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Title: ปัจจัยที่มีผลต่อเกษตรกรในการตัดสินใจเข้าเป็นสมาชิกของสหกรณ์ผู้ปลูกสับปะรดลำปาง
Other Titles: Factors affecting frmers' decision making on Being Members of Lampang pineapple growers cooperative
Authors: รองศาสตราจารย์ พิกุล โค้วสุวรรณ์
ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์ ดร.เยาวเรศ เชาวนพูนผล
กนกวรรณ พิมพา
Keywords: เกษตรกร
Issue Date: Oct-2557
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: The purpose of the study was To determine the factors that influence the decision for or subscribe to the Co-Pineapple Lampang. Education and expectations before and satisfaction after subscribing. The problems obstacles and ideas for farmers the questionnaire was used to collect data from two groups that are members and non-members of cooperative each group of 200 population in their home district, Muang Lampang model for logistics analyzes economic factors process marketing and risk the theoretical expectation and satisfaction and measures with Likert rating scale measuring expectations before and satisfaction after joined the cooperative based on eight factors related statistical t-test to test and depict the static problem barriers and suggestions of farmers. The study has found that farmers who are members of cooperatives, the majority were men the average age higher than those who are not members mostly women, between the 2 groups completed primary education as well. The group's members are experienced and cultivated land than farmers in the non members groups, the majority of the revenue and expenditure in the two groups are under 100,000 baht per year, a cost of less than 50,000 baht per year and a debt of more than 200,000 baht the members group produces more than the non members throughout the year of the members group sell their product to the plants and sold fresh while none members sale to the plants through agents they received information from neighbors who are farmers together. For most of the group's members have opportunities to be trained by the organization or government officials. The study on the risk factors found that farmers who are members facing the risk of marketing and price less than the none members. The study found that, factors affecting the decision include experience in growing pineapples, source of credit loans, cost of production, opportunity to attend the training pineapple for produce and market risks, the gender factor, education, harvest period, yield and price risk does not affect the decision. The results of the analysis are statistically significant at a confidence level of 0.01 and 0.05 is the log likelihood function is -195.8158, the restricted log likelihood is -277.2589, mcfadden Ris 0.2937, chi squared is equal to 162.8861 and the accuracy of predicting rate is 80.50 percent. The study expectations before and satisfaction after joined under 2 assumptions to study the factors that determine the 8 areas are different in the two groups, the problems and obstacles that 2 farmers groups faced are uncertainty of market price, rotten pineapples, high costs of production, climate variability, distribution channels or markets to buy products with less, transportation difficulties and cooperatives located quite far from the area of arable. The results found are consistent with studies of Pakaaymars, Kritsada, Thaworn and Ngarmchawee. The recommendations of the study are: (1) Cooperatives should be to find distribution channels, including the assemble of professional women's groups (2) Cooperatives should be a middleman to bargaining power with buyers (3) Cooperatives should cooperate with other agencies of government involved the training of pineapple (4) Cooperative should be the center of capital and promote the saving for farmers (5) Cooperatives should be to help farmers in the cost of production.
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