Vet Student Multiplies Native Pig

JILL HART SINGIAN, a senior vet med student at De La Salle Araneta University in Metro Manila, was gifted with a female native piglet in 2009 by a friend who migrated to Canada.

He took care of the piglet in his hometown in Guagua, Pampanga, and multiplied the same once it reached breeding age. Today, he has more than 50 head in his herd. At one time, he sold 30 native piglets from the offspring of his native pigs.

His story appears in the September 2012 issue of Agriculture Magazine published by the Manila Bulletin and edited by this blogger, Zac B. Sarian.

The story was written by Tony A. Rodriguez, a regular contributor. Agriculture Magazine is the most widely circulated magazine of its kind in the Philippines.

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