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Analisis Faktor-Faktor Yang Mempengaruhi Perilaku Konsumen Dalam Membeli Daging Sapi (Studi Kasus : Di Pasar Petisah Kecamatan Medan Petisah Kota Medan) Siregar, Rahma Sari
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Livestock sub-sector is part of the agricultural sector. Livestock sub-sector has a strategic role in the lives of human resource development as well as the Indonesian economy.  This role can be seen from the function of farm products as a provider of animal protein is essential for the development and growth of the human body.  One animal products that provide high protein are beef and also, has a relatively expensive price and demand for beef is also high, especially in Medan.The purpose of this study was  to determine the factors that influence consumer behavior in buying beef in the market district of Medan Petisah.  The sampling method is done by purposive sampling method.  Respondents in this study is the household customers who are buying beef in Petisah Market. Samples taken are as many as 60.  The data collected primary and secondary data.  The results showed that the factors that influence consumer behavior in buying beef is affected by the variable needs and situation of purchase, this can be seen from the t-test for the variable needs of consumers of beef amounted to 12 591 larger than t-table is 1671 and for situation variable purchase 3,483 t count larger than t-table is 1,671.
PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT AND MAIZE CONSUMPTION IN NORTH SUMATRA PROVINCE Siregar, Gustina; Nugraha, Saleh
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The state of Indonesia is an agrarian country, most of its livelihoods are farming. In Indonesia, corn is one of the food ingredients that the government recommends because it sees the huge need of rice. The government made efforts to realize the self-sufficiency of corn production in North Sumatra Province. For that Prediction of corn production development is needed to know the expected target is achieved. Corn production prediction is done using linear trend line formula and data taken in the form of corn production data from 2005 until 2015. North corn maize production until 2015 continues to experience enhancement. Total corn production is 12,369,482 tons, and total corn consumption until 2015 is 690.363 tons. There was a surplus of 10,679,119 tons. Based on the prediction result until 2020 maize production is 8,382,273 tons and corn consumption is 344,990 tons, so the surplus is 8,037,283 tons. This surplus occurs because the corn demand for the industry has not been taken into account.Keyword : Prediction, Maize Production, Linear Trend Line
Population Of Worm Soil Preparation On Land And Management Of Weeds Three District In North Sumatra Province Fitria, Fitria
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This research is to know the level of population of tanag worms with some ways of land preparation and weed management in Deli Serdang, Karo, Simalungun Regency. This research was conducted in three places, namely Deli Serdang, Karo and Simalungun District of North Sumatera Province, from July to September 2013. The observation of earthworms was done by quadratic and Hand Sortir method, plot plots were made with frame measuring 30 x 30 cm, soil sampling as deep as 20 cm in each frame then put into container. Sampling starts from 7:00 to 10:00 pm then land is sorted to get earthworms. Earthworms that can be collected and cleaned are then counted and then put into a bottle sample container and preserved with 70% alcohol then the underground worm sample below to the Systematic Laboratory of FMIPA USU to be identified and counted the number of individuals of each species found (Sumi, 1997). The soil worms that have been preserved by using 70% alcohol are first grouped according to their species then determined and identified by morphology using a microscope. Data analysis The type of earthworm and the number of individuals of each type obtained were calculated Population density, Relative density of each type of Attendance and Composition Frequency. The results of the research and identification done on land preparation and weed management on the land in Simalungun, Deli Serdang and Karo regencies are found in the Simalungun Regency there are 2 families: Glossoscoleadae (species Pontoscolex and Megascolex) and Megascolecidae (Megascolex species). In Kabupaten Deli Serdang there is one family Megascolecidae (species Megascolex) and Karo there is 1 family Megascolecidae (species Peryonix)
SOCIAL CAPITAL REVIEW ON VEGETABLE FARMING (CASE STUDY AT BAROKAH FARMER GROUP SUB-DISTRICT OF TANAH ENAM RATUS SUB DISTRICT OF MEDAN MARELAN) Harahap, Mailina; Herman, Surna
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Social capital that existed in the community to grow and develop along with the development of human.Modal social built in the interaction of farmers in the container farmer group is a capital that continues to undergo change.Dengan dynamics of vegetable farmers in carrying out farm activities can not be separated from the capital social is built on the life of vegetable farmers. This study aims to find out how social capital contained in vegetable farmers who can be reviewed from the aspect; the farmer's active participation, farmer's belief, social norm and responsibility. Samples of research are vegetable farmer in Barokah Farmer Group of Land Land of Six Ratus.Penelitian use primary data obtained from direct interview with respondent and secondary data. Method of data analysis is tabulation and descriptive analysis by tabulating the frequency of elements of social capital under study. The result of the research shows that all aspects analyzed in social capital consisting of active participation, trust, social norm and dominant responsibility are high. Thus the social capital contained in the Barokah farmer group which is a research sample is a social capital that builds for agricultural development in the research location.Keywords: Social Capital, Farming, Vegetable, Farmer Group
Petunjuk Untuk Parapenulis Parapenulis, Petunjuk Untuk
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ANALYSIS OF THE BUSINESS ECONOMICS OF DUCKLINGS IN LANGKAT REGENCY Sibuea, Muhammad Buchari
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The research was conducted in Pematang Cengal Barat Village, Tanjung Pura Sub-district, Langkat Regency, to identify and know the availability of production input, business management system, the amount of business income and the contribution of the broiler duck business income to the overall income which also works as rice farmer. The research area is determined purposively considering the typical characteristics of this business. The population of 30 people used as a sample of research. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively. From the result of the research, it is found that proportional availability of input or production factor for this business is quite good. While the business management system of broiler duck is still done simply and traditionally but showed better results. Revenue earned by broiler ducks is quite high per season and even the contribution of this broiler duck to total income than farmers is bigger than their main business from rice farming.The results recommend that farmers make livestock business as the main business which maintenance can be done extensively and intensively so as to produce good productivity.Keywords: economic analysis, broiler duck
Analysis Of Coffee Production In Indonesia Martauli, Elvin Desi
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Indonesia is one of the largest coffee producing and exporting countries in the world, where coffee crops also contribute to the Indonesian economy. In general there are two types of coffee grown on Indonesian coffee plantations namely Robusta and Arabica Coffee. Robusta coffee is a coffee that has a higher production when compared with arabica coffee. Until now, the total area, production and productivity of coffee plantations in Indonesia, both from Robusta coffee and arabica coffee are still dominated by public plantation (PR) with 95.37% of coffee area. The area of coffee production in Indonesia is estimated to be about 1.3 million hectares, spread across North Sumatra, Java, and Sulawesi. Robusta coffee is commonly planted by farmers in South Sumatra, Lampung and East Java, whereas arabica coffee is commonly planted by farmers in Aceh, North Sumatra, South Sulawesi, Bali and Flores.
