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Dairy Records - the who's who of your herd

Description of the benefits of keeping good dairy herd records. Includes tables showing example numbers for how keeping records pays off. 3 pp.

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.



Do You Have Farm Workers?
General information on taxes for agricultural employers. 2 pp.

Ensure the Safety of Your Computerized Financial and Farm Records

This publication contains a list of suggested practices to help secure and protect computerized farm records. 2 pp.



Farm Income Tax Record Book

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e1144

This publication provides an outline to record taxes.

Gerald Schwab, Department of Agricultural Economics 

This publication is available from the MSU Extension Bookstore


Previous Versions:

E974 and E975

First Revision (Fil. 1)
Second Revision (Fil. 2)
Third Revision November 1996 (Fil. 3)
100 pages
Fourth Revision November 2000 (Fil. 4)
124 pages


Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations see your local Extension office.
Michigan Offices.



 



Farm Inventory Book and Depreciation Schedule

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e976.

Agricultural Economics Department

This publication provides worksheets for inventory and depreciation.

Issued (N.D.) (Fil. 1)

28 pages

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.For current recommendations contact your local Extension office. .



Farm Records Data Entry - A Challenge with Rewards

Information about data keeping for farms. Sections include using data entry sheets, benchmarking, using computers, data entry options, and ways to get the job done. 3 pp.



Farm Security and Emergency Planning

PowerPoint presentation slides that address security and emergency concerns for farmers. Sections include buildings, equipment, pesticide storage, record-keeping, reporting, planning, developing a farm security plan, etc. 14 pp.



Increase Dairy Profit Through Use of Production Records

This bulletin describes how keeping good dairy records can have benefits, including an increase in profit. 3 pp.

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.



Michigan Farmers’ Tax Guide

Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station
Michigan State University
Circular Publications CB100

R. Wayne Newton, Economics
Issued  January  1927  12 pages  (Fil. 1) 

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For more information contact your local Extension Offices.



Recordkeeping System for Crop Production

Keep records current, to improve management and to plan for the future. You choose the level of recordkeeping - basic, recommended or enhanced. Use manure and fertilizer products to achieve cost effective results. Michigan crop and livestock managers can now maintain a paper recordkeeping system in a flexible format.

L.W. Jacobs, S.U. Dohm, and B. A. MacKellar, MSU Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
Issued 1992 2 pages (Fil. 1)

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.


Recordkeeping System for Crop Production - Annual Record Book

The Farm *A* Syst program is designed to help farmers identify potential risks associated with farmstead operations and to develop voluntary action plans to reduce high risks.

Revised edition.Includes forms and graphics.

Natatlie Rector, Allen Krizek,  48pp.

This bulletin is available from the MSU Extension Bookstore.



Recordkeeping System for Crop Production - Annual Record Book, Pocket Sized

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e2341

L.W. Jacobs, S.U. Dohm, and B. A. MacKellar, MSU Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
Issued June 1991 47 pages (Fil. 1)

L.W. Jacobs, S.U. Dohm, and B. A. MacKellar, MSU Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
Revised June 1995 7 pages (Fil. 2)

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. 



Recordkeeping System for Crop Production - Enhanced Recordkeeping Sheets

Managing resources on the farm is important for the reduction of loss. These worksheets help the farm manager to keep accurate records and reduce loss.

Includes charts and worksheets.Reprinted edition of bulletin. 5pp.   L. Jacobs, S. Bohm

This bulletin is available from the MSU Extension Bookstore.

 



Recordkeeping System for Crop Production - Individual Field File

This one component of a paper Recordkeeping System for Crop Production. The total system includes Annual Record Books (E-2341, pocket-size and E2342, full size), Field File Folders (E-2343), Manure Management Sheets (E-2344, 4 sheets), and Enhanced Recordkeeping Sheets (E-2345, 3 sheets). The MSU bulletin, "Recordkeeping System for Crop Production," (E-2340) explains the use of the system.

Includes forms and charts. 7pp. L. Jacobs, S. Bohm

This bulletins is available from theMSU Extension Bookstore

 



Recordkeeping System for Crop Production - Introduction

Recordkeeping can help accomplish more effective management for crop production and more efficient use of nutrients and pesticides. This recordkeeping system is designed to help crop and livestock producers record information recommended by "Generally Accepted Agricultural Practices," adopted under Michigan's Right to Farm Act. Includes example records. Archive copy of record, do not use for current recommendations. 25pp.



Recordkeeping System for Crop Production - Manure Management Sheets

Manure management is essential for a farm, and inproper management can lead to serious environmental problems. This documents how to properly calculate and handle manure to reduce or eliminate environmental contamination.

Includes forms and charts.

Archive copy of bulletin, do not use for current recommendations.

7pp.



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