QDAS - Qld Dairy Accounting Scheme

The Queensland Dairy Accounting Scheme (QDAS) is a service of the Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, and was established to improve the understanding of business principles among advisors and dairy farmers by providing farm management accounting and analysis.  QDAS has evolved to now examine the business traits of profitability, solvency and efficiency and continues to help dairy farmers make informed decisions based on business information.

The QDAS reports provide a summary of physical and financial data from various dairy production systems in Queensland.  Farmer participation in QDAS is voluntary and free. Results and trends need to be interpreted carefully as QDAS farms have larger herds and produce more milk per farm than the Queensland average.

2020 QDAS Report

2011 QDAS Report

2019 QDAS Report

2010 QDAS Report

2018 QDAS Report

2009 QDAS Report

2017 QDAS Report

2008 QDAS Report

2016 QDAS Report

2007 QDAS Report

2015 QDAS Report

2006 QDAS Report

2014 QDAS Report

2005 QDAS Report

2013 QDAS Report

2004 QDAS Report

2012 QDAS Report

2003 QDAS Report

2002 QDAS Report

How do you take part in QDAS or find out more about QDAS?

There is no charge for the QDAS service, and all individual records and reports are confidential. To take part in QDAS or for further information contact:

Ray Murphy

Senior Scientist (Dairy Farm Business Management)

Department of Agriculture and Fisheries

Phone: 07 4529 4165