Critical Dimension on Beef Cattle Livestosk Institutional Development (A Case of Social-Economic Engineering on Learning Society)

  • Surachman Suwardi, Dyah Gandasari, Opik Ahmad Taopik, Wardani, Rifa Rafi’atu Syabani Wihansah

Abstract

The research objectives were 1) To analyze the factors that influence the institutional development of beef cattle farmers, and 2). To draw up an action plan for strengthening beef cattle breeder institutions. Data collection techniques using the method of observation, interviews and indepth study. While the data analysis was descriptive and verification analysis using partial least square. The location of the study was Cipunagara sub-district, chosen with consideration of representing the location of beef cattle breeders in Subang district, while the sampling technique was purposive sampling. The unit of research analysis is individual beef cattle breeders. Determination of respondents in this study using the method of intact sampling system (census). The sample of this research are Poktan Sari Mulya Mandiri and Poktan Bina Insani. The study was conducted for 8 months, starting from May to December 2019. The results showed 1) Partially and simultaneously between the characteristics of farmers; nature of innovation; supporting factors and government policies significantly influence the adoption of farmers in economic institutional development programs, and 2) Short-term action plans, mapping the facilitators and training for assistance facilitators, while long-term action plans, developing communication between clients and management units beef cattle corporation area regularly.

Published
2020-04-08
How to Cite
Surachman Suwardi, Dyah Gandasari, Opik Ahmad Taopik, Wardani, Rifa Rafi’atu Syabani Wihansah. (2020). Critical Dimension on Beef Cattle Livestosk Institutional Development (A Case of Social-Economic Engineering on Learning Society). International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(3), 8123 - 8129. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/8389
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