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					         Iowa Agricultural Education Record Book System
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Income & Expense Log
 Print this blank template if you wish to maintain a handwritten record of income, expenses and hours. Periodically transfer these values to the "Dollars &
 Hours" file. Duplicate as needed.

               Project Code       I =Income      Invoice or                                         $ Value
            (Identify the SAE     E=Expense        Check                                         (Income or                                             Unpaid
  Date        project name.)         (Circle)      Number              Description                 Expense)      Quantity       Weight     Paid Hrs.     Hrs.

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Accounts Payable
 Use this worksheet to maintain a record of payments owed to others.
            This sheet provides a place to record Accounts Payable. Manually transfer these expenses to 1.Dollars&Hours when paid.
            (These values do not automatically transfer to the 1.Dollars&Hours file.)

                                                                                  $          -                    $            -
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                                                                                                       Date           Not Yet
                                                                                  Total $ Owed     Transferred     Transferred to
  Date       Items or Services Received       Payment Due To         Quantity
                                                                                   To Others         to Cash      Cash Expenses
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7/17/2010                                                            Appendix 1                                                      Accounts Payable
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7/17/2010   Appendix 1           Accounts Payable
Accounts Receivable
 Use this worksheet to maintain a record of payments owed to you by others.
            This sheet provides a place to record Accounts Receivable. Manually transfer income to 1.Dollars&Hours when received.
            (These values do not automatically transfer to the 1.Dollars&Hours file.)

                                                                                 $           -                   $            -
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  Date       Items or Services Provided      Payment Due From        Quantity     To You By                       Transferred to
                                                                                                    to Cash
                                                                                    Others                       Cash Income in
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7/17/2010                                                           Appendix 2                                                 Accounts Receivable
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7/17/2010   Appendix 2       Accounts Receivable
Average Daily Gain & Feed Efficiency Calculator
 Enter information in the yellow cells. The white cells will automatically calculate ADG and Feed Efficiency.
  This template will allow you to calculate up to six different groups of animals.


                                            1                  2                  3                  4                   5


Project Name                         Market Steers        Market Hogs
Number of Animals                                   1                    1
Date - First Day on Feed                     12/15/02              1/10/03
Total Weight - First Day on Feed                  675                   40
Date - Last Day on Feed                         7/15/03             5/5/03
Total Weight - Last Day on Feed                    1250                240
Total Pounds of Feed Fed                          2500                600
Total Days on Feed                                 212                115                   0                  0                   0                0
Total Lbs. of Gain                                 575                200                   0                  0                   0                0
Lbs. of Gain Per Head                              575                200             #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!             #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!
Average Daily Gain                                2.71               1.74             #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!             #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!
Feed Efficiency                                   4.35               3.00             #DIV/0!            #DIV/0!             #DIV/0!          #DIV/0!

   Average Daily Gain: This template calculates the average pounds of weight gained, by each animal, per day on feed.

   Feed Efficiency: The pounds of feed needed to produce one pound of gain.




   7/17/2010                                                             Appendix 3                                     Average Daily Gain/Feed Efficiency
    ** Copy this worksheet as needed to create additional agreements. (Edit Menu/Move or Copy Sheet/ then check "Create a Copy")

                                             Enter project name here
Entrepreneurship Agreement                                                                                           9/1/2003
                                         Enter Student Name here                                                       to
                  Percent Ownership: Enter % ownership here                                                        12/31/2004
     1. Project Description: kind, size, and duration




     2. List the names of all partners. Specify the role of partner(s). What will partners provide?




     3. What I will provide.




     4. How will profits be utilized? How will losses be managed? What % of the profits will I receive?




     5. What % of the income will my partners receive? How will the partner's profits be utilized?




     6. Other agreements: Insurance, marketing, record keeping responsibilities, etc.




We, the undersigned, indicate that we have read and understand the purpose and intent of this agreement.
      Signatures
    Approved by Agriculture Instructor:
        Approved by Parent/Guardian:
                  Approved by Partners:
                      Signed by Student:
                                                                                                 Entrepreneurship Agreement



7/17/2010                                                             B8                                                           Agreements
Placement or Internship
Training Agreement                           Enter Project Title Here                                             9/1/2003
                                             Enter Student Name Here                                                     to
       1. Occupational objective:                                                                                12/31/2004
       2. Supervisor's Name:
       3. Business Address:
       4. Business Phone Number:
       5. Supervisor's Name:
       6. Student's home phone no.:
"Initial" ALL Applicable Items
The student agrees to:
      Perform all assignments to the best of my ability.
      Be punctual, dependable, and loyal; and follow acceptable work procedures.
      Follow instructions, avoid unsafe acts, and be alert to unsafe conditions.
      Maintain records of the SAE program as required by the employer and instructor.
      Notify the employer prior to absence.
      Provide suitable clothing. I understand that some jobs may require special clothing.
      Discuss any work-related problems with the agriculture instructor before terminating the training agreement.
      Cooperate for the mutual benefit of all concerned.

The teacher-coordinator agrees to:
      Provide systematic instruction, at the school, enabling the student to better understand the training situation.
      Visit the student on the job for the purpose of supervision, and to enhance the learning experience.
      Work with the student, parents/guardians, and employer to provide the best possible training situation.
      Evaluate the student's performance periodically in cooperation with the student and the employer.
      Assist the student in identifying and recording "Agricultural Skills" learned during the experience.

