MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis

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ISSN / EISSN : 24604321 / 25798340
Current Publisher: Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Galuh (10.25157)
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Tedi Hartoyo, M Iskandar Mamoen, Hendar Nuryaman
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5, pp 72-89; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1642

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This study aims to develop a capacity analysis, the cost analysis and comparative efficiency of use of the tractor, buffalo and power man in the processing of paddy farmland. The study was conducted using survey method in the city of Tasikmalaya. Based on the analysis, of this study concluded there are significant differences amount of capacity, the cost of the use of tractor, livestock and human labor in the processing of farm land. Tractor in land processing, achieve the highest capacity 0.0425 ha/hour compared with 0.0292 ha/hour the buffalo capacity and manpower 0.0021 ha/hour For using the land with the highest human power Rp 1.610.227/ha, and the lowest cost using Rp 364.127 cattle /ha, while the cost of the use of tractor is between them, namely Rp 715.390 /ha. Based on the capacity and the cost can be stated that it is technically the most efficient use of tractor, but economically use the most efficient buffalo shows.
Lucyana Trimo, Syarif Hidayat, Muhammad Arief Budiman
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5, pp 46-59; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1630

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At present the number of actors from the tea agro-industry actors in West Java is decreasing, for example, the agroindustry of tea smallholder in Cianjur District in 2015 in Sub-districts: Sukanagara only has six units out of 11 units, Takokak Sub-district there are only 11 units of 38 units, and The Campaka sub-district has no more agroindustry of tea smallholder that was established even though a few years ago there were three units of the agroindustry of tea smallholder. These conditions also occur in other areas, such as in Bandung's Ciwidey District, even now only the Barokah Farmers Group's agroindustry still survives (from the four agro-industries in Bandung's Ciwidey District). Some determinants of the persistence of the agroindustry of tea smallholder can come from internal and external factors concerned. The research technique used is a case study. Determination of informants was done purposively, namely Plantation Service staff, chairman and deputy chairman of the farmer group, general manager of the tea agro-industry of the people, supplier farmers, and village apparatus. Secondary data is collected from existing documents in relevant agencies and journals. Data and information obtained were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that, the sustainability of the existence of the agroindustry of tea smallholder was determined by several factors, namely the ability of the people's tea agro-industry actors in: 1) fulfilling the supply of raw materials (tea tops), 2) managing the finances owned, 3) managing the organization, 4) doing product diversification, 5) expanding information networks and connectivity with relevant agencies, 6) continuity in market demand, and 7) continuity in maintaining product quality.
Muher Sukmayanto, Erika Dwi Alviana, Abdul Muhtholib
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5, pp 114-123; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1724

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This study aims to determine the perceptions of rice farmers on billing system programs. This research was conducted in Metro Barat District, Metro City. Sampling in this study used a purposive sampling technique, namely farmers from participants in the billing system program. The type of data used in this study are primary and secondary data. The method used in this study is a qualitative descriptive analysis method used to determine rice farmers' perceptions of billing system programs. The results of the study obtained farmers' perceptions of the billing system program seen from the program objectives in the good category. Farmers' perceptions of billing system programs seen from program implementation are still in the poor category. Farmers' perceptions of billing system programs seen from the benefits obtained by farmers are categorized as good.
Himmatul Miftah, Arti Yusdiarti, Dean Riza Rivanda
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5, pp 23-32; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1575

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Increasing in population, vegetable consumption levels and healthy lifestyle offer a big opportunities for the vegetables marketing. These opportunities need to be utilized to bring benefit for vegetable farmers. Profits can be achieved through the selection of a supply chain that favors farmers through a development model of vegetable supply chain in Bogor City.The purpose of this research is to analyze the components of supply chain system by vegetable farmers to traditional markets in terms of their supply chain performance. The vegetables analyzed were spinach, potato, tomato, and onion. Data obtained by survey and observation. The main respondents are farmers vegetable producers who sell to traditional markets, either directly or through intermediaries. Three retailers as respondents were chosen purposively in each vegetable at Bogor and Jambu Dua market. Other respondents are marketers and farmers who were chosen by the retailers (snowball sampling method). Data were analyzed to determine the supply chain performance through SCOR method. The results showed that the producers spinach and tomato supplied from the farmers nearby to Bogor City. While other vegetables like onions and potatoes were supplied from farmers in West Java and mid Java. All vegetables studied in their distribution through equalization process. Performance of traditional vegetable supply chain has not yet integrated consumer expectation and producers/ farmers in planning, procurement, production, distribution, return, and action. This unoptimal performance of vegetable supply chain in traditional markets reviewed from supply chain reliability, responsiveness, flexibility, and assets management of supply chain.
Astari Avisha, Anne Charina, Trisna Insan Noor, Gema Wibawa Mukti
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5, pp 1-22; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1571

