K. Kasim
Faculty of Animal Husbandry, Hasanuddin University Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan, KM 10, Makassar – 90245, South Sulawesi

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ADOPTION OF BIOSECURITY MEASURES BY LAYER SMALLHOLDERS Lestari, V.S.; Sirajuddin, S.N.; Kasim, K.
Journal of the Indonesian Tropical Animal Agriculture Vol 36, No 4 (2011): (December)
Publisher : Diponegoro University

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It was indicated that layer smallholders awareness of biosecurity was low. This paper aimed todetermine the level of adoption within the South Sulawesi layer smallholders of a range of standardbiosecurity measures. Sidenreng Rappang (Sidrap) regency was chosen as a location of the research,because it was famous as a central of layer smallholders. Total sample was 60 respondents. The samplewas chosen through random sampling from two districts which were the most populous of layersmallholders, namely Baranti and Maritengae. Data were collected using structured questionnaires anddepth-interview. The data were tabulated and analysed using a simple method of scoring with regard totheir biosecurity status. The status of biosecurity was used to know the level of biosecurity adoption.Biosecurity status was obtained based on the adoption of biosecurity measures which consisted of 9stages: farm inputs, traffic onto farms, distance from sources of pathogens to shed, exposure of farm,biosecurity at farm boundary, biosecurity between farm boundary and shed, biosecurity at the shed door,traffic into the shed and susceptibility of the flock. Using adoption index, this research revealed thatbiosecurity adoption of layer smallholders in South Sulawesi was classified into a ?partial adopter?.
FACTORS INFLUENCING BIOSECURITY ADOPTION ON LAYING HEN FARMERS Lestari, V.S.; Natsir, A.; Sirajuddin, S.N.; Kasim, K.; Ali, H.M.; Saadah, S.; Mawardi, M.
Journal of the Indonesian Tropical Animal Agriculture Vol 37, No 4 (2012): (December)
Publisher : Diponegoro University

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The present study was undertaken to identify factors that influences biosecurity adoption on layinghen farmers in Sidrap district, South Sulawesi. This district was choosen because beside it was famousas the center of laying hen farms, it was also as one of districts in South Sulawesi which suffered fromAvian influenza outbreak. Total samples were 60 respondents. The samples were choosen throughstratified random sampling from two subdistricts which had the most populous of layer smallholders,namely Baranti and Maritengngae. Data were obtained through observations and interviews using aquestionnaire. Data were analyzed using a score based on biosecurity status. Biosecurity status wasobtained based on the adoption of biosecurity measures which consisted of 9 stages: farm inputs, trafficonto farms, distance from sources of pathogens to shed, exposure of farm, biosecurity at farm boundary,biosecurity between farm boundary and shed, biosecurity at the shed door, traffic into the shed andsusceptibility of the flock. Multiple regression model was employed to analyze the data. The studyrevealed that the adoption biosecurity were associated with gender, age, education, farming experience,farm-income, family size and social capital. These variables contributed 20% variation in biosecurityadoption of laying hen farms. However, only farm income, family size and social capital were the majorfactors influencing to the adoption of biosecurity (P<0.05).
Analysis on Satisfaction Level of Broiler Chicken Farmer in Implementing Business Partnership in South Sulawesi: A Case Study in Maros Regency Palmarudi, .; Kasim, K.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 2, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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Broiler farm is one type of business that attracts many farmers in South Sulawesi and one of the driving forces is the presence of nucleus plasma business partnership pattern.  Increasing number of companies involved in partnership causing tougher competition among nucleus firms to get the farmer partners. Those who are able to  provide the best quality of service will get a lot of  farmer  partners and will be  able to maintain continuity  of implementation partnerships. This research aim was to analyze attributes of service quality dimension (reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy, tangible) that can give satisfaction to the broiler farmers on the implementation the partnership. Fifty eight broiler farmers, who have implemented partnership, were selected as the sample based on stratified random sampling methods which were distributed proportionally in the long time of partnership period which was 1-5 years, 6-10 years, and more than 11 year. Then, the respondents from each stratum were randomly chosen. In addition, descriptive analysis and Importance-Performance Analysis (IPA) were used to analyze of the data. The results of this study indicated that the level of satisfaction of broiler farmers on implementing the partnership including the classification was quite good. This was reflected by the result of performance analysis between compatibility and interests of farmers which gave a value of 77.04% of the 19 attributes of service quality dimensions of firm nucleus analyzed. There were seven attributes that have high level of interests but the performance was still considered low by the broiler farmer plasma. Therefore, it is suggested to the nucleus firms to improve the attributes and to the plasma broiler farmers to establish their own institutions in order to improve their bargaining position to the firm nucleus.
LIFE EXTENSION TECHNIQUE FOR WELDED STRUCTURE USING HFMI/PIT: A REVIEW ON PAST AND CURRENT RESEARCHES WITH APPLICATIONS Manurung, Y. H. P.; Mohamed, M. A.; Andud, D.; Abidin, A. Z.; Saidin, S.; Kasim, K.; Ishak, D. P.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 2, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Mercu Buana University

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In this paper, High Frequency Mechanical Impact (HFMI) using Pneumatic Impact Treatment (PIT) which can be applied for new or aging welded structure towards asset integrity will be discussed. The technology HFMI/PIT which falls under post weld treatment process is primarily aimed to enhance fatigue life and to strengthen welded joint. At first, the basic principle on fatigue of welded structure based on the IIW Recommendation will be briefly described. Further, various investigations conducted by prominent research universities or institutions and various industrial applications in European countries will be reviewed and discussed. Lastly, the current research on application of HFMI/PIT carried out under Advanced Manufacturing Technology Excellence Centre (AMTEx) at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering UiTM Shah Alam will be presented. As conclusion, it is stated that HFMI/PIT can be applied for extending the structural life and also for design optimization.
Analysis on Satisfaction Level of Broiler Chicken Farmer in Implementing Business Partnership in South Sulawesi: A Case Study in Maros Regency Palmarudi, .; Kasim, K.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 2, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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Broiler farm is one type of business that attracts many farmers in South Sulawesi and one of the driving forces is the presence of nucleus plasma business partnership pattern.  Increasing number of companies involved in partnership causing tougher competition among nucleus firms to get the farmer partners. Those who are able to  provide the best quality of service will get a lot of  farmer  partners and will be  able to maintain continuity  of implementation partnerships. This research aim was to analyze attributes of service quality dimension (reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy, tangible) that can give satisfaction to the broiler farmers on the implementation the partnership. Fifty eight broiler farmers, who have implemented partnership, were selected as the sample based on stratified random sampling methods which were distributed proportionally in the long time of partnership period which was 1-5 years, 6-10 years, and more than 11 year. Then, the respondents from each stratum were randomly chosen. In addition, descriptive analysis and Importance-Performance Analysis (IPA) were used to analyze of the data. The results of this study indicated that the level of satisfaction of broiler farmers on implementing the partnership including the classification was quite good. This was reflected by the result of performance analysis between compatibility and interests of farmers which gave a value of 77.04% of the 19 attributes of service quality dimensions of firm nucleus analyzed. There were seven attributes that have high level of interests but the performance was still considered low by the broiler farmer plasma. Therefore, it is suggested to the nucleus firms to improve the attributes and to the plasma broiler farmers to establish their own institutions in order to improve their bargaining position to the firm nucleus.