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Year 2019, Volume 36, Issue 2, 125 - 133, 15.06.2019
https://doi.org/10.12714/egejfas.2019.36.2.04

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Analysis of profitability of shrimp value chain in Delta State, Nigeria

Year 2019, Volume 36, Issue 2, 125 - 133, 15.06.2019
https://doi.org/10.12714/egejfas.2019.36.2.04

Abstract



This study investigated the profitability of shrimp value chain. Primary data were obtained using well structured questionnaire from randomly selected 240 shrimp operators (harvesters, processors and marketers). Descriptive and inferential statistical tools were used to analyze collected data. The result revealed that the mean profit realized was N70,092 N36,255 and N26,097.30 by harvesters, processors and marketers respectively. Value added at was N500 and N1000 per basket by processors and marketers respectively. Test of hypothesis indicates that quantity sold (0.218), price (0.033), bargaining power (0.002) and union dues (0.099), showed positive and significant relationship with shrimp value chain profitability. While market levy and store rent showed negative relationship with profitability in shrimp value chain. It was recommended that there should be moderate store rent. Marketers should increase their bargaining power at the point of procurement and union dues should be reduced so that shrimp value chain profitability can be enhanced.




References

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  • Amire, A.V. 2008. The challenges of piracy in the marine sector of captured fisheries in Nigeria: Lead Paper. Pages 94-97 In: J.A.
  • Areola F O 2007 Fish marketing and export potentials of fish and fisheries products in Nigeria. Paper presented at the Educative and Informative Aqua-cultural Workshop and Exhibitions tagged: sustainable fisheries livelihood: management and food security in Nigeria, February 23, 2007.
  • Autqa, J.K. Balogun, P.I. Bolorunduro and H.U. Onimisi, editors. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria, Kaduna, 26-30 Oct 2008.
  • Bene C and Heck S 2005 Fish and Food Security in Africa. In: Fish for all; a turning point for aquaculture and fisheries in Africa. World Fish Centre Quarterly 28 (2 and 3): 8 – 13.
  • Berger, C., Quispe, M. and Talavera, V. (2004). Programa Nacional para la competitivevdad de la acuiculturalagostinera et al Peru 2005-2014. Asociacionlangostinera Peruana (ALPE).
  • Bffea. (January-April 2012). Shrimp & Fish: Newsletter of BFFEA. BFFEA
  • Business Day 2004 Shell/USAID N266 bn shrimp project on Shaky start. Business Day Newspaper, December 13, 2004, Volume 3 (374): 1 – 2.
  • CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) 2003 Promoting Sustainable Rural Development throughAgriculture. Canada making a Difference in the world. http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/inet/images.nsf/vLUImages/agriculture/$file/Agriculture-e.pdf
  • Delgado C, Wada N, Rosegrant M, Meijer S and Ahmed M 2003 Fish to 2020 Supply and Demand in Changing Global Markets. Washington DC: International Food Policy Research Institute, and Penang. World Fish Centre. http://www.ifpri.org/sites/default/files/publications/oc44.pdf
  • Dublin–Green and J.G. Tobor. 1992. Fin and shellfish of conservation interest in Nigeria. NIOMR(Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research) Paper Technical, 79.
  • Ezenwa, B.I. 1991. Studies on development of fertilized eggs, larvae, juveniles and broodstock of the pink shrimp, Penaeus notalis and prawn, Macrobrachriumvollenvenii. NIOMR (Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research) Annual Report, 1991.
  • Ezenwa, B.I., W. Alegbeleye, P.E.Anyawu, M.E. Mosugu, A.O. Aladetowa and A.O.Ogbenede 1992. Studies on development of fertilized eggs, larvae, juveniles and broodstock of the pink shrimp and prawn. NIOMR (Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research) Annual Report, 1992.
  • FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations).1994. Fishery Information, Data and Statistics Services. Bulletin of Fishery Statistics. No. 33. Rome, Italy.
  • FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations).1994. Fishery Information, Data and Statistics Services.Bulletin of Fishery Statistics. No. 33. Rome, Italy.
  • Fish Network. 1998. Sustainable aquaculture development and fish sufficiency in Nigeria. A Quarterly Publication of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON). Lagos, Nigeria.
  • Giovanni M 2008 Feast or famine. In: Globalization: The good, the bad and the ugly. The magazine of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, May 2008, pp 12 – 13.B
  • Hart, A.I., E.J. Ansa and I. Sekibo. 2003. Sex ratio, sexual dimorphism and fecundity of pond-reared Niger River shrimp, M. felicinum (Holthius 1949). The Zoologist 2:56-61.
  • Islam, M. (2008). From sea to shrimp processing factories in Bangladesh: Gender and employment at the bottom of a global commodity chain. Journal of South Asian Development. DOI: 10.1177/097317410800300202
  • Kaplinsky, Raphael and Morris, Mike. A Handbook for Value Chain Research. International Development Research Centre.
  • Marioghae, I.E. and S.N. Deekae. 1991. Culture trials of the southern pink shrimp NIOMR Annual Report, 1991.
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  • N Zabbey, E S Erondu and A I Hart:Nigeria and the prospect of shrimp farming: critical issues’.
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  • This Day 2008 Nigeria Need $200m to boost shrimp farming. This Day Newpaper, Volume. 13 No. 4707, March 11, 2008.
  • UNDP (United Nations Development Program) 2006 Niger Delta development report. Perfect Printers limited, Abuja ,Nigeria.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Science
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Felix Odemero ACHOJA (Primary Author)
DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY,ASABA CAMPUS, NIGERIA
0000-0002-9705-4923
Nigeria

Publication Date June 15, 2019
Application Date September 24, 2018
Acceptance Date February 22, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019, Volume 36, Issue 2

Cite

APA Achoja, F. O. (2019). Analysis of profitability of shrimp value chain in Delta State, Nigeria . Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences , 36 (2) , 125-133 . DOI: 10.12714/egejfas.2019.36.2.04