $ $ $ Total Cash Cost per Acre $ $ $ $ $ * Total costs for each pasture system and hay have been calculated to include ownership costs of machinery and landFile Size: 34KB. 1 The entire volume cannot be filled with silage; the front surface is assumed to have a degree slope.
2 Based on dry matter densities of 14 lb/cu ft for corn silage, which is representative of good bunker silo management (i.e., adequate packing). Source: Ishler et al., Pennsylvania State University, Appendix Table 2. Estimated wet forage capacities of bunker and trench silos. Crop budgets are prepared by region.
To determine which budget is for your area, refer to the North Dakota map. **New Excel Files Available Below** PDF Buyers feeding corn silage to livestock might be prepared to pay more, depending on what alternate feedstuffs are available. From a livestock nutrient point of view, corn silage may be worth more in the ration than is reflected in the market.
These calculated corn silage values are not necessarily the cost of production, or the feed nutrient. The total of these costs was increased by one-fifth to allow for an estimated one-sixth loss in weight caused by fermentation and drying.
Pearson and Gaines proposed two methods of estimating the money value of corn silage. 2 Their cost-accounting method was based on a summary of detailed cost accounts on 68 farms during the years to Cost for Pioneer ® brand 11C33 is based on inoculating a 22 tDM/ha crop. Farmers growing Pioneer ® brand maize for silage for sale are usually responsible for costs up to and including the nitrogen sidedressing application.
Maize silage cost per MJME assumes a maize silage. Corn Silage Production, Management, and Feeding by G. Roth The purpose of this publication is to provide the most recent information on cost effective, safe, and environmentally sound ways to produce and use high quality corn silage.
Also available: Alfalfa Management Guide - ISBN Cited by: Silage yields were reported as being higher than average although corn silage was put up slightly later than normal.
A lot of crops were diverted towards greenfeed to help make up for the forage shortfall, and straw and other alternative feeds, such as grain and screening pellets, are being utilized this winter to balance lower cost Size: 1MB. The economic optimum plant density is a function of corn yield and quality responses, seed cost and grain or silage price.
The economic plant density is lower than the plant density that maximizes yield. UW researched optimum corn yield and economic plant density from If corn is worth $ per bushel at harvest, then the standing corn for silage would be worth about $ per ton before the cost of harvesting for grain.
If we estimate a grain harvest cost of. Cattle, Cows, Milk - Inventory (First of Jan. ) Cattle, Incl Calves - Inventory (First of Jan. ) Cattle, On Feed - Inventory (First of Jan. ) Goats, Milk - Inventory (First of Jan.
) Sheep, Incl Lambs - Inventory (First of Jan. ) Hogs - Inventory (First of Dec. ) Milk Production †. These studies are intended as a guide only, and can be used to make production decisions, determine potential returns, prepare budgets and evaluate production loans.
⇒ Grain Corn, Furrow Irrigated: San Joaquin Valley, South (PDF) Sample costs to produce field corn (field corn for grain) in the southern San Joaquin Valley are shown in. Agronomy Advice – Pricing Corn Silage (PDF 2 pages) August ; Crop Budget Cost of Production Calculator for Wisconsin (Click on Crop Budgets) Crop Budgets for Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, Seeding Alfalfa, Established Alfalfa – Website currently not available; Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa (Click on Crop Budgets).
1 Pricing Corn Silage in the Field It is difficult to determine a fair price for corn silage in the field. Category: Dairy, crop management, feed, forage, marketing It is more difficult to price corn silage than corn harvested as grain for several key reasons.
Maximizing Corn Silage Yield and Quality Greg W. Roth Associate Professor u Forage quality needs of livestock u Ability to segregate silages u Ability to produce feed on your land u Cost and availability of other feeds.
CP NDF NDFD Starch Milk/Ton Average Maximizing Corn Silage Production u Early planting and. Decisions in Crops include prices, budgets, crop insurance, government payments, machinery, and more. Corn and Soybean County Yields – A Estimated Costs of Crop Production – A Cash Corn and Soybean Prices – A Iowa Farm Custom Rate Survey – A The last week of May capped off one of the warmest Mays on record which allowed farmers to plant nearly all of the corn crop by the beginning of June.
Ninety-one percent of the corn crop had emerged by June 3. By the end of June 78 percent of the corn crop was rated in good to excellent condition. To estimate the sensitivity of expected changes in profit, we used a forage value of $, $, $, or $ per ton DM (four scenarios), and defined expected change in corn silage yield following the winter cereal crop in the rotation as 0 (no decline),or -1 ton DM per acre (three scenarios).
Costs of Production. Aug. 1, Grain Losses in Feeding Corn Silage to Cows TABLE 1.—Amount of grain in corn silage fed to dairy cows during 10 days and of air-dry corn recovered jrom the manure Cow No.
Silage offered Silage refused Moist corn in silage Air-dry corn in refused feedi Air-dry corn re- covered from ma- nure. 1 Pounds The raw weight from 1/ of an acre divided by 2 will give you the estimated yield in tons per acre.
Once you determine the dry matter of the sample, you can then multiply the yield by the % dry matter to get an estimate of dry matter yield per acre. Example: 17’5” of a 30” corn row weighs 53 pounds Divided by 2 = tons per acre yieldFile Size: 98KB.
The value of drought-stressed corn silage can be estimated using expected nutrient composition and the cost of the nutrients. The average composition of drought-stressed corn silage in Table 1 is reasonable, but the composition of silage for a specific situation (e.g., hybrid, growing conditions, etc.) could be substantially different.
This statistic shows the production of corn for silage in the United States from to According to the report, around million tons of corn for silage were produced in the U.S. in The additional soil nutrient value (P and K) removed in the non-grain portion of the silage (stover) is significant, at about $ per tonne of corn silage harvested (@ 65% moisture).
Calculating the cost per lb or tonne of dry matter can help put corn silage in perspective relative to what the market is willing to pay for standing hay.1/1(5).
Crop: Harvested Acres () Yield per acre: Unit: Production () Value () Corn, grain: 2, bushel:$ 1, Corn, silage: ton. Analyzing a 1-cent MFP corn payment The MYA price for is an estimate, but the marketing year is complete and the MYA price will be published on Sept.
The farmers. Estimated Production Costs & Returns GROSS RECIPTS FROM PRODUCTION GROSS RECIPTS UNIT PRICE YIELD PER ACRE PER TON Corn ton $ $1, $ Total Receipts $1, DIRECT COSTS UNIT COST PER UNITQUANTITY PER ACRE PER TON OPERATING PREHARVEST Tillage Disk acre 2 Price estimates for corn chop or silage (dry matter) are shown in.
Table VI. Table VII, "as fed" estimated prices are shown 35, and 40 percent dry matter silages. Data in these two tables emphasize the importance of both moisture and percent grain in determining silage prices. Concrete Stave. Covered — % % Uncovered % 3.
10x pdf of corn grain $ * 10 = $ Pdf of silage 65% moisture lbs DM 40% corn = lbs = 5 bu * $ = Plus lbs hay equivalent * $ = $ adjusted for 15% storage loss = $ • Cost Assumption $/A direct and land cost $/T harvest cost 14 T/A harvest yield.Cost download pdf from to — EI unit of production (pdf) Cost changes from to — MV per acre (pdf) Cost changes from to — MV unit of production (pdf) D2 authors (xls) D3 authors (xls) Eastern Idaho corn budgets (xls) Updating and revising cost of crop production excel spreadsheets (doc) Eastern Idaho dryland (xls).
This statistic shows the top Ebook. states based on corn production for silage usage from to InWisconsin produced about million tons of corn for silage.