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B.C. Milk Marketing Board

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									               B.C. Milk Marketing Board
         The following “Guide” describes the information shown on BCMMB Monthly Producer
                        Statement and explains the method of calculations used.
                          PLEASE KEEP THIS GUIDE FOR FUTURE USE.
Item #
1)a    Current Month TPQ: The figure shown is your current TPQ. No calculation is required.
1)b    Minimum Daily TPQ is: Your TPQ at the start of the dairy year, multiplied by .80 (eighty percent) divided by 365 days (366
       in a leap year). In subsequent months (after August) Minimum Daily TPQ is Unused Min. shown in 2)c. divided by the
       number of days remaining in the dairy year.
                 If TPQ is increased or decreased during the dairy year, then for the remaining days in the dairy year, the figure
                 calculated above is increased or decreased as follows:
                                The number of kilograms of the TPQ increase or decrease is multiplied by .80 (eighty percent) and
                                divided by the number of days in the dairy year and multiplied by the number of days remaining in the
                                dairy year.
1)c    Maximum Daily TPQ average is: Total Unused TPQ (shown in 2i) divided by the number of days remaining in the dairy
       year.
1)d    Butterfat Test for current month is: your actual butterfat test for the production month. It is also shown on line 14)a under
       Producer Actual Tests.
2)     ALLOWABLE DAILY PRODUCTION (EST).is: Total Unused TPQ, shown in 2)i, divided by the number of days
       remaining in dairy year, divided by your actual butterfat test for the month to which the statement refers and shown in both 1)d
       and on line 14)a, and multiplied by 100.
2)a    Minimum TPQ is: current TPQ multiplied by .80 (eighty percent) at the beginning of the dairy year adjusted for quota
       transactions throughout the year.
2)b    Used Minimum TPQ is: each month of the dairy year, each producer uses, or is deemed to use, the Minimum Daily TPQ
       shown in 1)b multiplied by the Days Shipped shown in 15)f. Used Minimum TPQ is the (YTD) total.
2)c    Unused Minimum TPQ is: Minimum TPQ shown in 2)a minus Used Minimum TPQ shown in 2)b.
2)d    Margin TPQ is: current TPQ shown in 1)a and 2)g multiplied by .20 (twenty percent), adjusted for TPQ transactions.
2)e    Used Margin is: the YTD accumulated kilograms of milk delivered in excess of the YTD ( Minimum daily TPQ multiplied
       by the Days shipped each month).
2)f    Unused Margin is: Margin shown in 2)d minus Used Margin shown in 2)e.
2)g    Total TPQ is: Minimum TPQ shown in 2)a plus Margin TPQ shown in 2)d.
2)h    Total Used TPQ is: Used Minimum TPQ shown in 2)b plus Used Margin shown in 2)e.
2)i    Total Unused TPQ is: Unused Minimum TPQ shown in 2)c plus Unused Margin shown in 2)f.
2)l    Deemed TPQ is: Your deemed production of butterfat, if you shipped milk with a butterfat test below the established
       minimum level.
2)m    Deemed TPQ YTD is: Your year-to-date deemed production of butterfat from line 2)l.
2)n    Minimum Butterfat Test is: The Minimum butterfat test level for the month (no value shown if above the minimum).
3)a    YTD Over-TPQ BF is: Your YTD production of kilograms of butterfat in excess of your Allowable Minimum TPQ plus
       your delivery of one hundred percent (100%) of Margin TPQ.
3)b    YTD Over-TPQ PT is: Your YTD kilograms of protein in the milk associated with your YTD Over-TPQ BF.
3)c    YTD Over-TPQ O/S is: Your YTD kilograms of other solids in the milk associated with your YTD Over-TPQ BF.
4)     Sales/Purchase/Allotment or Swap of Used TPQ is: This line shows your Used TPQ transactions for the current dairy year
       and your resulting TPQ effective next August 1st.
5)a    Butterfat Kilograms & Deemed Kgs This line shows: deemed TPQ Butterfat kilograms shipped, if any; Within TPQ
       Butterfat kilograms for payment purposes; Within TPQ Butterfat per kilogram Price; your payment for kilograms of butterfat
       for the month and YTD butterfat payment.
