NTT

Province Summary​

Capital City

Kupang

Key industries

Fishery, Forestry, Agriculture


Market

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Abattoirs

Land Utilization (Ha)

Port Infrastructure

Port for Cattle

-

Sea Toll Route

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Regulation and Incentives

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Feed

Feed Production

Support Systems


Breeding

Cattle
Import

Breeding


Fattening

Fattening


Trading

Cattle
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Province Overview

  • Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) is home to the fifth-highest cattle population within a province in Indonesia.
  • NTT has approximately 800,000 Ha grazing area available which has been utilized for livestock grazing by local smallholder farmers.
  • The province is also home to the presence of 8 seaports located in 3 different islands (Timor, Flores, and Sumba Island) that can support both live cattle and beef logistics. The ports are integrated into one of the national Sea Highway (Tol Laut) routes specific for cattle being supplied to Jakarta, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi.
  • NTT supplies to the cattle market in other provinces, the majority in Java Island. Due to its strong production, NTT does not conduct any cattle import from other provinces.
  • Aside from the cattle industry, NTT is also well-known for its agriculture, forestry, and fisheries, which also form a significant portion to the provincial GDP.
  • Domestic Investment Realization in NTT reached USD 0.22 Billion while the Foreign Investment Realization reached USD 0.08 Billion in 2020.

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.


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Stories from the Field

Success Story

  • Successful company cooperation between supplier and distributor

    PD Dharma Jaya is a Jakarta Province BUMD that cooperates with NTT Province BUMD to supply meat to the Jakarta area.

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Lesson Learned

    Existing business model


    Number of Commercial Feedlot

    2

    Number of Commercial Breedlot

    0

    Number of Smallholder

    174,091

    NTT excels in both the breeding and fattening models, supported by government plans to increase calf production and available areas allocated for livestock business. Smallholder farmers are very common in this province, as cattle in households, aside from the economical values, also have a unique social and cultural value (cattle is considered as a household asset). 

    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 2020).
    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 2020).
    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)



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