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indy62 wrote:
tomato_sus wrote:

Madali lang po...

Ang buiding, pens, water and electric bill ay shoulder ng magaalaga

Ang gilts at mga vitamins, gamot, vaccines at feeds na coconsume ng gilt ay shoulder mo. (basta lahat ng gastos ng gilt/sow including AI or pakasta)

pag nanganak na, hahatiin nio ang mga biik. 66.66% sayo, 33.33% sa nagaalaga.

dalawa ang options sa paghahati.

Hati sa Biik at Hati sa Pera

unahin natin ang hati sa biik. example, 12 ang naianak ng inahin nio. ang gastos sa feeds, vitamins at vaccines ng mga biik ay paghahatian nio, 66.66% sa mayari, 33.33% sa nagaalaga. Sa araw ng walay, 1/3 din ang hatian ng biik. 8 piglets sau, 4 piglets sa nagalaga.

pangalawa ang hati sa pera. example, 12 ang naianak ng inahin nio. ang gastos sa pagkain, vitamins at vaccines ng mga biik ay shoulder mo pansamantala, sa araw ng bentahan ng mga biik, ibabawas mo ito sa gross. at ang net ang paghahatian nio, 66.66% sau, 33.33% sa nagalaga.

sa practice ko po, ginagawa ko eh yung hati sa pera para mas madali ang kwentahan.

Thank you. Medyo mali pala ang suggestion ng iba sa akin - na 50/50 after all expenses.

Sir di ba parang lumalabas 2/3 sa may ari 1/3 sa nag aalaga

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abelitoink wrote:
indy62 wrote:
tomato_sus wrote:

Madali lang po...

Ang buiding, pens, water and electric bill ay shoulder ng magaalaga

Ang gilts at mga vitamins, gamot, vaccines at feeds na coconsume ng gilt ay shoulder mo. (basta lahat ng gastos ng gilt/sow including AI or pakasta)

pag nanganak na, hahatiin nio ang mga biik. 66.66% sayo, 33.33% sa nagaalaga.

dalawa ang options sa paghahati.

Hati sa Biik at Hati sa Pera

unahin natin ang hati sa biik. example, 12 ang naianak ng inahin nio. ang gastos sa feeds, vitamins at vaccines ng mga biik ay paghahatian nio, 66.66% sa mayari, 33.33% sa nagaalaga. Sa araw ng walay, 1/3 din ang hatian ng biik. 8 piglets sau, 4 piglets sa nagalaga.

pangalawa ang hati sa pera. example, 12 ang naianak ng inahin nio. ang gastos sa pagkain, vitamins at vaccines ng mga biik ay shoulder mo pansamantala, sa araw ng bentahan ng mga biik, ibabawas mo ito sa gross. at ang net ang paghahatian nio, 66.66% sau, 33.33% sa nagalaga.

sa practice ko po, ginagawa ko eh yung hati sa pera para mas madali ang kwentahan.

Thank you. Medyo mali pala ang suggestion ng iba sa akin - na 50/50 after all expenses.

Sir di ba parang lumalabas 2/3 sa may ari 1/3 sa nag aalaga

un nga po

Food not Bombs!

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erik_0930 wrote:

magtataas na naman ng 25 pesos ang PILMICO sa November ...kawawa na naman.

bro bad news yan. Pilmico pa naman gamit ko. any suggestions bro? substitute? o mas mura pa rin ang pilmico

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jo2san wrote:
pugadbaboy65 wrote:
jo2san wrote:

meron pong murang broodsow jan s angat.  try mo s efcor.  770 lang broodsow nila.

salamat po sir jo2san. sa bayan po ba mismo yung efcor? may contact no. po ba kayo? ano pong brand pilmico din ba? yun ibang feeds po below. may idea din po ba kayo sa price?

inahin:
Sunjin- mama meal   1055 / 50 kg sack
Pilmico-Civic             1050 / 50 kg sack



baboy:

Pilmico
Pre-starter     1100 / 25 kg sack
Starter           1340 / 50 kg sack
Hoover           1050 / 50 kg sack (only 770 per 50 kg sack in Efcor)

Sana po maging consistent ang communication natin with regards sa presyo ng feeds. Advantage po sa atin lahat ito. Sa pagbabasa ko po ng mga threads dito, marami po ang paalaga system lang. Marami rin po ang nasa ibang bansa gaya ko. Di po tayo sure kung yung mga "katiwaldas" este katiwala natin eh "mapagkakatiwalaan".

