Keywords : Anbar province


Estimate the cost Long-run function and economies of the optimal size in wheat farms under sprinkler irrigation system Be pivotal role in the desert land – Anbar province-AL- Kahem constituency for the productive season 2009 /2010

Dahid falih hassan All Hamdani

ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, 2012, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 24-35

The need to guide investors in the cultivation of wheat under sprinkler irrigation central role in the desert land in the province of Anber ,and determine the optimal size of the farm and the cost per unit produced under sprinkler irrigation in the adoption of ideal size , so it was the goal of the study estimate the cost long-run function economical analysis of the function. It was found that the volume of production optimization were (170950) k.g is achieved when the area bit the farm (239.8) donm and an average cost of production per kg about ( 115 ) dinars, and show that the production volume majesty for-profit (232010.850 ) k.g is achieved when the area of the farm (324.8) donms and miximution cost per kilogram to (164) dinars, and the average optimal productivity per donm (713) k.g / sq.m and also found that the farms that operate within the area of economic efficiency was ( 34) farm and constitution (85%) of the number of farms in the sample.

Economic Analysis of Production Costs Function of Wheat in Al-Anbar Province For 2005-2006 Planting Season

H. R Al-Dolaymi

ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, 2009, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 405-413

Terms of Production costs unseen analyzed for Wheat in AL-Anbar Province for the 2005-2006 agricultural Season .The Study Showed that the proportion percents of family lobar was higher than the rental labor which wane 10 and 1.4% respectively from the total costs of the entire farmers adoption on agriculture as a principle source of income because of the shortage in employment opportunity as a result of occupation conditions. This study also was indicated that the pattern of tenure in the province cans the individual property. This was among the factors which helped in increasing the production because the farmer had freedom in adoption of recent technology.
Through the amah sis of production costs terms, it has been shown that the variable costs constitute the higher percentage which was 72.3% of the total costs and the manure was at the beginning which was 26% .

An Economic Analysis of Boultry Production Cost in Anbar Province

Hameed Rasheed al-Dulaimi

ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, 2006, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 348-359

It has been shown that ensilager ranke first in the cost of one K.G. of checken (Boultry) ie a bout 57% of the total cost, followed by the cost of checks which represented 17% of the total cost .it was clear that winter is characterized by an increase in the cost of one k.g. of boultry in comparison with other seasons.
Function of production cost per season have been estimated since winter is significantly different regarding the cost of one k.g. of meat from other season , it has been isolated from other season with a special function for winter and another for other season.
Cost cubic function was significant in expressing the relationship between the total cost and production per batch during the year of the conducting of this study and other different seasons. statistical tests showed the significance of the function. It has appeared from the factor determining R2 that more than 97% of the change in production cost were due to the illustrative variable of the estimated functions.
Cost function have been economically analyzed to determine optimum production size that achieve optimum economic efficiency per each k. g. of checken meat (boultry) with the least cost .this production siz was the heigest during the year of carrying out this project. it was about 18194 k. g. of checken meat per batch with a total cost a bout 1300 I. D. per k. g. It has been clear that winter showed a difference in comparison with other seasons where the optimum production size during these seasons was 17331.
Total cost function at its lowest rate was at that productive level. The cost of one k. g. of checken meat was a bout 1253 I. D. where optimum size production during winter was higher in comparison with other season. It was 20264 k. g. per batch and with a cost rate higher than its counterparts in other seasons of a bout 313 I. D. Since the main goal of the producer is to douplicate benefit or a void loss, therefore optimum production levels have been calculated at different price levels. It was clear that the increase of prices in accompanied with an increase of optimum production levels at different levels from season to season. Moreover, it was clear that the producer gets benefits when the price he gets puts his work at the stage of diseconomies of scale whereas his work will represent a loss when he works within the stage of economies of scale.