CATUBIG, Nothern Samar –The recent pandemic that affected people in all parts of the world has brought out the ability of people to prioritize basic needs more than anything. As for farmers, this is a high time to be resourceful in acquiring farm inputs. One of which is to maximize available farm materials in sustainable pig farming.
ATI, in coordination with accredited Extension Service Provider (ESP) – Fair Gems Academy, conducted a training takes into consideration the recommendations from the Philippine National Standards for Organic Agriculture where participants are expected to apply these practical technologies.
Mr. Jesua Adamero shares, “I am very much thankful to Fair Gems Academy for organizing this training together with the ATI on Sustainable Pig Farming. I learned a lot and gathered new techniques and knowledge in making organic feeds. I hope that this kind of training will continue to support the farmers.”
Similarly, Mr. William Angeles, commends the selection of excellent resource speakers and very respectful personnel. He also appreciates that they were provided complete materials and guides for in the training.
Together with the community partners, ATI in Eastern Visayas continues to reach out to its clients most especially in this challenging time to provide capability trainings and potentially reduce farm expenses in favor of basic human needs.
A total of a 25 participants completed the Training on Sustainable Pig Farming on June 8-12, 2020 in Brgy. 1, Poblacion, Catubig, Nothern Samar.