Hindi naman po sa walang tiwala pero mas maganda na po ang nag iingat. Three years na po yung maliit kong babuyan sa angat, bulacan and at least kumita naman po kahit kaunti. Nag inquire lang po ako sa presyo ng feeds dahil napansin ko nga po na parang mahal ang presyo ng feeds na pinapadala sakin nung katiwala ko. Sana ay magtulungan po tayong lahat para sa ating ikauunlad.

Mabuhay po kayong lahat!!!


di ko po maalala yung brand ng broodsow nila. sulucan po ata yung lugar nila sa angat. dealer po ng feedpro ang efcor.

puede po kayong remekta s planta kung hoover ang gus2 nyong gamitin.


Hello po ulit mga kasama sa hanapbuhay. Itatanong ko lang po ulit kung ok yung prices nung nasa itaas. Yung feeds para sa fatteners. Salamat po

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pugadbaboy65 wrote:
jo2san wrote:
pugadbaboy65 wrote:
jo2san wrote:

meron pong murang broodsow jan s angat.  try mo s efcor.  770 lang broodsow nila.

salamat po sir jo2san. sa bayan po ba mismo yung efcor? may contact no. po ba kayo? ano pong brand pilmico din ba? yun ibang feeds po below. may idea din po ba kayo sa price?

inahin:
Sunjin- mama meal   1055 / 50 kg sack
Pilmico-Civic             1050 / 50 kg sack



baboy:

Pilmico
Pre-starter     1100 / 25 kg sack
Starter           1340 / 50 kg sack
Hoover           1050 / 50 kg sack (only 770 per 50 kg sack in Efcor)

Sana po maging consistent ang communication natin with regards sa presyo ng feeds. Advantage po sa atin lahat ito. Sa pagbabasa ko po ng mga threads dito, marami po ang paalaga system lang. Marami rin po ang nasa ibang bansa gaya ko. Di po tayo sure kung yung mga "katiwaldas" este katiwala natin eh "mapagkakatiwalaan".

Hindi naman po sa walang tiwala pero mas maganda na po ang nag iingat. Three years na po yung maliit kong babuyan sa angat, bulacan and at least kumita naman po kahit kaunti. Nag inquire lang po ako sa presyo ng feeds dahil napansin ko nga po na parang mahal ang presyo ng feeds na pinapadala sakin nung katiwala ko. Sana ay magtulungan po tayong lahat para sa ating ikauunlad.

Mabuhay po kayong lahat!!!


di ko po maalala yung brand ng broodsow nila. sulucan po ata yung lugar nila sa angat. dealer po ng feedpro ang efcor.

puede po kayong remekta s planta kung hoover ang gus2 nyong gamitin.


Hello po ulit mga kasama sa hanapbuhay. Itatanong ko lang po ulit kung ok yung prices nung nasa itaas. Yung feeds para sa fatteners. Salamat po

medyo mataas po

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pugadbaboy65 wrote:
erik_0930 wrote:

magtataas na naman ng 25 pesos ang PILMICO sa November ...kawawa na naman.

bro bad news yan. Pilmico pa naman gamit ko. any suggestions bro? substitute? o mas mura pa rin ang pilmico

ito inayawan ko sa pilmico magtaas kahit kelan nila gusto kahit magisa lang sila... sad

“pwede nating pag-usapan ang tungkol sa baboy pero wala sanang baboyan”

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babes_lover wrote:
pugadbaboy65 wrote:
erik_0930 wrote:

magtataas na naman ng 25 pesos ang PILMICO sa November ...kawawa na naman.

