Bull Leasing Program
BUSINESSMEN HAVE long
used leasing as a
to conserve capital while
Assets that have been leased include land, office space, heavy equipment,
farm equipment, tractors and automobiles.
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While bull leasing has been used by some commercial cattlemen for a number of years, it HAS generally had an unsavory reputation among professional cattlemen. Concerns have centered around not having high quality bulls available to lease and making sure that leased bulls do not introduce health problems.
The PMB Professional Cattlemen's Bull Leasing Program offers the same high quality bulls for lease that we have been selling for the past 25 years.
All bulls that have previously seen service will have been re-vaccinated for lepto and vibrio, and will have had A negative PCR Trich Test before they are sent out for service.
Cost of Service
COST OF SERVICE IS the TOTAL COST that ranchers incur TO GET their COWS BRED.
Many ranchers consider their annual cost of service to be Purchase Price less Salvage Value divided by the number of years the bull was used. For example, if a bull was purchased for $2000, used for 4 years and salvaged for $800, the annual cost of service would be calculated as $2000 less $800 = $1200 divided by 4 years = $300 per year.
This calculation LEAVES OUT SIGNIFICANT additional COSTS. To obtain the REAL COST OF SERVICE, one must ADD the OTHER DIRECT COSTS:
The following COST OF SERVICES TABLES INCLUDE these OTHER DIRECT COSTS.
Comparison of Cost of Service