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Calculation of the cost of raising broilers

Calculation of the cost of raising broilers

(Summary description) Planned utilization and reasonable arrangement of broiler feeding costs can reduce unnecessary waste of costs. The production cost of broiler is composed of two parts: direct cost and indirect cost. Let me introduce to you below.

Calculation of the cost of raising broilers

(Summary description) Planned utilization and reasonable arrangement of broiler feeding costs can reduce unnecessary waste of costs. The production cost of broiler is composed of two parts: direct cost and indirect cost. Let me introduce to you below.

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Planned utilization and reasonable arrangement of broiler feeding costs can reduce unnecessary waste of costs. The production cost of broiler is composed of two parts: direct cost and indirect cost. Let me introduce to you below.

1. Direct Fees

1. Feed cost Feed cost per unit body weight of broiler = feed conversion rate * feed price.

It can be seen that the feed cost varies with the feed conversion ratio and its price.

2. First-born chick fee The first-born chick fee borne by each broiler sold is: unit price of first-born chicks/sale rate.

Selling rate: Number of broilers sold/number of chicks.

It can be seen that the first-born chick borne by the sold broilers is affected by the chick price and the sales rate.

2. Indirect costs

1 Taxes are mainly the land, buildings, equipment, production, sales and taxes payable for broiler production. Spread out per chicken or per kilogram of body weight as well.
2. Miscellaneous Expenses Expenses other than the above-mentioned direct and indirect expenses are collectively classified as miscellaneous expenses, including insurance premiums, reserve funds, communication expenses, transportation expenses, handling expenses, etc.
3. Service fee refers to the production and management labor of broiler chickens. The expenses used include feeding chicks, feeding temperature, water supply, feeding, vaccination, observing flocks, raising chickens, loading cages, cleaning, disinfection, transportation, shopping, etc. sum of costs.
4. Water, light, and heat energy costs are the quotient of the water, electricity and fuel costs of each batch of broilers during the entire breeding process, divided by the number of birds sold or the total weight sold.
5. Drug cost is the quotient obtained by dividing the total cost of drugs for epidemic prevention, treatment, disinfection, and insecticide for each batch of broilers, divided by the number of broilers sold or the total weight.
6. Interest refers to the total amount of interest paid in one year for fixed investment (long-term loans borrowed) and working capital (short-term loans), divided by the number of batches of broilers sold in the year, and then divided by the number or total of each batch sold. The quotient of weight.
7. Repair fee is the repair fee extracted to keep the building in good condition. Usually 5% to 10% of the annual depreciation amount.
8. Depreciation charges are reserved for the renewal of buildings and equipment. Generally speaking, the depreciation period for brick and wood structure houses is 15 years, 7 years for wooden buildings, 5 years for simple ones, and 5 years for appliances and machinery.

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