Farmers earn money based on the prices of the commodity they raise or grow at the time of sale.
Farming is a very complex business dependant on multiple factors including weather, equipment maintenance, commodity prices, bank rates etc. A large herd of beef cattle may start out being a good investment but bad weather, disease and a drop in beef prices at market could bankrupt a farmer in a very short time.
That depends on the farmer.
A farmer can make 50,000 from a one acre wheat
not that much
As much as he/she produces
A rice farmer usually does not make a wage. The amount that they make depends on the size of their harvest and how much land they farm. The bigger the farm, the more they make.
the average farmer makes 90,000 to 150,000 a year
it depends on how much they sell
a dollar 50
He/she makes as much crops as fit in his/her field.
$150,000 to $500,000 in Iowa
Ok a farmer that has a farm that is good and big enough will get much money. A farmer in a year i doubt they will get alot , and it depends on what they have.
Each month a successful grain farmer can earn about 452 RMB on average.
9.50 start pay
it makes 20 an hour
however much he sells the animals for to the consumer. he can make from 300 to 900 dollars a month.
A dairy farmer makes very little on milk sold, if he sells it to a larger company. Typically the farmer will get about 10% of the retail value of the milk.
I think it is about 20 thoundsand a year
They make bank bro... they have to work hard but then get the money raining down over them!
I waved to the farmer as I passed by.
There is no official data as to how much a chicken farmer makes in Alabama with broiler houses. In Alabama, chicken farming is a 2 billion dollar a year industry.
A commercial farmer sells to the market to make a profit.
Usually they make 3,000,000 cedis which converts to 3,000 dollars in U.S money.