The comprehensive study which is containing the livestock development efforts in Indonesia. For instance, the population growth of cow and buffalo for 2009-2014 increased averagely 5.1% per year from 14.6 million tails to 18.8 million tails. The population growth of sheep and goat went up averagely 6% per year from 26 million tails to 34 million tails. Besides that, the development growth of chicken also mounted averagely 6.5% per year from 1,276 million tails to 1,731 million tails. As well as with the fork population growth also increased averagely 4.1% per year from 6.9 million tails to 8.5 million tails.
Meanwhile, the Indonesia meat consumption increased averagely per year for 2009-2014 except goat and sheep meat. Chicken meat went up averagely 6.7% per year from 1.3 million ton to 1.8 million ton. The cow and buffalo meat consumption increased averagely 6.8% per year from 478 thousand tons to 659 thousand tons. Additional, the fork meat consumption went up averagely 5.1% per year from 200 thousand tons to 256 thousand tons. In the other hand, goat and sheep meat consumption came down averagely 2.7% per year from 128 thousand tons to 111 thousand tons.