The Indonesia-Australia Commercial Cattle Breeding Program (IACCB) commenced in February 2016 as part of the Indonesia-Australia Partnership on Food Security in the Red Meat and Cattle Sector.Continue reading about IACCB
IACCB is piloting three different cattle breeding systems - Integrated Oil Palm and Cattle Production; Open Grazing; and Smallholder Cut and CarryContinue reading about IACCB breeding models
Simple management protocols need to be followed and IACCB is developing these based on specific learnings through the projects.Continue reading about IACCB investor tools
Sumarjono only has one thing in mind when he wakes up in the morning, to make sure he gives plenty of feed to his cows. He was given the privilege to take care of 33 Brahman X calves, the second generation of calves that were born out of more than 100 heifers given to Famers Cooperative (KPT) Maju Sejahtera by the IACCB in 2017.
There has been conjecture in some circles (small farmers and the Government of Indonesia) that Australian Brahmans are not successful breeders in Indonesia.
IACCB is managed by Tetra Tech International Development, and is funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Last updated - 17 October 2022
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