PRODUCTIVITY AND PROFITABILITY OF THE CARROT PRODUCTION IN THE F.Y.R. OF MACEDONIA PUBLISHEDMile Peshevski, N. Georgiev, K. Kocev
In this paper authors determined that the production costs by the farm-lands from the Group II are for 49.1% higher, although the cost price is for 14.1% lower, due to higher (for 73.9%) crop. The expenditure for the human labor by the farms of the Group II is higher up to 7.1% than by the Group I, and the productivity is higher up to 62.7%, due to better technical equipment of the farms belonging to this Group. The profit level (according to the comparative index), is almost the same by both Groups, due to rather the positive impact of the higher (up to 16.7%) carrot selling price by the Group I compared to the Group II, than the negative impact of the level of total costs per unit/land by Group II.
carrot; price; costs; productivity; profit