New Prices

We started our backyard farm in 2010. Crops were not very good but livestock showed promise. By 2015, we had enough surplus to be able to sell ducks, goats and native chickens, and in 2016, we started selling piglets. We kept our prices low over the next 2 years as we were able to keep a small profit despite the increase in price of commodities, labour, fuel. Finally, this year 2019, we needed to raise our prices.

Fortunately, our buyers understand why (thank you!). They know how income levels had gone up together with the cost of living. They understand the much needed price increase because they know we provide them only with the best we got.

Here are our new prices.

FREE RANGE MUSCOVY DUCKS

Live weight 180 per kilo
Dressed 280 per kilo
Ducklings 75 pesos each

FREE RANGE NATIVE CHICKENS

Live weight 180 per kilo
Dressed 280 per kilo

PIGLETS

Fully weaned  45-day old piglets 2,600 to 2,800 each

We are thinking of selling off our goats. We don’t really have the pasture for them and common pasture lots in our village are getting smaller. We have a 5-year old billy goat up for sale at a negotiable price of 4,000. Visit us if you’re interested. He’ll be our dinner in April or May if there are no buyers. We also have a goat expected to kid for the first time in a week or so. We will keep them for a while and sell them later. If you’re interested, please visit us to take a look.

2 thoughts on “New Prices”

  1. I love your procedure in growing the alfalfa seeds because it’s simple yet understandable. Perhaps this is one of your business stocks? Because I would like to purchase for school project purposes.

    1. Thank you Erica! Oh we don’t sell alfalfa seeds. There are seeds available in the shops. The ones I got are from Ramgo and they are specially for sprouting microgreens. One packet has plenty of seeds for a whole class! 🙂

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