Beef products demand keeps increasing and its domestic supply is insufficient. Domestic beef production to meet domestic demand is one of priorities in the 2015-2019 Strategic Plan of the Ministry of Agriculture. This study aims to examine feasibility of cattle business, channel supply chain, and supply chain management performance of cattle and beef commodities. The method of analysis using approaches of feasibility cattle business, supply chain channels of cattle and beef commodities, and cattle supply chain management at farmers' level. Analysis results show that small-scale cattle fattening business on cash costs was still profitable, but its profit was lower or incurring loss if based on the total costs. Medium and large business scales were profitable and depending on the race types of cattle business. Supply channels were diverse and quite long controlled by middlemen, slaughters, and inter-regional traders/distributors. Supply chain management performance of cattle commodity was relatively well structured with low to moderate market integration. To improve the supply chain management performance, it is necessary to implement a horizontally-integrated business. In addition, it is urgent to involve small and medium-large business involvement, as well as partial vertical integration.