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Published on December 28, 2007

Author: Heng


Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Plant:  Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Plant Introduction Need Assessment Proposed Project Technical Evaluation Financial Evaluation Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Introduction:  Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Introduction The major reasons for non-exploitation of large livestock population: Non-availability of indigenous meat breeds Lack of proper animal husbandry Absence of modern abattoirs and meat processing plants Low priority by policy makers in the past Launch of Livestock Development Policy Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Need Assessment:  Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Need Assessment The total market for meat products in the Middle East is currently estimated at US$ 12 billion International market for “halal’ foods is estimated at US$ 200 billion - grow to US$500 billion in next few years Supply-Demand Gap in Middle East The current demand-supply gap for meat in Pakistan is estimated to grow at 4.1% per annum Pakistan suffers in international markets as meat slaughtered in traditional abattoirs fails to meet international standard Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Proposed Project:  Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Proposed Project The objective of this Project is setting up a cattle farm of 2,000 heads of cows and buffalos and 5,000 heads of sheep / goats In addition it will also have a modern abattoir and meat processing plant capable of processing 1,500 heads of sheep / goats and 200 heads of cows / buffalos per day working on a double shift basis To be established on a 150 acre piece of land in Gharo or Pepri near Karachi on the National Highway Ample supplies of water are available here which is essential for the cattle farm, the slaughter house and meat processing plant A series of export oriented units may be established near the major cities with international cargo handling facilities Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Financial Evaluation:  Cattle Farming & Meat Processing Financial Evaluation Total cost - Rs.600 million or US $ 10 million for one unit Payback period - 2.2 years Sales of Rs 2.1 billion or US$ 35 million per year by the fifth year Net profit after tax of Rs.500 million or US$ 8.3 million

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