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ANALISIS SOSIAL EKONOMI MASYARAKAT TERHADAP BERTAMBAHNYA LAHAN TIDUR DI DESA TARAITAK KECAMATAN LANGOWAN UTARA Wowiling, Rizki E.; Sondakh, Mex F.L.; Katiandagho, Theodora M.; Ruauw, Eyverson
COCOS Vol 5, No 3 (2014)
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ABSTRACTRizki Efraim Wowiling. Communities Socio Economic Analysis of the Increase of UnusedLand in Taraitak Village, North Langowan Sub District (under the guidance of Mex. F. L.Sondakh as a chairman, Theodora. M. Katiandagho dan Eyverson Ruauw as members)Land is a very important factor in the production of agricultural activities. Land which isnot cultivated or uncultivated land which is called unused land will affect the income of farmersand will have an impact on the decrease of production. This study aims to identify socioeconomicfactors that lead to increased of unused land in Taraitak village.The method of data collection was done by using primary data and secondary data.Primary data obtained from interviews with respondents using a questionnaire that has beenprepared, while the secondary data obtained from the office of the village associated with thisresearch.The research result showed that there were socio-economic factors influence the increaseof unused land. The social factors were low education of farmers and farmer attitudes that hardto be opened to the development of agriculture, lack of human resources, capabilities and less ofagriculture knowledge. Economic factors were land owners do not have enough capital to runtheir farm.Key Word : Unused Land, Factor Socio Economic.
DAMPAK KENAIKAN HARGA KEDELAI TERHADAP IDUSTRI KECIL PENGOLAHAN TAHU DI KELURAHAN BATU KOTA KECAMATAN MALALAYANG MANADO Damanik, Taufik S.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Pangemanan, Paulus A.; Sondakh, Mex F.L.
COCOS Vol 5, No 3 (2014)
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ABSTRACTThe objective of this research in to observe the effects before and after the increase of soybean prices to tofu processing small industries in Batu Kota Village, Malalayang sub District, Manado. Data collection was conducted over six months, from Februari 2014 until Juli 2014. Data obtained are primary and secondary data. Primary data obtained through the survey directly to the tofu enterprice in Batu Kota Village, Malalayang Sub District, Manado. Secondary data obtained through agencies associated with this research. Sampling was done by simple Saturated sampling technique, a total of 4 Respondents of small processing industry was sampled. The basic method used to see before and after the increase in soybean prices is that the next stage of your analysis descriptive in the form of tabulation, editing and processing of data by using Microsoft Excel Software.The results of this study indicated there was impact of price increases on small industrial soybean processing in Batu Kota Village, Malalayang Sub District, Manado. The impacts were in input factor price, decrease in the volume of production, the cost of the industry, the price of tofu, the size changes of tofu, revenue and profits of tofu entrepreneur. The increase of soybean prices reached 35.84 gratuity, tofu in Batu Kota still exist. This is due to changes in the size of tofu, besides tofu also has an informal partnership for the supply of raw materials with the tofu supplier there fore their industry still exist and feasible.Keywords : Frequency of production, informal Partnership, change of the size of the tof
Profil Usaha Pengolahan “Cap Tikus” di Desa Tokin Baru Kecamatan Motoling Timur Wala, Susan D.; Benu, Olfie L.S.; Sondakh, Mex F.L.; Pangemanan, Lyndon R.J.
COCOS Vol 3, No 6 (2013)
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ABSTRACTSusan Wala. The Profile of “Cap Tikus” Processing Industry in Tokin Baru Village East Motoling Sub District. Under guidance of Benu Olfie L.S., as chairman, and Mex F.L Sondakh and L.R.J. Pangemanan as members.The objective of this research is to describe the profile of “cap tikus” processing industry, based on farmers characteristic, industry condition, industry impact to families welfare and cap tikus farmer’s interaction in society. Method used in this research is census method. This research uses primary and secondary data. Primary data are obtained from interviewed with “cap tikus” farmers using questioner to collect the data. Secondary data are obtained from village government/administration office. For describe cap tikus farmers in Tokin baru Village, the data analysis used is descriptive analysis and presented in table form. To calcute cap tikus farmer’s income rate, it uses income analysis followed by R/C analysis to find the feasibility rate of this industry.Cap tikus industry in Tokin Baru Village characterized as home industry (family business) which most of the resources, such as labour and raw materials are from family resources except some fixed active buyed by family. The main problem in this bussines is unstabil prices and the decreased of mayang quality caused by aren tree becoming old. But, the market demands never slack and the ability from farmers who only experts to processing cap tikus make this industry still hold in. This research shows that cap tikus processing industry at Tokin Baru is profitable with R/C ratio 13,02, but if input the calculated cost but not being spend, so the R/C ratio is 0,85. That being held to describe bussines performance in form of bussines managerial evaluation.
MARGIN PEMASARAN TOMAT APEL DI KELURAHAN KOLONGAN BEHA BARU KECAMATAN TAHUNA BARAT Menggasa, Musperi; Sondakh, Mex F.L.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Porajouw, Oktavianus
COCOS Vol 4, No 3 (2014)
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ABSTRACTMusperi Menggasa. Marketing Margin of Tomato (Lycopercicumpryformer) in Kolongan BehaBaru andVillage, West Tahuna sub District. Under Guidance of MF. Sondakh as a Chairman, Grace A. J. Rumagit, O. Porajouw as members.The Objective of this research is to study the marketing margin of tomato (Lycopercicumpryformer) in Sangihe Regency. This study uses a purposive sampling method and then sampling from the farmers is traced to marketing agencies of tomato by using snow ball sampling method. This study is analyzed descriptively by calculating the magnitude of each channel marketing margin and profit margin.The result of this research showed that marketing agenciesin Kolongan Beha Baru Village consisted of Farmers, Retailers, collecting trader and Consumers. Marketing channels freely selectable means direct marketing agencies can choose which marketing channels are more profitable. While the marketing channel is Zero Level channel (Farmer-Consumer), Level One Channel (Farmer-Retailer-Consumer) and Level Two Channel (Farmer-Collecting Traders- Retailer-Consumer).Tomatoes marketing margins in Kolongan Beha Baru Village Channel Level I was Rp. 333.3,- with an average profit margin earned by each marketing agencies was 12.5 with a selling price at the retail level is the purchase price at the consumer level. The average value of marketing margin of tomato in Kolongan Beha Baru in Channel Level II was Rp. 4.833.3, - with an average profit margin earned by each agency marketing was Rp. 1.701.6 . The low value of the profit margin was affected by the value of marketing costs. Thus the best marketing channels was level one channel.