Lary Nel B. Abao`s Urashima Sensei Presentation

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Presentation of the Philippine Goat Industry to the Meat and Milk Hygiene Class of Prof. Tadasu Urashima of Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine

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  • For the agriculture sector, VAT has limited effect since agriculture and fishery products remain to be exempted from VAT. Most of the agricultural inputs at the production level even if petroleum-based such as fertilizers and pesticides are VAT-exempt as well as planting materials. Hence, all agriculture and marine products in their original state are exempted even if they have undergone simple processes of preparation and preservation.
  • Lary Nel B. Abao`s Urashima Sensei Presentation

    1. 1. The Philippine Goat Industry Prepared by: Lary Nel B. Abao, MBA Bureau of Animal Industry
    2. 2. I. Map of Asia
    3. 3. <ul><li>Top Goat Producing Regions, Philippines </li></ul>15% 13% 13% 9% 8%
    4. 4. III. Input Supply Table 1. Importation of Breeder Goats, 2002 to 2006
    5. 5. III. Input Supply Breeder goats importation have been increasing since 2002. Table 2. Imported Goats by Breed Type, 2002 to 2006
    6. 6. IV. Quick Facts Source : BAS Table 3. Percentage of Goat Meat and Milk Production to Livestock 0.00009% Y0.04 billion Goats’ Milk 3.5% Y13.6 billion Goats’ meat 82% Y322.3 billion Pork 100% Y392 billion Livestock Industry Percentage of Phil. agriculture Value of Production Sectors/ Sub-sectors
    7. 7. V. Production Figure 1. Distribution of Inventory by Farm type, Philippines, as of Jan. 1, 2010 Source : BAS As of January 1, 2010, total goat inventory was estimated at 4.20 million head. It was 0.44 percent lower than last year’s headcount. Of the total goat population, around 37 percent were female breeders or does, 9 percent were male breeders or bucks, 33 percent were kids, and 21 percent were classified as castrated male and other goat for fattening. As of January 1, 2010, total goat inventory was estimated at 4.20 million head (0.44 percent lower than 2008’s headcount). Around 37 percent were female breeders or does, 9 percent were male breeders or bucks, 33 percent were kids, and 21 percent were classified as castrated male and other goat for fattening.
    8. 8. V. Production Figure 2. Volume of Production (in '000 M.T. liveweight), Philippines, 2008-2009 Source : BAS As of January 1, 2010, total goat inventory was estimated at 4.20 million head. It was 0.44 percent lower than last year’s headcount. Of the total goat population, around 37 percent were female breeders or does, 9 percent were male breeders or bucks, 33 percent were kids, and 21 percent were classified as castrated male and other goat for fattening. In 2009, total goat production was estimated at 77.38 thousand metric tons liveweight. This was 0.81 percent lower than 2008’s gross output of 78.01 thousand metric tons. Source : BAS
    9. 9. <ul><li>Goats’ Milk </li></ul>VI. Processing
    10. 10. <ul><li>Soap from goats’ milk </li></ul>VI. Processing
    11. 11. VI. Processing <ul><li>Goats’ Meat </li></ul>
    12. 12. Figure 3. Marketing Channels for Goats in Batangas 2006 Source : BAI VII. Marketing
    13. 13. Figure 4. Geographic Flow of Goats in Batangas, 2006 Source : BAI VII. Marketing
    14. 14. Figure 5. Geographic Flow of Goats in Metro Manila, 2006 VII. Marketing Source : BAI
    15. 15. VIII. Consumption Papaitang Kambing Kilawing Kambing Adobong Kambing
    16. 16. IX. Conclusions & Recommendations <ul><li>Very bright future for the goat industry; </li></ul><ul><li>Credit issues for existing players (constrains them to expand their operations); </li></ul><ul><li>Need to develop local goat genetics; </li></ul><ul><li>Continuous partnership of all stakeholders; </li></ul><ul><li>Support of government in the provision of credit; and </li></ul><ul><li>Promote the potential export market of Philippine goat meat, goat processed meat and goat by-products. </li></ul>
    17. 17. Thank you very much!

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