Welcome to the ATI-International Center on Pig Husbandry

pig husbandryThe ATI-ITCPH Difference...

The only training center in Asia specializing on pig husbandry.

It provides classroom instructions coupled with practical classes, following the principle of "learning by doing" thru hands-on training; has intensive guidance by highly competent technical staff whose local and international trainings include both large and small-scale pig farming practices; and is well-equipped with facilities modest accommodations at the ATI-ITCPH Dormitory and Guest House. 

NEWS BITS

Jun 15 2016

Armed with a mission to uphold excellence in training on pig technology, ATI-ITCPH was much obliged to provide Basic Training on Swine Production to twenty of the country’s most outstanding young farmers last February 19-21, 2016.

Feb 09 2016

Aimed at reaching out to various community sectors, some seniors citizens of Lipa City dabbled in agricultural pursuits at ATI-ITCPH last week, through a couple of one-day trainings. The Art and Science of Herbs and Dairy Processing are the Center’s newest course offerings, especially designed for the elderly and PWDs.

Dec 23 2015

The 3rd quarter of 2015 was just an ordinary part of the year for the ATI-ITCPH staff who conducted 21 courses and activities. A total of 535 participants attended the various courses for this period.
Ninety four (94) Grade school children were taught on agriculture and pig farming in the Sustainability Kiddie Farm Tour. As for the National Course on Basic Meat Processing, sixty (60)...

Dec 23 2015

Equipped with the idea of innovating the overall training evaluation platform and utilizing new media offerings, the International Training Center on Pig Husbandry (ITCPH) now practices evaluation of its trainings and resource person online through google docs. It is aimed to lessen document preparations and for an easier and efficient evaluation process.

Google docs is an online word...

Feature Stories

When are cows considered dairy cows? Are they still dairy cows when there is zero milk production? How can they produce if no one milks them? How can they be milked if none gets pregnant? Funny questions yet posed real problems in Cuenca.