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  October 26, 2021
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Antonello-Tomaso Rancho Industries

1440 Barberry Dr.
Port Coquitlam
Toll free: +011-604-941-9022 (help line)

Phone: 16049458408
Fax: +011-604-941-9022 (FAX line)


We are part of organizing an alliance in Negros Province, the Republic of the Philippines (RP), with an interest in influencing developments within the Negros Island region, particularly in Palinpinon, Bais/Tanjay, and in the NDA Region 7 - Central Visayas: Negros, Bohol, Cebu and Siquijor. The NDA - National Dairy Authority in the Philippines, is perceived to encourage dairying as a key product of livestock raising given the marketplace, demographics and consumer preferences including using caramilk as one outlet and conventionalized dairy cattle raising using common AIBPs such as with surplus urea-N and unrefined or raw sugarcane/molasses and sugarcane tops (SCT) that is either untreated, 'bio-siled' [including here more advanced approaches (viz. quite intensive use of biologicals)], or 'chemo-siled' (sulfuric acid/urea-ammonium) sugarcane tops (SCT) - and/or with bagasse via solid-substrate fermentation (SSF) processed or 'yeast bagasse' with fibrolysis and added fungal SCP. In both cases a solution of 'as is' molasses is sprayed to increase the energy density for higher producers and the 'proteinogenic potential' of the feed.

There is currently now a burden on scientific expertise for further R&D to produce XL Grow varieties to test economies of scale with both pharma, energy and fodders, including use of 'closed' biosafe facilities avoiding pollination by GMO plant varieties-  e. g. through techniques utilizing protoplasmic fusion. We strongly encourage exploration by recruitment of multi-national botanists (e. g. Indian botanists and those from China), plant biotechnologists, and/or crop agronomists from either the major schools in the region. 

The particular issue of whether the Palinpinon project used to be true as planned was whether a 'closed' biosafe facility could be built by Filipino expertise using seagrass secondary alkaloids as pollination blockers in solution without escape sans protoplast fusion technology and experimentation. It is believed that further study of known biosafe laboratory requisite GMPs will answer the issues involved.

Open ponds culture is also an option but currently scarce land area or resources would probably make this prohibitive in cost (e. g. lease and taxation) for non-GMO varieties. What technologies will be required to produce the varieties and the undue needed safeguards defining what is biosafe would make it further prohibitive.

Agri-food with our functional food product lines (e. g. see: Raccoon Foods in Germany) will be an area for expansion including texturized fat-oil mixtures such as the L'Oleo (R) trade product and L'Oligo (R) smoothie nutritional supplement of complex carbohydrates (including WSC) and of a gourmet Pepper-Peanut sauce marinade or ketchup for meats, fish like salmon, eggs, as a pasta/noodle sauce, and as a salad dressing are all being gradually converted to IP-protected  product ideas for eventual marketing (commercialization).  


A. Agropur-Co-op:


     (a) Hi-NEAA/Hi-HIS Yeast Cultured Supplements. These are e. g. s. to be amalgamated with cornmeal-based chicken and piggery diets with growth promoters as such and deemed organic. These will provide 'a niche' under current standards for both banned use of antibiotic and hormonal growth promoters or factors in animal feeding. 

     (b) PNA-B12 dsRNA Gene Silencing Technology (non-GMO) for ensiling and rumen/digestive management.

     (c) Alkaloid biosafe-contained requisite GEdited (GM or GMO) Pharma varieties to prevent spawning, i. e. pollination outside the 'closed' facility.

    (d) Sugarcane Tops (SCT) farming for ranching as silage will be employed for year-round feeding both grass from pasture and SCT silage from sugarmilling using an auger in a two-vat conformation with milling or fine-chopping to take place first, then mixing at auger with H2SO4 (aq) to delignify and add sulfur (S) to improve fibre digestibility and then neutralization in a second vat with urea solution (aq) again at auger to add nitrogen (N) (important: well-ventilated conditions) to improve also digestibility of forage, both for microbial digestion.  

