Archived Crop Budgets

Historical Crop Cost & Return Guides can be accessed in our archive, which date back to 2002.

January 1, 2009

2009 Crop Cost and Return Guide

January 2009 Estimates

 

The Purdue Crop Cost and Return Guide offers farmers a resource to project financials for the coming cropping year. These are the January 2009 crop budget estimations.

 

2009 Crop Budget Guide, page 1

2009 Crop Budget Guide, page 1

2009 Crop Budget Guide, page 2

2009 Crop Budget Guide, page 2

2009 Crop Budget Guide, page 3

2009 Crop Budget Guide, page 3

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