East Kalimantan

Province Summary​

Capital City

Samarinda

Key industries

Mining


Market

Supply (-)

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Import (-)
Cattle

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Export (-)
Cattle

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Market (-)
Size

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ESCAS Feedlot in
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Feedlot

ESCAS Abattoir in
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Abattoirs

Land Utilization (Ha)

Port Infrastructure

Port for Cattle

-

Sea Toll Route

Unavailable

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
Trader

External
Market


Processing

Abattoir

Processing


Strong sectors

Weak sectors


Province Overview

  • East Kalimantan is a province with one of the highest buying power in Indonesia, driven by the leading mining sector contribution to the province's GDP (53.2%).
  • The main seaports are located in Samarinda and Balikpapan, the ports which also commonly handle inbound and outbound movements of live cattle.
  • The new capital city of Indonesia will be located in East Kalimantan according to the RPJMN (The Medium-Term National Development Plan) 2020-2024.
  • The cattle sector is still a minor contributor to the economy. However, East Kalimantan has the potential to grow its cattle production due to its abundant land and feed resources, although the production value chain will require improvements in various aspects.
  • Realization of Domestic Investment in East Kalimantan reached IDR 39.6 trillion while Foreign Investment Realization reached USD 1.3 Billion in 2022.

Real-time update on Beef Prices in each Province​

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Provincial Macro-data

East Kalimantan GDRP (billion USD)

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East Kalimantan population (thousand)

East Kalimantan minimum wage (USD)

East Kalimantan cattle population (head)

Investment Considerations




Stories from the Field

Success Story

  • Development of Mini Ranch Livestock Areas in East Kalimantan

    A livestock farmer group in East Kalimantan initiated the development of a mini ranch area supported by the Provincial Budget. The 35 hectare mini ranch experiences success. 

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  • Technical Guidance on SISKA-Kemitraan Implementation in Krewat Farm Tonar Cluster

    In order to improve the ability and competence of farmers in East Kalimantan, the Livestock and Animal Health Office (DPKH) of East Kalimantan Province and SISKA Supporting Progdam Indonesia-Australia Red Meat and Cattle Partnership (SSP-IARMCP) have carried out Technical Guidance on SISKA Implementation in the Krewat Farm Tonar Cluster, Batu-Batu Village, Muara Badak District, Kutai Kartanegara Regency, East Kalimantan.

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  • Technical Guidance of Management of Cattle Breeding & Reproduction as well as Animal Health Management and Animal Welfare in SISKA South Kalimantan Pilot Project

    The Livestock and Animal Health Office of East Kalimantan Province together with SISKA Supporting Program Indonesia-Australia Red Meat and Cattle Partnership (SSP-IARMCP) have carried out Technical Guidance on Cattle Breeding & Reproductive Management as well as Animal Health Management and Animal Welfare at the SISKA Kaltim Pilot Project, Gawi Bersama Cluster, Saing Pupuk Village, Batu Engau District, Paser Regency.

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Existing business model


Number of Commercial Feedlot

0

Number of Commercial Breedlot

0

Number of Smallholder

17,772

East Kalimantan is well-known for its oil palm plantation industry, leading to this province having some of the most advanced and well-established implementation of SISKA in Indonesia. Moreover, the availability of open grasslands and good environmental conditions also make the province suitable for open grazing 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 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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