The Ettawa Crossbred and crop integration system is widely practiced in developing countries. Ettawa Crossbred semi-intensive systems are kept by farmers as dual-purpose goats for breeding and milking systems and also for contest animals. This study aims to identify the integration of Ettawa Crossbred goat and plant biosystems and analysis of farmer’s gross margin. The research was conducted in Sleman and Kulon Progo Districts as a production center for Ettawa Crossbred goats in the Special Province of Yogyakarta. 120 respondents were carried out in two groups of livestock in Girikerto Village, Turi Subdistrict, and Pagerharjo Village, Samigaluh District, Kulon Progo. Identification of livestock crop integration system descriptive while gross margins to quantify farmer income quantitatively. The results showed that the highest income comes from forestry, namely Albizia chinensis and Swietenia mahagoni IDR 3,214,649.37/year (43,56%). Ettawa Crossbred goat IDR 3,037,692.18(41,16%) and forage Pennisetum purpupoides and Calliandra haematocephalus IDR 1,127,396.73/year (15,28%). The total gross margin of integration between forage and livestock was IDR 4,165,087.91 (56.44%), integration between forestry and livestock was IDR 6,252,341.55 (84.72%), and the integration of forage with forestry and livestock was IDR 7,379,737.38 (100%). Planting of plantation crops, namely Albizia chinensis and Swietenia mahagoni as well as efforts to conserve critical land. In addition to maintaining business sustainability, it is necessary to increase the population and maintenance technology of livestock plants.

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