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    Database suggestions

    Hi

    I'm trying to build a database and I was hoping for some tips from forum members.

    Basically I building a database of farms (at least over 1000). For each farm will track different types of production - soybeans, barley etc.

    For each farm I will also track various cost associated with production like diesel, labour, inputs.

    I'm hoping the database can be dynamic so that I can extract different data points at will.

    Should I be using combination of excel and access or just excel.

    Any other suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Re: Database suggestions

    Hi and welcome to the forum

    If your access skills are as weak as mine, I would go with excel. You can have 1 big database on 1 sheet, and then use a bunch of other sheets to runs extracts, charts, analysis etc
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