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
The analysis indicated that the internal rate of return (IRR) rose sharply from 4% to 12%, as herd size increased from 100 to 600 breeders, and then remained flat until herd size approached 2,000 breeders and IRR reached 13%. Net present value (NPV) at year 10 increased in a linear fashion from 100 breeders to 1,500 breeders, but then increased sharply at 2,000 head.
The efficiency gains that are achieved by larger herds particularly impact NPV, a major factor to be considered by investors committing significant funds. This would not surprise Australian producers, where commercial herds are generally over 5,000 head.
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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