The parent/guardian agrees to:
      Assist in promoting the value of the student's work experience by cooperating with the employer and instructor.
      Assume full responsibility for any action or happening pertaining to the student trainee from the time the student
      leaves school until reporting to and from the training station.
      Giver permission in allowing the student to participate in the supervised agricultural experience program.

The employer/supervisor agrees to:
      Provide the student with opportunities to learn a variety of industry-specific skills.
      Assign the student new responbilities only when judged able to handle them.
      Provide the student with the appropriate training required to learn how to perform the task.
      Train the student in all necessary safety procedures and protocols.
      Assist the teacher in making an honest appraisal of the student's performance.
      Recognize student safety as a top priority.
      Maintain the work area and equipment to provide a safe environment for the student-learner.
      Notify the parent/guardian immediately in the event of an accident, sickness or any serious problem.

All parties agrees to:
      Discuss misunderstandings or termination of employment before ending employment.
      A beginning wage of ______________ per hour.
      Wages after trial period of ____________ per hour. The trial period will be _______________ days.

We, the undersigned, indicate that we have read and understand the purpose and intent of this training agreement.
      Signatures
    Approved by Agriculture Instructor:
         Approved by Parent/Guardian:
    Approved by Employer/Supervisor:
                      Signed by Student:


                                                                                        Internship or Placement Agreement


7/17/2010                                                           B9                                                        Agreements
Improvement Project
Agreement                                 Enter project name here                                9/1/2003
                                          Enter Student Name here                                   to
                                                                                                12/31/2004
     1. Project Description: kind, size, and duration




     2. For whom is the work being done? Who pays associated expenses?




     3. What I will provide.




     4. What will others provide?




     5. What will be done with the final project? What is the expected outcome or use?




     6. Other agreements: Insurance, location of work, special arrangements, etc.




We, the undersigned, indicate that we have read and understand the purpose and intent of this agreement.
      Signatures
    Approved by Agriculture Instructor:
        Approved by Parent/Guardian:
                Approved by Partners:
                   Signed by Student:
                                                                              Improvement Project Agreement




7/17/2010                                                  B10                                               Agreements
Agriscience Project
Agreement                                 Enter project name here                                9/1/2003
                                          Enter Student Name here                                   to
                                                                                                12/31/2004
     1. Project Description: kind, size, and duration




     2. For whom is the work being done? Who pays associated expenses?




     3. What I will provide.




     4. What will others provide?




     5. What will be done with the final project? What is the expected outcome or use?




     6. Other agreements: Insurance, location of work, special arrangements, etc.




We, the undersigned, indicate that we have read and understand the purpose and intent of this agreement.
      Signatures
    Approved by Agriculture Instructor:
        Approved by Parent/Guardian:
                Approved by Partners:
                   Signed by Student:
                                                                                Agriscience Project Agreement




7/17/2010                                                  B11                                               Agreements
Agriscience Project: Expenses Paid by Others
 Agriscience Projects are projects for which the student is not paid for their time invested. The project(s) must
 include the acquisition of agricultural skills. Examples may include: original research, or agriscience fair
 projects. (When the student is paid for their time, the project should be classified as an internship or
 placement project.)

       Title:
 ** This worksheet is designed to record agriscience project expenses that were
 paid by someone other than the student.
  Log all student income or expenses on the "Income & Expenses Entries" worksheet.
  Hours are assumed to be UNPAID. If you receive payment for hours worked the SAE should be
  recorded as a Placement project.
                                                    Total Expenses NOT Paid by Student                      $0.00

    Date                            Description of Expense Item                                    $ Value




7/17/2010                                          Appendix 4                Agriscience Expenses Paid by Others
7/17/2010   Appendix 4   Agriscience Expenses Paid by Others
Amortization Calculator
                                                                                         Monthly
Enter Principal                  $          5,000                                        Payment
Enter % Interest                            8.00%                                    $       (226.14)
Enter No. of Months                             24                                   $        226.14


                                                           Total Principal Repaid    $         5,000
                                                               Total Interest Paid            $427.27
                                                Total Principal & Interest Paid             $5,427.27