5)b    Protein Kilograms This line shows: Within TPQ kilograms of Protein shipped; Within TPQ Protein Payment Price; your
       payment for kilograms of Protein for the month and YTD Protein payment.
5)c    Other Solids Kilograms This line shows: Within TPQ kilograms of Other Solids shipped; Within TPQ Other Solids Payment
       Price; your payment for kilograms of Other Solids for the month and YTD Other Solids payment.
5)d    Butterfat Kgs at Over TPQ is: If you have used all of your TPQ Margin and are therefore delivering over-TPQ milk, this
       line shows the kilograms of over-TPQ butterfat; the over-TPQ Butterfat Price for the month; the over-TPQ Butterfat Price
       payment for the month and the YTD payment.
5)e    This line shows the same information as 5)d but relative to the Over-TPQ kilograms of protein paid at Over-TPQ price.
5)f    This line shows the same information as 5)d but relative to the Over-TPQ kilograms of other solids paid at Over-TPQ price.
5)g    Gross Pay This line shows: the gross payment for all milk delivered during the production month, and the total year to date
       gross payment.
6)a    SNF Protein Levy / Credits is: the kilograms of SNF Protein for the current month and YTD, these amounts will either be a
       Levy (negative amount) or a Credit (positive amount). The final two boxes show the current month and YTD financial penalty
       (negative amount) or refund of previous penalty (positive amount).
6)b    SNF Other Solids Levy /Credits is: the kilograms of SNF Others Solids for the current month and YTD, these amounts will
       either be a Levy (negative amount) or a Credit (positive amount). The final two boxes show the current month and YTD
       financial penalty (negative amount) or refund of previous penalty (positive amount).
7)a    SCC Count is: the Somatic Cell Count from the lab test performed during the month. The count must be at or below 250,000
       to qualify for a bonus.
7)b    PLC Count is: the Plate Loop Count from the lab test performed during the month. The count must be at or below 10,000 to
       qualify for a bonus.
7)c    Quality Bonus Paid is: calculated if both SCC and PLC counts are below the limits above and have no litres of non-qualifying
       milk during the month. The payment is based on Milk Shipped for the month multiplied by the rate per 100 litres, shown on
       line 7)c.

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8)a
               B.C. Milk Marketing Board
       Base Freight Rate is: Milk Shipped for month as shown on line 8)a multiplied by the rate per 100 litres, shown on line 8)a.
8)b    Less:Train Access/Volume Discount is: Milk Shipped for month as shown on line 8)b multiplied by the rate per 100 litres,
       shown on line 8)b. You qualify for a $0.15/hl discount if your yard is train accessible a further discount of $0.15/hl if your
       volume is greater than 100,000 litres and less than 200,000 litres, and a further discount if your volume is greater than 200,000
       litres.
8)c    Plus Stop Charge is: the number of times your milk was picked up during the month as shown on line 8)c multiplied by the
       rate shown on line 8)c.
8)d    Plus Every Day Pickup Charge (if applicable) is: number of times your milk was picked up during the month as shown on
       line 8)c divided by 2 and multiplied by the rate shown on line 8)d.
8)e    Over Quota Freight is: If you have shipped over-quota milk then you will see a calculation for the Over-Quota freight which
       is the amount of litres over-quota multiplied by the over-quota freight rate for your region per 100 litres.
8)f    Net Freight Deduction is: the freight deduction for the month before GST (calculated on line 8)g). This is the sum of 8
       a,b,c,d,&e.
8)g    GST on Freight Deduction is: 7% of the amount shown on line 8)f.
8)h    Total Freight Deduction is: line 8)f plus 8)g.
9)a    BCMMB Administration Fee is: Milk Shipped for month as shown on line 15)b multiplied by the rate per 100 litres, shown
       on line 9)a.
9)b    DIDC Promotion (BCDF & DFC) and Association Levy fee is: is your total TPQ production litres, multiplied by the rate
       per 100 litres shown on line 9)b for the Promotion Levies, plus the Association Levy .
9)c    DIDC Promotion Levy (DFC.) is: manufactured milk litres as shown on line 15)l multiplied by the rate per 100 litres shown
       on line 9)c.
9)e(i) Marketing Costs/Losses Levy Rebate – Enviro & Shrink is: within TPQ Milk Shipped for month as shown on line 9)e(i)
       multiplied by the rate per 100 litres, shown on line 9)e(i).
