Farm management / Ronald D. Kay, William M. Edwards, Patricia A. Duffy.

By: Kay, Ronald D [Author]Contributor(s): Edwards, William M [Author] | Duffy, Patricia Ann, 1955- [Author]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: New York, NY. : McGraw Hill Education, 2016Edition: 8th edDescription: xiv, 466 p. : ill., photos., charts ; 24 cmISBN: 9780073400945 (alk. paper); 0073400947Subject(s): Farm management | Agriculture -- Economic aspects | Personnel management | Agricultural machineryDDC classification: RES 630.68
Partial contents:
PART I. MANAGEMENT : 1. Farm management now and in the future. - 2. Management and decision making.
PART II. MEASURING MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE : 3. Acquiring and organizing management information. - 4. The balance sheet and its analysis. - 5. The income statement and its analysis. - 6. Farm business analysis.
PART III. APPLYING ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES : 7. Economic principles: choosing production. - 8. Economic principles: choosing input and output combinations. - 9. Cost concepts in economics.
PART IV. BUDGETING FOR GREATER PROFIT : 10. Enterprise budgeting. - 11. Whole-farm planning. - 12. Partial budgeting. - 13. Cash flow budgeting.
PART V. IMPROVING MANAGEMENT SKILLS : 14. Farm business organization and transfer. - 15. Managing risk and uncertainty. - 16. Managing income taxes. - 17. Investment analysis. - 18. Enterprise analysis.
PART VI. ACQUIRING RESOURCES FOR MANAGEMENT : 19. Capital and credit. - 20. Land: control and use. - 21. Human resource management. - 22. Machinery management.
Summary: The eighth edition is designed to introduce students to the key concepts of how to effectively manage a farm business. This book provides students with the basic information needed to measure performance, financial progress, and the financial condition of the farm Business.
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Farm Business Management (MSc-SAM) Spring semester

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Includes index, glossay, and appendix.

PART I. MANAGEMENT : 1. Farm management now and in the future. - 2. Management and decision making.

PART II. MEASURING MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE : 3. Acquiring and organizing management information. - 4. The balance sheet and its analysis. - 5. The income statement and its analysis. - 6. Farm business analysis.

PART III. APPLYING ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES : 7. Economic principles: choosing production. - 8. Economic principles: choosing input and output combinations. - 9. Cost concepts in economics.

PART IV. BUDGETING FOR GREATER PROFIT : 10. Enterprise budgeting. - 11. Whole-farm planning. - 12. Partial budgeting. - 13. Cash flow budgeting.

PART V. IMPROVING MANAGEMENT SKILLS : 14. Farm business organization and transfer. - 15. Managing risk and uncertainty. - 16. Managing income taxes. - 17. Investment analysis. - 18. Enterprise analysis.

PART VI. ACQUIRING RESOURCES FOR MANAGEMENT : 19. Capital and credit. - 20. Land: control and use. - 21. Human resource management. - 22. Machinery management.

The eighth edition is designed to introduce students to the key concepts of how to effectively manage a farm business. This book provides students with the basic information needed to measure performance, financial progress, and the financial condition of the farm Business.

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