Ribka M. Kumaat
Jurusan Sosial Ekonomi/Agribisnis, Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Sam Ratulangi, Manado

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PENENTUAN TOTAL HARGA POKOK PRODUKSI TEPUNG KELAPA PADA PT. PUTRA KARANGETANG DESA POPONTOLEN, KECAMATAN TUMPAAN, SULAWESI UTARA Aboka, Tengku M.A; Loho, Agnes E.; Kumaat, Ribka M.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 12, No 1 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.12.1.2016.11372

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North Sulawesi is one of the biggest coconut producer in Indonesia . This situation provides an opportunity for PT .Putra Karangetang processing of coconuts into deciccated coconut . To determine the selling price of this industry, it is necessary to determine the cost of production . This study uses a case study by using primary and secondary data . The data was analyzed by the method of full costing and variable costing. The results showed that the cost of production of each kilogram of desiccated coconut by the company amounted to Rp 18.067,17 while using the full costing is Rp 18.155.31 and variable costing is Rp 17.651.53 .*ael*
PEMASARAN KENTANG DI DESA MAKAARUYEN, KECAMATAN MODOINDING Linelejan, Christy Militia; Kumaat, Ribka M.; Mandey, Juliana R.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 13, No 3A (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.13.3A.2017.18075

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The study aims to knowing the marketing of potatoes in Makaaruyen Village, Modoinding Sub District. The data used are primary data and secondary data. Primary data were obtained through a list of qusions that had been provided, while secondary data obtained from BP3K office Modoinding district and village office Makaaruyen Modoinding district. Sampling method is done by simple random sampling for sample of farmers and snowball sampling method for marketing agencies, where the simple is obtained based on information from the first respondent then traced to the next respondent. Data is presented in numerical form and analyzed quantitatively. The consept of measurement of variables used are costs consisting of packing, sortir fees, freight costs, loading and unloading costs, depreciation costs and retribution fees. The research result showed that there was five channel of potatoes in Makaaruyen village, Modoinding Sub District. The marketing institutions involved include village collecting, sub district collecting, sub district traders, out of town merchants and retailers. Marketing activities in the Makaaruyen Village of the Modoinding Sub District is an activity that begins with partners and cooperation between farmers and marketing agencies involved in potato marketing activities.
EVALUASI PROGRAM PENGEMBANGAN USAHA AGRIBISNIS PERDESAAN DI DESA WARUKAPAS KECAMATAN DIMEMBE Tilung, Jessie F.; Dumais, Joachim N.K.; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.; Kumaat, Ribka M.
COCOS Vol 4, No 5 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v4i5.4786

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ABSTRACTJessie Tilung. Rural Agribusiness Enterprise Development Program Evaluation In Warukapas Village, Dimembe Sub District. Under the guidance of Joachim. N. K. Dumais, as a chairman, B. C. D. Pakasi, and R. M. Kumaat as member’s.The objective of this research in to describe the evaluation of rural agribusiness enterprise development programs, based on outputs, outcomes, benefits, impact. This research was conducted in Warukapas Village, Dimembe Sub District North Minahasa Regency, lasted from June 2013 to March 2014. Data collected in this study is primary data obtained from questionnaires that have been presented to farmers PUAP funds and in-depth interviews (Indepth Interviews) to parties involved in the implementation of the program include administrators Gapoktan PUAP Esa Toroan and accompanying companion extension Gapoktan, while secondary data was obtained from agencies involved in this study that the data related to the program PUAP, Warukapas Village Office, Gapoktan Secretariat and the Central Bureau of Statistics.Sampling was done intentionally using simple random sampling and samples taken as many as 15 farmers who were PUAP’s receiver Gapoktan members of Warukapas Village, Dimembe Sub District North Minahasa Regency.The research result showed that PUAP programs provided by the government at the Warukapas Village especially Gapoktan Toroan Esa has gone well by lookingat funds that have been distributed to the who need, the increase of agribusiness activity, increased revenue from Rp. 15,446,403, after receiving PUAP, the increased of an average value of Rp. 20,927,239, PUAP programs provided by the government gave a positive impact for the community, therefore the active role of the community is expected to support government programs that would be useful for the community itself.
EFISIENSI PEMASARAN BAWANG MERAH DI DESA TONSEWER KECAMATAN TOMPASO BARAT KABUPATEN MINAHASA Ali, Erwin .; Talumingan, Celcius .; Pangemanan, Paulus A.; Kumaat, Ribka M.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 11, No 2A (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.11.2A.2015.9257