bro bad news yan. Pilmico pa naman gamit ko. any suggestions bro? substitute? o mas mura pa rin ang pilmico

ito inayawan ko sa pilmico magtaas kahit kelan nila gusto kahit magisa lang sila... sad

yung sa ACE na gamit ko feeds eh nagtaas na rin noong sept....10 to 30 pesos depende sa klase ng feeds....noong lahat ay nagtaasan....pero nagdagdag naman discount 5 pesos ang supplier ko....

kawawa naman tayo...di naman taas lw....dito sa amin now jaen nueva ecija eh 92 lang lw sa kumukuha sa akin sa iba 90 lang.

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despite of the rapidly price increased,why you guys continously engage yourself to swine business?is it true that we are gaining small profit nowadays?

Pure perseverance is enough to turn doubts to fruit of success.......

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perhaps it's time to turn ourselves into other alternative methods of feeding our produce.... apparently there are methods out there that can be used as a means of cutting down on feed costs and 'apparently' (again) these methods are moving towards or perhaps even forward the natural way of hog raising meaning better quality meat which in turn can demand a higher price.

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ronski wrote:

perhaps it's time to turn ourselves into other alternative methods of feeding our produce.... apparently there are methods out there that can be used as a means of cutting down on feed costs and 'apparently' (again) these methods are moving towards or perhaps even forward the natural way of hog raising meaning better quality meat which in turn can demand a higher price.

oo nga sana mag patuloy itong thread na ito. para dun sa mga gustong mag contribute / suggest ng "economical feeding guide" nila, please try to do so. It will benefit us all. thanks

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If you want to cut down on feed costs, i would suggest mixing your own feeds, or buying from small local feeds business.. Yung mixing mejo mahirap kasi youd have to have a grinder or crusher to break the corn and soya, plus dapat bulk kayo bumili from suppliers in manila para makatipid.

We used to be in the feeds business, we still are pero mahina na. But buying from local feeds producers would probably be the best instead of buying expensive branded feeds, we also had a piggery before and used our feeds, nagsara lng kasi bumagsak ng todo presyo ng baboy at one point in time. From my knowledge ang mga feeds have similar protien and energy content. Kasi may reccomendations nmn, and those values are similar in a few books ive already read. Ang difference lng ay yung vitamins and all, but may mga premix nmn nadin na nabibili nun eh. Kaya mahal ang branded is because they have all those corporate expenses, advertising and research costs to make up for. Dont get me wrong, im not trying to market our feeds, pero our feeds are priced at 850-950 per 50kg sack depending on the type of feeds. At sa presyong yun malaki na ang patong!

Just look at it, supposing you have a litter of 10 pigs. 1150 ang commercial feeds even at 950 na price namin, 200 per bag yun. So 10 pigs each eat 3 bags of feeds throughout fattening, so 30 bags*200/bag = 6000 peso matitipid nio. Para nio narin sila binigyan ng isang fattening na baboy. Just try to feed one litter with localy produced feeds. Nothing to loose naman eh, i doubt poisonous nmn ang makukuha niong localy propduced feeds. Kung maganda laki ng baboy, edi ayos, every litter may additional 6000 ka na. Otherwise, try nio ulit maghanap ng iba hanggang masatisfy kayo. At kung wala tlga. Pag tiyagaan nio ang mahal na feeds. No choice

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utakpulvoron wrote:

If you want to cut down on feed costs, i would suggest mixing your own feeds, or buying from small local feeds business.. Yung mixing mejo mahirap kasi youd have to have a grinder or crusher to break the corn and soya, plus dapat bulk kayo bumili from suppliers in manila para makatipid.

