Break-Even Yield

Break-Even Yield

The yield necessary to cover costs and prevent a firm from operating at a loss. The breakeven yield may be relatively stable or it may fluctuate, depending on the company or industry. Companies with high breakeven yields tend to have large fluctuations in earnings from year to year. Calculating the breakeven yield is an important part of risk analysis.
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The challenge for the casino, since the casino does subsidize a lot of this travel is to make sure they get a break-even yield on people playing.
At current costs, the break-even yield for fungicide and its application allows for economical use of fungicides in commercial maize in South Africa.
The break-even yield to cover chemical and aerial spray costs is a gain of [approximately equal to]210 kg grain [ha.
Since the break-even yield is earned only on that part of the portfolio which does not default (1 - [D.
Finally, we aggregated for each state the acreage on which potential yields exceeded break-even yields for at least one crop.