Fishery, Forestry, Agriculture
Port for Cattle
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Berdikari United Livestock (PT BULI) is a company focused on growing cattle business. This company is the largest cattle farm company in Indonesia, even in Southeast Asia. PT BULI, a state-owned ranch of 11,000 ha, has useful infrastructure and pasture areas. Whilst it currently has no cattle, it has potential for redevelopment as a large-scale cattle operation. The company has now expanded in term of service to fattening, driving the region's economic growth and utilizing manpower for more than 1,000 cattle. This effort increase the community's well-being and prosperity
Maros Regency in South Sulawesi has quite big potential in livestock sector, especially in big and small cattle. The growth of big cattle is tremendous and handled by majority of smallholders.BAZNAS cattle centre paired the concept of breeding and fattening by empowering local community especially farmers and smallholders. Breeding and fattening in the area is created to enhance the number of cattle population and enhance the area economically. To fulfill feed demand in the breeding and fattenign program, farmers cultivate feed independently. The model applid is the economy community development by providing productive asset in forms of cattle breed to be developed sustainably.
Smallholders in Southeast Sulawesi required aid in forms of funding and cattle seed to kickstart cattle farm growth. The provincial government responded by providing both needs with auction system. However, majority of the cattle breed are unable to survive in the region due to many contributing factors. Hence, cattle breed from the government are usually sold to other institutions without proper fattening process to avoid cattle dying on their premises.
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