• Shashi Kant Bule Hora University, Ethiopia
  • Amanuel Bali Sora Bule Hora University, Ethiopia


Deficit of the perceptual selection and inclusion of the logistics administration notion and philosophies were stated as the declaration of the challenge of the investigation. The objective was to investigate coffee logistics administration operations of the cooperative societies in the area of Oromia region from coffee planters to sell overseas phase. Mutually foundations of the both principle and secondary information were used to gather the information from the 3 associates (coffee planters, principle cooperative societies and association of cooperative societies) that engaged in coffee logistics on cooperative societies functionalism the investigators used purposive data collection method & random data collection method methodologies by SPSS was used to elucidate, comprehend and review information that was gathered from respondents. With regard to interior operation, the explanatory information interpretation from the associates is conveys that there is reasonable functionalism, the networking among the associates that engaged in the logistics is moderate in associates concerning to cybernetics, Leadership operation of logistics administration in the area of coffee cooperative is significant as the collective mean manifested in the experiment generate consciousness is foremost phase for operation logistics administration, so each associates of coffee cooperative logistics must work on the logistics orientation on cooperative functionalism used 359 specimen size and it direct for future experiments.


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How to Cite
KANT, Shashi; SORA, Amanuel Bali. COFFEE LOGISTICS ADMINISTRATION OPERATIONS CONSEQUENCES ON COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES FUNCTIONALISM IN ETHIOPIA. JURNAL PETERNAKAN SABANA, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 3, p. 148-159, jan. 2023. ISSN 2549-0001. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 12 july 2024. doi:

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