In 2020, milk consumption in Indonesia is predicted to be 6 billion liters, equivalent to fresh milk or 16.5 million liters / day. To fulfill this, a minimum of 1,325,000 lactating cows is needed (with an average production of 4,600 liters per lactation) or a dairy population of 2.6 million heads. Meanwhile, domestic milk production is only able to meet about 20% of national needs, and the rest is imported. With this in mind, a prospective dairy farming business has been developed.
The cooperative is located on the western slope of the Tengger Mountains at an altitude of 400-2,000 masl, Kec. Tutur Nongkojajar, Kab. Pasuruan. East Java. Dairy farming business unit. Members can raise and sell their fresh milk to be collected and deposited by KPSP Setia Kawan to the Milk Processing Industry (IPS) in East Java.