We used to be in the feeds business, we still are pero mahina na. But buying from local feeds producers would probably be the best instead of buying expensive branded feeds, we also had a piggery before and used our feeds, nagsara lng kasi bumagsak ng todo presyo ng baboy at one point in time. From my knowledge ang mga feeds have similar protien and energy content. Kasi may reccomendations nmn, and those values are similar in a few books ive already read. Ang difference lng ay yung vitamins and all, but may mga premix nmn nadin na nabibili nun eh. Kaya mahal ang branded is because they have all those corporate expenses, advertising and research costs to make up for. Dont get me wrong, im not trying to market our feeds, pero our feeds are priced at 850-950 per 50kg sack depending on the type of feeds. At sa presyong yun malaki na ang patong!

Just look at it, supposing you have a litter of 10 pigs. 1150 ang commercial feeds even at 950 na price namin, 200 per bag yun. So 10 pigs each eat 3 bags of feeds throughout fattening, so 30 bags*200/bag = 6000 peso matitipid nio. Para nio narin sila binigyan ng isang fattening na baboy. Just try to feed one litter with localy produced feeds. Nothing to loose naman eh, i doubt poisonous nmn ang makukuha niong localy propduced feeds. Kung maganda laki ng baboy, edi ayos, every litter may additional 6000 ka na. Otherwise, try nio ulit maghanap ng iba hanggang masatisfy kayo. At kung wala tlga. Pag tiyagaan nio ang mahal na feeds. No choice

Ang problema ngayon kung pano po kami maka avail ng feeds nio syempre mas mura nga po pero how about the transportation. if you could give us the ingredients naman bibili kami sa maynila ng i mimix ganun din gastus din baka mas mahal pa ang papatakan. so wla kaming choice kung di bumili ng mahal na feeds sa malapit na store. kung sana merong mag suuggest ng murang feeds na maganda na nabibili sa mga tindahan mas makakatulong. salamat po idea ko lang

evjenov's c5 piglets
Alfonso, Cavite
tx 09084590446 smile
email:cevjenov@yahoo.com

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Try nio nalang magtanong sa mga big piggeries in your place. Most big piggeries produce their own feeds, and if you have the capital i would suggest investing in milling equipment, hammer mill at mixer lng nmn tlga importante eh. Or ask your local feeds supplier, they might not sell locally produced feeds due to contractual restraints, like tie up to b-meg, purina, or any one of the big 5. But ask them, they might know agents who can get you some.

Try lng nmn, wala nmng mawawala.

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nagtaas na naman daw presyo ng Philmico by PhP 30.00? is true?

55 (edited by pugadbaboy65 Nov 23 2010 15:53:27)

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pugadbaboy65 wrote:

nagtaas na naman daw presyo ng Philmico by PhP 30.00? is it true?

kawawa na naman tayong mga nag aalaga. sad

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kadalasan po hinahangad natin na sakupin lahat ng aspeto ng hog raising. marami kasi tayo nababasa at nakapagbibigay ng idea na marami pang areas nito ang pwede nating i-manage ang costing.
FEEDs contributes to about 80 % of our cost to produce.
Pero di ito ganun kadaling gawin, kadalasan ang mga sumubok magsariling halo ay may mga regrets din. From ingridient sourcing to inventory management and also manpower errors, nararanasan din  kaya iyong iba, balik commercial na lang.

Lets focus on some area na madali nating maiimprove without much cost of investment.
Sa breed po, kapag mataas ang lahi ng alaga natin, pwede nating gamitin ang mga mid-line or even the economy line ng mga commercial feeds na magbibigay din ng acceptable-competitive profitablity. Karanasan na po namin when i was a salesman of feeds, masyado tayong BRAND conciuos, makita lang sa ads sa TV or marinig sa radio, dun tayo. Iba kasi ang feeling kapag sikat ang gamit mo.
Lets always keep record of expenses kapag may group of fatteners tayo para may sarili tayong batayan ng decision kung palit o continue ang feeds na ginagamit natin. Kapag kasi walang record, kadalasan ang maririnig eh lugi pero nag-aalga pa rin (using the same feeds).
Dapat ineevaluate natin (Kahit every harvest kung kaya) kung feeds, breed, sakit o iba pa ang naging key sa success o failure natin.

