3 edition of Establishment and production costs for a 50-acre wine grape vineyard found in the catalog.
Establishment and production costs for a 50-acre wine grape vineyard
Daniel J. Kirpes
by Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash
Written in English
|Statement||[Daniel J. Kirpes, Raymond J. Folwell, and M. Ahmedullah].|
|Series||Farm business management reports, Extension bulletin -- 0873., Extension bulletin (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 873.|
|Contributions||Folwell, Raymond J., Ahmedullah, M., Washington State University. Cooperative Extension., United States. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
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The “Continuing Budget for Wine Grape Variety and Wine Production Studies” noted that a revision was necessary because of higher than anticipated costs in establishing and maintaining the experimental wine variety vineyard, supplemental travel and evaluation funds needed by Nagel for wine evaluation work, and the costs of the food. If no thinning is required to achieve wine quality, a $/acre savings can be realized, a lower dependence on labor, and there could be a % increase in yields. If growers can increase yields by a modest tons/acre, this would increase profits by nearly $, annually for a acre vineyard.
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Producing vineyards, 60 acres of wine grapes being established that are the basis of this study, and five acres occupied by roads, irrigation systems, and farmstead.
Operations are based on a calendar year. Establishment Operating Costs (Table 1.) Vineyard Conversion and Site Preparation. The new vineyard is being planted on land that Establishment and production costs for a 50-acre wine grape vineyard book an File Size: 1MB.
The primary objective of this study was to estimate the establishment and production costs of nine different wine grape varieties grown in Washington. The specific objectives were to: 1. Formulate the common viticultural practices and inputs needed for establishing a acre vineyard in Washington.
Percentage breakdown of per-acre establishment and production costs, wine grape vineyard, Rancho California, (based on acre vineyard) Figure 1 shows that the yield and price levels for 5 tons per acre and $ per ton were sufficient to cover variable costs, but not to cover total : Etaferahu Takele.
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The majority of the acre consists. representative of average costs for grape production in the Finger Lakes, but rather are typical costs truck is estimated at 10, miles for a acre farm per year, which is $71 per acre (including gas Cash costs of vineyard establishment (3 years) $ 21, beginning vineyard establishment costs loan equals 30% of the t otal establishment costs, and the establishment loan payment and interest costs (A35) wer e calculated using interest r.
Estimated Vineyard Establishment with a Vertical Shoot Position and Production Cost Per Acre Total Wine Package Video, Iowa State University Extension Value-Added Agriculture Program and the Agricultural Marketing Resource Center, - These four videos address aspects of researching the feasibility of constructing a winery or establishing a.
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