Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Australia - Portland, Victoria
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$60 a tonne...be worth making a stack at home and buying some tarp at that!!!, as you say once chargers are out and if your depreciating a newish harvester...need a good calculator to make that pencil out.
I remember when oats were $60 a tonne at St.Arnaud in early 90's..next year was dry...they doubled...
As always cash flow rules the decision making...
Thats bad news..sorry to hear...not the year to have low prices...no year is these days.