                Beginning             Ending              Principal       Interest
Month of        Principal            Principal            Paid this      Paid this    Total Payment
Payment          Balance              Balance              Month           Month Total this Month
    1       $        5,000.00    $        4,807.20    $        192.80   $      33.33     $226.14
    2       $        4,807.20    $        4,613.11    $        194.09   $      32.05     $226.14
    3       $        4,613.11    $        4,417.73    $        195.38   $      30.75     $226.14
    4       $        4,417.73    $        4,221.04    $        196.68   $      29.45     $226.14
    5       $        4,221.04    $        4,023.04    $        198.00   $      28.14     $226.14
    6       $        4,023.04    $        3,823.73    $        199.32   $      26.82     $226.14
    7       $        3,823.73    $        3,623.08    $        200.64   $      25.49     $226.14
    8       $        3,623.08    $        3,421.10    $        201.98   $      24.15     $226.14
    9       $        3,421.10    $        3,217.77    $        203.33   $      22.81     $226.14
   10       $        3,217.77    $        3,013.09    $        204.68   $      21.45     $226.14
   11       $        3,013.09    $        2,807.04    $        206.05   $      20.09     $226.14
   12       $        2,807.04    $        2,599.62    $        207.42   $      18.71     $226.14
   13       $        2,599.62    $        2,390.81    $        208.81   $      17.33     $226.14
   14       $        2,390.81    $        2,180.61    $        210.20   $      15.94     $226.14
   15       $        2,180.61    $        1,969.01    $        211.60   $      14.54     $226.14
   16       $        1,969.01    $        1,756.00    $        213.01   $      13.13     $226.14
   17       $        1,756.00    $        1,541.57    $        214.43   $      11.71     $226.14
   18       $        1,541.57    $        1,325.71    $        215.86   $      10.28     $226.14
   19       $        1,325.71    $        1,108.42    $        217.30   $       8.84     $226.14
   20       $        1,108.42    $          889.67    $        218.75   $       7.39     $226.14
   21       $          889.67    $          669.46    $        220.21   $       5.93     $226.14
   22       $          669.46    $          447.79    $        221.67   $       4.46     $226.14
   23       $          447.79    $          224.64    $        223.15   $       2.99     $226.14
   24       $          224.64    $             -      $        224.64   $       1.50     $226.14
   25       $             -      $         (226.14)   $        226.14   $       0.00      $0.00
   26       $         (226.14)   $         (453.78)   $        227.64   $      (1.51)     $0.00
   27       $         (453.78)   $         (682.94)   $        229.16   $      (3.03)     $0.00
   28       $         (682.94)   $         (913.63)   $        230.69   $      (4.55)     $0.00
   29       $         (913.63)   $       (1,145.86)   $        232.23   $      (6.09)     $0.00
   30       $       (1,145.86)   $       (1,379.63)   $        233.78   $      (7.64)     $0.00
   31       $       (1,379.63)   $       (1,614.97)   $        235.33   $      (9.20)     $0.00
   32       $       (1,614.97)   $       (1,851.87)   $        236.90   $     (10.77)     $0.00
   33       $       (1,851.87)   $       (2,090.35)   $        238.48   $     (12.35)     $0.00
   34       $       (2,090.35)   $       (2,330.43)   $        240.07   $     (13.94)     $0.00
   35       $       (2,330.43)   $       (2,572.10)   $        241.67   $     (15.54)     $0.00
   36       $       (2,572.10)   $       (2,815.38)   $        243.28   $     (17.15)     $0.00



7/17/2010                                             Appendix 5                               Amortization Table
   37       $   (2,815.38)   $   (3,060.29)   $     244.91   $   (18.77)   $0.00
   38       $   (3,060.29)   $   (3,306.83)   $     246.54   $   (20.40)   $0.00
   39       $   (3,306.83)   $   (3,555.01)   $     248.18   $   (22.05)   $0.00
   40       $   (3,555.01)   $   (3,804.84)   $     249.84   $   (23.70)   $0.00
   41       $   (3,804.84)   $   (4,056.35)   $     251.50   $   (25.37)   $0.00
   42       $   (4,056.35)   $   (4,309.53)   $     253.18   $   (27.04)   $0.00
   43       $   (4,309.53)   $   (4,564.39)   $     254.87   $   (28.73)   $0.00
   44       $   (4,564.39)   $   (4,820.96)   $     256.57   $   (30.43)   $0.00
   45       $   (4,820.96)   $   (5,079.23)   $     258.28   $   (32.14)   $0.00
   46       $   (5,079.23)   $   (5,339.23)   $     260.00   $   (33.86)   $0.00
   47       $   (5,339.23)   $   (5,600.96)   $     261.73   $   (35.59)   $0.00
   48       $   (5,600.96)   $   (5,864.44)   $     263.48   $   (37.34)   $0.00
   49       $   (5,864.44)   $   (6,129.67)   $     265.23   $   (39.10)   $0.00
   50       $   (6,129.67)   $   (6,396.67)   $     267.00   $   (40.86)   $0.00
   51       $   (6,396.67)   $   (6,665.45)   $     268.78   $   (42.64)   $0.00
   52       $   (6,665.45)   $   (6,936.03)   $     270.57   $   (44.44)   $0.00
   53       $   (6,936.03)   $   (7,208.40)   $     272.38   $   (46.24)   $0.00
   54       $   (7,208.40)   $   (7,482.60)   $     274.19   $   (48.06)   $0.00
   55       $   (7,482.60)   $   (7,758.62)   $     276.02   $   (49.88)   $0.00
   56       $   (7,758.62)   $   (8,036.48)   $     277.86   $   (51.72)   $0.00
   57       $   (8,036.48)   $   (8,316.19)   $     279.71   $   (53.58)   $0.00
   58       $   (8,316.19)   $   (8,597.77)   $     281.58   $   (55.44)   $0.00
   59       $   (8,597.77)   $   (8,881.22)   $     283.45   $   (57.32)   $0.00
   60       $   (8,881.22)   $   (9,166.57)   $     285.34   $   (59.21)   $0.00




7/17/2010                                     Appendix 5                           Amortization Table
Animal Medication Records
Use this sheet to maintain a record of medications given to animals.
 Accurate medication records are important for maintaining proper animal health and ensuring safe food products.
 Be sure to enter the associated costs in the income and expenses section of the financial records.
 For more information about medication records refer to: Animal Production Food Safety CD-Rom, PQA and/or BQA references.
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            Individual Animal ID
  Date           or Group ID                     Medication                    Quantity        Dose                                                                       Slaughter       By:        Initials




