[Philippines] Videos

Slaughter Goat Farming Part 1 – Slaughter Goat Farming in the Philippines by Agribusiness Philippines\r
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Goat farming is considered a Sunrise industry. Learn the state of Goat industry in the Philippines, its profitability and advantages. And also, know the 3 types of business in goat farming and the pre-requisites in starting your own slaughter goat farm.\r
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Agribusiness How It Works Philippines. Agriculture and Agribusiness opportunities for the Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) and their families. Instruct. Inspire. Succeed.\r
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Sheep farming in the Philippines. Sheep farming part 1. Agribusiness How It Works.\r
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Sheep breeding and cattling in the philippines has started to gain a good reputation in the market and the demand on sheep meat is getting higher. Sheeps are easier to take care of because of low cost maintenance and they breed the same number as goats do.\r
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Tips on starting the sheep business\r
You must have a strategical location that is near the food and water supply and not nearby residential houses.\r
The best to start is 5 female sheep and 1 male sheep.\r
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Agribusiness How It Works Philippines. Agriculture and Agribusiness opportunities for the Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) and their families. Instruct. Inspire. Succeed.

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Native Pig Farming Part 2: Native Pig Farming in the Philippines brought to you by Agribusiness Philippines.\r
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Native Pig is natural and organic. Know the proper ways of handling native pigs. Find out the basic requirements on taking care of your Native Pigs. \r
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Agribusiness How It Works Philippines. Agriculture and Agribusiness opportunities for the Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) and their families. Instruct. Inspire. Succeed.

tafbutton blue16 Native Pig Farming Part 2 : Native Pig Farming Prices | Agribusiness Philippines

Farmed raised antibiotic free fish in the Philippines by Fishta. Clean farm, good handling, and guaranteed antibiotic free, high quality, healthy and safe se…

tafbutton blue16 Fish farming Philippines   farmed raised antibiotic free fish

Welcome to the Eco Backyard Farm! We are a PURE Ecological Farm operating independently as a family. If you are interested in seminars on aquaponics and aqua-terra farming techniques, buying…

tafbutton blue16 Organic Farming in the Philippines (reality TV, episode 16: from the tree, to your mouth)

Welcome to the Eco Backyard Farm! We are a PURE Ecological Farm operating independently as a family. If you are interested in seminars on aquaponics and aqua…

tafbutton blue16 Ecological farming in the Philippines (bed preparation)

catching fish with nets “palaisdaan” style in Infanta, Quezon, Philippines.

tafbutton blue16 palaisdaan   Infanta, Quezon, Philippines

“Bangus” or milkfish is the Philippines national fish. In many regions of the country, Bangus has become a livelihood for fish pond owners and fishermen. In …

tafbutton blue16 Milkfish Harvest in Dumangas, Iloilo, Philippines

Modular Aquaponics Design and Equipment MADE in the Philippines Freshwater Prawns MADE Wicking Cups MADE Cascade System Update: KING FISH.

tafbutton blue16 MADE Growing Systems Aquaponics Philippines, May 2012 Update

I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor) —– The editor actually worked pretty good with movies taken with my Kod…

tafbutton blue16 Life in the Philippines   An Open Market and Shrimp Barbecue

Capiz (Filipino:Kapis) is a province of the Philippines located in the Western Visayas region. Its capital is Roxas City and is located at the northeastern p…

tafbutton blue16 EXPLORING CAPIZ   THE SEAFOODS CAPITAL OF THE PHILIPPINES

Here is A video of the vegetable garden grown thru natural farming in a tropical climate in Tiaong Quezon. They grow vegetables that people from conventional farming say that one can grow only in cold climates like that of Baguio. Here you can you see the wonder of natural farming where u can grow anything whatever climate it is.

tafbutton blue16 Natural Farming for Vegetables   Earthkeepers, Philippines

A 1983 production of the Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center in collaboaration with NACA-RLCP and JICA. Please note that this video is provided as historical material. The information contained herein could be outdated. Please visit www.seafdec.org.ph for up-to-date information.

tafbutton blue16 Technology Boost to the Prawn Industry of the Philippines

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