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Trading Channel Pattern of Cassava Commodity: Double Roles for the Farmers – Is It a Benefit?

Kusumah, Echo Perdana (2018): Trading Channel Pattern of Cassava Commodity: Double Roles for the Farmers – Is It a Benefit? Published in: RJOAS: Russian Journal of Agricultural and Socio-Economic Sciences , Vol. 74, No. 2 (2018): pp. 17-22.

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Abstract

The results of presented study showed that farmers in addition to being producers also become a trading agency where they sell commodities directly to the nearest factory. Based on the tracing of cassava commodity trading channel pattern, two cassava channel modelling pattern in Bangka Regency of Indonesia was established: first channel, consisting of farmers, wholesaler and factories; second channel, consisting of farmers and factories. The size of the price received by farmers and the value of the cost-benefit ratio differs in each trading channel pattern.

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