   7/17/2010                                                                                Appendix 6                                                                          Animal Medication Records
7/17/2010   Appendix 6   Animal Medication Records
                                            * Use this template to create and print enterprise budgets. Duplicate
Budget Worksheet                            as needed.
Student Name:                  Jan Doe
Enterprise Budget for:         Swine - Market Hogs
Percent Ownership:
Record Book Year:                            to

Make this budget using amounts and prices based on records, experimental data, agricultural forecasts, and previous
productive enterprises. Use this budget as a guide in developing a business agreement which will be fair to all parties,
and help to determine the amount of cash, feed, supplies, etc. needed for the enterprise.


Expected Income (Receipts)                                        Number          $ Value    Your Value Others Value
   Value of Ending Inventory related to this enterprise.                                     $      -   $       -
   Value of products sold.                                                                   $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
                                            Total Income xxxxxxxxxx           $        -     $        -     $         -



Expected Expenses                                                 Number          $ Value    Your Value Others Value
   Value of Beginning Inventory related to this enterprise.                                  $      -   $       -
   Hired labor                                                                               $      -   $       -
   Building costs                                                                            $      -   $       -
   Equipment costs                                                                           $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
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   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
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   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
   Other: please specify (enter description here)                                            $      -   $       -
                                         Total Expenses xxxxxxxxxx            $        -     $        -     $         -

                                                              Net Income      $        -     $        -     $         -




   7/17/2010                                               Appendix 7                                Budget Worksheet
Cash Flow Summary                                    Enter Student Name Here                                      9/1/2003    to      12/31/2004
    Description           Jan      Feb      Mar          Apr        May          Jun        Jul          Aug       Sep       Oct          Nov       Dec
Entrepreneurship Income
                            1.00




   Entrepreneurship
              Totals        1.00     0.00     0.00         0.00       0.00          0.00          0.00     0.00       0.00     0.00          0.00     0.00

Placement Income
                            1.00




   Placement Totals         1.00     0.00     0.00         0.00       0.00          0.00          0.00     0.00       0.00     0.00          0.00     0.00

Personal Income
                            1.00




     Personal Totals        1.00     0.00     0.00         0.00       0.00          0.00          0.00     0.00       0.00     0.00          0.00     0.00

Money Borrowed

   Total Dollars
     Available              3.00     0.00     0.00         0.00       0.00          0.00          0.00     0.00       0.00     0.00          0.00     0.00




      7/17/2010                                                                Appendix 8                                                           Cash Flow
    Description          Jan       Feb      Mar      Apr      May        Jun        Jul          Aug      Sep      Oct      Nov      Dec
Entrepreneurship Expenditures
                            1.00




   Entrepreneurship
              Totals        1.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00

Placement Expenditures
                            1.00




   Placement Totals         1.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00

Personal Expenditures
                            1.00




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Principal + Interest
       Paid


 Total Dollars Used         3.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00
       Cash
 Difference/Month           0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00        0.00          0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00     0.00
  Cash Balance -
 Beginning of the
       Month               10.00    10.00    10.00    10.00    10.00       10.00     10.00        10.00    10.00    10.00    10.00    10.00
Cash Balance - End
   of the Month            10.00    10.00    10.00    10.00    10.00       10.00     10.00        10.00    10.00    10.00    10.00    10.00