THE EFFECT OF ECONOMIC SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS TO THE FARMERS 'ATTITUDE IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SRI METHOD (SYSTEM OF RICE INTENSIFICATION) ON RICE Rangkuti, Khairunisa; Mardhiyah, Ainul; Syafii, Muhammad
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The purpose of this research is to know the application of SRI (System of Rice Intensification) method in Pematang Setrak Village, to analyze farmer attitude toward SRI (System of Rice Intensification) method and to know the influence of socio-economic characteristics of farmers (age, education,  number of dependents  and  land area) on farmers attitude in the application of SRI (System of Rice Intensification) method. The method used is descriptive method and multiple linear analysis. From the research results obtained: 37.50% and 35%, the attitude of farmers strongly agree and agree with the implementation of this method of SRI means that rice farmers in the village of Pematang Setrak Teluk Mengkudu Sub district Serdang Berdagai district accept and give a positive attitude towards the application of SRI Method (System of Rice Intensification). From the multiple regression analysis obtained R-Square value of 0.816, it identifies that simultaneously the attitude of farmers affected by age, education, duration of farming, the number of dependents, and the land area of 81.6%, and the remaining 18.4% influenced by other factors outside variables studied. While partially tested the variables that affect the attitude of farmers are age variables, the number of dependents, and land area whereas education and duration of farming does not affect the attitude of farmers in the application of SRI method.Keyword :  Rice, SRI Method, attitude of farmer
Socio-Economic Characteristics That Affect The Income Of Corn Farmers In Simalungun District Siregar, Sasmita; ,, Sirojuzilam; ,, Sumono; Supriana, Tavi
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This study was conducted to analyze how socio-economic characteristics affect the income of corn farmers in the research area. Determination of location is done purposively (purposive), that is Sidamanik District of Simalungun Regency with number of sample counted 30 farmer by using method of analysis of multiple linear regression model. The result of hypothesis test shows that simultaneously independent variable Age (X1), Land Area (X2), Experience of Berusahatani (X3), Total Dependent (X4), and Status of Land (X5) influence 98,70% to dependent variable Revenue (Y ). Partially significant variable influence income is age with regression coefficient value equal to - 279921,767 (tsig, 0,003), land area with regression coefficient value and + 1,615E7 (tsig 0,000)) and land status with regression coefficient value - 2,671E6 ( tsig 0,040), while the experience experience variable and the number of dependents have no significant effect. The most dominant independent variable affecting income is variable land area (X2) with value of Standardized Coefficients Beta equal to 1,127Keywords: Characteristics, Socio-economic, Income and Corn
FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY OF RICE RED RICE FARMING Oryza nivara (CASE STUDY: VILLAGE OF SARAN PADANG , DOLOK SILAU SUBDISTRICT, SIMALUNGUN REGENCY) Apriyanti, Ira; Siregar, Gustina; Dalimunthe, Marlina Ariani
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This research was conducted with the aim to know the financial feasibility of red rice farming. The population in this study is farmers of red rice in the village of Saran Padang, Dolok Silau District, Simalungun Regency. From the research results obtained the amount of rice production of red rice amounted to 1,014.40 Kg with the price of Rp. 5,700 / Kg, then the amount of farmer's acceptance is Rp. 5,782,080 seasonal crops. Total cost incurred of Rp. 2.851.535 planting season, so that the income of Rp. 2,930,545. Red rice farming is feasible to be cultivated based on NPV, IRR and BEP criteria with NPV value 11.251.995, IRR value is 76,76%, and BEP value is overall profitable, with BEP value Rp. Rp. 2.811 BEP Production 287,87 Kg and BEP Revenue Rp. 1.640.213.Keywords: Financial Feasibility, Rice Red, Farming

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