Within the scope of the research, a total of 14 enterprises were studied and it was determined that 85.7% of these enterprises were producing in the ponds on land, 7.1% in net cages and 7.1% in both ponds and net cages. When examined according to their legal structures, it is seen that 85.7% of the enterprises are private companies, 7.1% are limited liability companies and 7.1% are joint stock companies. In the analysis of the workforce in the enterprises, it was found that the ratio of the family labour force is 2.0 Man Power Unit (MPU), the male labour force is the highest as 1.07, and the female labour force is highest as 0.27 at the age group of 15-49. It was determined that the active capital amounts (17,095,548 TRY) of the cage breeding enterprises are much higher than the active capital amounts (453,482 TRY) of the pond enterprises. Operating expenses are calculated as 77,041 TRY in enterprises having ponds, and 749,578 TRY in cage enterprises and 1,087,900 TRY in both pool and cage enterprises. The biggest share of operating costs is constituted by the feed price. The profitability ratios in the enterprises were determined as 66.86% for pond enterprises, 94.73% for cage enterprises, and 91.59% for both pool and cage enterprises.
|Subjects||Marine and Freshwater Biology|
|Journal Section||Research Article|
: January 16, 2018
|APA||Aydın, A , Bashimov, G , Yaykaşlı, M . (2018). The structural and economic analysis of the rainbow trout farming: Case of Erzurum province. Marine Science and Technology Bulletin , 7 (1) , 4-11 . DOI: 10.33714/masteb.379336|