Indonesia speeds up cattle imports to stabilize beef price


Indonesia is speeding up its beef cattle imports to stabilize the price of beef, mainly in Greater Jakarta, Banten, and Greater Bandung. “On April 11, 2000 heads of beef cattle arrived from Australia. We will distribute the meat to the three regions where beef prices always skyrocket during Ramadan...

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Managing Editor and Editor of Asian Poultry Magazine, Jakarta, Indonesia. Arief juggles team directorial management regionally while monitoring avian disease with articles such as, ‘Bacterial enteritis could become a bigger problem by 2025’.