Beef cattle farming characteristic to formal financing access


This study investigates the effect of beef cattle farmers and farm characteristics on access to formal financing. This study has been made in subject or area of economy of agriculture especially beef cattle farming. Data were collected using survey approach and questionnaires. The statistical analyses include descriptive e statistics and logit model estimation using STATA. The results indicate that farmers and farm characteristics influence financial accessibility in beef cattle farmers. Education affects the accessibility of financing as a facilitator of the farmers in the search for information, making financing proposals and regarding the ability to convince formal financial institutions.


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