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Tagalog, Native, and Bisaya Chicken

Tagalog, Native, and Bisaya Chicken

Chickens
If you are in Luzon, you will always hear “Tagalog na manok”, in the Visayas especially in rural areas, you will be offered “Bisaya nga manok”, but in any case regardless of where you are, you can always ask for “native na manok”. These three terms are actually interchangeable but in this article, we are going to explain how to properly use these terms. The Tagalog, native, and Bisaya chicken means the same breed or line of breeds – our own heritage breeds. You can find the lists of these native chicken breeds here. In the Visayas, especially in Negros Island, however, any chicken that is raised freely and not caged is sometimes called native. Even if the chicken is colored broiler like Hubbard, Sasso, or Dominant CZ, once they are pastured, their taste resembles the native breed...
Free range heritage chicken price guide – Philippines

Free range heritage chicken price guide – Philippines

Chickens
Many people are asking for the price of chicks and breeders so we created this guide to help everyone, especially those who are new in this industry, to provide them with a comprehensive guide on the current and future prices of heritage chicks and breeders. This guide is based on a number of data and references we collected from more than 50 breeders and sellers. If you are a breeder who thinks your birds cost more than what we have on the table, there is no law or policy that prohibits you from asking for a higher price for your birds. This guide is not bound by any law or policy in pricing. It is always your choice how much would you want to sell your chickens. For buyers, if you find something that is priced far higher than what we have here, decide with caution. You may also ...