Hog Raising Business Guide, Part 2 Breeds cont.

3. Hampshire The Hampshire breed originated in Southern England. Hampshires are black with white bands encircling the front of the body, also the front legs and feet. Hampshries are meaty and medium in size. This breed has a smooth appearance, has erect ears and are active and alert animals. Hampshires are characterized by their short,

Hog Raising Business Guide, Part 1 Breeds

Hog raising is a very popular enterprise in the Philippines such that there is a proliferation of backyard producers, which dominates the swine industry and a healthy viable commercial sector. Despite the crises facing the swine industry, still many people are venturing in this enterprise. This manual hopes to bring appropriate technology to the interested

Pork Hamonado Recipe for Food Business

Recipe #1 Ingredients: 1 kilo pork pigue, sliced thinly to make 2 pieces (tapa style) 1 cup brown sugar (packed) 1-1/3 tsp. iodized salt 2 tsp. praque powder (for 1/8 tsp. salitre) 200 grams pork fat, sliced into 8 strips 1 can (439 grams) pineapple chunks, drained (reserve syrup) 1 can (35 cl) pineapple juice

Beef Morcon Recipe for Food Business

Recipe #1 Ingredients: 1 kilo beef, sliced 1/4 inch thick (3 pcs.) 1/4 kilo ground beef liver 200 grams sliced sausages or ham 200 grams pork fat (cut is strips) 3 hard boiled eggs, sliced 100 grams Cheddar cheese in strips 100 grams grated Cheddar cheese 2 onions, chopped 5 bay leaf (laurel) 1/2 teaspoon

Broiler Poultry Production Guide, Part 3 Marketing

Marketing a. Marketing for Broiler Birds have attained the marketable weight should be sold. Birds should be harvested as scheduled. When harvest schedule approaches the company’s representatives should be reminded of the exact date that the birds are to be harvested and the assurance that his company trucks should come on time. This is to

Broiler Poultry Production Guide, Part 2 Health

Health and Diseases a. Avian Pest (New castle Disease) Cause: Virus Transmission: Direct contact with the nasal and mouth discharges of infected birds Airborne transmission Through mechanical means such as being carried by sparrows (maya) predators or other birds Human being transmit the disease through infected clothes and shoes Signs: In young birds gasping, coughing,