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Análisis financiero de sistemas agrosilvopastoriles multiestrata y agroforestales, en fincas ganaderas convencionales del Departamento de Santander, Colombia

by Chaparro Granados, Lilian A; CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica).
Publisher: Turrialba (Costa Rica) 2005Description: 131 p.Other Title: Financial viability of multi-strata agro-silvopastoral and agroforestry systems in conventional cattle farms in the Department of Santander, Colombia.Subject(s): SISTEMAS AGROSILVOPASCICOLAS | AGROFORESTERIA | GANADERIA | EXPLOTACIONES AGRARIAS | SISTEMAS DE EXPLOTACION | ANALISIS ECONOMICO | ANALISIS DE COSTOS Y BENEFICIOS | RENTABILIDAD | COLOMBIA | AGROSILVOPASTORAL SYSTEMS | AGROFORESTRY | ANIMAL HUSBANDRY | FARMS | FARMING SYSTEMS | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS | COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS | PROFITABILITY | COLOMBIA | SYSTEME AGROSYLVOPASTORAL | AGROFORESTERIE | ELEVAGE | EXPLOITATION AGRICOLE | SYSTEME D'EXPLOITATION AGRICOLE | ANALYSE ECONOMIQUE | ANALYSE COUT AVANTAGE | RENTABILITE | COLOMBIEOnline Resources: Es | Texto completo (Es) Summary: Se formularon análisis financieros ex-ante de beneficio-costo con el propósito de evaluar la rentabilidad financiera de la inversión en la adopción de los sistemas: 1) Agrosilvopastoril Multiestrata (ASSP) integrado por guayaba (Psidium guajava L), aro (Trichanthera gigantea (H & B)) y maíz (Zea mays), y 2) Sistema agroforestal (AGF) guayaba (Psidium guajava L), plátano (Musa AAB) y maíz(Zea mays), a partir de áreas cubiertas en pasturas de un sistema de ganadería convencional en fincas de los municipios de Oiba y Guapotá, departamento de Santander, Colombia. Los sistemas evaluados son sensibles a los incrementos de insumos, mano de obra y precio del ganado (compra y venta). Ambos sistemas son rentables aunque el ASSP es más rentable en un 7 por ciento que el sistema AGF.Summary: An ex-ante cost-benefit financial analysis was conducted to evaluate the financial profitability of investing in the adoption of the systems: 1) multi-strata agro-silvopastoral (ASSP) using guava (Psidium guajava L), aro (Trichanthera gigantea (H. & B.)) and corn (Zea mays), and 2) agroforestry system (AGF) using guava (Psidium guajava L), plantain (Musa AAB) and corn (Zea mays) from areas with conventional cattle farming systems which are covered in pastures in the Oiba and Guapotá municipalities, Department of Santander, Colombia. The systems evaluated are sensitive to increases in inputs, labor and cattle price (buying and selling). Both systems are profitable even though the ASSP is 7 percent more profitable than the AGF system.
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Se formularon análisis financieros ex-ante de beneficio-costo con el propósito de evaluar la rentabilidad financiera de la inversión en la adopción de los sistemas: 1) Agrosilvopastoril Multiestrata (ASSP) integrado por guayaba (Psidium guajava L), aro (Trichanthera gigantea (H & B)) y maíz (Zea mays), y 2) Sistema agroforestal (AGF) guayaba (Psidium guajava L), plátano (Musa AAB) y maíz(Zea mays), a partir de áreas cubiertas en pasturas de un sistema de ganadería convencional en fincas de los municipios de Oiba y Guapotá, departamento de Santander, Colombia. Los sistemas evaluados son sensibles a los incrementos de insumos, mano de obra y precio del ganado (compra y venta). Ambos sistemas son rentables aunque el ASSP es más rentable en un 7 por ciento que el sistema AGF.

An ex-ante cost-benefit financial analysis was conducted to evaluate the financial profitability of investing in the adoption of the systems: 1) multi-strata agro-silvopastoral (ASSP) using guava (Psidium guajava L), aro (Trichanthera gigantea (H. & B.)) and corn (Zea mays), and 2) agroforestry system (AGF) using guava (Psidium guajava L), plantain (Musa AAB) and corn (Zea mays) from areas with conventional cattle farming systems which are covered in pastures in the Oiba and Guapotá municipalities, Department of Santander, Colombia. The systems evaluated are sensitive to increases in inputs, labor and cattle price (buying and selling). Both systems are profitable even though the ASSP is 7 percent more profitable than the AGF system.

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