Goat farm is generally profitable. But there are some individuals reporting losses. Profitability depends on labour costs, sale price of goats, proper disease management etc.,
To know whether your planned farm will be profitable or economically viable get your report by providing the details below. The tool below will help you in estimating profits and losses.
After submitting, pay the required fee through bank.
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The information and recommendations we generate through our reports are estimates based on statistical models, farming research and data. We cannot guarantee actual, accurate, reliable or useful results or performance. The data provided in the Project Report is for reference purposes only and uses standard assumptions.Our calculations, models, data and recommendations may change over time. Individual results may vary, as disease prevalence, growing conditions and farming practices differ across growers, locations and years. Farming decisions are inherently risky and our recommendations and services should not be used as a substitute for your own good judgment and common sense for making farming, risk management or financial decisions. Our services aim to help you make better farming, risk management or financial decisions, and to serve as a starting point for these decisions. Before making your decisions, we also recommend that you consult your family or friends who know or knew your fields and other professionals, such as veterinarian,agronomists, financial advisors etc. For even more customized Project Reports please contact Vani Farms India or your nearest Veterinarian.
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- Benefit-Cost Ratio (BCR) : An indicator used in cost-benefit analysis that attempts to summarize the overall value for money of a project. It is the ratio of the benefits of a project relative to its costs, being expressed in discounted present values.
- Capital Recovery Factor : Rate of recovery of the bank loan over its tenure.
- Cash Flow : A revenue or expense stream that changes a cash account over a given period. Cash inflows usually arise from one of three activities – financing, operations or investing. Cash outflows result from expenses or investments.
- Discount Factor (DF) : A factor that, when multiplied by a particular year’s predicted cash flow, brings the cash flow to a present value. The factor takes into consideration the number of years from the inception of the project and the hurdle rate that the project is expected to earn before it can be regarded as feasible.
- Internal Rate of Return (IRR) : The discount rate often used in capital budgeting that makes the net present value of all cash flows from a particular project equal to zero. Generally speaking, the higher a project’s internal rate of return, the more desirable it is to undertake the project.
- Net Present Worth (NPW) : The difference between the present worth of all cash inflows and outflows of a project. Since all cash flows are discounted to the present, the NPW method is also known as the discounted cash flow technique.