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Backyard Farming to Commercial Farming is the Key

While doing agriventures for our #FLPH farms, I noticed one thing in common to most of the farmers. They are mostly small scale backyard farmers. They produce goods probably enough to support their daily needs, or worst kulang pa sa kanila. I have no issue against backyard farmers. We need a lot of them to support our local agriculture production. ... Read More »

What LEGACY you want to LEAVE behind?

In this world, nothing is constant except death, taxes, illnesses and changes. Unlike other events, you have the option to plan for these ahead. How would you like to be remembered when you are gone? It may seem taboo to most of us to discuss within our family, but that’s a fact of life. Plan before it happens. For some, ... Read More »

Financial Freedom is a Marathon

FINANCIAL FREEDOM is a marathon, not a sprint. People tend to get excited at the start. They attend seminars, listen to speakers and mingle with others. Unfortunately, excitement dwindles along the way. They stop attending financial seminars. They pretend they know all already. They go back to old ways. You see, investing for your future is boring. Watching your money ... Read More »

Hog Raising Venture

Up to date, #FinanciallyLiteratePH have more than 950 hogs raised in various farms in Laguna and Quezon. This is one of the agri venture that some of our members are in to. It’s a good venture considering that the market and the demand for pork is there. There are risks involve, but that is part of the investment process. That is ... Read More »

Buttons Up Mushroom

ButtonsUP Mushroom Farm was founded by Cecille “Egay” Santos. She was a former domestic helper in Singapore. Together with her older sister, Che Garcia, they grow the business. Both of them are active members of our #FinanciallyLiteratePH community. They already went back to Philippines for good and decided to do full time on the mushroom business. Way back in early 2015, ... Read More »