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The research result showed that there was 2 marketing channel of onion in Tonsewer village, Tompaso Barat Sub District, Minahasa Regency that are: (1) Channel   1    : Farmer→ Retailer→ Consumer, (2) Channel   2     : Farmer→ Collecting trader→ Retailer→ Consumer. The highest marketing margin was obtained by collecting trader that is Rp. 4.333,33 (Karombasan market), did the lowest is Rp. 2.333,33 (Tomohon market). While the highest marketing margin obtained by retailer that is Rp. 4.000,00 (Karombasan market) and the lowest is Rp. 2.333,33 (Langowan and Kawangkoan market). The highest profit margin is Rp. 3.924,48 (Karombasan market) and the lowest is Rp. 2.246,16 (Langowan and Kawangkoan market). Keywords : marketing efficiency, marketing margin, profit margin.      
PROFIL INDUSTRI RUMAH TANGGA TAHU TEMPE “X” DI KELURAHAN BAHU KECAMATAN MALALAYANG Hara, Sinike .,; Kumaat, Ribka M.; Pangemanan, Paulus A.; Sondakh, Mex L.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 13, No 2A (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.13.2A.2017.16893

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This study aims to determine the profile of Tahu Tempe industry in Bahu District of Malalayang. This research was conducted for 3 months starting from preparation to reporting. Place of research in Bahu District of Malalayang. The data used are primary data and secondary data. Primary data were obtained through direct interviews with business owners using a questionnaire. Secondary data was obtained from Department of Industry (Dinas Perindustrian) of Manado City. Data were analyzed by using descriptive analysis where the data were presented in table and then discussed descriptively. The results showed that the industry of Tahu Tempe “X” in Bahu District of Malalayang earned a profit of Rp14.661.667 per month. This profit is obtained by subtracting revenue of Rp59,250,000 per month with total cost of Rp44,588,333 per month.
FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI TERJADINYA ALIH FUNGSI LAHAN PERTANIAN DI KABUPATEN MINAHASA TENGGARA Pondaag, Christianto .,; Pakasi, Caroline B. D.; Kumaat, Ribka M.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 14, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.14.2.2018.20575

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The research was purposed to analysis factors that affecting to land conversion from agriculture to non agriculture at Southeast Minahasa Regency. Variables are in analysis is total population , PDRB capita and total industries. This research was done by used secondary data obtained from Central Statistics Agency of Southeast Minahasa Regency. Secondary data collected are Total population, PDRB per capita and total industries in Southeast Minahasa Regency by times series data. Data analysis is done using multiple linear analysis. The result research showed that only Population which affecting significantly to the decrease the land of agriculture area in Southeast Minahasa Regency. Increasing total population make a demand for the land of residence area continues to increase. That impact on the land of agriculture area was tends to decrease.*jnkd*
Profil Usaha Industri Susu Kedelai UD. Tiga Bersaudara Di Kecamatan Tikala Kota Manado Hungopa, Dina Ekawati; Kumaat, Ribka M.; Sondakh, Lorraine W. Th.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 12, No 3 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.12.3.2016.14030

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This study aimed to describe the Profile of the Soy Milk Industry Enterprises UD. Three Brothers in Sub-district of Tikala, Manado City, seen from the Organizational Structure, raw material procurement, production costs, marketing and profit. The research was conducted from preparation in June until the completion of the report in September 2016. This research was used primary data and secondary data. The primary data obtained through interviews using questionnaires to the owners of the soy milk industry UD Three Brothers in Sub-district of Tikala, Manado City. Primary data collected has studied and analyzed descriptively and presented in tabular form. The results showed that soy milk UD. Three Brothers is packaged in two packages, namely, bottles and packaging wrap. Soy milk is marketed to five places, namely, Freshmart, Golden, Market Karombasan, X.O and Noodle Medan 88, with the price for one bottle and a pack of Rp. 5000.- respectively. Industrial soy milk UD. Three Brothers survived until today because of their perseverance, patience and entrepreneurial spirit of the industry owners.
ANALISIS KEUNTUNGAN USAHA CV. INDOSPICE DI TUMINTING KOTA MANADO Dewi, Tri Mirta; Pangemanan, Paulus A.; Kumaat, Ribka M.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 14, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.14.2.2018.20609

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This study aims to analysis the profit received by CV. Indospice in one month production process. The study was conducted in January to March 2017. Located at CV. Indospice in Tuminting, Manado City. This research uses primary data and secondary data. The data used in this study using tables that are then described and analysis using profit analysis. The profit was obtained by the difference between revenue and cost incurred. The results showed that CV. Indospice in Tuminting, Manado City get a profit of Rp. 153,618,396 per month at a cost of Rp. 748.381.604 and the value of R / C cost revenue of 1.29 which means CV. Indospice gained profit.*jnkd*.
KONTRIBUSI PENDAPATAN SEKTOR INFORMAL TERHADAP PENDAPATAN RUMAH TANGGA PETANI DI DESA PINABETENGAN UTARA KECAMATAN TOMPASO BARAT Iroth, Praise; Laoh, O. Esry H.; Kumaat, Ribka M.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 12, No 3 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.12.3.2016.13853

