PT. Visi Globalindo Data Utama has predicted that by the second quarter of 2019, the livestock sector will experience significant growth of 5% in comparison to 2018. If compared to the previous period, it is predicted that there will be a large decline if 1.07 points. Based on the 2018 track record, during the first quarter of 2018, there was a growth of 4.13%, as for the second quarter of 2018, a growth of 6.07% occurred due to the practice of fasting during the month and Ramadhan and Eid’Al’Fitr, along with the third quarter of 2018 where the growth has reached 5.12%.

Based on the publication of data by the Central Bureau of Statistics in 2018, the number of poultry farms in Indonesia in 2017, specifically the broiler cattle were 7 breeding companies – Grand Parent Stock (GPS), 80 breeding companies – Parent Stock and 97 poultry cultivation companies. There was a total increase of 9 livestock companies compared to 2016. Whereas for livestock company laying hens, there were a total of 1 nursery companies – Pure Line, 9 breeding companies – Grand Parent Stock (GPS), 38 breeding companies – Parent Stock, and 136 livestock companies laying poultry farms. As for laying cattle companies, there were a total of 6 companies, this value has decreased compared to 2016.

Although the second quarter of 2019 has been predicted to experience a decline, annually, chicken meat and eggs in Indonesia will continuously experience an increase until 2021, with an average growth rate of 6% to 7% for chicken meat, and 2% to 3% for eggs. It is predicted that in 2019, there will be an increase in consumption per capita to as large as 5.92 points whereas in 2018 was at 5.47 points. This was accustomed to the development of people’s habits in consuming chicken eggs as well as Indonesia’s population growth, which is expected to continue to increase by an average of 1%.

Other than that, the consumption of free-range chicken eggs is also predicted to incessantly increase until 2021 with an average growth rate of 5% to 7%. As for the mean will only increase by an average of 1%. This year (2019), it is predicted that there will be an increase in consumption per capita to 0.69 points, whereas in 2018 was 0.65 points. This was accustomed to the development of societal habits of consuming chicken eggs and the growth of Indonesia’s population that has been predicted to persistently rise by an average of 1%. Based on these statistics, the national consumption of free-range chicken eggs in Indonesia in 2019 is estimated to reach 184,089 tons or rise up to 7.20% compared to 2018 and as for the consumption of caged chicken meat is 305,890 tons in 2019.