There are 4 types of trading statements available in Figured:

  • Milk (this has two options, one allows for variance reporting throughout the year)

  • Livestock

  • Wool

  • Cropping (this is for the old cropping tracker)

The original milk, livestock, wool, and cropping trading statement are actuals only. The new milk trading statement is the only report that allows for variance reporting.

Trading statements are an end of year report in Figured that capture movements from your trackers and valuations windows, which shows in the report as:

  • Net cash proceeds 

  • Gross surplus from trading 

  • Closing stock on hand for the year

You can also select to include associated direct income and costs in the  report by clicking on the Additional options button. 

In the new milk trading statement you're able to generate the report for your budgets / actuals / actuals + forecasts and toggle comparison data to check how you're tracking throughout your financial year.

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