November Market Report : S.E. Asian Beef Industry

108th Edition : November 2022. Key Points                               ·        Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) has now been confirmed in East Java presenting a new threat to Bali and the Eastern Island chain. ·        Indonesian Foot & Mouth Disease (FMD) vaccinations pass 8 million doses. Indonesia : Slaughter Steers AUD $5.05/kg live weight (Rp10,300 = $1AUD) Slaughter cattle prices remained steady at Rp52,000 per…

Nopember Laporan Pasar : Industri Daging Sapi Asia Tenggara

Edisi ke-108 : November 2022. Poin-poin Utama :                  ·          Penyakit Kulit Lumpy (LSD) kini telah dikonfirmasi di Jawa Timur, hal ini menghadirkan ancaman baru ke daerah Bali dan gugusan Pulau Timur Indonesia. ·          Vaksinasi Penyakit Mulut dan Kuku (PMK) Indonesia tembus 8 juta dosis. Indonesia : Sapi Potong Steers AUD $5.05/kg bobot hidup (Rp 10.300 = AUD $1) Harga sapi…

October Market Report : S.E. Asian Beef Industry

107th Edition : October 2022. Key Points                               ·        Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) has now been confirmed in Central Java, jumping 1000 kilometres eastwards from its last confirmed location in Jambi, Central Sumatra. ·        Vaccinations for Foot & Mouth Disease (FMD) in Bali represent 10% of the national vaccination program. Indonesia : Slaughter Steers AUD $5.31/kg live weight (Rp9,800 = $1AUD) Slaughter cattle prices…

Indonesia live cattle trade at the crossroads.

  The live cattle trade between northern Australia and Indonesia has been an amazingly successful international trade phenomenon for most of the last 30 years. The resilience of the business model has been demonstrated on two separate occasions when the trade suddenly halted. The first was the Asian financial collapse in 1997/98 followed by the…

September Market Report : S.E. Asian Beef Industry

106th Edition : September 2022. Key Points                               ·        Indonesian Foot & Mouth Disease (FMD) vaccination program now stalling in many areas due to shortage of logistics and operational funding. ·        FMD risk to Australia continues to recede as Bali is getting priority for vaccine delivery. Indonesia : Slaughter Steers AUD $5.20/kg live weight (Rp10,000 = $1AUD) Slaughter cattle price volatility appears to be…

August Market Report : S.E. Asian Beef Industry

105th Edition : August 2022. Key Points                               Indonesia : Slaughter Steers AUD $5.15/kg live weight (Rp10,300 = $1AUD) Slaughter cattle prices continue to fluctuate wildly across Indonesia but, healthy Brahman cross cattle ex feedlots are still selling in West Java markets at similar rates to last month at an average of around Rp53,000 per…

June Market Report : S.E. Asian Beef Industry

103rd Edition : June 2022. Key Points ·        Foot & Mouth spreading rapidly throughout Indonesia. ·        First FMD vaccinations commenced in Java on the 25th of June. Indonesia : Slaughter Steers AUD $5.24/kg live weight (Rp10,300 = $1AUD) Chaos continues with live cattle markets this month with even more volatility than last month. Live cattle price reports range from as low as…

May 2022 Market Report : S.E. Asian Beef Industry

102nd Edition : May 2022. Key Points Foot & Mouth vaccine is desperately needed in Indonesia to prevent catastrophe. Continuing to import Australian cattle into Indonesia makes no sense until adequate vaccine supplies are available to protect them immediately on arrival. Indonesia : Slaughter Steers AUD $5.19/kg live weight (Rp10,600 = $1AUD) The cattle markets…

April Market Report : S.E. Asian Beef Industry

101st Edition : April 2022. Key Points Foot & Mouth Disease officially confirmed near Surabaya 28th April 2022. Northern Australian feeder cattle prices have declined for the first time in 2 years providing Indonesian and Vietnamese importers with an opportunity to return to profitability Foot and Mouth Disease confirmed in Java. The first case was…

March Market Report : S.E. Asian Beef Industry

100th Edition : March 2022. Key Points The war in Ukraine is driving world food inflation much higher. Australian cattle prices remained strong during March but are predicted to decline in the coming months as the wet season fails in northern Australia. Global Comment. The world economy was already in a very fragile and vulnerable…