Local 'Cara-Ranching' for dairy and meat (e. g. in the Town of Ayungon, Negros Oriental ) subject to employing supplies of oversown and managed lush pasture for high-quality green fibrous source with lower-quality feeds together only for these higher efficiency digesting animals given advances yet to be discovered in centre of research and learning like UPLB for the NDA Region 7 or Central Visayas region with ensilage of the common material of sugarcane tops or SCT, as it popularly known in places like Mauritius seasonally harvested but made available throughout the year for feeding. 


B. Micropur-Co-op:


Re-uptake and Sequestration by Active Transport Processing of K+ and (PO4) 2- Conservation in Soil Microbes and Root Calli of Plants. Research is required to establish methods of soils enrichment with fallow using intercalated plant hedgerows with ploughing back into soils together with soil microbe cultures subsisting there.

This would represent a breakthrough in organic farming practices using microbial interventives practiced in the Philippines versus chemical intensive inputs.


C. Dairypur-Co-op:


[1] Medicinal GMO Milk Cows via Gene Editing, Fed Silage & Histidine Functional Amino Acids.

[2] Low-cholesterol GMO Layers and Eggs (ducks, quail and chickens) Fed Histidine Functional Amino Acids.


D. Palinpinon-Co-op:

    (Palinpinon-Vancouver-area subsidiary) 

[1] Bio-Agrosil Feeds (BASF) Laboratories (Palinpinon) - Growers, Microbiology, Feed Formulation. Proposing to further investigate recent finds of (1) HQ long fires for improving protein digestion as (2) Avicel (R) or lignin in poultry diets to improve protein digestion. Various approaches: (1) down-regulation by GM of proteases in grain (but where in the grain and it's distribution is yet to be determined), (2) heat denaturation by extrusion and feeding, (3) Avicel (R) or purified lignin which is hypothesized to denature protein to optimize availability for digestion, and finally (4) yeast bagasse vs widely used and available bagasse-based feed can also be further studied using Avicel (R) with heat extrusion and pelleting.

[2] Polera Growers Co. (Palinpinon) - Growers, Tree Farming, Aquafarming, Energy. There is a movement in the biorenewables industry to twin both lignase-III systems to mineralize lignin to CH4 and ferment the cellulose fractions with fungi in tandem with Methanobrevibacter spp. Also CH4 to formate is to be shipped elsewhere for IBPN manufacturing to various infrastructural and capital products and consumables. The feasibility of this study for industry development will proceed, as we speak, with establishment where pulp mfging. is abundant and where environmental protection laws apply for the handling of cynanide-benzene solution as a chemical. Most likely in remote areas around the globe and where it is v. cold (perhaps for e. g. Siberia and the near-Arctic).

[3] Polera Feeds Co. (Palinpinon-Vancouver-area) - a subsidiary in Vancouver, B.C. CA in Feeds for Cara-Ranching, Piglets & Finishing, Fisheries, Goatary Dairying with Specialties in Functional AA Supplementation. Like the unique wheat based pasta, polenta, polera refers to the Indian golden yellow GE/back-crossed  & selected rice variety that we plan to develop in the Philippines and process via importation into the Vancouver market for export to China and the rest of Asia including the Philippines and India. Other varieties of pasta from rice and wheat, and flour starch from root-based crops with either wheat or rice may be marketed eventually in the African market and world-wide health food market.

[4] Genus Mariner Labs (see: Our 'colourful' website under 'Genus' and 'wixsite.com') (Palinpinon) - (see: site) (To be ceded in partnership as collabs in future.): (1) Priority is first on primary industry of growing submerged 'lawns' of seagrass for fodder eventually meant for locally produced hi-end producing dairy animal livestock, year-round and that are labelled as 'grass-fed' and treated GMO-free milk food products (MFP); (2) producing XL-GMO varieties of seagrass for a biosafe facility for hi-sugar complex carbohydrates for the healthfood supplement market - or even just conventional non-GMO hi-producing varieties; (3) hi-quality (HQ) biofuel feedstock in cellulose-fermenting bioethanol plants which currently use bagasse only as a byproduct of the sugarmilling industry on the Island; and (4) capital-intensive agropharming production with more sophisticated downstream processing vs. current fermentor vessel technology with microbial host and rec-DNA technology.

