Determinant of Funding Accessibility and its Impacts to the Performance of Beef-Cow Breeding Enterprises in South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia

Aslina Asnawi


Objective of this study is to test the influence of determinant funding accessibility to the performance of beef-cow breeding enterprises in South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The samples used in this study consist of independent breeders and assisted breeders of 110 persons each, so that altogether there are 220 samples. The data are collected by using questionnaires and analyzed by multiple regression analysis using the SPSS – the Statistical Package for Social Sciences. Output of this study indicates that the determinant funding accessibility consisting of relationship, availability of information, procedure and requirements in conveying the credit proposals, as well as the location or distance between domicile of the breeders and the creditors have the influence to performance of beef-cow breeding enterprises. Partially, the relationship, procedure and requirements for credit proposal are significant and have positive relationship with performance of the enterprises, whereas availability of information and breeders’ location are not significant.

Key-words: Beef-cow breeders, business performance, and funding accessibility.

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