Economic Analysis Of Superior Native Chicken In Tembuku Bangli

Ida Ayu Parwati(1*), Nyoman Suyasa(2)

(1) Bali Assesment Institute for Agricultural Technology
(2) Bali Assesment Institute for Agricultural Technology
(*) Corresponding Author


Native Chickens are maintained as part-time businesses to utilize the home page,
generally maintained traditionally, as a container for the rest of the kitchen and at any time can
be cashed. Traditional maintenance causes low productivity and very high chicken mortality
rates. Provision of rations that are in accordance with the nutritional needs of native chicken
and with a semi-intensive maintenance system can increase chicken productivity while
increasing farmer's income and profits. In this regard, research has been carried out to analyze
the economic agribissnis of superior native chicken (KUB) that have been carried out in Bali.
The survey method was carried out in December 2018 - March 2019 in the Sato Nadi native
chicken farmer group. The results shown that the average maintenance of superior native
chickens was 200, with semi-intensive cages, feed was obtained by buying at the nearest stalls.
maintenance of native chickens at the study site mostly for fattening, egg production and
production of day of chick (DOC). The purpose of maintenance is to fatten up to the age of 3
months, whereas if kept for brooders until the age of 1.5 years. For purposes of fattening, the
costs spent amounted to Rp. 5,085,950, egg production amounting to Rp. 46,660,000 and for
breed production of Rp. 70,170,000. From the feasibility analysis each obtained B/C value of
0.41 (for fattening), 0.26 (for egg production purposes) and 0.65 (for DOC production).

Full Text:


Article Metrics

Abstract views : 283 | views : 319


  • There are currently no refbacks.