The Function of Credit Scheme to Improve Family Income among Beef Cattle Farmers in Central Java Province

prasetyo, edy and Gayatri, Siwi and Roessali, Wiludjeng and Ekowati, Titik (2018) The Function of Credit Scheme to Improve Family Income among Beef Cattle Farmers in Central Java Province. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 119, International Ruminant Seminar: "Eco-friendly livestock production for sustainable agriculture" 24 October 2017, Diponegoro University, Indonesia, 1 (1). pp. 1-6. ISSN 1755-1315


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Abstract The aims of study were: (i) identify of beef cattle fattening credit scheme, (ii) calculating and analyze of beef cattle farmers' income, (iii) analyze of factors influencing beef cattle credit scheme towards farmer's income. The research was held in five regencies in Central Java Province. Beef cattle fattening farm was standardized as an elementary unit. Survey method was used, while Two Stage Cluster Purposive Sampling was used for determining of sample. Data were analyzed using statistical method of quantitative descriptive and inferential statistics in term of income analysis and multiple linear regression models. The result showed that farmers used their own capital to run the farm. The average amount was IDR 10,769,871. Kredit Ketahanan Pangan dan Energi was credit scheme which was dominantly access by farmers. The average credit was IDR 23,312,200/farmer with rate of credit equal to 6.46%, the time of credit returning equal to 24.60 monthand the prediction of average collateral equal to IDR 35,800,00. The average of farmers' income was IDR 4,361,611.60/2.96 head of beef cattle/fattening period. If the labour cost did not calculate as a cost production, hence the farmer' income was IDR 7,608,630.41 or in other word the farmer' income increase 74.44%. Factors of credit scheme which partially significant influence to the farmers' income were number of own capital usage and value of credit collateral. Meanwhile, name of credit scheme, financing institution as a creditor, amount of credit, rate of credit scheme and time of returning credit were not significantly influence towards farmers' income.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Animal and Agricultural Sciences > Department of Agribusiness
ID Code:82250
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