1 Estimated Costs of Crop Ag Decision Maker Production in Iowa File A1-20 The estimated costs of corn, corn silage, soybeans, alfalfa, and pasture maintenance in this report are based on data from several sources. They include the annual Iowa Farm Business Association record summaries, production and costs data from the Departments of Economics, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, and Agronomy at Iowa State University, and a survey of selected agricultural cooperatives and other input suppliers around the state. These cost estimates are representative of average costs for farms in Iowa. Very large or small farms may have lower or higher fixed costs per acre. Due to differences in soil potentials, quantity of inputs used, and other factors, production costs will vary from farm to farm. Price shifts for inputs can change production costs in both the short and long run. The data reflect average cost of purchased inputs and a return to land and labor resources, but do not provide a margin for profit or a return to management. They reflect production costs only, and do not include costs of storage. has been treated as a fixed cost because most labor on Iowa farms is supplied by the operator, family, or permanent hired labor. However, when deciding among alternative crops, labor should be considered a variable cost. The wage rate used here is $13.00 per hour. The hours assumed per crop are presented in the budgets. The hours per crop acre include not only the field work but also time for maintenance, travel, and other activities related to crop production. The land charge is based on rent equivalent. Owned land may require a greater or lesser cash outlay. In the short run, cash income must be sufficient to pay cash costs, including seed, fertilizer, chemicals, insurance, cash rent, and hired labor, as well as machinery fuel and repairs and interest on operating capital. In the long run, income should be sufficient to pay all costs of production for resources to be used in their most profitable alternative. Corn yields reflect rotation effects. Fertilizer rates have been adjusted to reflect current data on removal and application rates. Crop insurance costs reflect the mix of multiple peril, revenue, and hail insurance, as well as noninsured acres. Machinery costs reflect both new and used equipment. The machine operations assumed are based on the 2000 Crop Production Practices Survey conducted by the Iowa Agricultural Statistics Service. Further information on this survey can be obtained by contacting the author. The Estimated Machinery Costs table can be used to budget other tillage and harvesting systems. Estimates represent typical costs and are only intended to be guidelines. Actual costs will vary considerably and can be entered in the column for Estimates. Electronic spreadsheets for developing crop production budgets are available on the Ag Decision Maker website, iastate.edu/agdm. Budgets for alfalfa hay establishment with an oat companion crop and by direct seeding are included in this publication. Annual production costs for established alfalfa or alfalfa-grass hay as well as a budget for maintaining grass pastures are included. Additional pasture establishment budgets are published in Iowa State University Extension publication AG-96, Estimated Costs of Pasture and Hay Production or AgDM File A1-15. Two low-till budgets, one for corn and one for soybeans, are included. The major differences between the low-till and conventional budgets are the preharvest machinery, labor, herbicide, and seeding costs. The soybean budgets are for herbicide tolerant varieties. A strip-till budget is also included. FM 1712 Revised January 2015
2 Page 2 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Corn following Corn bu. per acre bu. per acre bu. per acre Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Estimate Preharvest Machinery $22.70 $24.00 $22.70 $24.00 $22.70 $24.00 $ Seed, Chemical, etc. Units Units Units $3.86 per 1000 k. 25,000 $ ,000 $ ,000 $ $ $0.47 per lb $0.48 per lb $0.41 per lb Lime (yearly cost) Herbicide Insecticide Crop insurance Miscellaneous Interest on preharvest Total $ $ $ $ Combine $19.00 $10.90 $19.00 $10.90 $19.00 $10.90 $ Grain cart Haul Dry (LP $1.60/gal.) Handle (auger) Total $40.44 $50.66 $42.59 $55.70 $44.73 $60.74 $ 2.85 $13.00 $37.05 $37.05 $37.05 $ Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ $ Per acre $ $ $ $ $ $ Yield: Per bushel $2.26 $2.78 $2.27 $2.65 $2.25 $2.54 bu./acre Total cost per acre $ $ $ $ Total cost per bushel $5.04 $4.93 $4.79 $ Chisel plow, tandem disk, apply N, field cultivate, plant, and spray. See the Estimated Machinery Costs table.
