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dc.contributor.advisorJagruti D. Bhatt-
dc.contributor.authorPanchani Pooja Nayanbhai-
dc.date.accessioned2017-07-17T11:30:36Z-
dc.date.available2017-07-17T11:30:36Z-
dc.date.issued2016-09-
dc.identifier.urihttp://krishikosh.egranth.ac.in/handle/1/5810025520-
dc.description.abstractThe producer company is a hybrid of cooperative society and private limited company. The producer company is also known as Farmer Producer Organization. The producer company is limited by share capital. The shares of the company are not publically tradable. It is transferable only to the members of the company by taking the permission of the Board of Directors. Only farmers can get membership in the producer company. The main objective of the producer company is to enhance the economic condition of the member farmer by processing the produce by purchasing the raw produce from member farmers. “Producer Company Limited” should suffix the name of the producer company. It is private in nature and can be started as a facility by NGOs. Any NGO can provide a facility of the producer company to the farmers and can help to them for developing their economic condition by cutting the cost of cultivation and increase the further profit by selling the value added products purchased from member farmers in form of raw material. Two stages sampling technique was used. The statistical tools adopted for the analysis of data were tabular method, graphical method, percentage, probit model, concept of cost of cultivation and simple ranking technique. It can be concluded that in the study area, the farmers who are between 36 to 50 years opted agriculture as their profession. The most of the farmers were married. The majority of the farmers have family size of 3 to 5 members followed by more than 10 members. It was found that majority of farmers lived in nuclear family. The education level of the sample farmers was up to higher secondary level. The majority of the sample farmers had annual income of Rs. 50000 to 1 lakh. The majority of the farmers had land between 1 to 2 ha. It was revealed that the awareness about the producer company was influenced by education, institutional participation and habit of reading newspaper. Thus, formers should be influenced to participate in institute. It was observed that groundnut was profitable. Farmers should adopt organic farming to make more profitable. From the study of cost and return of groundnut processing, it was observed that business of value addition was profitable for the Mangrol Magfali Producer Company Ltd. by process outsourcing by traditional method. But it would be more profitable by adopting its own processing plant by traditional method. It was observed that the major problems faced by production of groundnut were lack of availability of labours followed by lack of capital and high incidences of insect and pests. Thus, the farmers should adopt modern techniques of farming to solve the problem of lack of availability of labours. They should borrow finance to solve the problem of limited capital. The major problems faced by farmers in marketing of groundnut were high transport cost followed by low market price and low demand at particular region. To solve the problem of high transport cost, farmer should sale the product at the producer company in which they have membership.en_US
dc.language.isoenen_US
dc.publisherjau,junagdhen_US
dc.subjectmanagementen_US
dc.title“ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FARMERS AND MANGROL MAGFALI PRODUCER COMPANY LTD.”en_US
dc.typeThesisen_US
dc.pages100en_US
dc.subAgricultural Business Managementen_US
dc.theme“ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FARMERS AND MANGROL MAGFALI PRODUCER COMPANY LTD.”en_US
dc.these.typeM.B.A.en_US
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