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Calculating Average Crop Yields from Your QuickBooks Records

November 19, 2017 - by Mark Wilsdorf

If you use QuickBooks' Inventory Part Items to keep track of production and sales of grains or other farm commodities you raise, QuickBooks can automatically keep track of most of the information you need for calculating average yields.
 
The examples below apply to the QuickBooks desktop editions (Pro, Premier, and Enterprise) but not to QuickBooks Online:  its inventory system operates differently, preventing use of the techniques shown here.

This article is mostly excerpted from Chapters 1 and 4 of The QuickBooks Farm Accounting Cookbook™, Volume II, which provides visual examples of how to work with grain crop inventories and sales in QuickBooks.

 

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