________
Maximum Hog Profits Starts With The Right BREED

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DFS wrote:

kadalasan po hinahangad natin na sakupin lahat ng aspeto ng hog raising. marami kasi tayo nababasa at nakapagbibigay ng idea na marami pang areas nito ang pwede nating i-manage ang costing.
FEEDs contributes to about 80 % of our cost to produce.
Pero di ito ganun kadaling gawin, kadalasan ang mga sumubok magsariling halo ay may mga regrets din. From ingridient sourcing to inventory management and also manpower errors, nararanasan din  kaya iyong iba, balik commercial na lang.

Lets focus on some area na madali nating maiimprove without much cost of investment.
Sa breed po, kapag mataas ang lahi ng alaga natin, pwede nating gamitin ang mga mid-line or even the economy line ng mga commercial feeds na magbibigay din ng acceptable-competitive profitablity. Karanasan na po namin when i was a salesman of feeds, masyado tayong BRAND conciuos, makita lang sa ads sa TV or marinig sa radio, dun tayo. Iba kasi ang feeling kapag sikat ang gamit mo.
Lets always keep record of expenses kapag may group of fatteners tayo para may sarili tayong batayan ng decision kung palit o continue ang feeds na ginagamit natin. Kapag kasi walang record, kadalasan ang maririnig eh lugi pero nag-aalga pa rin (using the same feeds).
Dapat ineevaluate natin (Kahit every harvest kung kaya) kung feeds, breed, sakit o iba pa ang naging key sa success o failure natin.

this is a very good point po. mabuhay kayo!

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nagtaas na naman ang pilmico ng 30.. tinuluyan na.,.. waaaaaa sad

Food not Bombs!

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Sana naman magtaas na rin ang liveweight. twice na nagtaas ang Pilmico...  sad

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pugadbaboy65 wrote:

Sana naman magtaas na rin ang liveweight. twice na nagtaas ang Pilmico...  sad

Magkano itinaas bro?

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erik_0930 wrote:
pugadbaboy65 wrote:

Sana naman magtaas na rin ang liveweight. twice na nagtaas ang Pilmico...  sad

Magkano itinaas bro?

30 Php

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pugadbaboy65 wrote:
erik_0930 wrote:
pugadbaboy65 wrote:

Sana naman magtaas na rin ang liveweight. twice na nagtaas ang Pilmico...  sad

Magkano itinaas bro?

30 Php

Magkanu na civic broodsow kuha mo ngayon

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i am in business as backyard hograiser for 15 years now and still going. i've started to use commercial feeds initially. as i go along with my business, i done several trials on feed mixing, benchmarking the commercial  vs my own feed mixing. i did "Linear programming" on feed mixing which i can easily manipulate the lowest cost of feeds i wanted fast and easy without sacrifing the nuttrional value of each kind of feed. i did my trials on feed mixing for almost 2 years from the start of hograising. currently, im no longer dependent on commercial feeds, in which my feed mix is around 30-35% lower than the commercial feeds. onset of 3rd year as hograiser i am no longer dependent on commercial feeds.

with my experience, i encourage hograiser to do some productive trials particularly that of self mixed feeds. higher profit margin is assured of particularly commercial feeds is costlier now and liveweight buying price is low.

i guess for commercial feed user production cost is much higher making hogbusiness a break-even or a loss. especially currently commercial feeds is costlier and liveweight buying price is low.

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leave2010 wrote:

i am in business as backyard hograiser for 15 years now and still going. i've started to use commercial feeds initially. as i go along with my business, i done several trials on feed mixing, benchmarking the commercial  vs my own feed mixing. i did "Linear programming" on feed mixing which i can easily manipulate the lowest cost of feeds i wanted fast and easy without sacrifing the nuttrional value of each kind of feed. i did my trials on feed mixing for almost 2 years from the start of hograising. currently, im no longer dependent on commercial feeds, in which my feed mix is around 30-35% lower than the commercial feeds. onset of 3rd year as hograiser i am no longer dependent on commercial feeds.

with my experience, i encourage hograiser to do some productive trials particularly that of self mixed feeds. higher profit margin is assured of particularly commercial feeds is costlier now and liveweight buying price is low.

i guess for commercial feed user production cost is much higher making hogbusiness a break-even or a loss. especially currently commercial feeds is costlier and liveweight buying price is low.

