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 Buffington ccf
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9/3/2018 12:04:59 PM reply with quote send message to Buffington ccf Object to Post   

What is au fee yesterday it was $15 today it is $210
 Honey Rock Ranch
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9/3/2018 12:21:58 PM reply with quote send message to Honey Rock Ranch Object to Post

It is a fee that you get when you go above 150 animal units (au). Mature cows count as 1 au, and cattle less than 15 day are 1/2 au. Congrats in your growth!
 Sage Brush Cattle Farms
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9/3/2018 5:54:53 PM reply with quote send message to Sage Brush Cattle Farms Object to Post

Calves under 15 days equals one AU.

If I have 10 adult head of cattle and as soon as a calf is born, I am over my limit by one AU that gives me 11 AU. They give me a grace period of a week before they fine me and start grabbing cattle.


It used to be 1/2 per calf under 15 days. Bet it change a while ago.
 Buffington ccf
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9/3/2018 6:12:04 PM reply with quote send message to Buffington ccf Object to Post

I'm not basic so I don't have to worry about only 10
 Sage Brush Cattle Farms
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9/4/2018 12:31:23 AM reply with quote send message to Sage Brush Cattle Farms Object to Post

Right. My whole point was that one calf equals as one AU regardless the age.
 HayMan
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9/4/2018 12:34:19 AM reply with quote send message to HayMan Object to Post

this post has been edited 1 time(s)

Calves are still 1/2

Total Head 980

Total AUs 784.5

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Last edited by HayMan on 9/4/2018 12:36:38 AM
 Diversify
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10/11/2018 12:33:14 PM reply with quote send message to Diversify Object to Post

The AU fees are figured by these conditions:

The amount of AU's you have over 150 if your a member.

The amount of Money all your cattle/bank account is worth.

So if you have 170 AU, but only 1K in the bank. Your AU Fee's will be SIGNIFICANTLY less than:

if you have 170 AU, and 1M in the bank.

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