New edition of CropChoice$ crop-planning software available

CropChoice$ 2015 is now available.

Producers can plug their yields from the 2015 harvest into the software and find whether their cropping plan can break even or make a profit. They can also enter target gross margins to see if they can achieve them.

The software can analyze up to 40 dryland and irrigated crops on up to 32 fields.

CropChoice$ is different from other decision tools, because it also measures the risk associated with each alternative, each crop mix, and each management scenario.

The software is available as a free download at agriculture.alberta.ca. It is updated every year with new insurance premiums.

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