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Philippine province bats for native hogs

The government of Pangasinan province in Northern Philippines has signed an agreement with the Department of Agriculture (DA) to develop the province’s native hog production.

Friday 19 September 2014 (4 years 2 months 23 days ago)
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The government of Pangasinan province in Northern Philippines has signed an agreement with the Department of Agriculture (DA) to develop the province’s native hog production.

Under the project titled ‘Multiplier Production Farm for Native Pigs,’ the province will identify production farms and stations that will be provided with the needed stock and technical assistance to raise the native pigs.

Monday September 15, 2014/ Asian Agribusiness.
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19-Sep-2014peter tanpeter tanis okay to breed native but we need buyer of this native pig
20-Sep-2014Vincent BorromeoVincent BorromeoNative sounds nice --- but if backward & inefficient --- will not be what is needed to feed our people
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