Southeast Sulawesi

Province Summary​

Capital City

Kendari

Key industries

Fishery, Forestry, Agriculture


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Port Infrastructure

Port for Cattle

-

Sea Toll Route

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Regulation and Incentives

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Breeding


Fattening

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Province Overview

  • Southeast Sulawesi is an emerging cattle market in Indonesia with an estimated beef deficit of approximately 500 tons in 2019.
  • The province is supported by breeding-focused government programs, such as the mass artificial insemination program, and the area's suitable environmental conditions for cattle business.
  • Southeast Sulawesi also has a good environmental quality index and vast highland areas, such as the South Konawe and East Kolaka regency.
  • Their cattle production is dominantly sourced from local smallholders, allocated to provide for local demand and low-volume export to other regions.
  • Southeast Sulawesi supplies to the cattle market in other provinces on Sulawesi island in low volume. Southeast Sulawesi also conducts cattle import from South Sulawesi.
  • Domestic Investment Realization in Southeast Sulawesi reached USD 0.2 Billion while the Foreign Investment Realization reached USD 1.27 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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Southeast Sulawesi GDRP (billion USD)

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Stories from the Field

Success Story

  • Integrated Production with Sugarcane Plantation

    The commercial company, Jhonlin, is establishing a sugarcane plantation in Bombana regency and has plans to develop cattle breeding and fattening operations. The company has started poorly, with heavy stock losses causing a stop to development of the cattle component. The Jhonlin company offers an ideal test case as it already has a sizable land area secured, is producing cane and aspires to being a cattle producer. 

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  • Ease of investment attract investor to Sultra

    Many program were designed to attract investor and grow economy in Southeast Sulawesi. The government intended to raise cattle population in Southeast Sulawesi. The government lower business loans interest from 9% to 7%, resulting small scale business to gain more capital. The government also encourage small business owner to have a partnership with BUMN company, so the business could have more support . These initiatives caused the value of investment and cattle population to grow tremendously 

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Lesson Learned

  • Floods happened. The government mitigation did not solve the root cause

    Southeast Sulawesi, especially Konawe region have high risk of flood. The government expected to force regulation so businesses operated with environmental concern. There were many floods occurrences in Southeast Sulawesi. Since 2010, more than 150 floods happened and still counting. Although the government had regulated businesses to ensure environmental and social sustainability, many businesses are neglecting the rules and operate without environmental concern.

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Existing business model


Number of Commercial Feedlot

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Number of Commercial Breedlot

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Number of Smallholder

52,492

Southeast Sulawesi is supported by breeding-focused government programs and suitable environmental conditions for cattle business. The open grasslands also make open grazing a more common breeding model in the province. 

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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