Staying on top of your farm’s finances is key to running and maintaining a successful ag operation. That’s why we created a new free Annual Farm Budget Template spreadsheet from FBN® Finance to help put you in complete control of your farm expenses and finances.
This Farm Budget Template is an Excel spreadsheet that you can download for personal use and will help you estimate your annual cash flow projections and empower you to make informed decisions for profitability.
The template includes guided calculations to help you estimate annual cash flow projections such as:
Total crop/livestock income
Total farm expenses
Net operating margin
Applying for a loan can sometimes feel like a daunting process, but the loan advisor team at FBN Finance is here to help.
With an average of 15+ years each in ag finance experience, FBN loan advisors are available to talk you through all facets of the loan process, discuss any questions or concerns you may have and help make sure you find the solution that best fits the unique needs of your ag operation.
Fill out the form at the bottom of this page to get your free copy of the Annual Farm Budget Template.
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