SOCIO-ECONOMICS FACTORS INFLUENCING POULTRY FARMERS’ ACCESSIBILITY TO CREDIT IN MAIDUGURI METROPOLIS, BORNO STATE, NIGERIA
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Keywords

Poultry farmers
Accessibility
Credit
Quantum and Maiduguri Metropolitan

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James, H., Mustapha, S. B., Adamu, A. Gadzama, & Janada, J. Ghumdia. (2021). SOCIO-ECONOMICS FACTORS INFLUENCING POULTRY FARMERS’ ACCESSIBILITY TO CREDIT IN MAIDUGURI METROPOLIS, BORNO STATE, NIGERIA. Journal of Agricultural Economics, Environment and Social Sciences, 7(1), 76-88. Retrieved from http://jaeess.com.ng/index.php/jaeess/article/view/85

Abstract

The study analyzed factors on access to credit by poultry farmers in Maiduguri Metropolis,
Nigeria. One hundred poultry farmers were randomly selected through multi stage random
sampling technique. Structured questionnaires were administered to generate data for the
study. Descriptive statistics and multiple regression model were used in achieving the specific
objectives. Results indicated that majority (73.0%) of the respondents were males with a mean
age of 40 years. Majority (77.0%) were married, tertiary education (70.0%), who had access
to market information (70.0%) with an access to extension (64.0%). The multiple regression
analysis revealed that the explanatory variables in the model account for 70.8% % of the
variations in the factors influencing poultry farmers’ accessibility to credit. The coefficients;
age, education, flock size, collateral, and guarantor and credit sources were positive and
significant at either 1% or 5% level. The study recommended that Poultry farmers should be
encouraged to join membership of poultry associations. This could enable them to have access
to market information, extension services and credit with a view to increasing their
productivity.

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