Ministry of Agriculture

Enterprise Budgets - Planning for Profit

Budgets included in this section are historical. The information is provided as a tool for projecting costs and returns for B.C. farm enterprises and as a general guide for planning individual farms. The sample budget should be used as a guide only and should not be used for business analysis without adjustments to current prices for inputs and products. Each farm should develop their own budget to reflect their production goals, costs and market prices.

Certified Organic Versus Non-Organic Budgets
Calendula Flower (PDF, 43KB) Winter 2002
American Skullcap Herb (PDF, 42KB) Winter 2002
Catnip Herb (PDF, 42KB) Winter 2002
Dandelion Root (PDF, 44KB) Winter 2002
Lavender Flower (PDF, 42KB) Winter 2002

Lemon Balm Herb (PDF, 43KB)

Winter 2002
Licorice Root (PDF, 43KB) Winter 2002
Marshmallow Root (PDF, 44KB) Winter 2002
Nettle Herb (PDF, 42KB) Winter 2002
Passion Flower Herb (PDF, 43KB) Winter 2002
German Chamomile Flower (PDF, 44KB) Winter 2002
Red Clover Flower (PDF, 42KB) Winter 2002
Shepherd's Purse Herb (PDF, 42KB) Winter 2002
Yarrow Flower (PDF, 42KB) Winter 2002
Transition to Certified Organic Budgets
Certified Organic Dairy (Fluid)  (PDF, 288KB)
Certified Organic Spelt (PDF, 54KB)
North Okanagan
Winter 2002
Certified Organic Potatoes Production (PDF, 63KB)
North Okanagan 
Winter 2002
Certified Organic Oat Production (PDF, 55KB)
North Okanagan
Winter 2002
Certified Organic Apple Production (PDF, 66KB)
Southern Interior
Winter 2002
Certified Organic Vegetable Production (PDF, 104KB) Winter 2002
Other Organic Budgets
5000 Free Range, Organic Layers, (PDF, 46KB)
Lower Mainland
Winter 2002
Mixed Herb Crops (Certified Organic) (PDF, 59KB) Winter 2002
Organic - Garlic (PDF, 105KB) Spring '92
Organic - Carrots (PDF, 142KB) Spring '96
Organic - Celery (PDF, 86KB) Spring '96
Organic -  Corn for Processing (PDF, 121KB) Spring '96
Organic - Peas for Processing (PDF, 86KB) Spring '96
Organic - Whole Beans for Processing Organic (PDF, 16KB) Fall '96