Jo : Hi @hardgraft
Apologies for the delay - we've been a bit tied up at Mystery Creek.
The budget worksheet really works best as below so that the cash calculations are pulled into the cashflow.
Quantity = number of ewes (or ha for crops/fert)
Multiply by = dose per ewe (or tonnes/kg of fert, seed, kg of wool etc)
Price = cost per dose (or $/T or kg)
Variables is a tool that works in the cashflow screen to speed up data entry if you're working to this type of scenario and also allows for a change of ewe numbers or cropping area throughout the year.
Variables are located in Setup - Variables.
If you've set up variables, click on variables in a budget worksheet and select the code related to a specific variable.
If you'd like training in this area, feel free to contact the support team on 0800 888 080 and one of the team can book in a session with you.
Jo : Hi @Mardi757
There are a number of payroll products out there that are tailored to meet the specific needs of agri businesses.
i.e. timesheets, rosters, allowances etc
A couple of suggestions below:
Jo : Hi @mcdour
Yes, it may depend on what you have selected to view.
You may need to contact our helpdesk but in the meantime, you could check the following:
Have you selected Revision from the Cashflow Options screen?
Is the revision date, showing Actual data up to..., correct?
Jo : @forriej
Below are links to some helpful articles around importing trader statements like Farmlands, FarmSource and PGG Wrightson.
Set up Farmlands monthly statement feed
How to import your trader statement into a bank transaction
Importing your trader statement (standard import)
Snirtus : @ilovefarming I set up each entity as a bank account. So when I transfer money from one entity (bank Account) to another I use BT. You must remember to do two transactions debit the account the money comes from and another transaction that credits the account the money goes into. This way you can reconcile both accounts and also filter by bank account in the budget.