The Indonesia Australia Partnership on Food Security in the Red Meat and Cattle Sector (the Partnership) is a joint cooperation between Indonesia and Australia to support food security in the red meat and cattle sectors and access to the global supply chain for red meat and cattle products through trade and investment environmentGo to Investor Toolkit
The toolkit provides Information about certain provinces to guide future investment decisions in the cattle sector. The Toolkit consists of 3 main sections, which are the Province Selection, Province General Overview, and Analysis based on social, infrastructure, environment and cattle livelihood, and economy.
Numbers and facts about the condition in each province are obtained from previous studies by IACCBP (Indonesia Australia Commercial Cattle Breeding Program), public databases and publications, interviews with regional government, academics, and businesses related to the cattle sector.Go to Investor Toolkit
The production model section provides a guide for all necessary preparations for business establishment and operational model for several possible investment type and business models.
Data on operational requirements for several business models are gained from studies on cattle breeding and fattening, which are then developed and validated through interviews with key cattle stakeholders. For the business entity establishment, the data is gathered from regulations and publications, continued by interviews with government and industry experts.Go to Production Model
The financial modeling provides a guided experience for both basic and advanced users in the cattle breeding business. The model can accommodate three main breeding models used in Indonesia: open grazing, SISKA, and Cut& Carry.
The original model is obtained from CALFIN Model developed by IACCBP. The model then further processed and integrated into this website.Go to Financial Modeling
The resources page provides in-depth information regarding cattle sector in Indonesia, which includes information on stakeholders, regulations, news, publications, and statistics.
The information are obtained from various stakeholders in Indonesia related to cattle industry, such as the Ministry of Agriculture, National Bureau of Statistics, organizations (such as Red Meat & Cattle Partnership and Meat & Livestock Australia), and educational institutions.Go to Resources Page