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BUSINESS PLAN 'Agricultural Enterprise (Dairy Farm)'

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Project Description

Project purpose: the project purpose is start-up of highly profitable agricultural enterprise, which produces the environmentally friendly products.

The main activities of starting agricultural enterprise will be the following:

  • production of milk of the highest quality due to the usage of robots-milkers;
  • production of high-quality veal for sale;
  • breeding for oneself and for sale the livestock of Holstein cattle, which provides the highest yield of milk;
  • processing of farm wastes on the biogas plant and production of electricity, heat and fertilizers;
  • independent production of food for animals.

The project provides selection and purchase of highly productive Holstein cattle with the potential yield of milk up to 10,000 kg per lactation.

According to the plans, there will be more than 1,200 Holstein-Friesian black-and-white dairy cows on the complex. An expected yield of milk per 1 cow is 8,000 kg per lactation.

Amount of marketable milk provided by the full project capacity will be about 10,000 t per year. 

It is planned to rent about 5,000 ha of land for guaranteed and reliable supply of herd by high quality forage. 

This project provides the construction of new buildings and structures on the new empty place with no animals.

Financial indicators:

Indicators of efficiency

USD

Discount rate, %

15,00

Payback period – PB, months.

56

Discounted payback period – DPB, months.

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Net presence value – NPV

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Profitability index – PI

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Internal rate of return – IRR, %

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Excerpts from Research:

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Professional specialists in the field of dairy farming, forage and crop production, veterinary, farm mechanization and finance will be invited for participation in the project. The whole team has the necessary experience and knowledge, which allows providing the successful project implementation. Some specialists will be included to the staff of the farm, others will provide services under the contract.

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Preparatory phase includes the costs for:

  • legalization of land ownership for construction;
  • performance of design and survey works (topographical and geological surveys, order for production of farm working draft);
  • contracting for purchase of animals in accordance with the designed schedule of held delivery;
  • selection and exploration of dairy complex personnel and its primary instruction.

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The analysis allows coming to the following conclusions:

  • There is an acute shortage of raw milk on the milk market.
  • Dairy products market increases. In 2011, the growth of raw milk production was caused by recovery of normal weather conditions. For 2012-2013, the general yield of milk has decreased as a consequence of crop failure in 2012 and livestock reduction. On the background of declined raw milk production, the milk processing enterprises will be forced to increase the purchase price for raw milk to guarantee for themselves the stable supply of raw materials.
  • For producing the quality dairy products and premium class products, the milk processing enterprises first of all will be interested in purchasing of high quality raw milk. The most agricultural enterprises cannot guarantee the stable supply of quality milk for processors, the reason of which is the worn-out equipment and outdated technologies of milk production.

Executive Summery

6

  1. Project Description

7

  1. Market Analysis

9

2.1. Russian Dairy Production

9

2.2. Milk Production and Processing

18

2.3. Organic Market

27

  1. Marketing and Sales

35

3.1. Delivery and Distribution of Dairy Products

35

3.2. Sales of Meat Products

40

3.3. Revenues from the Biogas Plant

41

  1. Organizational Plan

42

4.1. Project Personnel

42

4.2. Project Schedule

44

  1. Production Plan

45

5.1. Herd

45

5.2. Buildings and Structures

47

5.3. Equipment

48

5.4. Agricultural Technique

59

5.4.1. Schedule of Technique Exploitation

70

5.5. Biogas Plant

75

5.6. Forages

79

5.6.1. Schedule of Forage Preparation

80

  1. Financial plan

84

6.1. Selling price of products, $

84

6.2. Sales Revenue, $

84

6.3. Project Costs

84

6.4. Consolidated Financial Statements

86

6.5. Profit and Loss Statement

87

6.6. Indicators of Investment Efficiency

88

  1. Sensibility Analysis

91

7.1. Sensibility Analysis of Net Present Value to Changing of Price

91

7.2. Sensibility Analysis of Net Present Value to Changing of Sales Volume

91

7.3. Sensibility Analysis of Payback Period to Changing of Sales Volume

92

7.4. Sensibility Analysis of Profitability Index to Changing of Sales Volume

92

INFORMATION ABOUT THE «VTSConsulting» COMPANY

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Table 1. Dynamics of Production and Consumer Prices for Milk and Dairy Products

13

Table 2. Indexes of Milk Production and Sales (2013 in percentages to 2012)

22

Table 3. Sold Milk in 2013, t

23

Table 4. Sorts of Sold Milks in 2013, t

24

Table 5. Information on Yield and Sales of Milk

24

Table 6. Average Losses of Nitrogen N and Organic Matter Depending on the Storage Period,, %

27

Table 7. Solid Fraction, 20-25% of Dry Matter (DM)

28

Table 8. Liquid Fraction, 5% of DM

29

Table 9. Standard Indicators of Humus Recoverability for Different Organic Wastes (kg of humus per 1 t of substrate)

30

Table 10. Technical Characteristics, tractor MAN TGA 19.350 4x2 BLS-WW Euro-3

36

Table 11. Tank Semi-Trailer, Technical Characteristics

37

Table 12. Estimated Costs for Point of Sale

37

Table 13. Personnel of the Complex

42

Table 14. Phased Plan of Project Implementation

44

Table 15. Equipment of the Complex

58

Table 16. Need for Technique Depending on the Stage of Project Implementation

59

Table 17. Technical Characteristics HARDI COMMANDER 3200

67

Table 18. Technical Characteristics of the Tractor МТЗ 82.1

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Table 19. Technical Characteristics of КРК-11

69

Table 20. Schedule of Agricultural Technique Exploitation

70

Table 21. Crop Patterns

80

Table 22. Annual Demand for Forages per Herd of Cattle, t

80

Table 23. Preparatory works, $

84

Table 24. Staff costs, $

85

Table 25. Direct costs, $

85

Table 26. Amortization, $

85

Table 27. Total Costs, $

85

Table 28. Tax Payments

86

Table 29. Cash Flows, $

86

Table 30. Balance, $

86

Diagram 1. Number of cows

10

Diagram 2. Milk Production

10

Diagram 3. Indexes of Milk Production (in percentages to the previous year)

11

Diagram 4. Average yield of milk per 1 cow

12

Diagram 5. Dynamics of Prices for Raw Milk, RUB/kg

13

Diagram 6. Dynamics of Production of Dairy Products, t

14

Diagram 7. Dynamics of Import of Dairy Products (excluding Belarus), t

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Diagram 8. Share of Milk and Dairy Products in Their Commodity Resources, %

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Diagram 9. Consumptions of Milk and Dairy Products  per Capita, kg

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Diagram 10. Number of Cows in Smolensk Region

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Diagram 11. Milk Production

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Diagram 12. Gross yield of Milk in the Districts of Smolensk Region in 2013, t

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Diagram 13. Average Yield of Milk per 1 Cow

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Diagram 14. Rating of Dairy Producers in Russia by the Efficiency of Economic Activity in 2011

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Figure 1. Truck Tractor MAN TGA 19.350 4x2 BLS-WW Euro-3

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Figure 2. Tank Semi-Trailer

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Figure 3. Process of Products Delivery to Automatic Machines

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Figure 4. Representative of Holstein-Friesian Breed

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Figure 5. Milking Machine VMS

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Figure 6. MODEL JOHN DEERE W660

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Figure 7. MODEL JOHN DEERE 7350I

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Figure 8. MODEL JOHN DEERE 7930

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Figure 9. Rear-Mounted Disc Mowers EasyCut

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Figure 10.Ttrailed Sprayer HARDI COMMANDER 3200

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Figure 11. Combine of Forage Mixing and Distribution КРК-11

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