However, the site aims to teach visitors more than about cattle farming as it also strives to showcase the business potential of the niche sector.
“Visitors will be invited to see how a young cow up to an adult cow is milked, and how to produce quality fresh milk.”
If you have been looking for a place to go in Jakarta to get your hands dirty, then look no further as visitors can directly milk a cow as well as go through the entire process up until the step of selling the milk.
“If visitors like dairy cows then they can try the milk here or take it home.”
Rusmiati hopes that the Cipayung cattle farm can develop into an alternative form of finding things to do in Jakarta and to become an educational center for students.
East Jakarta’s Assistant for Economy, Development, and Environment, Syofian Thahir added that a Central Unit Production room for milk production has been installed in the area.
Syofian said that the installation strived to support the dairy industry and that a section for dairy milk sterilization and storage have also been set up.
East Jakarta is home to 133 cattle breeders with a total population of 905 dairy cows which Syofian said is considerably higher than the entire dairy cow population in the Greater Jakarta Area amounting to 2,024 cows as of November 2019.
“There are 400 young dairy cows in which 300 reproduce annually and the remaining 100 experience fertility troubles.”
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