Can you share the basic knowledge on how to reduce the cost of feeds by mixing our own feeds, it will be a great help to newbie like me.

Thanks,

erik_0930@yahoo.com

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erik_0930 wrote:
leave2010 wrote:

i am in business as backyard hograiser for 15 years now and still going. i've started to use commercial feeds initially. as i go along with my business, i done several trials on feed mixing, benchmarking the commercial  vs my own feed mixing. i did "Linear programming" on feed mixing which i can easily manipulate the lowest cost of feeds i wanted fast and easy without sacrifing the nuttrional value of each kind of feed. i did my trials on feed mixing for almost 2 years from the start of hograising. currently, im no longer dependent on commercial feeds, in which my feed mix is around 30-35% lower than the commercial feeds. onset of 3rd year as hograiser i am no longer dependent on commercial feeds.

with my experience, i encourage hograiser to do some productive trials particularly that of self mixed feeds. higher profit margin is assured of particularly commercial feeds is costlier now and liveweight buying price is low.

i guess for commercial feed user production cost is much higher making hogbusiness a break-even or a loss. especially currently commercial feeds is costlier and liveweight buying price is low.

Can you share the basic knowledge on how to reduce the cost of feeds by mixing our own feeds, it will be a great help to newbie like me.

Thanks,

erik_0930@yahoo.com

how about posting it here so everybody will learn....especially for us who are new in this business....

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Excel worksheet lng katapat nian mga bro. I actually have a working one, pero very crude and simple palang. And maganda pag excel kada dagdag or palit mo ng formulation lumalabas agad yung resulting nutritional values, like CP, ME, fiber, Potassium, Calcium, Lysine, Methionine, at Cystine. Pati presyo per kilo of feeds macocompute na.. Yun lang dapat alam mo rin mga maximum or minimum na requirements. Research research lang..

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abelitoink wrote:
erik_0930 wrote:
leave2010 wrote:

i am in business as backyard hograiser for 15 years now and still going. i've started to use commercial feeds initially. as i go along with my business, i done several trials on feed mixing, benchmarking the commercial  vs my own feed mixing. i did "Linear programming" on feed mixing which i can easily manipulate the lowest cost of feeds i wanted fast and easy without sacrifing the nuttrional value of each kind of feed. i did my trials on feed mixing for almost 2 years from the start of hograising. currently, im no longer dependent on commercial feeds, in which my feed mix is around 30-35% lower than the commercial feeds. onset of 3rd year as hograiser i am no longer dependent on commercial feeds.

with my experience, i encourage hograiser to do some productive trials particularly that of self mixed feeds. higher profit margin is assured of particularly commercial feeds is costlier now and liveweight buying price is low.

i guess for commercial feed user production cost is much higher making hogbusiness a break-even or a loss. especially currently commercial feeds is costlier and liveweight buying price is low.

Can you share the basic knowledge on how to reduce the cost of feeds by mixing our own feeds, it will be a great help to newbie like me.

Thanks,

erik_0930@yahoo.com

how about posting it here so everybody will learn....especially for us who are new in this business....

yap mabuti nga po post nio nalang dito, maraming salamat sir

evjenov's c5 piglets
Alfonso, Cavite
tx 09084590446 smile
email:cevjenov@yahoo.com

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leave2010,

I've also requested Sir Wintuha in another thread if he could do the same of posting in the forum his formula for concocting alternatives to commercial feeds.

Members would really appreciate your posting of your alternative self-made feed formula.  Expensive commercial feeds is a major monthly cost of hog raisers.

