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With the world turning to goats rather than beef and pork, or even kangaroo and crocodile meat, there is no reason for the goat industry to lag behind.
The country’s goat population can skyrocket by more than 80 percent if a new production system is implemented for the R13.2-billion industry.Continue reading …
Manila, Philippines – Lighty-roasted Philippine coffee berries (they are not beans, really) battle cancer better and provides increased phenolic acid for nutrition. Dr. Ruel M. Mojica of the Cavite State University (CaVSU) made these claims to confirm what coffee addicts had insisted to be true: Coffee is not only a stimulant but also a medicine […]Continue reading …
MANILA, Philippines – Win over climate change by engaging in organic agriculture. Dr. Victoria Espaldon, professor and dean of the School of Environmental Management of the University of the Philippines at Los Banos (UPLB-SEM), gave this advice recently to farmers in the hope of winning them over from conventional farming. Espaldon made the pitch in […]Continue reading …