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How To: Racing Pigeon Breeding and Farming in the Philippines

How To: Racing Pigeon Breeding and Farming in the Philippines

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Note before you continue: This article is just part of the main article which can be found here. There are two types of pigeon farming. The first is farming pigeons for meat and the second is for the game pigeon racing. Raising pigeons for meat is not really a popular business model in the Philippines, but raising and breeding pigeons for pigeon racing is a lucrative business. Pigeon farming is very interesting and profitable business model in the Philippines, and pigeons are a very popular domestic bird. Pigeons are considered as the symbol of peace. Almost all types of people who have facilities, love to raise some pigeon in their home. Pigeon farming requires less labor and low investment. Even you can also raise and take care of them during your in leisure time. The meat
How To: Backyard Hog Raising in the Philippines

How To: Backyard Hog Raising in the Philippines

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Note before you continue: This article is just part of the main article which can be found here. Hog raising has been a profitable business for Filipinos and a source of extra income for most families especially in rural areas all over the country. Not only that growing pigs bring extra profit, this type of rural business is also a quick remedy for people who are preparing for bigger celebration months ahead like weddings, barrio fiesta, birthday celebrations, and other gatherings that need food preparation. Raising your own hogs for meat is cheaper than buying pork from the market. Other than providing a secondary source of income for small families, hog raising is a fast-growing home-based business in the Philippines which has the potential for high profits in a relatively sh
How To: Free Range Chicken Farming in the Philippines

How To: Free Range Chicken Farming in the Philippines

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Note before you continue: This article is just part of the main article which can be found here. Free range chicken farming refers to growing poultry that is not are not detained inside coops. They are free to loiter in a large fenced or open area. There is a big difference between free range chicken and the normal poultry farming that hundreds to thousands of poultry are contained inside the building. Breeds used in free-range chicken farming are also different from those housed chickens. Breeds commonly applied to free-range chicken farming are Kabir and Sasso chicken and they grow a little bit slower than those inside the poultry house, but bigger and heavier. Some free-range chicken farmers also use native chicken breeds like Jolo and other native crossbreeds. Free range
How To: Crocodile Farming in the Philippines

How To: Crocodile Farming in the Philippines

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Note before you continue: This article is just part of the main article which can be found here. Crocodile farming in the Philippines refers to an agricultural business involving the raising and harvesting of crocodiles for the commercial production of crocodile meat and crocodile leather. In the Philippines, crocodile farmers breed and raise two species of Philippine crocodiles: the Philippine saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) and the Philippine freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus mindorensis). Farms that trade crocodile skin are regulated by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). Crocodiles help maintain the balance of Philippine ecosystems such as wetlands; crocodile farming in the Philippines is also geared towards the rescue and conservation
How To: Rabbit Growing and Farming in the Philippines

How To: Rabbit Growing and Farming in the Philippines

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Note before you continue: This article is just part of the main article which can be found here. Growing rabbits for meat or for a pet in the Philippines is a flourishing business for people who enjoy taking care of the small ruminants. Although rabbit meat is not yet widely accepted as food for many Filipinos, in US, rabbit meat one of the most important sources of protein. Rabbits in the US are being hunted for food since ancient times, and because rabbits are not native to the Philippines, people are not used eating the lovely bunny. Superstitions aside, let's go down to making money by raising rabbits. If you continue watching the videos below, you will find out how profitable raising rabbits are. The following videos are provided by Agribusiness How It Works in order
How To: Goat Farming in the Philippines

How To: Goat Farming in the Philippines

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Note before you continue: This article is just part of the main article which can be found here. Goat farming in the Philippines is truly a profitable business as goat meat is always in high demand. Last December 2017 when I traveled from Bacolod to Batangas via RoRo vessel, there were three 10-wheeler trucks full of live goats on-board the RoRo vessel. I had the chance to talk to one of the drivers while the vessel was cruising along Tablas Strait. The driver, who was also a nephew and confidant of the owner of the trucks, told me that his uncle/employer is making at least P65,000 net profit per truck of goats per trip. The make 2 trips every week providing an estimated net income of P395,000 per week for his uncle. The businessman who is originally from Bacolod, owns three st...
How To: Pekin Duck Breeding and Farming in the Philippines

How To: Pekin Duck Breeding and Farming in the Philippines

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Note before you continue: This article is just part of the main article which can be found here. Pekin duck breeding and farming in the Philippines is becoming a major business in the country as retired Overseas Filipino Workers are starting to invest. Most of the earlier Pekin duck farms are found in Bulacan, Tarlac, Pampanga, with some in Laguna especially in the town of Victoria. In Victoria, there is a place there that called "patuhan" where all duck menus are available and is a known in Laguna and nearby Batangas towns. Like any other farm animals, Pekin duck production and farming need specific methods and expertise. The following videos will show you how to properly care for your Pekin ducks and other important Pekin duck farm management. I. Pekin Duck Farming II
How to Start a Contract Growing Poultry Business with Magnolia, San Miguel

How to Start a Contract Growing Poultry Business with Magnolia, San Miguel

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San Miguel Foods Inc (SMFI) is the biggest chicken supplier in the country and doing a contract poultry business under them means a multi-million peso business. Magnolia, which owned by SMFI, is the particular company that manages and distributes the SMFI chicken business around the country. The company has satellite offices in major cities around the country so contacting them directly for a big business collaboration is not really a big problem. So you are here because you want to start your own poultry business but don’t know where to start? If you haven’t visited the Magnolia page that contains detailed business plan, then continue reading. Why your poultry business must be under the contract like with Magnolia If you have enough capital, building a poultry business under c
How to go to NAIA Terminal 3 From Manila, Bulacan and South Luzon via Commute (But Not Taxi)

How to go to NAIA Terminal 3 From Manila, Bulacan and South Luzon via Commute (But Not Taxi)

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First of all, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 (T3) is for domestic flights only, via Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines. If you will go to NAIA Terminal 3 and you don’t have a car, you can easily commute or use the public transport. But because taxi fare is pretty expensive, you can save some money if you will use the MRT or LRT. To make it simple for you, I will explain how to go to NAIA T3 using two possible major points of origin – Central Luzon and Southern Luzon. Central Luzon includes Bulacan, Manila and northern cities in Metro Manila, such as Caloocan City, Quezon City, and Manila. On the other hand, South Luzon includes Cavite, Laguna, and Batangas. How to go to NAIA Terminal 3 from Bulacan, Pampanga, and Caloocan Via Taft Avenue: 1. Get off a
Success Story: What to do When Your Content is Stolen and Republished Online

Success Story: What to do When Your Content is Stolen and Republished Online

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Okd2.com started as a research website way back in 2016. Our viral articles have been copied and republished many times by opportunist bloggers who couldn't write their own articles. Since December last year (2017), we stopped writing viral content and the amount of our articles being copied has dropped, and the income of the people stealing our content has dropped as well. Despite Okd2.com’s move to publish more serious topics, copy-paste-bloggers are still doing their best to milk on our content. A blogging platform altervista.org has been used by people stealing contents as their most important medium to copy our content and make money through Facebook Instant Article. One of the most notorious blogs is the now suspended localhero.altervista.org. Before altervista suspended thi