Study on THE BUSINESS PROSPECT OF LIVESTOCK in Indonesia, 2014 (Available in Indonesia or English edition)
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.