• Hi guys, maybe a simple question but, when entering a budget item in the cashflow section when would you use the 'Quantity entry' box and the Variable box?
    ie if I was purchasing vacines for 1000 ewes and bought 10 boxes of vaccine containing 100ml of vaccine each administering a 1 ml dose to each ewe?
    How would i break it down and which piece of info would go in which box?
    Cheers


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  • 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.
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    If you've set up variables, click on variables in a budget worksheet and select the code related to a specific variable.

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    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.

    Thanks,
    Jo


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