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Articles by Dinesh Bhattarai
Total Records ( 2 ) for Dinesh Bhattarai
  Rajani Osti , Deyi Zhou , Virendra Singh , Dinesh Bhattarai and Harshika Chaudhary
  Poultry is one of the fastest growing segments of the agricultural economy, particularly in developing countries. By using different econometric models, this study estimated the production efficiency and effectiveness of poultry farming. The objective was to examine the socio-economic status, estimate the costs and returns and production efficiency in production of egg. A stratified random sampling technique was applied. Feed conversion ratio, egg-feed price ratio and benefit-cost ratio were analyzed statistically to estimate the production efficiency. Various social factors like age of farmers, family size and number of laying birds were found significantly affecting the poultry business. Various investment patterns in farms their respective values and worked out the level of significance was analyzed. The analysis of net return was differed significantly with farm size with higher net return in large farm. This study concluded that large farm has higher mass of egg production and lower feed conversion rate indicating higher profit margin with enlarge in farm size.
  Rajani Osti , Muhammad Rizwan , Abede Kidane Assefa , Deyi Zhou and Dinesh Bhattarai
  Objective: This study was carried out to assess the profitability and resource-use efficiency of rice production during monsoon and spring season in Chitwan district of Nepal in view to increase the rice production and food security. Methodology: Multistage sampling technique was followed to select a sample of 287 rice growing farmers selected randomly comprising 132 monsoon and 155 spring rice growers from the study area. The primary data collected through direct interviewing the sample farmers. The data was analyzed by using Microsoft Excel and SPSS software. Gross margin and cobb-douglas production function analysis were used to calculate the profitability and resource use efficiency, respectively in producing rice during two seasons. Results: The finding of this study revealed that rice production was more profitable during monsoon season. Cobb-douglas production function analysis showed that land, organic manure, potassium fertilizer and human labor, contributed significantly to the output of monsoon rice. Similarly, spring rice production was contributed significantly by land, seed, potassium fertilizer, human labor and irrigation. Rice growers of both seasons were in the second stage of the production function and were found inefficient in using the available resources. Organic manures, potassium fertilizer and human labor were over utilized and land was under-utilized in monsoon rice production. For spring rice, land and seed were under-utilized and potassium fertilizer, human labor and irrigation were over utilized. Conclusion: This study verified that appropriate adjustment is required for optimum allocation of resources that maximizes the revenue from the monsoon and spring rice production and also secures the domestic food supply.
 
 
 
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