Studying of Economic Efficiency for Fields of Calfs in Anbar Province for year (2012)
ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,
2014, Volume 12, Issue 0, Pages 428-439
AbstractIraq suffers from a distinct lack of red meat production and that the agricultural sector could not bridge the gap between domestic production and demand, and large part of consumption to be achieved by imports has increased this problem wider after the difficulty of obtaining feed and other necessary resources because of the high prices and poor quality brands Here are imported by the private sector. It is therefore necessary interest in livestock projects hence the objective of the study in analysis and economic evaluation of the farm and used for this purpose a set of economic criteria.
In this paper, a random sample was selected from the fields of fattening calves in Anbar province were distributed a questionnaire prepared for this purpose on the owners of those fields that are included (14) field. For the purpose of ensuring the accuracy of the data of these fields were distributed into four categories according to the number of calves per the field (50-10) and (100-51) and (150-101) and (200-151), respectively. The results showed that the variable costs Comte proportion (96%) and fixed costs (4%) of the total cost of the fields, the research sample has shown the results of the economic criteria used to evaluate the efficiency use of resources to the fields of fattening calves and actress (b profit, gross profit margin, the cost of generating unit , the degree of industrialization, return to work Elms grazing, gross value added, net value added, earnings per dinar investor, capital recovery period and the amount of production at the point of a tie). The results showed that all categories of research sample showed positive results where achieved category (51 -100) more profits amounted to (70 760) thousand dinars Regarding yield dinar investor and differentiated conditions simple between the class and other (1.2, 1.1, 1.1, 1.1) on the respectively.
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