POPULATION GROWTH STRATEGIES IN INCREASING THE EXISTENCE OF BALINESE CATTLE: SWOT ANALYSIS APPROACH
Poverty level is a social problem that is difficult to handle which almost all countries experience it. Some of the factors that cause poverty can be categorized into three, namely, structural, cultural and natural poverty. There is an effective way to deal with poverty, especially in rural areas, namely by the community becoming farmers and breeders because by increasing the quality of human resources who work as farmers and breeders so that they can advance and increase economic growth and providers of national employment, providers of food needs of a country, driving the growth of the industrial sector, and can reduce poverty and the welfare of rural communities can be achieved. The objectives in the preparation of this study are: (1) To determine strategies in dealing with the decline in the population of Bali cattle in the middle of pandeimic in Badung. (2) To determine the impact of the decline in the population of Bali cattle in Badung. This study uses qualitative methods intended to find and understand what is behind the phenomenon to be studied. Based on the results of the previous research and discussion that has been presented above, it can be concluded that the Balinese cattle population has increased since the last 2 years, the cattle population in the district has increased in the last 2 years, namely in 2018 the population was 29,874 while in 2019 the population was 30,458. The facilities and infrastructure provided by the government for the community are the provision of badung seeds that have a Bali cattle breeding center in sobangan and in the provision of ASUH (safe, healthy, intact and halal) local government of Badung has RPH Mambal which already has a temporary NKV (veterinary code number) To market live livestock, Badung has the Beringkit Animal Market which is the largest animal market in Bali.