Profit Tip: Using Replacement Strategies to Decrease Real Cow Depreciation
Tri State Livestock News
In accounting, real depreciation is an attempt to relate the change in value of an asset as it ages and/or declines in usefulness. For example, when you buy a car and drive off the dealer’s lot, it loses on average 11% of its initial value. Simply, the car is now worth less because it is a used car.