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    7/17/2010   Appendix 8   Cash Flow
Surveyor's Measure                                        Weights
1 Link                         7.92 inches                1 gram                        .03527 ounce
1 Rod                          25 Links                   1 ounce                       28.35 grams
1 Chain                        4 Rods                     1 kilogram                    2.2046 pounds
1 Acre                         10 Sq. Chains              1 pound                       .4536 kilogram
1 Section                      640 Acres                  1 metric ton                  .98421 English ton
1 Township                     36 Sections                1 ton                         1.016 metric ton
                                                           1 cwt.                       100 lbs.
Square Measure
144 sq. inches                 1 sq. ft.                  Measure of Volume
9 sq. ft.                      1 sq. yd.                  1 cubic centimeter            0.061 cubic inch
160 sq. rds.                   1 acre                     1 cubic inch                  16.39 cubic centimeters
640 acres                      1 sq. mile                 1 cubic decimeter             0.0353 cubic foot
43,560 sq.ft.                  1 acre                     1 cubic foot                  28.317 cubic decimeters
                                                          1 cubic meter                 1.308 cubic meter
Cubic Measure                                             1 cubic yard                  0.7646 cubic meter
1728 cu. In.                   1 cu.ft.                   1 stere                       0.2759 cord
27 cu. In.                     1 cu.yd.                   1 cord                        3.624 steres
2 1/2 cu. Ft.                  1 bu.                      1 liter…0.908 quart dry       1.0567 quarts liquid
231 cu. In.                    1 bu. ear corn             1 quart dry                   1.101 liters
?????                          1 gal.                     1quart liquid                 0.9463 liter
Linear Measure                                            1 dekaliter…2.6417 gallons    1.135 pecks
12 in.                         1 ft.                      1 gallon                      0.3785 dekaliter
3 ft.                          1 yd.                      1 peck                        0.881 dekaliter
5 1/2 yds.                     1 rd.                      1 hektoliter                  2.8375 bushels
16 1/2 ft.                     1 rd.                      1 bushel                      0.3524 hektoliter
320 rods                       1 mile
5280 ft.                       1 mile                     Temperature
                                                          F = 9/5 C + 32
Liquid Measure                                            C = 5/9 ( F - 32 )
16 fl. Oz.                     1 pt.
2 pts.                         1 qt.                      Gestation Table
4 pts.                         1 gal                                                    Average Gestation Period
231 cu. In.                    1 gal                                                    Weeks       or     Days                Extremes ( days )
1 cu. Ft.                      7 1/2 gal.                 Sow                              16                  112                109 to 120
                                                          Ewe                              22                  150                146 to 157
Dry Measure                                               Cow                            40 1/2                283                240 to 311
2 pts.                         1 qt.                      Mare                           48 1/2                340                307 to 412
8 qts.                         1 pk.
4 pks.                         1 bu.                      Date Service                 Mare       Cow         Ewe          Sow
                                                          Jan. 1                       Dec. 7     Oct. 11     May. 31      Apr. 25
Legal Weights                                             Jan. 11                      Dec. 17 Oct. 21        June. 10     May. 5
Alfalfa                        60 lbs.                    Jan. 21                      Dec. 27 Oct. 31        June. 20     May. 15
Apples                         48 lbs.                    Jan. 31                      Jan. 6     Nov. 10     June. 30     May. 25
Barley (common)                48 lbs.                    Feb. 10                      Jan. 16 Nov. 20        July. 10     June. 4
Bluegrass                      14 lbs.                    Feb. 20                      Jan. 26 Nov. 30        July. 20     June.14
Bran                           20 lbs.                    Mar. 2                       Feb. 5     Dec. 10     July. 30     June. 24
Clover                         60 lbs.                    Mar. 12                      Feb. 15 Dec. 20        Aug. 9       July. 4
Ear Corn                       70 lbs.                    Mar. 21                      Feb. 25 Dec. 30        Aug. 19      July. 14
Shelled Corn                   56 lbs.                    Apr. 1                       Mar. 7     Jan. 9      Aug. 29      July. 24
Oats                           32 lbs.                    Apr. 11                      Mar. 17 Jan. 19        Sept. 8      Aug. 3
Potatoes                       60 lbs.                    Apr. 21                      Mar.27 Jan. 29         Sept. 18     Aug. 13
Rye                            56 lbs.                    May. 1                       Apr. 6     Feb. 8      Sept. 28     Aug. 23
Soybeans                       60 lbs.                    May. 11                      Apr. 16 Feb. 18        Oct. 8       Sept. 2
Sorghum                        50 lbs.                    May. 21                      Apr. 26 Feb. 28        Oct. 18      Sept. 12
Tomatoes                       50 lbs.                    May. 31                      May. 6 Mar. 10         Oct. 28      Sept. 22
Wheat                          60 lbs.                     June. 10                    May. 16 Mar. 20        Nov. 7       Oct. 2
                                                          June. 20                     May. 26 Mar. 30        Nov. 17      Oct. 12
Metric Equivalents                                        June.30                      June. 5 Apr. 9         Nov. 27      Oct. 22
Equivalents - Linear Measure                              July. 10                     June.15 Apr. 19        Dec. 7       Nov. 1
1 centimeter                   .3937 inches               July. 20                     June. 25 Apr. 29       Dec. 17      Nov. 11
1 inch                         2.54 centimeters           July. 30                     July. 5    May. 9      Dec. 27      Nov. 21
1 decimeter ...3.937 inches    .328 foot                  Aug. 9                       July. 15 May. 19       Jan. 6       Dec. 1
1 foot                         3.048 decimeter            Aug. 19                      July. 25 May. 29       Jan. 16      Dec. 11
1 meter...39.37 inches         1.0936 yards               Aug. 29                      Aug. 4     June. 8     Jan. 26      Dec. 21
1 yard                         .9144 meter                Sept. 8                      Aug. 14 June. 18       Feb. 5       Dec. 31
1 dekameter                    1.9884 rods                Sept.18                      Aug. 24 June. 28       Feb. 15      Jan. 10
1 rod                          .5029 dekameter            Sept. 28                     Sept. 3 July. 8        Feb. 25      Jan. 20
1 kilometer                    .62137 mile                Oct. 8                       Sept. 13 July. 18      Mar. 7       Jan. 30
1 mile                         1.6093 kilometers          Oct. 18                      Sept. 23 July. 28      Mar. 17      Feb. 9
                                                          Oct. 28                      Oct. 3     Aug. 7      Mar. 27      Feb. 19
Square Measure                                            Nov. 7                       Oct. 13 Aug. 17        Apr. 6       Mar. 1
1 square centimeter            .1559 square inch          Nov. 17                      Oct. 23 Aug. 27        Apr. 16      Mar. 11
1 square inch                  6.452 square centimeters   Nov. 27                      Nov. 2     Sept. 6     Apr. 26      Mar. 21
1 square decimeter             .1076 square foot          Dec. 7                       Nov. 12 Sept. 16       May. 6       Mar. 31
1 square foot                  9.2903 square decimeter    Dec. 17                      Nov. 22 Sept. 26       May. 16      Apr. 10
1 square meter                 1.196 square yards         Dec. 27                      Dec. 2     Oct. 6      May. 26      Apr. 20
1 square yard                  .8361 square meter         Duration and frequency of heat in farm animals in regular condition
1 acre                         160 square rods
1 square rod                   .00625 acre                                              In heat for           If not impregnated heat will recur in
1 hectare                      2.47 hectare               Mares                         4-5 Days*             3 to 6 Weeks
1 acre                         .4047 hectare              Cows                          12-24 Hours*          3 to 4 Weeks
1 square kilometer             .386 square mile           Ewes                          1-2 Days              17 to 28 Days
1 square mile                  2.59 square kilometer      Sows                          3-4 Days              21 Days
                                                          *Subject to Variation                                          Conversion Tables
Credit Record             Enter Student Name Here
Loan #1                                                9/1/2003         to         12/31/2004
              Lender:
       Loan Purpose:
     Date Originated:
   Amount of Principal:
        Interest Rate:
               Terms:
                                                                                        Unpaid
                                                                                       Principal
      Date Paid            Interest Paid     Principal Paid       Total Payment         Balance
     xxxxxxxxxxxxx          xxxxxxxxxxxxx      xxxxxxxxxxxxx       xxxxxxxxxxxxx   $               -
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                           Total Principal     Total Interest      Total Cost of
                                 Paid              Paid                Loan
                          $             -    $              -     $           -




