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Grain Silage Greenfeed Calculator
Description:

The Grain Silage Greenfeed Calculator is designed to determine the costs of producing a crop of cereal grain, cereal silage and cereal greenfeed. It then calculates and compares the net returns or losses between the cereal grain crop, and its alternate use for cereal silage or cereal greenfeed. The Grain Silage Greenfeed Calculator uses a number of Macros in Excel. In order to run properly, Macros will have to be ""enabled"". The Security Settings in Excel may have to be lowered in some cases.

Calculators
The calculators below are provided "as is" in excel spreadsheets to assist producers in planning for the future.

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Notice
All rights reserved. Copyright and all other intellectual property rights for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture's on-line calculators, and all manuals, documentation and other material pertaining to this software, belong exclusively to the Government of Saskatchewan. This software is provided solely for personal use under a non-exclusive license, and may not be copied, modified, published, sold or distributed to any third party, or transmitted in any form or by any mean whether electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, in whole or in part, without the express written permission of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture.

Disclaimer
This software is provided without warranty on an "as is" basis. The Government of Saskatchewan and its agents assume no liability or responsibility whatsoever with respect to loss or damage caused by or alleged to be caused by the use or operation of this software.
I have read, understood and agree to the terms of the above copyright notice and disclaimer, as conditions of my usage of the said software, and I further agree to release and indemnify the Government of Saskatchewan and its agents from all claims arising from my use or operation of the software.


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