Indonesian food security for chicken production as staple protein foods is essential for ensuring the availability to be consumed by toddlers, teenagers, and adults. Ensuring a good price to farmers and a stable of chicken food for the customers also should be achieved. Chicken (meat and eggs) food is most consumed than beef food in Indonesia. Hence, this paper develops a modeling of chicken production for Indonesian protein food security to capture the causality between variables in corn supply, feed mill plant, chicken production, and customer demand system. Modeling of chicken production using Geographic Information System (GIS) approach and developing of system dynamics model are used in this study. The findings of this study suggests that corn productivity, feed mill production, fodder consumption for chicken, and chicken meat and eggs demand and stock as well are critical variables within the model.