Attitude Analysis of Bali Cattle Farmers toward Credit Programs Based on Agroecosystems in Timor Island


Authors : Fellyanus Habaora, Asnath Maria Fuah, Luki Abdullah, Rudy Priyanto, Ahmad Yani, and Bagus Priyo Purwanto

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 9 - September

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The purpose of this research was to obtain data and information on the attitudes of Bali cattle farmers in four Timor Island agroecosystems, namely agroecosystems of pasture, agriculture, plantation and forest towards business credit assistance for the development of Bali cattle farms. For this reason, this research was conducted from January to December 2018. Determination of the location is purposive representing agroecosystems of pasture, agriculture, plantations, and forests. Respondent determination 5-10% of the number of farmers in each agroecosystem with the number of Bali cattle > 10 tail. Primary and secondary data collection through observation, interviews, and documentation. The data processing method uses a Likert scale with scoring and then analyzed the data descriptively. The results showed that the attitude of farmers to credit assistance showed that Bali cattle farmers in the agroecosystems of pasture and agriculture were still doubtful about the benefits of credit, credit goals, credit procedures and credit risk with the scoring value in each agroecosystem is 4320 and 3564. Whereas farmers in agroecosystems of plantation and forest agreed to credit benefits, credit targets, credit procedures, and credit risk with scoring values in each agroecosystem sequentially 3589 and 3746.

Keywords : Farmers Attitude, Credit Assistance, Timor Island Agroecosystem.

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