7/17/2010                                          Appendix 9.24                                       Credit Record
Loan #2
              Lender:
       Loan Purpose:
     Date Originated:
   Amount of Principal:
        Interest Rate:
               Terms:
                                                                                      Unpaid
                                                                                     Principal
      Date Paid            Interest Paid     Principal Paid     Total Payment         Balance
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                                 Paid              Paid              Loan
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7/17/2010                                          Appendix 9.25                                     Credit Record
Loan #3
              Lender:
       Loan Purpose:
     Date Originated:
   Amount of Principal:
        Interest Rate:
               Terms:
                                                                                      Unpaid
                                                                                     Principal
      Date Paid            Interest Paid     Principal Paid     Total Payment         Balance
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                                 Paid              Paid              Loan
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7/17/2010                                          Appendix 9.26                                     Credit Record
Loan #4
              Lender:
       Loan Purpose:
     Date Originated:
   Amount of Principal:
        Interest Rate:
               Terms:
                                                                                      Unpaid
                                                                                     Principal
      Date Paid            Interest Paid     Principal Paid     Total Payment         Balance
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                                 Paid              Paid              Loan
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7/17/2010                                          Appendix 9.27                                     Credit Record
** Copy this worksheet as needed to create additional invoices. (Edit Menu/Move or Copy Sheet/ then check "Create a Copy")

   INVOICE                                                                                  Invoice Date:           7/17/2010


   Business:         Enter Student's Business Name Here
   Customer:         Enter customer name and address here.
   Address:
   CSZ:
   Phone:

        Date                            Item Description                                   Quantity              Amount Owed




                                                                                                       Total                 $0.00

   Remit to:        Enter Student's Business Name Here
                    Enter Student's Address Here
                    Enter Student's City, State Zip Here                                            Phone: Student's Phone

   Comments:




   Please deliver payment within 10 business days.                                             Thank you for your business!



7/17/2010                                                 Appendix 10.28                                           Customer Invoice
   INVOICE                                                   Invoice Date:       7/17/2010


  Business:    Enter Student's Business Name Here
  Customer:    Enter customer name and address here.
  Address:
  CSZ:
  Phone:

      Date                    Item Description              Quantity           Amount Owed




                                                                       Total             $0.00

  Remit to:    Enter Student's Business Name Here
               Enter Student's Address Here
               Enter Student's City, State Zip Here               Phone: Student's Phone

  Comments:




  Please deliver payment within 10 business days.              Thank you for your business!




7/17/2010                                  Appendix 10.29                       Customer Invoice
   INVOICE                                                   Invoice Date:       7/17/2010


  Business:    Enter Student's Business Name Here
  Customer:    Enter customer name and address here.
  Address:
  CSZ:
  Phone:

      Date                    Item Description              Quantity           Amount Owed




                                                                       Total             $0.00

  Remit to:    Enter Student's Business Name Here
               Enter Student's Address Here
               Enter Student's City, State Zip Here               Phone: Student's Phone

  Comments:




  Please deliver payment within 10 business days.              Thank you for your business!




7/17/2010                                  Appendix 10.30                       Customer Invoice
Iowa Farm Custom Rate Survey
        Use the following link as a guide to determining custom rates paid for farm machinery.


        http://www.extension.iastate.edu/Publications/FM1698.pdf


Also check: Ag Decision Maker files
        Ag Decision Maker offers useful budget templates and technical resources.

