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Socio-economic analysis of broiler livestock business in West Lombok district, Indonesia

Author: MUHAMMAD YASIN
Abstract: This study aims to describe the application of the basic principles of justice and to analyze the economic impact of the application of the basic principles of fairness in the broiler chicken farm business in partnership in West Lombok Regency. PT. Firdaus was chosen purposively as the object of study with the consideration that he had quite a lot of partner/ plasma breeders in West Lombok Regency. As informants, three breeders were selected using the Snowball Sampling technique, and these breeders had at least two years of experience as plasma so that they were sufficiently aware of the ins and outs of implementing partnerships in broiler chicken farming. Primary data collection was carried out by in-depth interview method with the researcher himself as a research instrument (human instrument), participant observation, and documentation method. Primary data collected were analyzed using intuitive analysis and qualitative analysis. The results showed: (i) the application of the basic principles of fairness in the broiler farm business in the partnership pattern in West Lombok Regency was not yet completely good, because it was only applied to two aspects of the five partnerships that bind the nucleus and plasma parties, namely the determination of the number of sapronak will be received by plasma breeders and a determination of harvest time; whereas the application of the basic principles of justice to three other aspects, namely contract formulation, sapronak pricing and contract/ harvest price fixing, intuitively is still not good, and (ii) in terms of profit per head, Benefit Cost Ratio and Economic Profitability, business scale. The most profitable broiler chickens are 2,500-7,500 chickens per period.
Keyword: Broiler agribusiness, basic justice, broiler chickens, partnership patterns
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/202 1.13.01.090
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