MARINDUQUE PROVINCIAL VETERINARY OFFICE

Capitol Compound, Brgy. Bangbangalon, Boac, Marinduque

MARINDUQUE PROVINCIAL VETERINARY OFFICE - Capitol Compound, Brgy. Bangbangalon, Boac, Marinduque
  • aldo p. filomeno says:

    August 17, 2015

    Dr. Josue Victoria
    Provincial Veterinarian
    Province of Marinduque

    Dear Sir:

    We read with interest in the news item published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer about your successful swine production, which in 2011 alone has sold 64,016 native pigs amounting P140.8 million.

    Please be informed, we, in the Land Bank of the Philippines, are crafting a swine financing program, which likewise, gives emphasis on native pigs.

    Based from your province’s tried and tested formula for native pigs, may we pose some questions? Your kind reply will help us craft a more acceptable loan program to benefit our small farmers engaged in native pigs in Marinduque and around the country.

    QUERIES

    1. Details on Cost and Return Analysis of native swine

    2. Details on supply and demand

    3. What are the feeds? Are feeds organic supply, commercial or
    mixed?

    4. What are the medicines? Are they commercial or organic?

    5. What are the vaccines used? Are they commercial or organic?

    6. How many months for the growing?

    7. How much is the selling price?

    8. What/who are the identified markets?

    9. How much is the housing cost?

    We deeply appreciate your kind attention and do hope to receive your feedback on or before August 24, 2015.

    Thank you.

    Sincerely,

    Aldo P. Filomeno
    Program Officer
    Programs Management Department I
    Land Bank of the Philippines
    27th Floor, LANDBANK Plaza
    M.H. del Pilar St., Malate Manila
    Tel. No. (02) 5220000 loc. 2307, 2812

    August 17, 2015 at 2:37 am
    • verona laylay says:

      Dear Mr. Filomeno:

      This is Dr. Victoria, i just came across to your queries this morning, we are glad that your institution is considering native pig farming as one of the investment areas that could fit with your financing programs that would benefit our small farmers engaged in native pig production.

      anent to this, our office is more than willing to give other technical information about native production in Marinduque. At present, there’s one local entrepreneur engaged in native pig farming in commercial scale located in Ilayang Cawit, Boac please find some extra time to visit the farm for you to have some bird’s eye view of the project, they could also provide you answers to your queries.

      August 19, 2015 at 1:14 am

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