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I would like to clarify some things and challenge readers to think about concerns and comments about agriculture and animal husbandry, which is nothing more than a sector of the economy that generates money. Why do people believe and believe that farms and agriculture are simply a money making company or that farmers (which I prefer to call farmers) breed cattle like cattle to make a profit?
Why is there so much negativity and bitterness that producers who breed and raise cattle do not feed themselves but earn money? I do not understand and am of agricultural origin. I do not understand why people fail to throw it away and expect everyone to take it for granted.
The problem is that in reality it is only partly a fact. And what most people do not know, especially those who are far from agricultural generations, is that most, if not all farms have little or no real benefit.
When a producer calculates the benefits, he cannot see that he only earns money by the control he obtains from the barley grain or by the cattle he has sold. This often annual assessment you receive is what the gross profit or income is.
The net profit is determined when all costs incurred in the business execution are deducted from the proceeds of the sale of the company. Income should never be confused with profit, because income is real money that ends up in a company after a product is sold, without spending.
However, the benefit or net benefit is the money that remains after all costs have been deducted from the gross profit. If after deduction of all costs, there are no more revenues, this is called the net loss. The costs for the average farm are mainly fertilizer, fuel and food. 5,000 per hectare per year. Most farms in North America that are not recreational farms have more than 100 hectares.
500,000 per year. It is not customary for agricultural incomes to exceed this amount. If that is the case, it is not much, just enough to reach the break-even point. Agriculture in North America is really a company and therefore a "money-generating" company. And what other reasons are there for people who accuse those who are "for the sake of money"?
Answer: Misunderstandings can be part of the problem. That must be so. Your family and close friends have taught me that there are people who catch you. What many people do not understand that farming was never a kind of non-profit and will be that you are dependent on donations.
But do you know something? Will it be connected to the bag, whether it is spent on operational costs, or is it used for something more sinister that never want to put these groups (or at least some of them) open?