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Title: Agrilink 2009
Post by: nemo on September 20, 2009, 01:08:57 PM
16th International Agribusiness Exhibition and Seminars
10th International Food Processing, Packaging and Products Exhibition
5th National Fisheries Exhibition and Seminars

Trade Fair Dates: October 8-10, 2009
Venue: World Trade Center Metro Manila (WTCMM), Roxas Blvd., Pasay City, Philippines

Exhibition Dates : October 8-10, 2009 10am to 6pm
Title: Re: Agrilink 2009
Post by: nemo on October 03, 2009, 05:35:22 PM
Day 1: October 8, 2009 – Thursday

(Venue: Lobby, World Trade Center Metro Manila)

7:00 am
Welcome/Arrival of Guests

9:00 am

Main Program

by: Col. Alejandro Escaño, President, PCAFI

National Anthem

Welcome Remarks
Chairperson, AgriLink/FoodLink/Aqualink 2009

Introduction of Keynote Speaker
by: Hon. Arthur C. Yap
Secretary, Department of Agriculture

Keynote Speech
by: Her Excellency Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
President, Republic of the Philippines

Cutting of the Ribbon
Led by:
Secretary Arthur C Yap
Senator Loren B. Legarda
Representative Abraham Kahlil B. Mitra
Representative Alfredo D. Marañon III
Mayor Wenceslao Trinidad

His Excellency Thierry Borja de Mozota,Ambassador of France

His Excellency Kulkumut Singhara-Na Ayudhaya
Ambassador of Thailand

His Excellency Liu Jianchao
Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China

Mr. Phillip L. Ong
FRLD Board of Directors,

10:00 – 12:00pm
Tour of Exhibits

12:00 - 2:00 pm
 VIP Lunch (by invitation)
(Venue: Skyline Restaurant, Mezzanine)


1:00 pm – 3:00pm
Sponsored by: International Livestock & Dairy Expo (ILDEX) (Seminar Rm. A)
• Acidification & Probiotics
• Thunderbird Gamefowl Management Seminar
Sponsored by: Univet Nutrition and Animal Healthcare Co. (UNAHCO)

(Seminar Rm. B)
• Grinding Efficiency in the Aquaculture Industry
• Sustainable Ecological Farming with MFeed
Sponsored by: LE CLUB/FCC (Seminar Rm. C)

New Product Launching
Sponsored by: Univet Nutrition & Animal Healthcare (UNAHCO)
 3:30pm – 5:30pm
 •    Snap Hydrophonics
Sponsored by: Bureau of Agricultural Research (DA-BAR) (Seminar Rm. A)
• Food Safety Assurance System: Key to Meet Global Demands for Safety
and Quality of Exported Food Products
• A Quantum Leap in Agriculture
Sponsored by: Postharvest Horticulture Training and Research CENTER (PHTRC)

(Seminar Rm. B)
Sponsored by: LE CLUB/FCC (Seminar Rm. C)

12:30pm – 2:00pm
Cooking Demonstration: Sibuyas: Kakampe Answer to Food Security
Sponsored by: NOGROCOMA
2:30pm – 3:30pm
Cooking Demonstration: FISHTAlicious Way of Cooking Seafoods
Sponsored by: Santeh Feeds Corp.
3:30pm – 5:30 pm
Product Launching
Sponsored by: Univet Nutrition & Animal Healthcare Co. (UNAHCO)


10: 30am – 12:30pm
• Indigenous Plants for Health and Wellness
Sponsored by: Bureau of Agricultural Research (DA-BAR) (Seminar Room A)
• Making Money Out of Guppies and Other Live Bearers
• Raising Koi and other Egg Layers for Fun and Profit
• Niche Market vs Mass Market in Aquaculture
Sponsored by: Santeh Feeds Corp. (Seminar Room B)
• Organic Local Market & Global Trade
• Organic Poultry and Piggery Presentation
Sponsored by : ORGANIC PRODUCER TRADE ASSOC (OPTA) (Seminar Room C)

1:00pm – 3:00pm
HUCC Postharvest Processing Technologies
Sponsored by: Department of Agriculture (Seminar Room A)

The Road to the Control of Diseases Outbreaks in Pigs:
No Shortcuts…. No curves….
Sponsored by: San Miguel Foods Inc. (Semianr Room B)

Bamboo for Sustainable Environmental Protection & Economic Development    Sponsored by: MFI-Foundation, Inc. (Seminar Room C)
3:30pm- 5:30 pm
• Culture and Market Potentials of Pangasius
• Introducing the Humpback Grouper
• Cage Culture of Macrobrachium in Inland Waters
Sponsored by: Santeh Feed Corp. (Seminar Room B)
The Use of Bamboo and Local Materials for Local Buildings
Sponsored by: MFI-Foundation, Inc. (Seminar Room C)
Seminars (Venue: Lobby, WTCCMM)
10:30am -5:00pm
Whole Day Affair
Sponsored by: San Miguel Food, Inc.

(B-Meg, Monterey Foods Corp & Poultry Division)
7:00 pm – 12:00 mn
Appreciation Night (by invitation)
Venue: Tent, WTCMM

Day 3: October 10, 2009 - Saturday

10:30am – 5:30pm
• Business Opportunities in Mariculture Parks/Zones
• Climate Adaptation Measures for Fisherfolks: The Region 8 Experience
• Farming Potential of Peneaus Vannamei or Pacific White Shrimp in Freshwater
• Improvement of Farmed Seaweed Seedstocks through Tissue Culture
• Development Plan for the Philippine Ornamental Fish Industry
• Global Competitiveness of the Philippine Ornamental Fish
• Milestones in the Philippine Ornamental Fish Industry: The Yoreca Farms and
TOP Growers Stories
• Ornamental Fish health and Quality Control Protocols
• Application Requirements and Procedure for the Issuance of Export
Commodity Clearance (ECC) for the Live Ornamental Fish and Invertebrates
Sponsored by: Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) (Seminar Room B)

10:30am – 12:30pm
Seminar on Demystifying eLearning
Sponsored by: Department of Agriculture (Seminar Room A)

Nutrition, the Key Factor for Success in Swine Production
Sponsored by: Le Club / FCC (Seminar Room C)

1:00pm – 3:00pm
A Beginner’s Guide to Pig Husbandry as an Enterprise
Sponsored by: Department of Agriculture (Seminar Room A)

All About Colored Free Range Chicken: The Pamora Farm-Abra Way
Sponsored by: Pamora Farms (Seminar Room C)

3:30pm- 5:30 pm
All about Medicinal Herbs
Sponsored by: Agri Aqua Network International (AANI) (Seminar Room B)

Development Indexing – Social Return of Investment
Sponsored by: PhilRice (Seminar Room C)

10:30am – 12nn
Agri-Kapihan Forum: Latest in Organic Farming
Sponsored by: Agri-Aqua Network Int’l (AANI)

1:00pm - :5:00pm
Latest Trends of Meat Processing with the use of
Fiber Technology
Sponsored by: Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI)
Title: Re: Agrilink 2009
Post by: MaeBarles on September 21, 2010, 11:37:41 AM
Hello ~

I am going to build a pig breeder farm in Laguna or Batangas, Philippines, where my family has land, and I am having difficulty getting accurate numbers regarding start up costs and potential return on investment/profit. I plan to begin with 10-20 sows.

Any information that you can provide is greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance for your help.