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Volume 322, 2021International Seminar on Fish and Fisheries Sciences (ISFFS 2021)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Fisheries Social, Economics, Extension|
|Published online||11 November 2021|
Business analysis of black soldier fly (BSF) as an alternative feed for fish cultivation in Bogor City, West Java
Fisheries Extension Study Program, The Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries, Indonesia
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The research was conducted at six Reduce Reuse Recycle (TPS 3R) waste disposal sites located in six sub-districts in Bogor City. At this waste disposal site, the amount of waste was enormous. That is why Bogor City Government seeks to overcome this problem by cultivating black soldier fly (maggot) as a substitution for cultivated fish feed. The purpose of this study was to determine the income and feasibility of maggot cultivation in Bogor City through several business analysis indicators, namely "Income per cycle," Revenue Cost Ratio (R/C), and Break-Even Point (BEP). The research was conducted from July to September 2020. The types of data collected are primary and secondary data. Data were collected based on interviews and direct observation with six maggot cultivators who stayed in six polling stations as catfish cultivators. Data processing and analysis were carried out using quantitative and qualitative descriptive methods. The result showed that income per cycle (2 weeks) was Rp. 41,495,000,-, R/C ratio was 1.077 (1.1), BEP(Rp) was Rp. 38,223,654,-, and BEP(unit) was 8,112 kg. It can be concluded that the maggot cultivation business is feasible.
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