L. Tri Lestari, Tri Lestari and Budi Rianto, Budi (2016) ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT “PEASANTS" BEEF CATTLE THROUGH THE INTENSIVE scale HOUSE DISTRICT TRENGGALEK. Academic Research International Vol. 7(1) January 2016, 7 (1). pp. 207-213. ISSN 2223-9944

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Poor farmers or often known as the "peasants" are generally farmers who do not have enough land or farm laborers who worked on the landowner to make ends meet. They are a community of farm workers who are poor and economically powerless. Poverty alleviation efforts in this farming community of society, have not shown encouraging results due to the inability of government in the provision of agricultural infrastructure in damage to the natural environment as part of its water supply in most major industrial farms. So the cost of agricultural production inputs becomes expensive and agricultural products to be unable to compete in the international market due to the high cost of the production process. The purpose of this study was to find an alternative solution an increase in income of peasantss, through additional activities on the sidelines of their work as farmers, so that an increase in income simultaneously both of jobs in agriculture and cattle business intensive scale of households, which support each other between agriculture and livestock, so it can provide economic added value for their livelihood.The results showed that the system of intensive farming household scale for "small farmers", can provide extra income from value-added cattle business, in the form of biogas produced for household needs both for ignition of cooking and home lighting, and the results of manure residue biogas which can be used to fertilize their farm with compost result of the intensification of cattle scale household in a poor family governance "peasants" is

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Subjects: Economic History and Conditions
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Date Deposited: 12 Jul 2019 03:44
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