3 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Page 3 Corn following Soybeans bu. per acre bu. per acre bu. per acre Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Estimate Preharvest Machinery $19.10 $19.40 $19.10 $19.40 $19.10 $19.40 $ Seed, Chemical, etc. Units Units Units $3.86 per 1000 k. 25,000 $ ,000 $ ,000 $ $ $0.47 per lb $0.48 per lb $0.41 per lb Lime (yearly cost) Herbicide Crop insurance Miscellaneous Interest on preharvest Total $ $ $ $ Combine $19.00 $10.90 $19.00 $10.90 $19.00 $10.90 $ Grain cart Haul Dry (LP $1.60/gal.) Handle (auger) Total $42.05 $54.44 $44.19 $59.48 $46.34 $64.52 $ 2.6 $13.00 $33.80 $33.80 $33.80 $ Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ $ Per acre $ $ $ $ $ $ Yield: Per bushel $2.01 $2.23 $2.06 $2.17 $2.06 $2.12 bu./acre Total cost per acre $ $ $ $ Total cost per bushel $4.24 $4.23 $4.17 $ Apply N, tandem disk, field cultivate, plant, and spray. See the Estimated Machinery Costs table.
4 Page 4 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Corn Silage following Corn tons per acre tons per acre tons per acre Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Estimate Preharvest Machinery $22.70 $24.00 $22.70 $24.00 $22.70 $24.00 $ Seed, Chemical, etc. Units Units Units $3.86 per 1000 k. 28,750 $ ,500 $ ,250 $ $ $0.47 per lb $0.48 per lb $0.41 per lb Lime (yearly cost) Herbicide Insecticide Crop insurance Miscellaneous Interest on preharvest Total $ $ $ $ Silage harvester $29.80 $21.40 $29.80 $21.40 $29.80 $21.40 $ Haul Store silage (unloader) Total $64.51 $54.03 $69.46 $58.70 $72.77 $61.80 $ 5.0 $13.00 $65.00 $65.00 $65.00 $ Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ $ Per acre $ $ $ $ $ $ Yield: Per ton $18.06 $22.25 $17.92 $21.35 $18.17 $21.19 bu./acre Total cost per acre $ $ $1, $ Total cost per ton $40.31 $39.28 $39.36 $ Chisel plow, tandem disk, apply N, field cultivate, plant, and spray. See the Estimated Machinery Costs table.
5 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Page 5 Herbicide Tolerant Soybeans following Corn bu. per acre bu. per acre bu. per acre Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Estimate Preharvest Machinery $20.00 $20.60 $20.00 $20.60 $20.00 $20.60 $ Seed, Chemical, etc. Units Units Units $55.00 per 140 k. 140 $ $ $55.00 $ $0.48 per lb $0.41 per lb Lime (yearly cost) Herbicide Crop insurance Miscellaneous Interest on preharvest Total $ $ $ $ Combine $15.20 $8.40 $15.20 $8.40 $15.20 $8.40 $ Grain cart Haul Handle (auger) Total $23.67 $14.31 $23.96 $14.61 $24.25 $14.91 $ 2.25 $13.00 $29.25 $29.25 $29.25 $ Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ $ Per acre $ $ $ $ $ $ Yield: Per bushel $6.66 $4.32 $6.92 $4.03 $7.01 $3.81 bu./acre Total cost per acre $ $ $ $ Total cost per bushel $10.98 $10.96 $10.81 $ Chisel plow, tandem disk, field cultivate, plant, and two sprays. See the Estimated Machinery Costs table. Estimates do not include any insecticide or fungicide costs.
