This study attempts to analyse the extent to which integration in oil palm will continue to be practised by the smallholders and the extent to which integration will be able to increase their income. Data from a total of 140 oil palm smallholders were analysed in this study, using descriptive statistics. The findings show that the majority of the smallholders intend to continue integration in their oil palm in the future. On average, they are satisfied with the integration carried out over the years. However, only half of the smallholders agree that the integration is able to increase their family income. It is expected that the findings from this study will be used to enhance the practice of integration in oil palm smallholdings.
Keywords: smallholders, crop-livestock integration, continuity, productivity, income