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Enterprise Budget Samples

Enterprise Budget Summaries


Information contained in budget samples reflect expected income and costs based on typical production practices and should only be used as a guide. Individuals should use farm records to identify values specific to their land productive capabilities and farming system when determining the potential costs and returns for their operations. Topics are listed below:



  • Production Activity, PDF, Excel
  • Cow-Calf – Spring Calving, 210 Day Weaning
  • Cow-Calf – Fall Calving, 285 Day Weaning
  • Meat Goats
  • Stockers – Steers, Small Grains Pasture
  • Stocker Goats – Male Kids, Native Pasture



  • Production Activity, PDF, Excel
  • Alfalfa Hay- Large Square Bale
  • Annual Forage – Sudan Hay, Large Round Bale
  • Barley – Low Tillage, Grain Only
  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries
  • Canola – Conventional
  • Canola – Roundup Ready
  • Corn – Conventional Tillage, Continuous
  • Corn – Conventional Tillage, Continuous, Irrigated
  • Corn – Low Till, Crop Rotation
  • Corn – Low Till, Crop Rotation, Irrigated
  • Corn – No Till, Continuous
  • Corn – No Till, Continuous, Irrigated
  • Corn – No Till Crop Rotation
  • Corn – No Till Crop Rotation, Irrigated
  • Corn Silage – Conventional Tillage, Continuous
  • Corn Silage – Low Till, Crop Rotation
  • Corn Silage – No Till, Continuous
  • Corn Silage – No Till, Crop Rotation
  • Cotton – Conventional Tillage, Continuous
  • Cotton – Conventional Tillage, Continuous, Irrigated
  • Cotton – Row Till, Continuous
  • Cotton – Row Till, Continuous, Irrigated
  • Grain Sorghum – Conventional Tillage, Continuous
  • Grain Sorghum – Low Till, Crop Rotation
  • Grapes – Chambourcin
  • Grapes – Cynthiana
  • Grapes – White Riesling
  • Improved Pecans
  • Native Pecans
  • Oats – Spring, Low Tillage, Grain Only
  • Peaches
  • Peanuts – Conventional Tillage
  • Peanuts – No Till
  • Peanuts – Row Till
  • Perennial Forage – Bermuda Hay, Large Round Bale
  • Perennial Forage – Bermuda Pasture
  • Rye – Low Tillage, Grain & Pasture
  • Soybeans – Conventional Tillage, Continuous
  • Soybeans – Low Till, Continuous
  • Soybeans – Low Till, Crop Rotation
  • Soybeans – No Till, Continuous
  • Soybeans – No Till, Crop Rotation
  • Sunflowers – No Till, Crop Rotation
  • Watermelon
  • Wheat – Conventional Tillage, Continuous, Grain & Pasture
  • Wheat – Conventional Tillage, Continuous, Grain & Pasture, Irrigated
  • Wheat – Low Till, Crop Rotation, Grain & Pasture
  • Wheat – Low Till, Crop Rotation, Grain & Pasture, Irrigated
  • Wheat – No Till, Continuous, Grain and Pasture
  • Wheat – No Till, Continuous, Grain & Pasture, Irrigated
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