Indonesia says feedlots can import 123,800 cattle by December 31

More than 70 percent of Indonesian cattle lot feeders have now ceded to the Indonesian Government’s new rule requiring them to import cattle for breeding purposes so they can continue to import feeder cattle. The director general of Indonesian’s Trade Ministry of Commerce, Okay Nurwan, told a press conference in Jakarta on Friday that 32 cattle lot feeding companies have now committed to the new policy, according to Indonesian media reports. The rule requires importers to commit to importing one breeding animal for every five feeder or slaughter cattle they import. The director general said that with the increase in…

Source: Beef Central
Indonesia says feedlots can import 123,800 cattle by December 31