Technical Allocative And Economic Efficiency - Thesis

Broiler meat production in 2010 amounted to 1,184,366.15 thousand tons, an increase of 2.8% from the total production of chicken meat in the previous year.However, the level of formal education and gender contributed to improving technical inefficiency.Allocative efficiency levels ranged from 0.881 to 1.310 with an average of 1.008.According to the Ministry of Agriculture, in 2010 the national meat consumption reached 7.75 kg / / year of national meat consumption are from chicken meat consumption.Being a country with the fourth largest population in the world, Indonesia is an enormous market, causing an increase of the demand for broiler meat.The intended use of the closed house system cage is to create a controlled microclimate inside the cage, improve productivity, land and labor efficiency, and create environmentally friendly environment.Development of closed house system requires high capital outlay; however, a number of broiler breeders in Malang of East Java, Indonesia, have already been using this housing system.The diversity of broiler production levels caused by differences in the level of technical efficiency among farmers is at 0.63% with the average of 0.929.Estimation of the effects of technical inefficiency that all variables are statistically determinants has no real effect.Sampling technique used in this study is total sampling.Data collected from 55 respondents The Stochastics Frontier Analysis was employed to measure production efficiency.


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