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Since it was first published over 50 years ago, The John Nix Farm Management Pocketbook has become the most widely used and most trusted agricultural costing book in the UK. The John Nix Farm Management Pocketbook is now on its 50th Edition, and is the longest running costings book in the industry.
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The 2020 Edition was published in September 2019.
The Pocketbook 2020 Edition has all the topics as before all updated with 2020 figures, and also 2 new chapters covering whole farm costings and environmental and Emission data with new information and more detailed analyses to help with farm management decisions, understand farmer clients and to build credible evidence in academic studies.
The John Nix Farm Management Pocketbook has been revised for 2020, keeping it the most useful book of its type.
It includes 330 pages of fully revised data, includes gross margins, overheads, rents, finance, all capital, grants, taxation and much more.
The John Nix Pocketbook helps you to:
- Measure your business by budgeting your costs and income
- Benchmark your business by benchmarking and offering standard data
- Spot opportunities to raise efficiency (e.g. contract or buy a machine)
- Measure the benefits of diversification (e.g. a wind turbine or alpaca)
Using The Pocketbook you can:
- Calculate the financial returns of farming sectors
- Measure the technical potential of farm systems
- Gain an insight into the future of farming
For a full list of contents or sample pages for an insight of what’s in it, click on the download buttons below.
This book is written for everybody involved in farming: farmers of all sizes and experience, advisers, supply chain and agriculturalists, agricultural students, academics, local and national government bodies and everyone else who frequently or infrequently, find themselves needing agricultural data.
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