Issue of May 14, 2017
     
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Group trains on swine raising
by PIA Ifugao

AGUINALDO, Ifugao – Twenty members of the Blooming Ladies Association (BLA) of this town trained on swine raising and organic feed formulation to serve as an additional source of income for their families.

The training was conducted by the Provincial Veterinary Office (PVET) spearheaded by Training Coordinator Ferdinand Dunuan and Senior Agriculturist Gilbert Caclini.

Hog raising is now popular in the municipality as a backyard industry due to improved roads and transportation and the abundance of organic materials in the area for ingredients in the formulation of organic feeds for livestock.

The women’s group was taught on the appropriate technology in organic swine production such as the skills and knowledge in making organic feed for their animals, proper planning, and the use of current technology for their project.

These would help them save on expense, realize more profit, and improve their quality of life.

Dunuan taught breeding, care, and feeding management while Municipal Veterinarian Elsie Banagyo discussed animal health management.

Cacline lectured on fermented feed formulation and led a hands-on practicum on the preparation of fermented feed for swine and poultry using the indigenous materials the participants brought.

The group is starting its livestock project with the help of the municipal and provincial government.


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