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  Project Feasibility Study I.   IDENTIFYING INFORMATION  Project Title: Pig Production Project (5 sow level) Project Site: Barangay TucopDinalupihan, Bataan Project Beneficiaries: Community Residents and group of families who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.    Evylinda F. Manansala    Gina C. Guevarra    Regner Gelomio    Erlinda Prestosa    Romeo Sarmiento    Diana Sarmiento    Catalina D. Cahilig    Wilfredo H. Dorimon    Rebecca A. Tria    Mary Grace E. De Guzman    Edna Aguilar    Ednalyn F. Dawangon    Dina Barro    Reliza Reyes    Marites Soriano    Danilo Reyes    Cajefe Family    Miranda Family Proponent: Evylinda F. Manansala- District Relief Society First Councillor Duration: 5 years Total Project Cost: 581,985.00 Pesos Funding Agency: Latter Day Saints Charities II.   PROJECT DESCRIPTION   A.   Rational Our barangay is located 4 kilometers away from the town proper of Dinalupihan, Bataan which is known as one of the center of population in the  province. It has 48 barangay’s besides from its nearer to the City of Olongapo where the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority is located. The increasing population in the community and nearby area will surely best proof that the demand for pork  will also increase which is now a high time to produce the pork through the operation of a small scale pig population project to augment the need of the  populace in terms of pork. B.   Description 1.   Location The project will be located at Barangay TucopDinalupihan, Bataan on the backyard of the owner where pig houses were initially been constructed a few years back and were used for Hog Fattening project,  but due to the lack of Capital the pens are now vacant and could be utilized if the Proposed Project will be approved by the LDS Charities. 2.   Methodology After renovation of the duly constructed pens this will be disinfected twice before the arrival of the stocks which will be bought from reliable source and be selected properly by a skill Animal Husbanryman. The stocks should be six months of age, with good health and free from diseases. The animal’s will be feed and manage by the group of members at the age eight months or when the animal reaches 100-120 kg. liveweight and show signs of estues. They will be allowed to be mated and are expected to parrow when they reach the age of one year. Piglets will  be cared properly and be raised until market weight of 120kgs. Marketing will be done by live weight basis to reduce loses. 3.   The Product The enterprise will be engaged in the production of quality finished Hodge. III.   PROJECT PROPER A.   Goal of the Project The project is aimed towards increasing the income of the family through utilization of available resources. B.   Objectives 1.   To help increase pork production in the community. 2.   To make the project an income generating project. 3.   To serve as an employment among family members. 4.   To enhance our ability to earn a living through entrepreneurship. C.   Assumptions 1.   The project will be finance by the LDS charities. 2.   Labor source will come from family members. 3.   All supplies will be purchased properly by canvassing and choosing the lowest price.  4.   All terms and conditioning offered by the funding agency will be strictly implemented. IV.   PROJECT BUDGET  Cost and Return Analysis  –   For 5 sow level breeding  –   finishing project A.   Cost of Stocks- 5 six months old gilts 21,000.00 Per head  –    ₱ 105, 000.00 Total cost of Stocks  –   105, 000.00 B.   Cost of Feeds 1.   Hog Booster 50kgs- ₱93 .00/kg  –    ₱ 4,650.00 2.   Hog Pre- Starter- 25 bags @ ₱1,230.00 30,000.00 3.   Hog Starter Mash- 25 bags, ₱ 1500/ bag 75,000.00 @ 50kls. 4.   Hog Grower Mash- 107  bags, ₱1,425 152,475.00 @ 50kls. 5.   Hog Finisher Mash- 80 bags, ₱1,400@50kls. 112,000.00 6.   Hog Breeder Mash- 61 bags, ₱1, 265@50kls. 77,165.00 TOTAL COST OF FEEDS - ₱ 452,040.00 C.   Drugs and Biologics 1.   Iron Dextran  –  45 dozen @ ₱106/dose - 4,770.00 2.   Antibiotics - Robipenstrep ₱ 170/ sow- 850.00 3.   Hog Cholera Vaccine  –    45 doses @ ₱120/dose 5,400.00 4.    Negosant wound spray  –    5 tube @ ₱175.00 875.00 5.   Tincture of Iodine  –   30x5 = 150.00 6.   Vitamin ADE @ ₱160/sow 800.00  7.   Vitamin B complex @ ₱330/sow  1,650.00 8.   Ivomec Injection @ ₱510/sow  2,550.00 9.   Disinfectants 400.00 TOTAL COST OF DRUGS AND BIOLOGICS ₱ 17,445.00 D.   Boar Service Fee- ₱1500/service 7,500.00  TOTAL BUDGETARY REQUIREMENTS ₱ 581,985.00  V.   EXPECTED INCOME  A.   Assumption I 1.   Sales from 60 heads finished hogs with 120kgs- ₱ 702,000.00 averageliveweight @ ₱19 0 2.   Sales from empty feeds bags 299 pieces- ₱20/ piece  - 5,980.00 TOTAL GROSS INCOME ₱1,373,980.00  LESS TOTAL EXPENSES 581,985.00  NET PROFIT ₱791 ,995.00 B.   Assumption II 1.   Sales from 60 heads finished with 120kgs- ₱1,404,000 .00 Liveweight @ ₱19 5/kg. 2.   Sales from empty feeds bags 299- ₱20/piece s- 5,980.00 TOTAL GROS S INCOME ₱1,409,980 .00 LESS EXPENSES 581,985.00  NET PROFIT ₱ 827,995.00 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 A.   Revenues on sales kilograms  produce price per kg. Empty feed bags  per piece 7,200.00 190.00 1,368,000.00 299.00 20.00 5,980.00 14,400.00 191.00 2,750,400.00 598.00 20.00 11,960.00 14,400.00 192.00 2,764,800.00 598.00 21.00 12,558.00 14,400.00 193.00 2,779,200.00 598.00 23.00 13,754.00 14,400.00 195.00 2,808,000.00 598.00 25.00 14,950.00 B.   Less operating expenses 1.   Stocks 2.   Feeds 3.   Drugs and Biologics 4.   Boar service fee TOTAL 105,000.00 452,000.00 17,455.00 7,500.00 581,985.00 1,009,000.00 34,890.00 15,000.00 1,035,805.00 1,009,000.00 34,890.00 15,000.00 1,035,805.00 1,025,000.00 35,600.00 16,000.00 1,054,100.00 1,350,000.00 35,800.00 16,000.00 1,086,800.00 C.    NET PROFIT 71,995.00 1,726,555.00 1,741,553.00 1,738,854.00 1,736,150.00 Prepared by: Randolf Collado and Evylinda F. Manansala Dinalupihan Branch President and Distict Relief Society First Councillor
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