6 Page 6 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Strip Tillage Corn and Soybeans Corn Following Soybeans Herbicide Tolerant Soybeans Following Corn bu. per acre bu. per acre Fixed Variable Estimate Fixed Variable Estimate Preharvest Machinery $10.90 $11.10 $ $12.60 $12.20 $ Seed, Chemical, etc. Units Units $3.86 per 1000 k. 30,000 $ $ $55.00 per 140 k. 160 $62.90 $ $0.47 per lb $0.48 per lb $0.41 per lb Lime (yearly cost) Herbicide Crop insurance Miscellaneous Interest on preharvest Total $ $ $ $ Combine $19.00 $10.90 $ $15.20 $8.40 $ Grain cart Haul Dry (LP $1.60/gal.) Handle (auger) Total $44.19 $59.48 $ $23.96 $14.61 $ 2.3 $13.00 $29.90 $ 1.75 $13.00 $22.75 $ Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ $ Per acre $ $ Yield: $ $ Yield: Per bushel $1.99 $2.16 bu./acre $6.65 $4.30 bu./acre Total cost per acre $ $ $ $ Total cost per bushel $4.15 $ $10.94 $ Strip till, plant, and spray for corn. No-till drill, two sprays for soybeans. See the Estimated Machinery Costs table. Estimates do not include any insecticide or fungicide costs.
7 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Page 7 Non-Herbicide Tolerant Soybeans following Corn Soybeans Following Corn Drilled Soybeans Following Corn bu. per acre bu. per acre Fixed Variable Estimate Fixed Variable Estimate Preharvest Machinery $20.30 $20.90 $ $16.50 $16.10 $ Seed, Chemical, etc. Units Units $45.00 per 140 k. 130 $ $48.20 $ $0.48 per lb $0.41 per lb Lime (yearly cost) Herbicide Crop insurance Miscellaneous Interest on preharvest Total $ $ $ $ Combine $15.20 $8.40 $ $15.20 $8.40 $ Grain cart Haul Handle (auger) Total $23.96 $14.61 $ $23.96 $14.61 $ 2.45 $13.00 $31.85 $ 1.75 $13.00 $22.75 $ Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ $ Per acre $ $ Yield: $ $ Yield: Per bushel $6.98 $3.94 bu./acre $6.72 $4.07 bu./acre Total cost per acre $ $ $ $ Total cost per bushel $10.92 $ $10.80 $ Chisel plow, tandem disk, field cultivate, plant, cultivate, and spray. Tandem disk, field cultivate, drill, and spray for drilled soybeans. See the Estimated Machinery Costs table. Estimates do not include any insecticide or fungicide costs.
8 Page 8 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Low-till Corn and Soybeans Corn Following Soybeans Herbicide Tolerant Drilled Soybeans Following Corn bu. per acre bu. per acre Fixed Variable Estimate Fixed Variable Estimate Preharvest Machinery $15.50 $16.30 $ $12.20 $11.80 $ Seed, Chemical, etc. Units Units $3.86 per 1000 k. 30,000 $ $ $55.00 per 140 k. 160 $62.90 $ $0.47 per lb $0.48 per lb $0.41 per lb Lime (yearly cost) Herbicide Crop insurance Miscellaneous Interest on preharvest Total $ $ $ $ Combine $19.00 $10.90 $ $15.20 $8.40 $ Grain cart Haul Dry (LP $1.60/gal.) Handle (auger) Total $44.19 $59.48 $ $23.96 $14.61 $ 2.3 $13.00 $29.90 $ 1.75 $13.00 $22.75 $ Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ $ Per acre $ $ Yield: $ $ Yield: Per bushel $2.01 $2.19 bu./acre $6.64 $4.29 bu./acre Total cost per acre $ $ $ $ Total cost per bushel $4.20 $ $10.93 $ Apply N, cultivate, plant, and spray for corn. Disk, drill, and spray for soybeans. See the Estimated Machinery Costs table. Estimates do not include any insecticide or fungicide costs.
