Selection of Beef Production Systems in Bali: An Analytical Network with BOCR Approach

Gede Nyoman Wiratanaya, Dwi Putra Darmawan, Lala M. Kolopaking, Wayan Windia


A model of Analytical Network with BOCR (Benefits, Opportunities, Costs and Risks) successfully applied in Bali to choose the best system of commodity beef production in 2014. This model has a complete multi-layer structure as follows: (a) Top-level network with the ratings spreadsheet to evaluate BOCR having regard to the strategic criteria (food accessibility, availability and distribution of food, and facilities), (b) control criteria for networks in BOCR elements, and (c) Decision networks for each critical control criteria. The results showed that the frozen beef production system is the best alternative with the relative priority of 47.69%. The priority value is a result which has been comprehensively considering the merit of BOCR. Sensitivity analysis of selected production system shows that if a priority, both at the level of BOCR elements and the level of control criteria changed, frozen beef production system remains dominant and does not change the ranking of the overall production system selection, unless used assumptions that extreme changes in BOCR priority. The business model that is suitable be realized in cattle production centers in rural area of Bali is a model of community-based value chain for frozen beef involving the "BUMDes" (village-owned social enterprises) and the "BUM antar Desa" (inter-village BUM).

Keywords: selection of production systems, ANP with BOCR approach, community-based value chain of frozen beef in Bali.


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