Bedryfstakbegrotings/ Enterprise Budgets/ Tekanyetsokabo tsamafapha a polasi

Programme/ Program

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CONTENTS/ INHOUD

1. INTRODUCTION / INLEIDING/ SELELEKELA
2. COMPONENTS OF AN ENTERPRISE BUDGET/ KOMPONENTE VAN ‘N BEDRYFSTAKBEGROTING/ DINTHLATSA BOHLOKWA TSA TEKANYETSOKABO YA POLASI
2.1 Gross production value / Bruto produksiewaarde/ Kotulo ya Tlhahiso Kakaretso
2.2 Directly allocatable variable costs/ Direk-toedeelbarebare veranderlike koste/ Ditshenyehelo(Ditjeho) tse otlolohileng tsa lefapha
2.3 Margin above specified costs (gross margin)/ Marge bo gespesifiseerde koste (bruto marge)/ Phaelloka morao ho ditjeho
2.4 Parametric budgets (sensitivity analysis)/ Parametriese begrotings (sensitiwiteitsanalise)
2.5 Allocation of concentrates and crop residues to livestock enterprises / Verdeling van kragover enoesreste na lewendehawevertakkings
3. PROVISIONS / VOORSIENINGS/ TSE HLOKAHALANG
CROP ENTERPRISE BUDGET/ TEKANYETSOKABO YA LEFAPHA LA TSA DIJALO
LIVESTOCK ENTERPRISE BUDGET/ TEKANYETSOKABO YA LEFAPHA LA TSA DIPHOOFOLO
LIVESTOCK TABLE / VEETABEL

The course will equip new and potential entrants into the agricultural sector, with little or no previous experience, with knowledge and understanding of managing a farming business enterprise. Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Students will be able to construct enterprise budgets for livestock and crop production.
  • Students will be able to gather farming information to compile enterprise budgets for the farming business.
  • Students will be equipped with knowledge to solve financial enterprise problems in a farming environment.
  • Students will be equipped with knowledge to make sound financial management decisions to get an overall picture of the financial and physical performance of livestock and crop enterprises.
  • Students will be able to use enterprise budgets as a control mechanism to compare the budgeted against the actual actions.
  • Students will be able to use enterprise budgets to improve the traceability of products.

Dr. W. T. Nell Agricultural Management Consultant