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Livestock Industries of Indonesia Prior to the Asian Financial Crisis













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RAP Publication 1999/37

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
December 1999

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

FOREWORD

1. KAMPUNG CHICKENS: A KEY PART OF INDONESIA’S LIVESTOCK SECTOR - Kusuma Diwyanto and Sofyan Iskandar (Central Research Institute for Animal Sciences and Research Institute for Animal Production)

2. NUCLEUS SCHEME FOR SMALLHOLDERS (PIR) IN THE BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY OF INDONESIA - Subandriyo, I.G. Putu, Agus Suparyanto and Ismeth Inounu (Research Institute for Animal Production)

3. STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE INDONESIAN DAIRY INDUSTRY - Paul Riethmuller and Dominic Smith (Department of Economics, The University of Queensland)

4. LOCAL LIVESTOCK FEED RESOURCES - Andi Djajanegara (Research Institute for Animal Production)

5. THE TRANSPORT OF LIVESTOCK, LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS AND FEED IN INDONESIA - Argono R. Setioko and Yulvian Sani (Central Research Institute for Animal Sciences)

6. FEED MILLING INDUSTRIES IN INDONESIA - Budi Tangendjaja (Research Institute for Animal Production)

7. PROCESSING AND MARKETING OF LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS IN INDONESIA - Atien Priyanti and I.G. Putu (Central Research Institute for Animal Sciences and Research Institute for Animal Production)

8. CLASSIFICATION OF INDONESIAN DAIRY CO-OPERATIVES - Paul Riethmuller and Dominic Smith Department of Economics, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

9. A STUDY OF COST STRUCTURES OF DAIRY CO-OPERATIVES AND FARMER INCOMES IN EAST JAVA - Yusmichad Yusdja and Bambang Sayaka (Research Institute for Animal Production) and Paul Riethmuller (Department of Economics, The University of Queensland)

10. INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN LIVESTOCK, LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS AND LIVESTOCK INPUTS - T.D. Soedjana (Research Institute for Animal Production)

APPENDIX: THE INDONESIA FEED AND LIVESTOCK SECTOR, A STATISTICAL OVERVIEW - Paul Riethmuller (Department of Economics, The University of Queensland)

SOME FEATURES ON THE INDONESIAN ECONOMY
AGRICULTURE IN THE REGIONS
THE IMPORTANCE OF LIVESTOCK TO THE REGIONAL ECONOMY
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY
THE POULTRY INDUSTRY
NATIVE CHICKEN
BROILER CHICKENS
EGG PRODUCTION
DUCKS
THE CATTLE INDUSTRY
OTHER LIVESTOCK
PROGRAMS TO INCREASE LIVESTOCK NUMBERS
GOVERNMENT POLICIES
CONSUMPTION
TECHNICAL COEFFICIENTS
THE INDONESIAN FEED INDUSTRY
REFERENCES