• Proceeding of the 2019 Integrated Cattle and Oil Palm Production (ICOP) Conference

    The Partnership and BPPT hosted the inaugural Integrated Cattle and Oil Palm Production (ICOP) Conference in Jakarta in late October 2019. The conference was the first forum between Indonesia and Australia that specifically discussed the integration of cattle and oil palm production (otherwise known as SISKA), including the commercial opportunities, the day-to-day operational issues, and the inherent challenges of the business model. ICOP 2019 was attended by over 240 participants and involved more than 20 speakers and research reviewers, including international players from Malaysia, Australia and Papua New Guinea.

  • Impact Analysis of Land Fertility and Oil-palm Productivity on the Integrated System of Oil-Palm and Cattle Production - Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT)

    This research is the second study conducted by BPPT to examine the impact of cattle and Oil-palm integration to the soil fertility and productivity of oil palm plants. Soil sampling and data collection on the oil-palm productivity is carried out at PT. Buana Karya Bhakti (BKB), South Kalimantan and PT. Kalteng Andinipalma Lestari and PT Ciptatani Kumai Sejahtera (KAL), Central Kalimantan.

  • IACCB Phase 1 Completion Report

    ICCB has entered the second phase in early 2019 and will be carried out until February 2021. During its 1st phase, from 2016 to 2018, the program has engaged 8 project partners in 5 provinces to pilot three cattle breeding models; 4 projects to implement the Integrated Oil Palm and Cattle Production (SISKA); 3 projects of smallholder Cut-and-Carry; and 1 Semi-intensive Grazing project. The program has distributed 1,315 heifers and 113 bulls to the 8 projects that have successfully breed 1,396 calves during the 2 years of piloting the breeding models (as of 31 January 2019).

  • Best Practice Guide
    Pedoman Praktik Terbaik

    The Best practice guide for the transport of cattle in Indonesia is a publication of the Indonesia Australia Partnership on Food Security in the Red Meat and Cattle Sector (the Partnership).  The purpose of this guide is to illustrate best practices for handling cattle during transport and in the design and construction of transportation facilities. The guide covers livestock transport on land and at sea in Indonesia, from sourcing cattle through to discharge at their final destination. The guide focuses on and is relevant to both local and imported breeder or slaughter cattle and applies wherever transport may occur within Indonesia throughout the supply chain from ports through to farms, feedlots and abattoirs and everywhere in between.