Farm Management

Below is an index of the organic crop budgets prepared by RCE in cooperation with the Northeast Farm Management Committee. You may use these as a reference to calculate your own crop budget. Use the links below to jump to your section of interest.

The costs and returns of production information contained in the budgets is for illustrative purposes only. The appropriate choice of cultural practices and the proper use and application of fertilizers, chemicals, and equipment is the individual growers' responsibility. The trade or brand names given herein are supplied with the understanding that no discrimination is intended (against similar products not mentioned) and no endorsement by Rutgers University, the Northeast Farm Management Committee or their affiliated institutions is implied.

Field Crops | Fruits | Vegetables | Livestock

Field Crops

Table 63: Costs of Production for Corn for Grain
Table 64: Costs of Production for Corn for Silage
Table 65: Costs of Production for Alfalfa Hay (New Seeding)
Table 66: Costs of Production for Alfalfa Hay (Established Stand)
Table 67: Costs of Production for Soybeans
 

Fruits

Table 68: Costs of Production for Fresh Market Apples, Mature Trees - Years 8-20
 

Vegetables

Table 69: Costs of Production for Bell Pepper
Table 70: Costs of Production for Cabbage
Table 71: Costs of Production for Cauliflower
Table 72: Costs of Production for Cucumber
Table 73: Costs of Production for Leaf Lettuce
Table 74: Costs of Production for Yellow Onions
Table 75: Costs of Production for Pumpkins
Table 76: Costs of Production for Sweet Corn
Table 77: Costs of Production for Fresh Market Tomato
Table 78: Costs of Production for Processing Tomato
 

Livestock

Table 79: Costs and Returns for Dairy Goat - 1500 lbs Milk/Doe, 100 Doe Herd
Table 80: Costs and Returns for Dairy Goat - 1800 lbs Milk/Doe, 100 Doe Herd
Table 81: Costs and Returns for Dairy Goat - 2100 lbs Milk/Doe, 100 Doe Herd
Table 82: Costs and Returns for Spring Lamb, Per Ewe - 100 Ewe Flock

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