The Pattern of People's Livestock and the Sustainability Status of the Livestock Area (Peruweren) of Blang Paku and Uber-Uber in Bener Meriah Regency
Keywords:Livestock Pattern, Sustainability Status, Peruweren
This paper aims to discuss the pattern of smallholder livestock farming and the status of the sustainability of the Blang Paku and Uber-uber livestock areas (peruweren) in Bener Meriah Regency. The data collection method used in this paper is through participant observation, in-depth interviews, surveys, document studies, and literature studies. Data analysis used an ethnographic approach and the RAP-BANGKAPET approach. The results showed that the general pattern of animal husbandry practiced in the Blang Paku and Uber-Uber areas was to make fences on the shepherd's land, although there was also a model of freelance rearing in the morning and evening to be put in the cage. The overall calculation results show that the achievement of the area management sustainability index is 29.01. Such an index value is included in the Poor category and is closer to bad. The status of this area as a whole is less sustainable.
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