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PostPosted: Dec 9th, '08, 21:56 
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RupertofOZ wrote:
Good question Frank.... and I'd like to know the operating costs/annum, labour, power, feed, stock etc... plus the capital startup costs... value of land site... etc

I have grave doubts that this system can breakeven in 12 months... sorry...


I don't know if you have to count all these costs i.e the land
AP can be a way to valorize land you already own
land is normally not depreciated
of course if you have to loan to buy the land the financing interests must be counted

from what I see on the pictures the system is very simple, which I particularly like
so a fast return on investment for the "hardware" seems possible
maybe even including operational costs, with most probably the exception of labor

would be nice to see an overview

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PostPosted: Dec 10th, '08, 00:00 
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"I have a particular fascination for efficient aeration systems."

heh , "Understatement of the year award" goes to Frank !


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To make Money growing food you must have a viable market for those products.

Growing food for family, friends and neighbors is one thing, but proper marketing is essential for making money..

You can grow tons of food, but if there is no one there to buy and eat it, it spoils and rots and perhaps you can make profitable worm beds.

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