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Mission Statement
In Alaminos Goat Farm, we love and enjoy what we are doing. The pioneering work that we have done has opened the door for goat raisers and the government to see the huge potential of milking goats in  tropical Philippines.
For the Filipino Farmers whose lives we want to touch, the Alaminos Salad Garden Feeding Program is for you. It is our stand that good goat nutrition together with good dairy genetics are the key factors to be successful in milking goats in the tropics. We believe that the Alaminos Salad Garden with Indigofera is a cost effective way to help  farmers in the countryside make their goats to be more productive.

The blessings we continue to receive pushes us to pursue our advocacy by sharing our experiences with Indigofera for good goat nutrition openly.

Sharing doable technology in dairying goats is what we do best. Creating awareness that goat dairying in tropical Philippines is a sustainable and profitable enterprise is our life long commitment.

visit us in Alaminos and see the extensive work we have done in making goat dairying  profitable under the hot, cold, humid, dry and wet weather in a tropical setting.

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Visitors From Land Bank Countryside Development Foundation
Visitors From Land Bank Countryside Development Foundation

Land Bank Countryside Development Foundation Team Visits AGF
January 22, 2015

Today we welcomed Land Bank Countryside Development Foundation Head Domingo Diaz in Alaminos Goat Farm. Gil Carandang, Land Bank UPLB Edwin Ramos and Nor Buno completed the group.ARD Dr Wilson Cerbito our partner in SAIS RED project in the Samar Island arranged the farm visit.

The Land Bank Countryside Development Foundation, Bangon Organic Mini-Farm Project is helping out Typhoon Yolanda victims in Leyte and Samar through their mini-farm projects. Gil Carandang is their consultant for planting organic vegetables  in the mini farm project.and  helping the farmers market their produced. The foundation is  looking at possibilities in adding goat dairying to the mini-farm project they are supporting.

We at Alaminos Goat Farm are open to provide technical assistance to the LB Countryside Development Foundation in their goat dairying project they plan to add to their Bangon Organic Mini-Farm project in Leyte and Samar Island.

Anglo Saanen Cross AGF CAM 916 with Her Pair of Kid Does
Anglo Saanen Cross AGF CAM 916 with Her Pair of Kid Does

Anglo Saanen Cross
January 22, 2015

Anglo Saanen Cross AGF CAM 916 kidded a pair of kid does on January 22, 2014. Sire is Goldthwaite Gintong Biyaya. The kid does are now heavy in Anglo Nubian blood and we would like to see their performance in the milking line in terms of milk yield.

Anglo Saanen Cross Doeling  of SAIS RED Project in the Samar Islands
Anglo Saanen Cross Doeling of SAIS RED Project in the Samar Islands

AGF Supports SAIS RED Project in Samar Island
January 18. 2014

To bring doable technology in dairying goats to the countryside, we are supporting DA RFO VIII in their SAIS RED Project in the Samar Island. Last November, 2014 we shipped 32 heads of dairy goats to our Tacloban, Leyte based partners.

Shipping Dairy Goats to the Samar Island


Anglo Saanen Cross Dairy Goats

To show our commitment and sincerity we have bred almost half of the dairy goats we shipped with our imported dairy bucks.

Unfortunately after a year after Typhoon Hainan another typhoon named Typhoon Ruby hit the area in Samar Island and Leyte in December.

Initial report from our SAIS RED partner ARD Dr. Wilson Cerbito, some of the dairy goats distributed had died after typhoon Ruby hit the area. The ones that were placed at the Malitbog Goat Station are doing good according to Dr.Cerbito.

We continue to pray that in our own little way we can help the SAIS RED Project be successful and help the farmers in the countryside of Samar improve their lives through goat dairying.


Top Milking First Freshening Anglo Saanen Cross AGF 545
Top Milking First Freshening Anglo Saanen Cross AGF 545

First Freshening Anglo Saanen Cross, AGF 545 Doing Well
ary 17, 2015

Top milking first freshening Anglo Saanen Cross, AGF 545. She milked out today at 2.8 kilos. We started milking her once a day starting December 8, 2014, she nursed her twin kid does for 60 days before we started milking her. She had a triplets in her first kidding 2 kid does and a buckling kid. The buckling kid was transferred to a foster dam.


Young Kids of the Alaminos Dairy Breed Improvement Program
Young Kids of the Alaminos Dairy Breed Improvement Program

2015  AGF Dairy Breed Improvement Program
January 16, 2015

Breeding superior dairy goats ideal to the tropical environment in the Philippines is a very long process. Expert geneticist we have consulted had warned us that breeding for improvement is a very slow process. Breed improvement requires patience in selection through long years of hard work and investment. Every year we count our blessings no matter how small the improvement we have made. Adding up the improvement made through the years have  surprised us in what we have achieved. The biggest benefit we have seen is the improvement made have become more permanent within the breed.


Saanen Kids
Saanen Kids

The work done at AGF calls for the production of purebred Anglo Nubians and Saanen that are suitable to the tropical climate and capable of doing 2 liters of milk per day. They would form part of the foundation stock for the commercial production of the Anglo Saanen Cross.

Through the years we have taken advantage of hybrid vigor by crossing the Anglo Nubian does with high powered Saanen buck imported from Australia and the United States. Our top milkers in Alaminos for the past several years have been the Alaminos Anglo Saanen cross. Science was again proven right that  by out crossing two different breeds would result to enhance performance of their offspring.  The hetoritic effect can be seen from the very start at kidding. The offsprings are more adaptable to the tropical climate that would result to trouble free growth with the good goat nutrition provided in Alamnos.

In 2015, we will continue to add more Anglo Saanen Cross milkers to the milking line. The increased numbers of Anglo Saanen cross in the milking line will give us the opportunity to record their daily milk performance as a group. These will form part of  our basis in recommending the Anglo Saanen Cross milkers as ideal milkers for a profitable and sustainable dairy goat business in the Philippines.

Good Start For 2015, Selling Breeders at AGF
January 11, 2015

Selling goats at Alaminos Goat Farm have always been good. 2015 is pointing to another good year for AGF breeder sales with the very good reception we are getting from customers. For 2015 we have pre-sold more than 70 heads of dairy breeders not yet born.The dairy breeders will come from AGF does which starts kidding this February.

2015 will be another exciting year trying to meet commitments made and at the same time meeting the dairy breeder requirement of AGF dairy operation. We expect to see the big progress we have made in the AGF Dairy breed improvement program with solid milk numbers documented by end of 2015. Feed backs from customers will also be collected.

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Alaminos Goat Farm

Art Almeda
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Alaminos, Laguna, PH
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