E3S Web Conf.
Volume 306, 2021The First International Conference on Assessment and Development of Agricultural Innovation (1st ICADAI 2021)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Agricultural Social Economics and Policy|
|Published online||24 September 2021|
Marketing analysis of “Siam” local rice in South Kalimantan during the pandemic of Covid-19
1 Indonesian Agricultural Technology Assessment and Development South Kalimantan, Banjar Baru, Indonesia
2 Indonesian Center for Agricultural Technology Assessment and Development, Bogor, Indonesia
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Social restrictions during the pandemic of Covid-19 caused serious disruptions to the food marketing including marketing of Siam local rice in South Kalimantan. The study aims to analyse the marketing performance and efficiency of Siam local rice in South Kalimantan during the pandemic of Covid-19. The research was conducted in March - June 2020. Respondents were farmers, local traders and wholesalers who were selected using snowball sampling technique. Descriptive analysis was carried out based on the framework of Food Supply Chain Network (FSCN). The data was analysed using quantitative analysis related to marketing efficiency, marketing margin and farmer’s share. The finding of this study revealed that marketing of Siam local rice during pandemic of Covid-19 was remains efficient with the efficiency rate at 10 marketing channels ranged from 6.48%-10.57%. The lowest marketing margin occurred in channel 4 with the largest B/C ratio (2.3) and largest farmer’s share (78.7%) as well since only farmers and wholesaler were actors in this channel. Group of farmers sold grain to wholesalers and wholesalers processed the grain and sold bulk rice to consumers outside the province Therefore, direct marketing channel between group of farmers and wholesaler need to be strengthened in the new normal.
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