• BPPT and Partnership Assess the Commercial Opportunities and Challenges in the Integration of Cattle Breeding and Oil Palm Plantation
  • Sentra Peternakan Rakyat (SPR) Mega Jaya Bojonegoro Successfully Breeds Australian Brahman Cross Cattle
  • IACCB Formally Handed Australian Brahman Cross Cattle To KPT Maju Sejahtera in South Lampung
  • Breeding: Heifers under palm tree on IACCB’s Integrated oil palm and cattle production pilot project
    Breeding: Heifers under palm tree on IACCB’s Integrated oil palm and cattle production pilot project
  • Breeding: a man carrying grass for cattle in IACCB’s cut and carry pilot project
    Breeding: a man carrying grass for cattle in IACCB’s cut and carry pilot project
  • Transport & Logistics: Efficient cattle handling and logistics is one of the Partnership’s focus area   Skill Development: Indonesian students participated in the Indonesia Australia Pastoral Industry Student Program
    Transport & Logistics: Efficient cattle handling and logistics is one of the Partnership’s focus area
  • Skill Development: Indonesian students participated in the Indonesia Australia Pastoral Industry Student Program
    Skill Development: Indonesian students participated in the Indonesia Australia Pastoral Industry Student Program

The Indonesia Australia Partnership on Food Security in the Red Meat and Cattle Sector (the Partnership) was developed by the Indonesian and Australian governments to combine their strengths to improve the red meat and cattle sector supply chain in Indonesia and to promote a stable trade and investment environment between Indonesia and Australia.

The 10-year Partnership will span until 2023, with AUD $ 60 million in funding from the Australian Government and co-contributions from project Partners.

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Upcoming Events

  • GAPUSPINDO Annual Meeting
    6 - 8 November 2019 Malang, East Java
  • 8th Partnership Meeting
    4 November 2019 Bali
  • NTCA Indonesia Australia Pastoral Program - Training & Station Placement
    26 August – 31 October 2019 Northern Territory Australia