New PDF release: Agricultural Valuations : a Practical Guide

By R.G. Williams

ISBN-10: 008093787X

ISBN-13: 9780080937878

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Produce The method of valuation is to calculate the average energy and protein content of the two baskets. The value of the commodities is published in the weekly reports, as published in Farmers’ Weekly. Then apply the following formulae: ME (Average cost of energy feeds × 39) – (Average cost of protein feeds × 14) 213 Note: The figures 39, 14 and 213 will remain constant. 6 and 213 will remain constant. These unit values can then be multiplied by the energy and protein contents of the silage (bearing in mind its dry matter) to give a basic value for the silage as follows: Unit Price ME × ME% × DM%/100 + Unit Price CP × CP% × DM%/100 The resulting value may be adjusted by any of the following factors to reflect a proper value of the silage in question and taking into account transaction evidence of silage value where: (a) Ammonia levels Adjustment Ammonia % 0–10% 11% 12% 13% 14% 15% 16% 17% 18% 19% 20% 21% 22% 23% Adjustment Nil –1% –2% –3% –4% –5% –7% –9% –11% –13% –15% –17% –19% –21% Ammonia % 24% 25% 26% 27% 28% 29% 30% 31% 32% 33% 34% 35% 36% 37% Adjustment –23% –25% –28% –31% –34% –37% –40% –43% –16% –49% –52% –55% –58% –60% 13 Agricultural Valuations (b) Starch content Formula is: Silage value corrected for starch = silage value × 100 (120 – starch %) (c) Other relevant factors The value of the silage should be adjusted having regard to factors such as exceptional and inferior quality, position of clamp on the farm, time of year and whether clamp is open or under cover and whether properly covered.

78 ha. 3. 52 Note: The SFV per ha is prescribed in SI 1978 No 809, as amended by SI 1980 No 751, as further amended by SI 1983 No 1475. 1 44 In this text he/she are used interchangeably and refer to both male and female. 1 This chapter deals with long term improvements, eg erection of buildings, reclamation of land, making of roads, provision of sheepdipping accommodation for which the landlord’s consent or approval of the Agricultural Lands Tribunal is required. Distinction should be made between old long term improvements — those carried out before 1 March 1948 and those called new long term improvements — those carried out after 1 March 1948.

The value of the commodities is published in the weekly reports, as published in Farmers’ Weekly. Then apply the following formulae: ME (Average cost of energy feeds × 39) – (Average cost of protein feeds × 14) 213 Note: The figures 39, 14 and 213 will remain constant. 6 and 213 will remain constant. These unit values can then be multiplied by the energy and protein contents of the silage (bearing in mind its dry matter) to give a basic value for the silage as follows: Unit Price ME × ME% × DM%/100 + Unit Price CP × CP% × DM%/100 The resulting value may be adjusted by any of the following factors to reflect a proper value of the silage in question and taking into account transaction evidence of silage value where: (a) Ammonia levels Adjustment Ammonia % 0–10% 11% 12% 13% 14% 15% 16% 17% 18% 19% 20% 21% 22% 23% Adjustment Nil –1% –2% –3% –4% –5% –7% –9% –11% –13% –15% –17% –19% –21% Ammonia % 24% 25% 26% 27% 28% 29% 30% 31% 32% 33% 34% 35% 36% 37% Adjustment –23% –25% –28% –31% –34% –37% –40% –43% –16% –49% –52% –55% –58% –60% 13 Agricultural Valuations (b) Starch content Formula is: Silage value corrected for starch = silage value × 100 (120 – starch %) (c) Other relevant factors The value of the silage should be adjusted having regard to factors such as exceptional and inferior quality, position of clamp on the farm, time of year and whether clamp is open or under cover and whether properly covered.

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