9)f    Vendor Default Levy is: Milk Shipped for the month as shown on line 9)f multiplied by the rate per 100 litres, shown on line
       9)f.
9)g    GST on Levies is: GST on dollar amounts subject to GST shown on lines 9)a to 9)f.
9)h    Total Levies is: total of the dollar amounts shown on lines 9)a to 9)g.
10)a   Advance Payment is: the amount that was paid for the first 15 days production of the month. This line also shows the
       Advance for the following month. The Advance for the following month is calculated using the lesser of the total litres
       produced in the current month shown in 14)b divided by the number of days shipped for the current month in 14)f and
       multiplied by 15; or your minimum daily TPQ multiplied by 15, plus your unused available margin. The resulting calculation
       is used to determine the dollar amount that is to be paid for the first 15 days of the following month.
10)b-f These lines are for other deduction, if there are items on these lines they are explained there.
10)g   Total Deductions/Adjustments is: the total of all deductions on lines 9)a to f.
11     This is the total net pay to be made for the current month production and is the total of 5)g, 6)a, 6)b, 7)c, 8)h, 9)h and 10)g.
12)a   Price Per Standard HL (Current Month) is: the dollars per 100 litres for the current month based on a standard hectolitre
       composition.
12)b   Price Per Standard HL (Prior Year, Same Month) is: the dollars per 100 litres for the prior year’s month based on a
       standard hectolitre composition.
12)c   Prov. Average Price/HL (Current Month) is: the dollars per 100 litres for the current month based on a BC’s average
       hectolitre composition.
12)d   Prov. Average Price/HL (Prior Year, Same Month) is: the dollars per 100 litres for the prior year’s month based on a BC’s
       average hectolitre composition.
12)e   Your Price/HL (Current Month) is: YOUR gross pay from line 5)g divided by YOUR litres from line 15)b multiplied by
       100 (HL).
12)f   Your Price/HL (Prior Year, Same Month) is: the amount from the prior year on line 12)e.
13)    Daily Pickup Summary is: a listing of your daily pickups for the current month.
14)a   Butterfat Test - The first two boxes show - the provincial average butterfat test both for the current month and the YTD
       weighted average provincial butterfat test for the dairy year; the second two boxes show - your actual butterfat test for the
       current month and your YTD weighted average butterfat test for the dairy year.
14)b   Protein Test - The first two boxes show - the provincial average protein test both for the current month and the provincial
       YTD weighted average protein test for the dairy year; the next two boxes show - your actual protein test for the current month
       and your YTD weighted average protein test for the dairy year.
14)c   Other Solids Test - The first two boxes show - the provincial average other solids test both for the current month and the
       provincial YTD weighted average other solids test for the dairy year; the next two boxes show - your actual other solids test
       for the current month and your YTD weighted average other solids test for the dairy year.
14)d   Solids Non-Fat to Butterfat Ratio is: the first two boxes show – the provincial ratio for the current month and YTD; the next
       two boxes show – your ratio for the current month and YTD.
14)e   Provincial Target (Year End) is: the Provincial Target Solids Non-Fat to Butterfat ratio for the current dairy year.
15)a   Total Production Quota is: Your TPQ for the current "Production Month" .
15)b-f The figures shown on lines 15)b to 15)f is your production data for the month and YTD.
15)g   British Columbia Class 1 sales butterfat test is: the average butterfat test for all Class 1 sales for the "Production Month".
15)h   The Western Milk Pool (WMP) Class 1 Sales Factor is determined as follows: the Class 1 sales for the month in the WMP
       divided by the within TPQ milk production for the month in the WMP. The resulting factor is applied to the within TPQ milk
       production delivered by each producer to determine each producer’s share of the Class 1 sales.
15)l   Manufactured Milk Litres is: milk production litres for the month, minus (your share of Class 1 sales litres multiplied by the
       exclusion factor).
15)m Manufactured Milk KG is: manufactured milk litres multiplied by the current month Producer Actual Butterfat Test shown
       on line 14)a.
15)n   Daily production as a percentage of daily TPQ is: the butterfat shipped from 15)c as a percentage of (divided by) the sum of
       the TPQ from 15)a divided by the number of days in the dairy year (usually 365) multiplied by the days shipped in 15)f.



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