9 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Page 9 Oats and Hay Production - Seeding Year Costs Alfalfa-Grass Seeded Alfalfa Seeded with Oat Companion Crop with Herbicide Establishment Costs Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Estimate Preharvest Machinery Spray herbicide $2.20 $2.20 $ Tandem disk (2 times) $7.20 $ Spread fertilizer Harrow Seed (drill) Total preharvest machinery $15.10 $13.80 $17.30 $16.00 $ Seed 3/ Oats 2 bu. $20.28 $ Alfalfa 8 lb lb. $78.75 Bromegrass 6 lb Orchardgrass 3 lb Total seed cost $90.42 $78.75 $ Herbicide Lime (total cost for hay lifetime) $ hr. $ hr. $13.00 $ Total establishment costs $28.10 $ $30.30 $ $ Annual Costs Fixed Variable Fixed Variable One-Third of Established Costs $9.37 $48.41 $10.10 $50.52 $ (for establishment year) Fertilizer Nitrogen 60 lb. $27.94 $ Phosphorus 45 lb lb. $16.66 Potash 130 lb lb Total fertilizer $ $67.81 $ Insurance, oats $3.80 $ hr. $ hr. $39.00 $ Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ Oats: combine and haul grain $14.46 $8.35 $ rake, bale, and haul straw $ Alfalfa: mower-conditioner, rake, bale, and haul hay $42.93 $38.33 $ Total harvest cost $50.22 $39.03 $42.93 $38.33 $ Total fixed and $ $ $ $ $ Total cost per acre $ $ $ Assumes 80 bushels oat yield, one ton straw yield, and one ton per acre alfalfa yield from one cutting. Assumes two and a half tons per acre from two alfalfa cuttings with herbicide-assisted seeding. 3/ Omit oats from August seedings. Higher priced seed varieties or different seed mixtures could vary these costs by 1.2 to 2.0 times.
10 Page 10 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Annual Production Costs for Established Alfalfa or Alfalfa- Grass Hay Hay Production Level 4 tons per acre 6 tons per acre Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Estimate One-third of establishment costs Machinery, seed, lime, labor and herbicide $9.37 $48.41 $10.10 $50.52 $ Annual fertilizer 3/ lbs/ton removed plus spreading and insurance $1.80 $ $3.60 $ $ Harvesting Costs: Large Round Bales 4/ Mower-conditioner, rake, baling, and hauling $64.83 $58.33 $87.60 $80.00 $ costs: 1.33 $13.00 per hour $52.00 $69.33 $ Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ Total fixed and variable cost using large round bales $ $ $ $ $ Fixed and variable cost per ton $65.25 $54.43 $56.27 $48.97 $ Total cost per acre $ $ $ Total cost per ton $ $ $ Harvesting Costs: Small Square Bales 4/ Mower-conditioner, rake, baling, haul, and stack $61.39 $54.65 $83.14 $75.23 $ costs: 2 hr./cutting $78.00 $ $13.00 per hour Cash rent equivalent $ $ $ Total fixed and variable cost using small square bales $ $ $ $ $ Fixed and variable cost per ton $70.89 $53.51 $61.31 $48.17 $ Total cost per acre $ $ $ Total cost per ton $ $ $ For harvest as silage, use machine cost estimates from the Estimated Machinery Costs table. Assumes alfalfa-grass seeded with oat companion crop. If alfalfa seeded with preplant herbicide, then use other costs (see previous page). 3/ For 6-ton yield goal, a split application of fertilizer is assumed. 4/ Harvest cost estimates assume 3 cuttings for 4 tons and 4 cuttings for 6 tons.
11 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Page 11 Maintaining Grass Pastures - Annual Cost per Acre Improved Improved Grass Grass-Legume 3/ Fixed Variable Fixed Variable Estimate Machinery Costs Spreading fertilizer $1.80 $1.70 $1.80 $1.70 $ Spraying herbicide Clipping weeds Total machinery cost $9.90 $8.20 $7.70 $6.00 $ Fertilizer and Herbicide $0.47 per lb. 80 lb. $37.25 $ $0.48 per lb. 30 lb lb. $14.28 $0.41 per lb. 40 lb Herbicide 5.70 Total fertilizer and herbicide $57.23 $30.65 $ Growing practices.5 $13.00 $6.50 $6.50 $ Fence maintenance 1 $ Total labor $19.50 $19.50 $ Cash rent equivalent $73.00 $86.00 $ Total annual cost $ $65.43 $ $36.65 $ Total annual cost per acre $ $ $ These are average rates and may vary with soil test and the level of management on a particular field. Different herbicide alternatives could vary this cost. Improved grass pastures assume a dominance of cool season grasses such as smooth bromegrass, orchardgrass, tall fescue or reed canarygrass. 3/ Improved grass-legume pasture assumed one-third of the forage is made up of red clover, birdsfoot trefoil, or alfalfa.
