عنوان مقاله [English]
This study was conducted to evaluate the share of cost factors affecting on final cost of broiler live weight per kilogram in Tehran province. Data were collected through questionnaires. Farms were divided to three cost ranges: less than 35,000, between 35,000 to 40,000, and over 40000 Rails based on production cost per kg of live weight. In this study, water and additives, staff, vaccines, transportation, laboratory, chicks, feed, insurance, letter, personal cost and fuel were investigated.Share of cost-effective price per kilogram of broilers by using a multi-criteria decision analysis were determined. Performance parameters, including body weight and feed conversion ratio were not different among three groups (P>0.05). Water and additives, staff, vaccines and fuel were the factors that influenced the difference among the three groups, so they made a significant difference in final live weight cost. Insurance and feed had the lowest effects on final price. The group with over 40000 Rails cost for kg of live weight production had less productivity of cost factors. In conclusion, in order to reduce production costs in poultry farms should consider the entire costs factor. For example, the food and insurance costs are the highest and lowest total cost of production that had a minor role in the creation of a difference between different groups of broiler cost in this study.