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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Economic Analysis Of Bali Cattle Farm In Timor Island Indonesia

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AUTHOR(S)

Fellyanus Habaora, Asnath Maria Fuah, Luki Abdullah, Rudy Priyanto, Ahmad Yani, Bagus Priyo Purwanto

 

KEYWORDS

Economic Analysis, Bali Cattle Farm, Agroecosystems.

 

ABSTRACT

The economic analysis of the Bali cattle farm was carried out on Timor Island, East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia, which was carried out from January-December 2018. The research location was selected purposively which represented the pasture agroecosystem located in Belu District, Malaka District, and Timor Tengah Utara District. Kupang District and Kota Kupang are areas that represent agricultural agroecosystems and plantation agroecosystems, and Timor Tengah Selatan District represents forest agroecosystems. Whereas the determination of respondents is 5-10% of the number of farmers in each agroecosystem that has > 10 Bali cattle. Data collection methods are done through observation, interviews and documentation. This research uses descriptive data analysis about income, production costs, and capital. The results showed that Bali cattle farm on Timor Island who had better value in terms of production costs per tail of cattle were farmers in the pasture agroecosystem (IDR 4,506,035) followed by farmers in the forest agroecosystem (IDR 4,549,186), farmers of agricultural agroecosystems (IDR 4,691,241) ), and farmers in plantation agroecosystems (IDR 4,736,346). But based on the aspect of better livestock income per cattle by farmers in the Timor Island agroecosystem are farmers in plantation agroecosystems (IDR 8,698,116) followed by agricultural agroecosystems (IDR 8,478,431), forest agroecosystems (IDR 7,648,095), and pasture agroecosystems (IDR 7,503,937). Then the net profit obtained by farmers in plantation agroecosystems is IDR 3,961,770/tail, agricultural agroecosystems IDR 3,787,190/tail, forest agroecosystems IDR 3,988,910/tail, and pasture agroecosystems IDR 2,997,902/tail. BEP of Bali cattle price in plantation agroecosystem is IDR 5,505,948, pasture agroecosystem is IDR 5,672,376, agricultural agroecosystem is IDR 5,786,974, and forest agroecosystem is IDR 6,047,452. The value of rentability from plantation agroecosystem was 53.9% followed by agricultural agroecosystem by 40.6%, pasture agroecosystem 28.6%, and forest agroecosystem by 23.2%. In general, Bali cattle farmers in Timor Island agroecosystems that have good economic value in terms of income are farmers in plantation agroecosystems, followed by farmers in agricultural agroecosystems, forest agroecosystems, and pasture agroecosystems. Factors affecting the income of farmers is the selling price and the number of Bali cattle.

 

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