Farmer Jones recently purchased 225 head of heifers that weighed 600 pounds and the market price was $121/cwt. The local truck driver can deliver them to grass pasture and haul 45,000 pounds per load at $300. The calves can be on grass for 120 days where they will have a 2.0 A.D.G. at .40 cost/pound of gain. They will then be put into the feedyard where they should gain 3.5 pounds per day at a cost of .78/pound of gain. The steers will be marketed at 1300. Don’t figure in shrink and assume no death loss. FIGURE: 1. Total cost of the calves 2. Total trucking costs 3. Wheat pasture feed costs 4. Total Feed costs in the feedlot 5. Break even price 6. Total Profit/Loss 7. Days in the feedlot?