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The same opportunity to work in the informal sector to encourage farmers to make the decision to allocate the available workforce to be more efficient than that of bulk farm working hours also had a busy time and leisure time. The increased revenue adds the satisfaction level through the increase of consumption and leisure time. This research is to determine the contribution of informal sector income on household income Pinabetengan farmers in the Northern District of West Tompaso. This research was conducted in the village of North Pinabetengan, in June 2015 through December 2015. The data used are primary and secondary data. Primary data is data taken with direct interviews to farmers who have jobs in the informal economy. Secondary data is data taken from North Pinabetengan village office. The analysis has used in this study are presented in tabular form. The main commodities of farmers in the village are corn, beans, peanuts, rice and vegetables and spices. Farm income of farmers is the smallest Rp 600,000 and Rp 9,800,000 the greatest. The informal sectors has done such as motorcycle taxi, buggy, stalls, food stalls, craftsmen, traders, tailors, pitchman, garage, laundry worker. The lowest Income informal sector is Rp 500,000 and the highest is Rp 2,400,000. Results of the analysis showed that the contribution of the informal sector to household income of farmers amounted to 41.10 % with an average farm income in rural sub-district Tompaso Pinabetengan north west Rp . 1,600,833 / month , the average income of informal sector Rp . 1.177 million / month . So that the average total income of Rp . 2717833.Keyword: Contribution, Informal Sector, Income, North Pinabetengan Village, Minahasa
TINGKAT KEPUASAN KONSUMEN “MARKOBAR” DI KOTA MANADO Ginting, Aprillina Maritha Rosa; Kumaat, Ribka M.; Rori, Yolanda P.I.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 14, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.14.1.2018.18895

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This study aims to measure the Level of Costumer Satisfaction “Markobar” in Manado City viewed from aspects of product, price, place, promotion, and service. This research was conducted in May to July 2017. Using primary and secondary data with sampling technique sampling accidental and respondents as much as 30 people wuth measuring instrument used is Likert scale. Research result showed that consumer satisfaction level of “Markobar” in Manado City is 87,79 % with very satisfield intrepretation.
Co-Authors Agnes E. Loho Agustinus Kaliele Anastasia Lamidja Assa, Pingkan ., Balobahani ., Balantukang, Balobahani ., Benu L.S. Olfie Caroline B. D. Pakasi, Caroline B. D. Caroline B.D. Pakasi Celcius . Talumingan Celsius Talumingan Charles R. Ngangi Chelsy Mea Chyntia L.N. Rumampuk, Chyntia L.N. Dewi, Tri Mirta Ellen G. Tangkere Erwin . Ali, Erwin . Eyverson ., Ruauw, Eyverson ., Eyverson Ruauw Feybi ., Hadjarati, Feybi ., Gene H.M. Kapantow Ginting, Aprillina Maritha Rosa Hanny Anapu Hara, Sinike ., Hungopa, Dina Ekawati Iroth, Praise Jessie F. Tilung Joachim N.K. Dumais Julentia M. V. Makatita, Julentia M. V. Juliana R. Mandei Juliana R. Mandey Juliando A. Supit Jusuf, Nur Hijriyana Krois, Dolfina ., Leonardus R. Rengkung Leydia E. Rauw Liberty Kaparang Linelejan, Christy Militia Lorraine W. Th. Sondak Lorraine W. Th. Sondakh Lyndon R.J. Pangemanan Mamongan, Ronald H. Marbun, Lasmaria Elisabet Martha M. Sendow Melsje Y. Memah, Melsje Y. Mex L. Sondakh Nonoy, Anggita ., Noortje M. Benu, Noortje M. O. Esry H. Laoh, O. Esry H. Oktavianus Porajouw Olly E. Laoh Olly E.H. Laoh Paulus A. Pangemanan Pondaag, Christianto ., Ponto, Jeremy ., Praiselia Amanda, Praiselia Putra P. Koagouw Rudy L. Janis Rumagit, Grace Adonia Josefina Sandi K. Wua Stevanus G. Kaunang, Stevanus G. Sugiarto, Melisa Ekawati Supit, Gleyni ., Tengku M.A Aboka, Tengku M.A Theodora M Katiandagho Theodora M. Katiandagho Timban, Jean J. F. Tiolung, Biondi F. Tommy F. Lolowang Valencia, Goei Gracella Ventje V. Rantung Vicky R.B. Moniaga Vinny I. Lagarense Winda D. Kalitouw, Winda D. Yolanda P.I. Rori