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Knowing your costs and where your money goes is key to improving your bottom line. The OMAFRA monthly  Swine Budget provides a guide and format to estimate the cost of production for a swine enterprise. Accurate and up to date information is essential to determine an individual farm cost of production and to make management, financial, and marketing decisions.  Check out how your compare.

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The Swine Budget for December 2015 is now available.

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What tools do you use for budgeting? The June Swine Budget is now available on the OMAFRA website.

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Visit the OMAFRA website for the February Swine Budget.

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The income shown for the market pig in the recently posted March 2014 OMAF Swine budget was $257.52 which was over $100 more than the March 2013 Swine Budget. The market pig base price in March 2014 was $228.82 which is up more $85/ckg than this time last year. This price increase was due to the US reference price being up $36 per cwt. and a seven cent slide in the Canadian dollar value. The farrow to finish feed cost was down almost $17.00 in March 2014 due to lower corn prices. The Net Return Farrow to Finish ($/pig) over this time period has gone from a loss to very strong positive return for producers. For more information go to the 2014 March Monthly Swine Budget.

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