Incidentally, the same is true for poultry raising.  If you have also a formula for alternative self-made poultry feeds, please post it here also so that the information shall be in one place only.  i believe that most hog raisers are also raising poultry,

Ka Tony

"The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.”  "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”  "The cautious seldom err. "

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try to acquire or have a copy of "The Philippines Reccommends for Pork Production" and "The Philippines Recommends for Animal Feed Production" published by PCARRD. These two references are my basic "bible" aside from any other references in my operations as backyard hograiser. These two references are very hepfull if you are engaged in livestock production. by the way i'm not connected with pcarrd or whatsoever.

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Another good reference book is "A Primer on Pork Production" by Valentino G. Arganosa, Professor Emeritus, UPLB, College of Agriculture, Institute of Animal Science.

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may copy kami nyan.. ibaibang edition

http://s4.postimage.org/14avoqt0k/arganosa.jpg

Calamba, Laguna
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utakpulvoron wrote:

Excel worksheet lng katapat nian mga bro. I actually have a working one, pero very crude and simple palang. And maganda pag excel kada dagdag or palit mo ng formulation lumalabas agad yung resulting nutritional values, like CP, ME, fiber, Potassium, Calcium, Lysine, Methionine, at Cystine. Pati presyo per kilo of feeds macocompute na.. Yun lang dapat alam mo rin mga maximum or minimum na requirements. Research research lang..

kuyang , would you be kind enaf to post it here?? same as you, kami rin naghahanap ng alternatives para mabawasan cost sa feeds in our hog farms.. it would really be helpful you'd post your excel worksheet here...thanks!!! email add: fhbrosas@yahoo.com just incase u nid it po.. thanks!

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earthcrisis wrote:

may copy kami nyan.. ibaibang edition

http://s4.postimage.org/14avoqt0k/arganosa.jpg

Yes that is the book I am referring to. Marami mapupulot dito on how to formulate your own feed, sariling sikap.

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Frank Reed wrote:
utakpulvoron wrote:

Excel worksheet lng katapat nian mga bro. I actually have a working one, pero very crude and simple palang. And maganda pag excel kada dagdag or palit mo ng formulation lumalabas agad yung resulting nutritional values, like CP, ME, fiber, Potassium, Calcium, Lysine, Methionine, at Cystine. Pati presyo per kilo of feeds macocompute na.. Yun lang dapat alam mo rin mga maximum or minimum na requirements. Research research lang..

kuyang , would you be kind enaf to post it here?? same as you, kami rin naghahanap ng alternatives para mabawasan cost sa feeds in our hog farms.. it would really be helpful you'd post your excel worksheet here...thanks!!! email add: fhbrosas@yahoo.com just incase u nid it po.. thanks!

I could, pero kasi feeds business din kami, kaya mejo alangan ako magshare.. haha, but that would make me selfish.. Pero why not, when i get back to the computer i keep that file in, ill make some adjustments lng tpos try ko email sa mga may gusto.. It only computes for CP, Fibre, ME, Avail P, Total P, Ca, Lysine, Methionine, Cystine ah.. As to the maximum allowable and minimum levels of said things, kayo na bahala what standards to follow. Papost nlng po ng email nung may gusto.

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utakpulvoron wrote:
Frank Reed wrote:
utakpulvoron wrote:

Excel worksheet lng katapat nian mga bro. I actually have a working one, pero very crude and simple palang. And maganda pag excel kada dagdag or palit mo ng formulation lumalabas agad yung resulting nutritional values, like CP, ME, fiber, Potassium, Calcium, Lysine, Methionine, at Cystine. Pati presyo per kilo of feeds macocompute na.. Yun lang dapat alam mo rin mga maximum or minimum na requirements. Research research lang..

kuyang , would you be kind enaf to post it here?? same as you, kami rin naghahanap ng alternatives para mabawasan cost sa feeds in our hog farms.. it would really be helpful you'd post your excel worksheet here...thanks!!! email add: fhbrosas@yahoo.com just incase u nid it po.. thanks!

