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How would you calculate the value of a cow?

How would you answer this question in your Personal Fit interview? Receive feedback on your answer and browse through the Q&As to review the approaches of other applicants and experts.

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You should assess the value generated, the selling value and the costs:

1. Value generated during cow possession:

  • milk
  • sons
  • compost

2. The selling value will depend on:

  • remaining value generable
  • meat value
  • other parts value (e.g. horns, skin)

3. Main costs:

  • fixed costs amortization (e.g. farmer wage, structures, insurance, cow equipment)
  • medical expenses
  • feed and water

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You should assess the value generated, the selling value and the costs:

1. Value generated during cow possession:

  • milk
  • sons
  • compost

2. The selling value will depend on:

  • remaining value generable
  • meat value
  • other parts value (e.g. horns, skin)

3. Main costs:

  • fixed costs amortization (e.g. farmer wage, structures, insurance, cow equipment)
  • medical expenses
  • feed and water

Best,

Antonello

the weight, the milk it produces it per day and the market price

the weight, the milk it produces it per day and the market price

In answering this question I would focus on portraying creativity and innovation, instead of focussing on the detailed value analysis.

My dad happens to be a farmer, so my answer would be to give him a call, which will probably not be an answer the interviewer is expecting

In answering this question I would focus on portraying creativity and innovation, instead of focussing on the detailed value analysis.

My dad happens to be a farmer, so my answer would be to give him a call, which will probably not be an answer the interviewer is expecting

and probably not an answer the op was expecting. — Anonymous C on Dec 22, 2020