        http://www.extension.iastate.edu/agdm/
Individual Milk Production Summary                                                                                              Duplicate as needed.
           Cow Name:
         Cow Number:
                                                                                                                                      305-2X-MF
                                                                                                 Value of              Income
             Age at             Freshening            Days in                                     Milk                   Over
Lactation    Calving   Days Dry    Date    Dry Date   Lactation   Lbs. Milk   % Fat   Lbs. Fat   Product    Feed Cost Feed Cost Lbs Milk    Lbs. Fat
   1st
  2nd
  3rd
   4th
   5th
   6th
   7th
   8th
   9th
  10th
  Attach DHIA Records as available.
           Cow Name:
         Cow Number:
                                                                                                                                      305-2X-MF
                                                                                                 Value of              Income
             Age at             Freshening            Days in                                     Milk                   Over
Lactation    Calving   Days Dry    Date    Dry Date   Lactation   Lbs. Milk   % Fat   Lbs. Fat   Product    Feed Cost Feed Cost Lbs Milk    Lbs. Fat
   1st
  2nd
  3rd
   4th
   5th
   6th
   7th
   8th
   9th
  10th
  Attach DHIA Records as available.
  7/17/2010                                                           Appendix 11                                 Individual Milk Production Summary
Death Loss
  Use this template to record losses of livestock or crops.
   Note: These values are not cash expenses, so these values are not transferred to the "Dollars & Hours"
   file. However, these values do represent lost revenue and/or inventory, and you should analyze the
   overall effect of these losses on your operation's profitability.

                                                                                 Total $         -
                                                                                       Estimated $
    Date           Description of Loss        Quantity        Description of Cause     Value of Loss




7/17/2010                                       Appendix 12                                 Animal Death Loss
Depreciation Schedule Calculator
This sheet calculates a depreciation schedule for depreciable items purchased during this record year.
Depreciation is the decrease in value which occurs regardless of repair and maintenance.
This table calculates depreciations using the mid-year straight-line method.
Select the appropriate year calculator and enter the appropriate information in the yellow cells.

When completed, print the schedule for your records. (Delete the information and enter new information to create additional schedules.)

                                                            3 Yr Schedule                               5 Yr Schedule                7 Yr Schedule                  10 Yr Schedule
                                                              Calculator                                  Calculator                   Calculator                      Calculator
                       Date Acquired
                  Description of Item
                        New or Used
                    Acquisition Cost
       Ending Value After Useful Life
           Amount to be Depreciated $                                                  -            $                     -     $                         -     $                      -
                  Years of Useful Life                                 3                                       5                               7                               10
   No. of Years Depreciation is Taken                                  4                                       6                               8                               11
                                                     Depreciation           Remaining           Depreciation        Remaining   Depreciation        Remaining   Depreciation     Remaining
                                                        Taken              Book Value              Taken           Book Value      Taken           Book Value      Taken        Book Value
                                       1st Year      $        -            $        -           $        -         $        -   $        -         $        -   $        -      $       -
                                      2nd Year       $        -            $        -           $        -         $        -   $        -         $        -   $        -      $       -
                                       3rd Year      $        -            $        -           $        -         $        -   $        -         $        -   $        -      $       -
                                       4th Year      $        -            $        -           $        -         $        -   $        -         $        -   $        -      $       -
                                       5th Year         xxxxxx                xxxxxx            $        -         $        -   $        -         $        -   $        -      $       -
                                       6th Year         xxxxxx                xxxxxx            $        -         $        -   $        -         $        -   $        -      $       -
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                                       9th Year         xxxxxx                xxxxxx               xxxxxx             xxxxxx       xxxxxx             xxxxxx    $        -      $       -
                                      10th Year         xxxxxx                xxxxxx               xxxxxx             xxxxxx       xxxxxx             xxxxxx    $        -      $       -
                                      11th Year         xxxxxx                xxxxxx               xxxxxx             xxxxxx       xxxxxx             xxxxxx    $        -      $       -




     7/17/2010                                                                                          Appendix 13                                                  Depreciation Schedule
Efficiencies - Write your own formulas to calculate applicable efficiencies.                               Use the area below to
     (Note: Reminder - The word "Per" means divide.)
Animal Production - Common Efficiency Factors
Gain: Increase in weight over the beginning weight or purchase weight.
Example: Assume you purchased 20 head of 40 pound feeder pigs and raised them to 240 pounds. At market
time you sold a total of 4800 lbs., but the pigs already weighed 40 pounds each when you purchased them.
Gain would equal final weight of 4800 minus the beginning weight of 800 lbs.
    Gain= Ending Weight minus Beginning Weight

Feed Efficiency: Pounds of feed fed to produce one pound of weight gain.
   Total Pounds of Feed Fed             Ex. 9690 lbs. feed       = 2.9187 lbs. feed/pound of gain
   Total Pounds of Gain                     3320 lbs. gain

Feed Cost Per Pound of Gain: Cost of the feed required to produce one pound of gain.
   Total Feed Cost                     Ex. $775.55 feed           = $ 0.2336 feed/ pound of gain
   Total Lbs. of Gain                       3320 lbs. gain

Total Cost Per Pound of Gain: Cost of all inputs required to produce one pound of gain.
    (or Breakeven Cost Per Pound of Gain)
    Total Expenses                     Ex. $1500 total costs        = $ 0.375 per pound
    Total Lbs. of Gain                       4000 lbs. gain
Crop Production - Common Efficiency Factors
Bushels Per Acre: Valuable for analyzing overall productivity.
   Total Bushels                      Ex.   $6781.60 total costs     = $1.96 per bu.
   Total Acres                              3460 bushels

Herbicide Cost Per Acre: Valuable for analyzing herbicide input costs.

