Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Negros Occidental seeks to increase cattle meat production

BACOLOD CITY -- Negros Occidental is pushing to strengthen the development of the local cattle industry amid the deficiency in the supply of cattle meat in the province.

As part of an initiative to address this concern, the Provincial Veterinary Office (PVO) recently organized a seminar on “Cattle Fattening and Marketing” for the United Cattle Raisers Association in Negros Occidental in partnership with the provincial government and the city government of Sagay.

Dr. Renante Decena, provincial veterinarian, said in a statement on Friday that through the seminar, they want to make the cattle raisers ready towards developing Negros Beef and positioning the province as the center of cattle production in the Visayas. More

Source: Philippine News Agency Article 1070622

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Philippines Livestock Events Calendar

Friday, August 10, 2018

The Connected Cow

The slides was taken from the course on Knowledge Management and Big Data in Business
from Hong Kong Polytechnic University which was completed last 19 June 2017.

The slide was a case study on the topic of Big Data delivered by Dr Ussama Fayyad

As a cattle raiser this caught up my attention and interest. With the right funding this can be implemented
in a ranch environment.

What they did on the cows was they put a pedometer similar to those consumer products  available on the market.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Bull For Sale (Lupao Nueva Ecija)

Bull for sale located in Parista Lupao Nueva Ecija

If interested please contact Vanni Javier - 09099626143

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

NEWSCityRegion• Abra• Benguet• KalingaEnvironmentHealthLifeBusinessSports OPINION• Editorial• Charivaried• Circumstantially Factual• Ethnos Ibaloi• G-String• Labor Frontier• Opposite Connection• Overview• Turo-Tour• Commentary OTHER SECTIONSWeek's MailSpeaking OutAnimated MeTrue or FalseSnapshotsOpEd CartoonPlus JuanObituaries2016Panagbenga Flower Festival Other Links: Procurement of Australian cattle part of DA’s 2018 plan

Feeder Cattle nearly up $4

Don't have a cow?