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Articles by Duygu Akturk
Total Records ( 3 ) for Duygu Akturk
  F. Fusun Tatlidil and Duygu Akturk
  Economic structure of 47 dairy cattle-breeding farms that are members and 43 farms that are non-members of Breeders’ Association is put forward and comparative analysis is done through determination of elements of milk production cost and unit milk cost. The average number of milk cows is found as 8.11 on member farms and 7.65 on non-member farms. The cost of one kilogram of milk is calculated as 0.19 $ on member and as 0.21 $ on non-member farms.
  F. Fusun Tatlidil and Duygu Akturk
  A comparative analysis is made of the contract and non–contract farming models of tomato production conducted in Biga District of Canakkale Province is reported. Aspects of input use level, gross-margin and net profit in tomato-growing farms. Farms operating by the contract farming model utilize more input per unit area, technological innovations and obtain greater yields of tomatoes per unit area. The gross margin of contract-farming model farms is 13% while net profit is 19% higher when compared to non-contract model farms. A statistically significant difference was found between the two types of farming models with respect to the number of seedlings, usage of fertilizer, labour wages and amount of production.
  Duygu Akturk , Fusun Tatlidil and Ferhan Savran
  In this study, economic structures of 24 member farms of the sheep and goat breeders’ association were examined and cost items of goat milk production having been determined, per unit milk production cost was calculated. About 58, 20.19, 18.58 and 3.23% of the herd size of the member farms of the association consist of goats, kids, yearlings and male goats, respectively. About 64.83 and 35.17% of the production costs on the farms studied are composed of variable costs and fixed costs, respectively. The average amount of milk produced per farm is 26,493.75 kg. About 65.46, 33.33 and 1.21% of the gross production value on the farms from milk goat breeding are composed of milk revenues, increase in productive fixed asset value and manure revenues, respectively. Production cost of 1 kg milk was calculated as 0.29 $ on the farms investigated.
 
 
 
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