Cost of production Milk



COPMilk

 


The cost of production (COP) is the costs associated with production divided by the number of units produced. This worksheet looks at three methods (per unit sold, residual claimant, equivalent production) commonly used to calculate the cost of production. Developed by Dr. Gary Frank, Emeritus Professor, Center for Dairy Profitability.



Corn Silage Adjusted Dry Matter Pricing



Cornsilage_DM

 


Spreadsheet for calculating Corn Silage Adjusted Dry Matter Pricing. Gregg Hadley, Center for Dairy Profitability. [NOTE: To adjust the spreadsheet to the typical corn silage dry matter percentage in your region, please enter that dry matter percentage in cell B4 of the spreadsheet].