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Our CITECH subsidiary in Negros Oriental/Occidental, the Philippines dealing in:
Agri-business (e. g. s. co-op organic beeflot and dairy pasture farming including cara-stock breeding operations with sugarcane)
Agri-food (e. g. s. cheese, dairy, carabeef, deli-meats [with new product line called L'Oleo (R)], tinned Sisig in L'Oleo, goat meat
Biotech (Analytics - Detergent tagged or DT electrophoresis soon to surplant SDS electrophoresis in analytical and prep - food, pharma and vaccine mfging)
Biopharming (e. g. s. drugs, vaccines in Aquaria-stock Block Technology (R) for breeding and producing sea grasses via land-based aquafarming)
(All earmarked for the local industry in Negros.) (We will be featuring a dedicated website on Wix.com.)
We recognize these emergent fields in the bioscience/lifesciences and are engaging both scientists, businesses, universities and the public in dialogue towards fulfillment of: 1) removing trade barriers, 2) engaging in technology transfer, 3) protecting of IP rights against pirating by legal statute.
Our subsidiary's agenda focusing on Negros Island region in the Philippines:
A. Co-ops in agri-business towards feedlot/pasture for dairy (and meat) with emergents biotechs using modern carabao breeding, hi-sugar grasses via reseeding pasture significantly as a feed resource using species plasmonogensis and use of non-GMO probiotics
B. NPOs as private aid agencies via philanthropy with a significant working budget vs administrative overhead and as on-line marketing agencies for the cause
C. Consultants with the Citech Company for civic, business and government planners and managers as consultants to further develop, plan and shape the urban ("Banua") environment and its residential/agri-industrial and manufacturing environs including transportation, telecommunications, power utilities, mass sanitation systemization, residential housing and real estate and administrative/government services, as examples; there are rumours with disengaging with carbon-based economies that greening of industry is to take hold eventually including adaptations to new technology to handle climate change and weather disaster averting flood water damage like raised multi-housing unit living and amphibious models (water-tight) for concept mini-cars and touring SUVs (e. g. cab-ara-vans).
D. ADPs (Area Development Programmes) for providing village civic, business and services through gov't funding, social funds in their area-catchment areas of Abbatech and Citech eventually (Negros Philippines)
E. Green Bio-Growers (a subsidiary of Abbatech Consulting) (1) Hi-histidine Cropping of Feedstuffs, (2) Hi-Performance Seagrass Cropping, (3) Hi-Compost Tree & Shrub Cropping, (4) Guano-grade Potash Fruit Cropped Recyling.
SKYEVIEW: With the National Dairy Authority (NDA) Region 7 (C. Visayas in the Central Philippines), we gathered there remains a distinct possibility of exploiting imported caramilk and carabeef varieties from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, if not already from indigenous sources of cross-bred water buffaloes sourced from UPLB, Los Banos, the Philippines, where in the Negros Island Region there is plentiful fodders from both sugar cane bagasse pithe and sugar cane tops (SCT) and their use for feeding the ff. class livestock: (1) caramilk buffaloes including hybrid-GMO in the future, (2) carabeef buffaloes to an extent with both SCT silage, corn plant silage and bagasse pithe, (3) conventional dairy cattle, all with a greater emphasis on milk production as is already popularly consumed both for milk, confectionaries and milk powdered formula (e. g. milk replacer, baby formulas, emergency food relief due to excess production). As for carabeef, prime cuts for export and the restaurant hospitality trade in the country, with the rest adapted for deli sausages and meats (this reminds us of this growth area for Philippines deli-meats unique to that country).
Last update of this entry: March 10, 2019