Profil Peternakan Domba Rakyat di Desa Cibanteng dan Desa Cikarawang.
Nurlatifah, Ai Anis
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Traditional farmers have good experience in sheep farming but they still have weakness in management, especially in financial aspects in measuring business profit and loss. This research was purposed to explaining general condition and examinating financial aspect of sheep traditional farm in two villages Cibanteng and Cikarawang. Thirty farmer respondents from each village were interviewed, and clasified into two categories (scale I and scale II) based on average number of sheep. Data were analyzed by description method. The result showed that average of farmer’s cash revenue in Cibanteng Village were Rp 4 894 737 per year (scale I) and Rp 9 000 000 per year (scale II); average of farmer’s cash revenue in Cikarawang Village were Rp 3 642 857 per year (scale I) and Rp 8 000 000 per year (scale II). Although they had got profit by cash revenue, actually they was in loss condition and not productive yet, shown by number of sale <BEP (Break Event Point) and Revenue and Cost ratio (R/C) <1. However they continued to raise sheep by traditional method because there are many production factors that have never calculated (non-cash of cost production) so that was still a profitable farm activity. By assumption of potential production coefficient, 77 sheep must be sold per year to made equivalent profit with Bogor regional minimum wage by maintaining 38 ewes at the beginning of year and supported by implementation of good farming practices (GFP).