[5] CBDNet (Central Business District Network), Skye Blue Association (see our 'colourful' website at: http://americangryphon5.wixsite.com/americangryphon5) (Palinpinon) - GMC Car parts & distribution (import/export), we predict, will become available to our concept car or cab vehicles subject to further local investment in the Kabangkalan area by such American motoring concerns in concept mini cars and van-a-wagon formats.

     The rumour mill abounds with the latest possible news and developments regards the RP (Philippines) position and its potential investors: (1) the continued commitment of American and/or Canadian cos. to setup plant factories and parts distribution (import/export) to places like Cambodia and Southern China, for e. g., from a site like Kambangkalan Negros Occidental, RP (Philippines) where infrastruc-ture development seems to suggest strongly a possible investment by American firms; however, if this falls through, vis-a-vis foreign policy relations in the years ahead with the U. S. A., China instead might be made a stopping-off point from the socio-culturally-fit region in the South for such vehicular or commuter traffic sent to the RP (Philippines); (2) there is also the option from an Australian-German cooperative consortium or merger to develop an adapted vehicle "on the ground" for the RP (Philippines) and field it for export to or local manufacturing in the country. Both the prestigious carmaker BMW and the oft well-known Australian carmaker Holden (R) rings a bell to all of us in the West.

SKYEVIEW: The growing co-op movement will finally gain impetus from loans available from banques and stock investmentors and from locals engaged in share buying becoming more popular as confidence grows in these types of technological industrial offerings. Industriaization stemming from the co-op movement will be perceived tantamount to attain a higher standard of living from higher incomes obtained from better paying jobs and production of higher value-added goods and services. From "rice paddies'" humble beginnings three technological breakthrough through Indigenous human resources development plus licensing investments using technology transfer for hi-tech farming will emerge: 1) XL-Grow varieties, 2) Pharma used with GEditing with traits using CRISPR/Cas9 technology and 3)  Economically produced (viz. land lease and taxation) XL-Grow varieties as bioethanol feedstock in ligno-cellulose-fermenting plants that currently utilize bagasse from local sugarmills.

SKYEVIEW: Tropical ensilage effectiveness has always been speculated on due to elevated temperatures, high sugar content in SCT, the steep need to improve protein retention in biomass for hi-producing cattle and dairy producers, similar moisture content of fresh forage as with grasses and legumes. The role of accelerating the acidification of silage with direct applied biologics like PNA-B12 conjugated gene silencing mRNA-based nano-scale technology is probably prognosticated to be cost-effective as a prebiotic approach for higher demanding hi-bred producing livestock. 

SKYEVIEW: Despite rumours the new fishpond culture is taking hold in the PR we view the issue as another type of fishpond, from that perspective, given the practice of aquaponics wherein fish stocks or their fry are grown further with inputs of fish meal and the fish in turn fertilize important aquatic plant stock like our proposed seagrass and duckweed (perhaps not water hyacinthe), the latter for ducks, and former for the fish. Another issue is whether imported varieties or species, e. g. from the Southern and Eastern coasts of India and Sri Lanka, can be used internally in the Philippines but just in perimeterized surroundings amongst fishpond culturists without escape, especially if the species is ecologically invasive or aggressive to the natural flora in the surrounding sea. We still hold that Philippine policy should carry through with government benefits for land reform and land lease with taxation for the benefit of the tax payer base including subsidies and other infrastructural helps. What about ranching, mixed farming situation and outright sale of fodders for feedstock. The market could still be developed further including lucrative energy contracts compared to sugarcane bagasse that has to be heavily treated with biologicals (enzymes, fungi) and/or chemicals (acids like H2SO4 and bases like NaOH). One wonders if there is more energy from oil on the horizon for Filipino alikes in the near future and energy inputs become commonplace for industrialization- the hope for tomorrow for the Filipino.

(c) D. A. Flores. SKYE BLUE INTERNET. Port Coquitlam. BC. Canada V3B 1G3. 

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