ANALYSE REAL CROP COSTS
Always be on top of actual crop costs throughout the season.
Compare management costs with planned revenue to avoid loss at the end of the season.
Analyse paddocks to identify mistakes and learn for next year.
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- Income, input costs, and machine operation costs
- Costs grouped automatically by type
- Projected (running) and actual $/ha
- Drill down into every direct cost
- Costs connected to tasks and inventory
Machine operation costs
- Fuel costs and wages
- Use own price or eAgronom’s method
- Costs of every machine train
- Manage your machinery in eAgronom
- Yield t/ha
- Costs and gross margin $/ha
- Tasks timeline
- Application rates and nutrient efficiency
- Soil analysis
- Paddock performance comparison
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Until now I have tried to make such an analysis in Excel and spent a lot of time on it. I think that eAgronom is on a correct path and I can see myself using that tool.
It is a tool to show to a farmer what are the running costs in the farm and what are problems in the farming processes. Analysis shows in-depth what part of farming processes is weak – is it some weed, pest, tractor operator or something else.
eAgronom analytics is a really nice feature which shows differences. You can choose two fields and all the information is visible. I can already tell that’s really useful for me.
Here, in eAgronom I really like that it’s very clear to understand what’s where, the overview is very good and everything is in one place. All of the information is accessible right away. These simple and easy to look through tables are very nice and it’s very intuitive to go to every page.
It’s really fantastic, in a few clicks I can see almost everything. At any time during the season, I can go to each crop and see how much money I have spent. I don’t need to do my analysis in different places. Previously I did it in different Excel tables, but that took a lot of time.
I like that I see the big picture and also can drill down on each budget heading into details.
I can see that a lot of work has been done on Analysis tool. It gives very good overview about the business and fields – all of the data is in one place.
If I have 200 fields and I get different yield from them then I don’t know why. Then I start to think if the soil is different or something else. If I take eAgronom field comparison then I can instantly see why it’s like that.
The value of crop costs is that it gives a chance to evaluate what could be done better to reach the desired objectives. Both crops and fields analysis go hand in hand. It’s important to see costs per crop and also to see which fields give better results and which fields are the ones, that slow your business down.
UNDERSTAND YOUR CROP COSTS
- Get an overview of the main costs and revenue for each crop
- See how input costs build up
- Compare your financial plans with reality
- Decide whether extra operations are worth doing
- Understand if you’re over or under budget in each cost category
- Know how much you spend on machine operations
- Drill down to every single direct cost
ANALYSE YOUR PADDOCKS
- Compare paddocks by yield and gross margin
- Know your costs per paddock
- Decide which practices worked on paddocks and which didn’t
- Find production mistakes and ways to improve profitability
- Decide which paddocks need extra care
- Pay fair rent according to the quality of the paddock