Agricultural Inputs Allocation Model of Ethiopian Agricultural System


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Authors

  • Daniel Arficho Gaenore Department of Statistics and Actuarial Sciences, Faculty of Mathematics, Pan African University for Basic Sciences, Technology and Innovations (PAUSTI), Nairobi, Kenya
  • M. Montaz Ali School of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Aduda Jane Akinyi Department of Statistics and Actuarial Sciences, Faculty of Mathematics, JKUAT, Nairobi, Kenya

Keywords:

Constraints, Mekenajo, Minda, Model, Tillage

Abstract

Farmers and investors like to use some important models for agricultural planning and decision making process. Researchers have developed linear programming model for agricultural farm land allocation. In this research, we construct cropping and tillage arrangement models. Cropping arrangement model is constructed from existing cropping arrangements in Ethiopia. We construct Tillage arrangement model to determine tillage day and aggregate farm land using the number of oxen and workers. We also construct agricultural inputs allocation models to solve agricultural inputs allocation problem. Finally, we derive a technique to determine revenue for farm land, inputs and labor contribution using share cropping and labor sharing arrangements.

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Published

15-12-2021

How to Cite

Daniel Arficho Gaenore, M. Montaz Ali, & Aduda Jane Akinyi. (2021). Agricultural Inputs Allocation Model of Ethiopian Agricultural System. International Journal of Mathematics And Its Applications, 9(4), 101–117. Retrieved from http://ijmaa.in/index.php/ijmaa/article/view/34

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