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ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF POULTRY-EGG PRODUCTION IN ODEDA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

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This research work was analysed the cost and returns of poultry egg production in Odeda Local Government Area of Ogun State. Primary data was collected from 90 poultry egg farmers drawn from the study area by a simple random sampling technique. The data collected were analysed using descriptive, budgetary, regression analysis and likert scale.

The socio-economic characteristics of the farmers were determined using descriptive method to find out their various frequencies like in Age, Household size, Farming Experience.

Regression analysis was used to measure the relationship between output of egg and the independent variables (feed, vaccines, fuel, drugs, flock size, labour, water and depreciation cost on equipments). The adjusted R2 is 75.3% which means that 75.3 % of the variables in the model are explainable while the others are unexplainable variables i.e. 24.7% which are residents in the error term. 

It was discovered that cost of feed, flock size and the quantity of water conform with apriori expectation and are statistically significant with the output of egg produced while cost of fuel, labour, cost of drugs and vaccines and depreciation cost on equipments were not significantly related to the output of egg produced.

The constraints facing the farmers was investigated with the use of likert scale, it was discovered that the farmers are faced with 3 major constraints to poultry egg production in the study area, which are  High Cost of Feed , High Cost of Inputs such as drugs and vaccines, Susceptibility to Diseases and Sensitivity to Environmental Factors.




TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page   I

Certification II

Dedication III

Acknowledgement IV

Abstract  V

Table of contents         VI

List of tables IX


CHAPTER ONE:  INTRODUCTION

1.0 Background of the study   1

1.1 Problem statement     3

1.2 Research Questions     5

1.3 Objectives of the study         5

1.4 Justification        6


CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 Conceptual Framework          8

2.1.1 Definition of Poultry     8

2.1.2 Global Perspective of Poultry Production             8

2.1.3 Management of poultry enterprise                    10

2.1.4 Feeds/Nutrition     12

2.1.5 Problems Associated with Poultry Production                      13

2.2 Theoretical Framework            14

2.2.1Production Function and Production Relationship                   14

2.2.2 Factor-Product Relationship  15

2.2.3 Factor-Factor Relationship     15

2.3.4product-Product Relationship 16

2.3 Analytical Framework               16

2.3.1Multiple Regression Analysis  18
2.3.2 Likert Rating Scale Technique               18

CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3.0 The Study Area     19

3.1 Sampling Technique     20

3.2 Method of Data Collection     20 

3.3 Analytical techniques    20

3.4 Descriptive Statistics    20

3.5 Farm Budgetary Technique   20

3.6 Multiple regression                 22


CHAPTER FOUR: RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

4.1 Socio economic characteristics of the farmers      23

4.1.1 Demographic Characteristics      23

4.1.2 Description of Respondents by Scale of Production, Access to Extension Agent, Access to Credit, Membership of Cooperative Associations and Types of Production System                           24

4.2 Factors That Influence Poultry egg Production      28

4.3 Costs and Returns Structure of Poultry egg production      31

4.4       Constraints to Poultry egg Production                              34


CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

5.1 Summary      36

5.2 Conclusion    37

5.3 Recommendations    38


REFERENCES    39




LIST OF TABLES  PAGES
1. Distribution of age, farming experience, sex, marital status, household size and educational level of the poultry egg farmers                26

2. Distribution of Scale of Production, Access to Extension Agent, Access to Credit, Membership of Cooperative Associations and Types of Production System of the Poultry Egg Farmers                         27

3. Factors That Influence Poultry egg Production                                  30

4. Average Cost and Return Analysis                                              33

5.   Constraints to Poultry egg Production in Odeda local government area                      34

ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF POULTRY-EGG PRODUCTION IN ODEDA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
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    Format Microsoft Word

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