Corn Silage

This spreadsheet is designed to help buyers and sellers to calculate a price range for trading corn silage. It compares the return which the grower would get for selling dry shelled corn with the buyer's in-bunk feed value adjusted for harvesting, hauling, and ensiling costs.

Traditionally farmers traded corn as dry shelled or dry ear and priced it by the bushel – 56 or 70 pounds. This is simple when the commodities are in these stable and uniform forms.

Microsoft Excel, 525.5 kB