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Analisis Kelayakan Investasi Penggemukan Sapi Bali di Kabupaten Konawe Selatan Nur, Nurholis; Tuwo, Muhammad Akib; Hafid, Harapin
On Process
Publisher : Department of Agribusiness Halu Oleo University Kendari Southeast Sulawesi

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This research aims to determine the number of investment expenses and analyze the technical and financial feasibility fattening Bali cattle in South Konawe. research conducted in November of 2009. Data analyzed by (1) Net Present Value (NPV), (2) Internal Rate of Return (IRR), (3) Net Benefit Cost Ratio (NBCR), (4) Sensitivity Analysis. Based on research results can be concluded : (1). south Konawe technically possible to host the fattening of Bali cattle, because conditions in accordance with technical requirements cultivation and cultivation of grass feed beef cattle, (2) the cost of fish per year investment in 1200 amounted to Rp 3,029,547,500 which is used to open the garden 4.5 hectares of grass, grass seeds king grass, build a cow shed, office buildings, warehouses, supporting infrastructure, and machinery and equipment, (3) The financial analysis showed that fattening Bali cattle in South Konawe feasible with NPV Rp 7,678,359,025, IRR of 44.20% and NBCR Rp 3.09 (4) results of sensitivity analysis showed that fattening Bali cattle in South Konawe remain viable despite a 10% increase in costs or decrease benefits by 10%, and (5) fattening Bali cattle in South Konawe Regency positive impact that can not be measured with money that is: improvement of soil fertility, labor absorption, and increased knowledge to farmers on how to properly cultivate Bali cattle.
EFISIENSI USAHA BUDIDAYA UDANG VANNAME Jusmiaty, Jusmiaty; Tuwo, Muhammad Akib; Bahari, Bahari
Jurnal Sosio Agribisnis Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Sosio Agribisnis (JSA)
Publisher : Universitas Halu Oleo

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This study aimed to analyze the effects of production factors on production volume; determine and analyze the technical, economic, and allocative level of efficiency of vanname shrimp farming.  The study was conducted at Sani-Sani village in Samaturu sub regency, Kolaka regency, involving 46 purposively-selected samples of shrimp farmers. Analysis was performed using the Frontier version 41.c program by applying the stochastic frontier approach to production function and cost function. Results of the study were: volume of production were affected by: farming area, urea fertilizer, shrimp feedings, shrimp seedlings, and labors. Production cost was affected by price of: volume production, urea fertilizer, SP36 fertilizer, lime, shrimp seedlings, and labors. The average technical efficiency, allocative efficiency and economic efficiency shrimp farming vanname in the classification efficiency was low because the value below 90 percent efficiency ranged between 80.99 to 88.64 percent of the use of factors of production is not efficient , which means they need additional factor production. Keywords: vanname shrimp; allocative; economic; technical efficiency; stochastic frontier