12 Page 12 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Estimated Machinery Costs The following cost estimates are for on-farm use, excluding labor. Depreciation is based on current replacement cost; interest is based on average market rates. Fixed costs will be greater for newer machinery. If annual machine use is greater than that assumed, fixed costs per acre will be lower, and vice versa. Hauling costs are based on a round trip of one mile. Remember these are estimates and they should not take the place of accurate recordkeeping. Diesel fuel is estimated to cost $2.70 per gallon, delivered to the farm in bulk. Fixed Cost per Acre Variable Cost Hours of Use (depreciation, interest, per Acre Operation Assumed per Year insurance, housing) (fuel, oil, repairs) Subsoiling (V-ripper) 120 $5.80 $8.20 Moldboard plow Chisel plow Chop stalks Tandem disk Offset disk Peg tooth harrow Sprayer/disk Field cultivator Disk/Field cultivator Strip tiller Bulk fertilizer spreader NH3 applicator Chisel plow, NH3 applic Grain drill Broadcast seeder Planter No-till planter No-till drill Rotary hoe Cultivator Sprayer Combine corn Combine soybeans Combine small grain Haul grain (on farm) /bu /bu. Grain cart Store grain (auger) /bu /bu. Silage harvester Haul silage /ton 1.42 /ton Store silage (unloader) 0.40 /ton 0.13 /ton Rotary mower Mower-conditioner Rake Small square baler /cutting 6.30 /cutting Round baler Large square baler Windrower Forage chopper Haul small square bales /ton 3.54 /ton Haul large round bales /ton 3.33 /ton
13 Estimated Costs of Crop Production in Iowa Page 13 Estimated Crop Production Costs in Iowa, Corn following Corn Machinery $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Seed, chemicals, etc Total cost per acre Assumed yield 140 bu 145 bu 145 bu 145 bu 165 bu 165 bu 165 bu 165 bu 165 bu 165 bu Total cost per bushel $3.40 $3.53 $4.17 $5.10 $3.89 $4.50 $4.94 $5.03 $4.97 $4.93 Corn following Soybeans Machinery $97.39 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Seed, chemicals, etc Total cost per acre Assumed yield 155 bu 160 bu 160 bu 160 bu 180 bu 180 bu 180 bu 180 bu 180 bu 180 bu Total cost per bushel $2.83 $2.96 $3.48 $4.32 $3.40 $3.87 $4.23 $4.31 $4.29 $4.23 Soybeans following Corn Machinery $45.90 $46.76 $48.50 $55.80 $57.70 $72.70 $80.70 $80.70 $84.70 $79.17 Seed, chemicals, etc Total cost per acre Assumed yield 45 bu 50 bu 50 bu 50 bu 50 bu 50 bu 50 bu 50 bu 50 bu 50 bu Total cost per bushel $7.19 $6.73 $7.79 $9.81 $8.67 $9.45 $10.92 $10.95 $11.13 $10.96 Alfalfa Hay, annual production, 6 ton per acre, large round bales One-third of est. costs $36.83 $37.27 $46.23 $38.97 $54.28 $52.75 $52.48 $54.25 $58.17 $60.62 Annual fertilizer Harvest machinery Total cost per acre Assumed yield 6 ton 6 ton 6 ton 6 ton 6 ton 6 ton 6 ton 6 ton 6 ton 6 ton Total cost per ton $66.38 $64.97 $75.42 $ $83.86 $99.67 $ $ $ $ Starting 2010 corn yields adjusted. Soybean estimates are for herbicide tolerant varieties.... and justice for all The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Many materials can be made available in alternative formats for ADA clients. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 14th and Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC or call Issued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension work, Acts of May 8 and July 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Cathann A. Kress, director, Cooperative Extension Service, Iowa State University of Science and Technology, Ames, Iowa. Prepared by Alejandro Plastina extension economist , store.extension.iastate.edu
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