Macroeconomic policies are important to consider in determining agricultural targets and policies. Thus, it is necessary to conduct an analysis of historical circumstances, current status, trends, and prospects of agricultural macro indicators. This study aims to forecast and to analyze the main macroeconomic indicators in the agricultural sector from 2016 to 2019. The study used secondary data and information. Projection was calculated using two alternative models, i.e. economic behavior and polynomial trend regression models. The results showed that after a slowdown in 2011-2014, Indonesia's economy rebounded in 2015-2016. GDP growth was expected 5,6 to 5,8% while inflation was 6,8 to 7,9% in 2016-2019. Agricultural GDP's growth in 2016-2019 was estimated around 3,5-3,7%/year. Agricultural exports and imports were expected to increase to 10%/year and 12%/year for the period of 2016-2019, respectively. Agriculture will become the economic anchor through increases in food production and industrial commodities, as well as managing generating-inflation commodities' prices.