A FRP is a complex financial model - like a spreadsheet, but much easier to use.
It updates as you add information so that you can see the financial implications of each action.
Define the land use on a farm
Apply budgets to each piece of land to plan the upcoming production cycle
View the resulting cash flow. This is based on the timing of the production expenses and the expected income from the applied budgets
Add in the value of the farm’s assets
Capture the details of existing/future liabilities
Complete the financial picture by recording any additional income and expenses
Each FRP document is a individual model and thus multiple FRPs can be created on a customer’s portfolio to analyse different scenarios
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