Availing of Animal Dispersal program

ABOUT THE SERVICE

FARMERS WHO would like to raise livestock may avail of the CAgO animal dispersal program. Animals available for dispersal are cattle, carabaos and swine.

Under this program, the city finances the cost of acquiring the initial stock. The farmer, then, raises the livestock.

Payment to the city, in kind or in cash, is made after breeding or after the livestock has been sold.  Payment terms depend on the livestock raised; and are specified in the contract signed by the farmer.  Clients must approach the Agriculturist Technologist (AT) assigned to the barangay.

REQUIREMENT(S)

  • • Community Tax Certificate (CTC) / Residence Certificate
    • Certification from the Barangay Captain that the beneficiary is a resident of the barangay
    • ID picture
    • Certificate of Training (for clients availing of cattle and swine dispersals)
    • Sanitary Clearance from the City Health Office (for clients availing of swine dispersal)
    • Proof of Livestock Insurance Premium payment*

* Farmers availing of the animal dispersal program are required to secure livestock insurance from the Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation (PCIC). PCIC personnel attend to the insurance requirements of beneficiaries at the CAgO every Monday morning.

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE

FOLLOW THESE STEPS

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH
1. Request and initial assessment

Approach an Agricultural Technologist (AT) or go to the CAgO and submit the requirements. AT checks requirements and does initial assessment. [click to download CAGO - CATTLE DISPERSAL FORM ]

55 minutes The Agricultural Technologist
assigned to the Barangay
2. Field validation

AT validates whether you can provide:

a. Adequate budget for feeds
b. Potable water supply
c. Suitable housing (for swine and chicken dispersal)
d. Suitable grazing area (for cattle, carabao and goat dispersal).

Request fill-up Cattle Dispersal Application Form

1 day
3. Final assessment

AT submits “Request for Dispersal” report to the City Agriculturist.

If the AT’s findings are favorable, you will be requested to pay for livestock insurance

15 to 30 minutes MARIA EDNA B. BONGALONTA
City Agriculturist
4. Insurance premium payment

Pay for the livestock’s insurance premium. This serves as you equity.

15 to 30 minutes Philippine Crop Insurance
Corporation (PCIC)
5. Contract approval

A contract between you and the city government will be prepared. This should be signed by the City Mayor.

1 day JOHN G. BONGAT
City Mayor
6. Release of livestock

Request for a release schedule.  Livestock are released at the City Nursery upon presentation of your contract.

Within 1 day Concerned Agricultural Technologist

CITY AGRICULTURE OFFICE
City Hall Compound, J. Miranda Avenue, Concepcion Pequeña, Naga City
For more information, please contact:
Mrs. Edna B. Bongalonta, City Agriculturist
Tel. No. 881-9455
E-mail: cago@naga.gov.ph