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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 short period of time.
Despite the challenges facing the swine industry (e.g. diet relying heavily on expensive concentrates; susceptibility to numerous diseases and parasites), still many people are venturing into this enterprise.
From backyard hog raising to large-scale swine production, the following videos will help you understand how to manage a hog raising business.
We are actually lucky enough to watch these videos as some other people need to pay registration fees just to attend hos raising seminars. Thanks to Agribusiness How It Works.
Backyard Hog Fattening Part 1 : Hog Fattening Industry in the Philippines
Backyard Hog Fattening Part 2 : Hog Fattening Management
Seminar on Hog Raising: Profitable Hog Raising CJ Philippines
For more videos, visit Agribusiness How It Works YouTube Channel.
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