I could, pero kasi feeds business din kami, kaya mejo alangan ako magshare.. haha, but that would make me selfish.. Pero why not, when i get back to the computer i keep that file in, ill make some adjustments lng tpos try ko email sa mga may gusto.. It only computes for CP, Fibre, ME, Avail P, Total P, Ca, Lysine, Methionine, Cystine ah.. As to the maximum allowable and minimum levels of said things, kayo na bahala what standards to follow. Papost nlng po ng email nung may gusto.

Sir, Thanks in advance sa ipapadala nyu.

erik_0930@yahoo.com

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just to give you hints, that in "linear programming" it is not realy precise...what i mean is that, unless there is lab analysis on the components of that ingredients probably your computation would be more or less precise as you have to based it in the actual analysis. if therfore, there is no lab analysis for each sample ingredient that will be used, most probably analysis will be based on the approximately analysis of a given ingredients which you can find it in many refernces. i suggest you, have to base it on the approximate lowest analysis of a given ingredient so that self mixed feeds is within the range of the given requirements.

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utakpulvoron wrote:
Frank Reed wrote:
utakpulvoron wrote:

Excel worksheet lng katapat nian mga bro. I actually have a working one, pero very crude and simple palang. And maganda pag excel kada dagdag or palit mo ng formulation lumalabas agad yung resulting nutritional values, like CP, ME, fiber, Potassium, Calcium, Lysine, Methionine, at Cystine. Pati presyo per kilo of feeds macocompute na.. Yun lang dapat alam mo rin mga maximum or minimum na requirements. Research research lang..

kuyang , would you be kind enaf to post it here?? same as you, kami rin naghahanap ng alternatives para mabawasan cost sa feeds in our hog farms.. it would really be helpful you'd post your excel worksheet here...thanks!!! email add: fhbrosas@yahoo.com just incase u nid it po.. thanks!

I could, pero kasi feeds business din kami, kaya mejo alangan ako magshare.. haha, but that would make me selfish.. Pero why not, when i get back to the computer i keep that file in, ill make some adjustments lng tpos try ko email sa mga may gusto.. It only computes for CP, Fibre, ME, Avail P, Total P, Ca, Lysine, Methionine, Cystine ah.. As to the maximum allowable and minimum levels of said things, kayo na bahala what standards to follow. Papost nlng po ng email nung may gusto.

paki send po cj_airman@yahoo.com

salamat po

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erik_0930 wrote:
utakpulvoron wrote:
Frank Reed wrote:
utakpulvoron wrote:

Excel worksheet lng katapat nian mga bro. I actually have a working one, pero very crude and simple palang. And maganda pag excel kada dagdag or palit mo ng formulation lumalabas agad yung resulting nutritional values, like CP, ME, fiber, Potassium, Calcium, Lysine, Methionine, at Cystine. Pati presyo per kilo of feeds macocompute na.. Yun lang dapat alam mo rin mga maximum or minimum na requirements. Research research lang..

kuyang , would you be kind enaf to post it here?? same as you, kami rin naghahanap ng alternatives para mabawasan cost sa feeds in our hog farms.. it would really be helpful you'd post your excel worksheet here...thanks!!! email add: fhbrosas@yahoo.com just incase u nid it po.. thanks!

I could, pero kasi feeds business din kami, kaya mejo alangan ako magshare.. haha, but that would make me selfish.. Pero why not, when i get back to the computer i keep that file in, ill make some adjustments lng tpos try ko email sa mga may gusto.. It only computes for CP, Fibre, ME, Avail P, Total P, Ca, Lysine, Methionine, Cystine ah.. As to the maximum allowable and minimum levels of said things, kayo na bahala what standards to follow. Papost nlng po ng email nung may gusto.

Sir, Thanks in advance sa ipapadala nyu.

erik_0930@yahoo.com

joven_custodiotwins@yahoo.com.ph

salamat ng marami sir

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sir thanks din... ronski78ph





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ronski wrote:

sir thanks din... ronski78ph





sir thanks in advance din... hehehe.... ronski78ph@hotmail.com po email add ko..

sir, sama niyo na rin ako.. jamesasis65@yahoo.com..

maraming salamat!!!