Economic and investment efficiency of pond aquaculture products growing in Ukrainian's family farms
Ukraine behaves to one of most importers of fish in Europe, having here considerable resources for organization of fish-farmings production process which are not involved in a complete measure. One of directions in Ukrainian fish-farming business there is development of pond aquaculture on the small areas water objects with an assistance in creation and distribution of the specialized family farms. In the article grounded on the basis of determination of the proper economic and investment indicators necessity of creation and distribution of farms from growing products of pond aquaculture in Ukraine for activation of the economy growing fields of business. A necessity is in particular expected main and floating capital which is needed for successful business organization. The model of dependence is conducted between the sizes of pond fish farms and level of economic efficiency, which the low-limit of pond area, which would allow to get the minimum level of profitability and forming economic stimulus and interest engaged in this type of business. The basic indexes of economic and investment efficiency of fish farms business are expected. The analysis of basic indexes of economic efficiency of growing and sales products is conducted. The example of intensive polyculture creation with carp, silver carp, white amura and tench are resulted with the purpose of indexes of natural fish productivity increase on the plot area of ponds from 10 hectare and anymore. It is set in accordance with the results of research, that for organization of such business is necessary about 80 thousand euro investments without accounting of the state government programs of financial support. Financial resources are invested forecast covered a cost for six years. Development of family farms from the production of aquaculture business will be instrumental in realization of fish-farming economic in Ukraine on the basis of the intensive use of small area ponds and also will allow to promote the level of citizens employment in the rural areas.
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