   Total Cost of Herbicide(s)
   Total Acres

Breakeven Price Per Bushel: Selling price needed to breakeven.
   Total Expenses
   Total Bushels

Financial Analysis - Common Efficiency Factors
Return Per $100 Invested: Valuable in analyzing return on investment.
   (Total Income / Total Expenses) X 100        Ex.     ($1500/$1000) X 100 = $150 per $100 Invested

Percent Return on Investment: How effectively is your money working for you?
   ((Total Income / Total Expenses) - 1) X 100

   Ex.          $   1,200 = 1.2 --->   1.2-1 = .20 --->   .20 X 100 = 20 % Return on Investment
                $   1,000

   Note: Placing your money in a savings account would typically return 1% to 6 % ROI
Use the area below to write your own formulas.
Field or Plot Layout:           Use this sheet to create a rough drawing.

   Identiification or Location:

   Scale: 1 square =                  ?         ft. tall by          ?   ft. wide


   Example: To clear example…highlight all cells, then EDIT, CLEAR, ALL.

                                                                                    Corn




                                                                                    Soybeans




   Planting Information:
      Planting Date
      Row Width
      Varieties Used
      Planting Depth
      Soil Temperature
      Planting Rate (Seeds/acre)

   Soil Test Data:
       Date of Last Soil Test
       Recommendations               N                               P                     K

                                   Lime                                      Trace Minerals

                                                                             Organic Matter

       Other Comments

   Weather Comments:
     Damaging Storms
                                                     Stage of Growth
       Damaging Storms
                                                     Stage of Growth
       Damaging Storms
                                                     Stage of Growth
       Rainfall in Inches
      April            May               June                 July           August            Sept.

   Harvest Data:
      Harvest Date
      % Moisture at Harvest
      Other Comments



7/17/2010                                               Appendix 14                             Field or Plot Layout
Gestation Calculator
             Below, enter the date            Estimated date of
              the female was bred                 parturition
Sow                        1/1/04                      4/22/04
Ewe                        1/1/04                      5/30/04
Cow                        1/1/04                    10/10/04
Mare                       1/1/04                      12/6/04


Gestation Information
Average Gestation Period
                 Weeks                 or        Days              Extremes ( days )
Sow                16                            112                  109 to 120
Ewe                22                            150                  146 to 157
Cow               40 1/2                         283                  240 to 311
Mare              48 1/2                         340                  307 to 412

Estrus
                                            If not impregnated heat will
                         In heat for                   recur in
Mares                    4-5 Days*                  3 to 6 Weeks
Cows                 12-24 Hours*                   3 to 4 Weeks
Ewes                     1-2 Days                  17 to 28 Days
Sows                     3-4 Days                       21 Days
 *Subject to Variation




7/17/2010                                                   Appendix 15                Gestation Calculator
Growing Degree Days & Rainfall Record
                                 Min. Temp. + Max. Temp.
                          (                 2                 ) - 50 = GDD
                        0.25                                    Total To Date      5
                                 Enter the    Enter the                         Growing
              Precipitation     Daily Low     Daily High Adjusted Adjusted      Degree
   Date         in Inches       Temerature   Temperature   Min.       Max.        Days
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Improvement Project: Expenses Paid by Others
 Improvement Projects are projects for which the student is not paid for their time invested. The project(s)
 must include the acquisition of agricultural skills. Examples may include: restoration of antique farm
 equipment for another person, home improvement, or community service projects. (If a student is paid for
 their time the project is an internship or placement project.)

       Title:
 ** This worksheet is designed to record improvement project expenses that were
 paid by someone other than the student.
  Log all student income or expenses on the "Income & Expenses Entries" worksheet.
  Hours are assumed to be UNPAID. If you receive payment for hours worked the SAE should be
  recorded as a Placement project.
                                                   Total Expenses NOT Paid by Student                    $0.00

    Date                           Description of Expense Item                                   $ Value




7/17/2010                                        Appendix 17     Improvement Project: Expenses Paid by Others
7/17/2010   Appendix 17   Improvement Project: Expenses Paid by Others
Animal Production Record
                 Use columns as applicable.
                 Edit column titles to meet your specific needs.


                                                                                 Offspring #
                                                                                                                               Adjusted        Comments -
                      Date                                                        (M=Male;                                     205 day         death loss,
                 Age Exposed                Repeat                               F=Female)                     Wean - Wean -   wt or 21        breeding or
Animal Name or    of    or    Service       Service   Sire-2nd            Date                   ID   Birth     ing    ing     day litter         health
    Number       Dam Serviced   Sire         Date      Service Due Date   Born     M     F     Number Weight    Date Weight       wt.         problems, etc.




    7/17/2010                                                             Appendix 18                                                       Production Record
7/17/2010   Appendix 18   Production Record
7/17/2010   Appendix 18   Production Record
Self Labor Record
 Use this worksheet to record hours invested in your personal entrepreneurship projects.
            Note: Unpaid hours invested working on your personal entrepreneurship projects MAY
            NOT be counted toward the Iowa FFA Degree or the American FFA Degree. (If you own
            the project, it should be categorized as entrepreneurship.)
            However, you may find this record useful to help you evaluate the return on your personal
            time invested.

                                                           Total Self Labors Hours           0
  Date      Type of Work Conducted                                                         Hours




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