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1 Beef I Q - Financial Analysis

2 The primary emphasis of financial analysis is to properly assess business risk in the lending decision. Financial analysis helps us measure: –Financial position -  Total resources controlled by a business and total claims against those resources, at a given point in time; and –Financial performance -  Results of production and financial decisions over one or more periods. Purpose of Financial Analysis Maximizing our customers’ financial success.

3 Current Assets – items that will be liquidated in 12 months or less Intermediate Assets – Capital items with normal life span of 1 to 10-years. Fixed or Long Term Assets – Capital items with life span normally > 10-years. Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Balance Sheet

4 Current Liabilities – Accounts, Loans, or Installments due within 12 months or less Intermediate Liabilities – Debt on loans with maturities > 1-yr but <10-years. Long Term Liabilities – Debt on loans with original maturities > 10-years. Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Balance Sheet (Cont.)

5 Ability to meet financial obligations when due in the course of business, without disrupting normal operations –Working capital (WC) –WC / AGI Percent –Current ratio Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Capital - Liquidity

6 Total current farm assets Total current farm liabilities Expressed as 1:1 Ratio Indicates the extent to which current farm assets, if liquidated, would cover current farm liabilities. TACO is include on Liability side Higher ratio = greater liquidity Guideline: –Stockers > 1.3 : 1 or Cow/calf > 1: 1 Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Current Ratio (optional)

7 Measures the amount of debt, commitments, and other expense obligations relative to the amount of assets Measures ability to repay if all assets sold Indicates the ability to continue operations as a viable business after financial adversity –Net Worth –Owner’s Equity % Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Capital - Solvency

8 Total Assets - Total Liabilities The excess of assets over liabilities. The amount of an owner’s net worth in a business. Helps determine the borrower’s ability to withstand periods of financial stress. Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Net Worth

9 Total Assets Measures portion of business financed by owners. Core Standard: Cattle Operation > 50% Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Owner Equity

10 What are CDRC and CDRC %? CDRC and CDRC % measure a borrower’s ability to repay capital debt (intermediate and long-term liabilities) based on analysis of the operation’s capital structure and earnings. Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Capital Debt Repayment Capacity

11 What is CDRC and CDRC %? CDRC and CDRC % measure a borrower’s ability to repay capital debt (intermediate and long-term liabilities) based on analysis of the operation’s capital structure and earnings. Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Capital Debt Repayment Capacity

12 Four basic components: CDRC - Capacity Demands on CDRC CDRC Margin CDRC Percentage Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Capital Debt Repayment Capacity (continued)

13 Net Earnings + Depreciation + Interest on capital debt Measures total capital available for debt service, capital asset replacement, and building working capital. Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Capital Debt Repayment Capacity

14 + Principal on capital debt (TACO) + Interest on capital debt + Capital Asset Replacement (CAR) + Working Capital Deficiency Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Demands on Capital Debt Repayment

15 (10-15% x machinery value) + (5% x facilities value) Measures financial resources needed to replace capital assets. The amount of allowance needed for machinery/facility replacement less annual principal payments (TACO) on loans financing those assets. The percentage for machinery can vary from 10-15%. Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Capital Asset Repayment Capacity (CAR) or Use Cost

16 Current Assets - Current Liabilities If Current Assets is less than Current Liabilities, a deficiency exists Working Capital Deficiency/4 years Allows customer four years to rebuild working capital to met requirements. Maximizing our customers’ financial success. Working Capital Deficiency

17 CDRC - Demands on CDRC + Principal on Capital Debt + Interest on Capital Debt + CAR + WC Deficiency CDRC or margin remaining after allowing for annual demands Maximizing our customers’ financial success. CDRC Margin

18 CDRC Demands on CDRC Measures overall repayment capacity as a percentage. Core Standard: > 115% Maximizing our customers’ financial success. CDRC Percentage

19 We appreciate your participation and hope you’ll consider making Farm Credit your lender for all your farm financing needs! Maximizing our customers’ financial success.


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