The Exchange Rate Analysis of Catfish Cultivators: A Case Study in Sindangwangi Majalengka Indonesia
Asian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Research,
Majalengka Regency has great potential in the fisheries sector, because the availability of water in some areas is quite abundant even though it is in the dry season. This welfare of fish farmers can be seen using the Fish Farmer Exchange Rate Analysis (NTPI). I analyzed NTPI for catfish farmers in Majalengka Regency using a case study method, with sampling techniques, namely purposive sampling. Primary data was obtained from catfish farmers in Sindangwangi District, Majalengka Regency and secondary data were obtained from related agencies analyzed using NTPI. The results obtained in this study indicated that NTPI hatcheries catfish in Sindangwangi District have NTPI of 94%, which is NTPI<100 meaning that catfish hatchery cultivators are not yet at the prosperous level, while for NTPI catfish enlargement in Sindangwangi District had NTPI of 105% or NTPI>100 indicating that catfish enlargement cultivators have reached a prosperous level.
- fish cultivator
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