Benchmarking the beef supply chain in eastern Indonesia




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Final report

project

Benchmarking the beef supply chain in eastern Indonesia

project number

SMAR/2007/202

date published

July 2011

prepared by

Dr Claus Deblitz

co-authors/ contributors/ collaborators

Teddy Kristedi, Prajogo U. Hadi, Joko Triastono, Ketut Puspadi and Nasrullah

approved by

David Shearer, Research Program Manager, Agribusiness (ACIAR)

final report number

FR2011-19

ISBN

978 1 921738 98 2

published by

ACIAR

GPO Box 1571

Canberra ACT 2601

Australia

This publication is published by ACIAR ABN 34 864 955 427. Care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this publication. However ACIAR cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the information or opinions contained in the publication. You should make your own enquiries before making decisions concerning your interests.

© Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) 2011 - This work is copyright. Apart from any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part may be reproduced by any process without prior written permission from ACIAR, GPO Box 1571, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia, aciar@aciar.gov.au.



Contents

1Acknowledgments 28

2Executive summary 29

3Background 31

3.1.Inventory and production 32

3.2.Consumption 33

3.3.Prices 34

3.4.Self sufficiency policy 35

4Objectives 36

5Methodology 37

5.1.Farm level methodology 38

10.1.Beyond farm level methodology 48

12.2.Scope of the data collection and interviews 57

13Achievements against activities and outputs/milestones 58

13.1.Objective 1: To draw a comprehensive picture about the stakeholders, product, finance and information flow as well as the competitiveness in the eastern Indonesian supply chain and their main domestic and foreign competitors. 59

13.2.Objective 2: To analyse the incentives, driving forces and decision making of main actors in the beef supply chain. 60

13.3.Objective 3: To improve farmers’ and agribusiness’ access to knowledge about the beef supply chain in eastern Indonesia. 61

13.4.Objective 4: To develop proposals for making the Indonesian supply chain more effective and competitive and provide farmers with higher incomes. 62

13.5.Objective 5: Develop appropriate strategies to reduce weight loss during inter-island transportation. 63

13.6.Objective 6: To develop a methodological framework to extend analysis to other products and/or regions and countries and to create a sustainable link between the Indonesian project partners and the research project agri benchmark. 64

14Key results and discussion 65

1.1The big picture 66

1.2Farm level results 75

1.3Inter-island study 100

1.4Beyond farm results 110

38.1.Typical supply chains (TSC) 132

41Impacts 144

41.1.Capacity impacts – now and in 5 years 145

45.1.Community impacts – now and in 5 years 150

45.2.Communication and dissemination activities 152

46Conclusions and recommendations 153

46.1.Conclusions 154

50.2.Recommendations 162

2.1 By facilitating the improvement of the grading system policy that is currently implemented by the NTB government. 168

2.2 To review/amend the effectiveness of quota policies which are currently implemented by the NTB and NTT governments. 168

51References 170

51.1.References cited in report 171

51.2.List of publications produced by project 174

52Appendixes 175

52.1.Project teams 176

57.1. Internal evaluation 182

57.2. Farm level methodology 183

62.1.Farm level results 192




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