2017 Volume 4 Issue 2

The Farmers Willingness to Pay on Artificial Insemination in Bali Cattle


Lydia Devega Bahar, Indrianty Sudirman, Sitti Nurani Sirajuddin
Abstract
Willingness to pay is the willingness of farmers to pay for inseminator services to improve the quality of the result of artificial insemination of livestock and economic revenue. This study aims to determine the factors that encourage a willingness to pay farmers in applying artificial insemination in Bali cattle. Research conducted in April - October 2017 in Balusu District, Barru Regency, South Sulawesi with the total population 548 people. The sample selection using Slovin method produces a sample of 85 people. Data were collected by questionnaire at 6 villages. The analysis used the question as an open method to calculate the value of willingness to pay and using factorial analysis. The result of the study showed that the willingness to pay consisted of inseminator costs, transportation costs, the farmers pay inseminator after the calf is born, but there are also farmers who pay gradually. There are two factors that affect farmers in paying implementation of AI is a major factor form of knowledge about the payment, location and attitude, psychology, personal satisfaction, knowledge of the AI, extension, families as labor, and cement and other factors such as social care, business scale, income and dependents of the family.

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