Global Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
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The Optimum Fattening Period For Bali Cattle In Central Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara

Sasongko Wijoseno Rusdianto, Heny KS Daryanto, Kuntjoro and Atien Priyanti

The cattle productivity on fattening cattle is determined by all the inputs utilized. The output of cattle fattening is the cattle body weight produced in the rearing period. The aim of this study is to determine the fattening period which gives the maximum profit in Bali cattle fattening in Central Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara. The results of this study that the average daily gain (ADG) is 0.27 kg/head/day; to produce 49 kg/head need 183 days. Maximum profit is reached in 196 days of time periode, assumed there no changes the inputs prices. The conclusion of this study is that the fattening business profit is influenced by production, cattle production price, inputs prices and the fattening period. Bali cattle fattening period is affected by cattle productivity. Therefore, the optimum period could be measured on production, production inputs and prices of production inputs as a function of time, when the maximum profit is reached.