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Income analisis between fattening and breeding of bali cattle at communal housing system in narmada district west lombok regency west nusa tenggara province indonesia

Author: 
Muhamad Yasin., Muh Prasetyo Nugroho and Bulkaini

This research aimed at identifying the income difference between fattening and breeding of Bali cattle at communal animal housing in Narmada district West Lombok Regency West Nusa Tenggara. The research was conducted with survey method for four weeks. Sampling area was determined by purposive sampling to 4 groups of farmer in 4 sub districts. Respondents were chosen by simple random sampling. There were 52 respondents composed of 26 farmers from fattening sector and 26 farmers from breeding sector. The collected data were analyzed using input output analysis continued with T-test using SPSS software ver.16. Results showed that average net farm income for fattening sector was IDR 5.803.612 per farmer annually with average number of raised cattle of 2.46 while it was IDR 1.026.106 per farmer annually in breeding sector with average of raised cattle of 2.35. Average of net farm income incomes per number of cattle raised was IDR 2.582.204 annually for fattening sector, while it was IDR 692.748 annually for breeding sector. Average benefit cost ratio for fattening was 1.2 while it was 1.3 for breeding. T-test showed that the t-value was -4.166 and Sig. of 0.014 which confirmed that there was significant difference between fattening and breeding sector in term of income.

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