M. Aminawar, M.
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Barrier to Adoption of Integration of Maize-Livestock in Maros, Gowa and Takalar Regency Baba, S.; Sirajuddin, S. N.; Abdullah, A.; Aminawar, M.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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The advantage of integration of corn and cattle has been promoted through demonstration plot and other extension ways. However, the rate of its adoption is still low and not widely accepted. The purpose of this study was to explore the factors that thwort of farmers from adopting the corn and cattle integration system. Survey method was used in this research and was conducted at Maros (glatinous corn production centre), Gowa district (Sweet corn production centre) and Takalar district (yellow and sweet corn production centre). Data collection were carried out using delphie method with three stages. First stage was to explore the factors that thwort of farmer from adopting the technology using FGD.  FGDs were conducted with key informants such as farmers who plant corn and cattle and extension agents.  Second and third stages were to reduce the factors into five most important factors.  The result showed that the inhibiting factor in adopting utilization of corn stalk for animal feeding in Maros regency was lack of feed storehouse, in Takalar Regency was the lack of knowledge in preserving corn stalk and in Gowa was the availability of many other feed resources.  The barrier to adoption of the use of manure as organic fertilizer was the lack of knowledge in composting (in Gowa and Takalar) and the cost of manure processing (in Maros).
Factors Affecting Adoption of Biogas Technology in Dairy Cattle Breeders in Pinang Village, Cendana Sub District, Enrekang District Halim, R. B.; Rasyid, T.; Aminawar, M.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 5, No 1 (2016)
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So far, many public complaints regarding the negative impact of livestock activities were due to negligence of most livestock farmers in waste management of their business, even in many situation, some of them dispose the waste into the river, causing environmental pollution. Livestock waste such as feces, urine, orts,  water from cleaning the cattle, and the pens produce not just bad smell but also cause an itching when they are taking a bath in the contaminated rivers. These have triggered criticisms from the community. Treating or processing the waste, not only will reduce the impact on the environment, but also will provide benefits because it can be used to produce fuel. One of the available processing technology is biogas technology. Biogas can be used as economical fuel and also can be used to reduce environmental pollution in rural areas. Biogas technology in Desa Pinang District of Cendana Enrekang initially as an effort to use cow feces as alternative energy and reduce environmental pollution. In connection with that, some issues was emerging in relation to the adoption of biogas among the dairy farmers. The purpose of this study was to determine whether extension, experience, education, and motivation may influence the adoption of biogas technology in Pinang Village, Cendana Sub District, Enrekang District. The research was carried from January to February 2016 in Pinang Village, Cendana Sub District, Enrekang District. The type of research was quantitative explanatory. The analytical tool used was multiple regression analysis.The results of study showed that the factors influencing the adoption of biogas technology were extension and motivation, while education and experience had no effects on.
Analysis of Customer Satisfaction Level towards Product Quality of Chicken Slaughter House of PT. Ciomas Adisatwa Maros, South Sulawesi Khurniyah, H.; Amrawaty, A. A.; Aminawar, M.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 5, No 1 (2016)
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The purpose of research was to study the level of customer satisfaction towards product quality of the slaughter house of PT. Ciomas Adisatwa. The study was conducted on the customers of the company who have been transacting over one year. This research was a descriptive quntitative research with explanatory research design. The number of samples was  84 customers of the Ciomas Adisatwa slaughter house, consisting of five fast food restaurantcustomers, four supermarkert customers, eight trading customers, 10 wet markert customers and 57 Horeka customers. Data were analyzed using Importance Performance Analysis (IPA) and Customer Sataisfaction Index (CSI). The results showed that in order to satisfy its customers, PT Ciomas Adistwa slaughter house need to pay attention on the attributes in the first quadrant, namely the hygiene of products, response on the product complaint, easiness in obtaining the product, and facilities provided by the company. In general, the customers were quite satisfied with the performance and product quality of PT Ciomas Adisatwa slaughter house. This was based on the CSI score of 62.4% out of the scale of  51-65%.
Analyze The Contract of Broiler Partnership Farming System in the Province of South Sulawesi in Conjunction to the Law No. 5, 1999 Regarding Prohibition on Monopolistic and Unfair Business Competition Sirajuddin, S. N.; Aminawar, M.; Rohani, St.; Lestari, V. S.; Siregar, A. R.; Aryanto, T.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 4, No 2 (2015)
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This research aimed to analyze the contract of broiler partnership farming system in the Province of South Sulawesi in conjunction to the Law No. 5, 1999 regarding prohibition on monopolistic and unfair business competition. This research was carried out from August 2013 till October 2013 in Maros and Gowa Districts of South Sulawesi. All broiler farmers were treated as the population of the study and farmers having contract with any company in the region were taken as the samples giving total number of sample was 50 farmers. The results of study showed that the implementation of partnership was in line with the contract. However, there were some points of the contract which were not well implemented by both parties, such as the late harvest time and the late payment in which these did not comply with the Law No. 5, 1999.