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Currently the development of the financial services industry with a touch of technological innovation or called financial technology (Fintech) began to penetrate into the agricultural sector, even utilization is used to work on the scale of business at the farm level. One form of Fintech implementation in the agricultural sector is crowdfunding which is a fund raising activity for farmers capital by online using digital media (internet). One of the crowdfunding platforms in Indonesia which is engaged in agriculture is Crowde. This study aims to find out the description of crowdfunding management concepts conducted by Crowde as access to alternative capital based on digital technology on agricultural activities and to know the response of farmers partners to the concept of crowdfunding conducted by Crowde. The research technique used is case study with descriptive qualitative design using Milles Model and Huberman approach. The results show that during the planning phase, Crowde conducts farmer profilling and project analysis, and establishes provision fees. While the implementation stage of crowdfunding involves raising funds on the website, channeling capital through a farm shop and refunding investors through the Wallet feature. While the controlling phase takes place during the project through the project monitoring and reporting system. Crowde partner farmers showed a positive response to the crowdfunding scheme as access to capital. Most of the partner farmers say the process or procedure of the capital scheme is very easy to follow and judge that the crowdfunding model is very useful and suitable as access to farmers' capital.
Susy Edwina, Jum'atri Yusri, Evi Maharani
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5, pp 90-103; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1708

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Oil palm plantation is a sector that significantly contributes to the economy of the people in Riau Province. Along with the development of oil palm industry, various technologies that aim to increase production and income of oil palm farmers have been introduced to the society. One of these technologies is Sistem Integrasi Sapi dan Kelapa Sawit (SISKA). The aim of SISKA is to increase the income of smallholder oil palm farmers. Farmers' income is expected to increase with business efficiency through the use of waste from livestock as fertilizer in oil palm plantations and new sources of income are emerging as a result of livestock business. This study aims to examine the comparison of productivity and income of plantation using SISKA and without using SISKA in Siak Regency. The study was conducted using a survey method in two representative locations, namely Sialang Palas Village, Lubuk Dalam District and Teluk Merbau Village, Dayun District. The research data are the primary data gathered by purposive sampling technique. The results showed that the productivity of plantations with SISKA that use organic fertilizer 18,899.93 kg/ha/year relatively higher than the productivity of plantations without SISKA that not use organic fertilizer 17,039.73/ha/year (significant at a 15%). The income of oil palm plantations using SISKA Rp 22,906,136.7/ha/year relatively higher than the income of the plantations without SISKA Rp 21,294,583.00/ha/year, however the difference is not statistically significant, because using SISKA increase the production cost.
Getmi Nuraisah, Rani Andriani Budi Kusumo
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5, pp 60-71; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1639

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One of the biggest threats in the world of agriculture is the occurrence of global climate change which is likely to result in crop failure. Agriculture and climate change have a very close connection, because agricultural sector is very dependent and very vulnerable to climate change, so that the knowledge of farmers in the magnitude of climate change is needed. This study aims to examine the extent to which farmers' knowledge of climate change is happening and the impacts caused by climate change, especially on rice. This research was carried out using qualitative design with "case study" techniques, using primary data and secondary data. Determination of informants was carried out purposively, namely farmers who had done farming for ± 10 years who experienced crop failure and who were not with their land ownership status. Data collection techniques used in the form of observation, interviews and literature studies. The design of data analysis uses descriptive analysis. The results of this study indicate that farmers who experience crop failure and who have harvested already know and feel the changes that occur such as changes in planting, changes in temperature, changes in rainfall, extreme weather, and pest attacks, but farmers have not been able to explain what climate change own. The impact felt by farmers due to climate change is that farmers experience a decline in yields, increased pest attacks, increased risk of crop failure and a decrease in farmers' income.
Agus Yuniawan Isyanto, Sudrajat Sudrajat
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5, pp 33-45; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1578

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The beef cattle fattening farming in Ciamis Distrcit has the potential to increase regional economy and farmer income. The study was carried out using literature studies using secondary data which was analyzed descriptively to describe the performance of beef cattle fattening farming in Ciamis District. The results showed that beef cattle fattening farming in Ciamis District needed to be developed through increased production, productivity and efficiency supported by government policies.
Agus Yuniawan Isyanto
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1768

Dana Megayani
MIMBAR AGRIBISNIS: Jurnal Pemikiran Masyarakat Ilmiah Berwawasan Agribisnis, Volume 5, pp 104-113; doi:10.25157/ma.v5i1.1719

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Ogan Komering Ulu Selatan (OKUS) is one of the regencies in South Sumatera with the largest coffee plantation area. Despite the decrease in the plantation sector, the number of household coffee farmers increased by 7.63 percent, based on the Agriculture Cencus of 2013, compared to that of 2003. The question is whether the coffee farming profitable for the farmers. To describe the farmers characteristics and to analyze the economic feasibility of the coffee farming in OKUS, the study on the data obtained from the Cost-Benefit Coffee Farming Survey (SOUT) of the 2014 was carried out using descriptive and quantitative analysis of R/C Ratio. As a result, the coffee farming is profitable and feasible especially in terms of legal, social and economical aspects. However, the farmers are still weak in the technical and business management aspect, due to their traditional management practises. Demographically, the farmers are dominated by low-educated men and each household farmer manages 1,000-3,000 coffee trees with the tree age in between 8 and 15 years. The household housings are categorically as good. This study reccommends an effort of institutional empowerment and capacity building on the farmers as well as a strategy in the agriculture activity, either in the farmers, the associated companies, and the local government, in order to increase the quality of the coffee production.
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