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The Crop Planning Guides provide information that can help estimate the income and cost of production for different crops
Custom grazing is an arrangement in which one person provides the pasture, water and grazing management expertise for another person's livestock. Custom grazing is commonly done with stocker cattle, but can also involve cows with calves at side.
Use this guide to help you determine the value on your agricultural land.
Find guidelines for machine ownership, operating costs, custom and rental rates for farm machinery.
Discover tools available to help producers calculate economic costs and plan for their future.
Learn how to estimate the cost of producing various organic crops with the Saskatchewan Organic Crop Planning Guide.
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