South Kalimantan

Province Summary​

Capital City

Banjarbaru

Key industries

Mining


Market

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Import (-)
Cattle

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Cattle

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Size

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Abattoirs

Land Utilization (Ha)

Port Infrastructure

Port for Cattle

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Sea Toll Route

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Loading Unloading Time (Days)

Regulation and Incentives

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Feed

Feed Production

Support Systems


Breeding

Cattle
Import

Breeding


Fattening

Fattening


Trading

Cattle
Collector

Interprovince
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Processing

Abattoir

Processing


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Province Overview

  • South Kalimantan has an economic growth of around 11.6% CAGR over the past three years, higher by 1.9% above the national average (National: 9.7%). 
  • The main port is located in Banjarmasin where this port has handled inbound and outbound beef cattle activities.
  • South Kalimantan has a strategic location because it is directly adjacent to East Kalimantan. East Kalimantan is the new capital of Indonesia which is being developed in East Kalimantan province according to the RPJMN (National Medium-Term Development Plan) 2020-2024.
  • South Kalimantan makes prospective parent cattle and feeder cattle as production inputs for both breeding and fattening businesses. The supply of cattle in South Kalimantan comes from local livestock production and outside the province, namely NTT, East Java, and South Sulawesi.
  • Realization of Domestic Investment in South Kalimantan reached IDR 12.3 trillion while Foreign Investment Realization reached USD 0.2 Billion in 2022.

Real-time update on Beef Prices in each Province​

SIMPONI-Ternak is a digital tool developed by Indonesia’s Ministry of Agriculture in response to the high need for market information, covering real-time prices for multiple agricultural commodities in each province. For real-time beef prices in each province, please click the button on the right.


Provincial Macro-data

South Kalimantan GDRP (billion USD)

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South Kalimantan population (thousand)

South Kalimantan minimum wage (USD)

South Kalimantan cattle population (head)

Investment Considerations




Stories from the Field

Success Story

  • Field Visit "Revitalization of Pastura for Propagation of Broiler Cattle" in South Kalimantan

    Center for Tropical Animal Studies (CENTRAS) IPB University with the support of SISKA Supporting Program Indonesia-Australia Red Meat Cattle Partnership (SSP-IARMCP) conducted a Field Visit to the location of SIKA best practices, PT Simbiosis Karya Agroindustri (SISKA Ranch) in Tanah Bumbu Regency, South Kalimantan.

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  • SISKA Implementation: Creating Mutually Beneficial Partnerships between Breeders and Palm Oil Plantation Companies

    SISKA is an innovative model that brings together companies and small farmers to form mutually beneficial commercial partnerships (clusters) to manage livestock on oil palm plantations.

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Existing business model


Number of Commercial Feedlot

3

Number of Commercial Breedlot

0

Number of Smallholder

28,371

As a province with high dependence to the palm oil industry, South Kalimantan has a high potential for further development and establishment of SISKA breeding models.

Definitions

  1. Commercial feedlots are legal business entities with the purpose of increasing the weight of the cattle (BPS, Large and Small Livestock Establishment Statistics 2022).
  2. Commercial breedlots are legal business entities which focus on raising livestock to breed and produce new, young livestock with inherited traits (BPS, Large and Small Livestock Establishment Statistics 2022).
  3. Smallholders are small-scale cattle businesses, usually family owned, with varying cattle number per household. The average smallholder farmers' ownership in Indonesia is about 2 to 5 cattle per household, but it can reach 20 to 50 cattle per household in regions which cattle farming are a main source of livelihood, such as NTB and NTT (BPS STU 2014)  

Below are the existing business model​

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