Dog Breeding Business, Part 1 Primer

Starting a dog breeding business is an endeavor that can be exceptionally rewarded, but at the same time, one that has its own challenges. The dog breeding world has expanded greatly, and now people who love dogs and love breeding them can make a living out of their passion. The business isn’t for everyone, but

Basic Rules of Hygiene, Sanitation and Safety in Food Processing

A high standard of hygiene is a prerequisite for safe food production, and the foundation on which HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) and other safety management systems depend. A three-word definition of Food Sanitation is protection from contamination. With this in mind, all functions and operations must be included in a sanitation program.

How to Make Puto Seko for Food Business

Puto Seko Recipe #1 Ingredients: 1 cup butter, softened 1 cup white sugar 3 eggs 4 cups cornstarch 1 tsp. cream of tartar 1 tsp. baking powder Here’s how: Preheat oven to 375degrees F. Grease the cookie sheets. In a bowl, cream the butter and the sugar until well-blended and smooth. Beat the eggs. One

Backyard Cattle Raising, Part 3 General Guide

General Guide for Cattle Farmers A. Selection of Feeder Stock Purchase feeder stock from reliable breeders or select good quality steers from the livestock market. B. Deworming and Spraying Have fecal examination conducted to determine proper drugs for deworming. Spray animals to control external parasites such as ticks, lice and flies. C. Disease Prevention Never

Backyard Cattle Raising, Part 2 Utilization

Utilization of Farm By-Products to Cattle Feed 1. Rice Straw – chopped rice straw can be fed to growing-fattening cattle up to 40% of the total ration. If baled or stacked and adequately protected from weather, rice straw can be used as additional source of energy anytime of the year when feed supply is short.

Backyard Cattle Raising, Part 1 Selecting Feeder Stock

Cattle fattening has gained prominence as an important business project of the livestock industry in the Philippines. It gives the farmer year-round work and provides him with extra income. He can make use of cheap, plentiful farm by-products such as corn stovers, rice straw, copra meal, rice bran and sugarcane tops, which ordinarily go to