Feasibility the Using of Coffee Waste for Bali Cattle Fattening in Bangli

Ida Ayu Parwati, N Suyasa

Abstract


In Bali, one of the important issues related to livestock development is the issue of feed. The farmers often complain because of high prices of feed that often do not correspond to price of product increase. One of the alternatives for the provision of feed that are cheap and competitive is through the utilization of plantation waste. To view the financial feasibility of livestock farmers is introducting of coffee waste research in the Belantih Village, District of Kintamani, Bangli Regency. The eligible criteria used is Net Present Value (NPV), B/C ratio and the Internal Rate of Return (IRR), followed by the sensitivity test. From the analysis it was founded that the addition of coffee bran into the feed (forage + biocas) of fattening cattle to include net income (year 0 up to 10th) against level discount factor (df) 12% obtained NPV of Rp. 15,079,587.91; IRR of 21% and B/C ratio of 2.62. In farm of fattening who were given forage just acquired a negative NPV of Rp. 14,547,191.50; 1% IRR and B/C ratio of 1.04. From the economic analysis, it was concluded that the using coffee bran is feasible to be introduced due to B/C>1 compared to the usual management by the farmers. The sensitivity test showed that the beef cattle fattening are very sensitive to changes.

Keywords


Feasibility Effort; Waste Coffee; Fattening; Bali Cattle

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DOI: 10.14334/Proc.Intsem.LPVT-2016-p.71-77

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