Procedures for Estimating Costs and Returns for Sugar Beets and Other Row Crops, Central New York, 1964-1965
This statement provides some of the data and procedures which farmers may u.se in figuring out how sugar beets will fit into their own operations. Every situation will be somewhat different. It is not the intention of this report to develop "typical" or "average" cost and returns statements for some of the common row crops grown in Central New York. Yet, some costs and returns estimates are presented in a companion statement, A. E. Ext. 326, to indicate more fully the common items which must be estimated to develop a cost and returns statement for an individual-crop or to compare crops on an individual farm.
Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University