Louisiana Farm

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Louisiana Farm Frontal View
Located at 50 acres of tropical forest land on mountain side
of Infanta, Quezon- eastern part of Luzon island Philippines.

Louisiana Farm is comprised of five independent operations:
Gamefowls Farm, Aquatic Farm, Organic Farm, Hydroponics
Farm
and Mini-Orchard Farm



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Frontal Road
The frontal road connecting the Marcos highway and nearby
barrio town. This is 300 meters away from the highway and
five kilometers to nearby baranggay with about 200 families.

Louisiana Gamefowls can host or provide cord walk areas to
interested gamefowl breeders, or those who are planning to
participate in major international slasher derbies in Manila ,
Philippines particulary in Araneta Coliseun - Roligon Cockpit.
Louisiana Gamefowls Farm is 90 kms ( 54 miles ) from these
areas via the new Marcos-Marikina-Infanta Hiway. E-mail us.

Ave. temp. is 20 C (70 F) Height is 2,500 ft. above sea level



 



The Integrated Corn Feed Farm
To assure farm fresh feeds, Louisiana Gamefowls cultivates one
acre of land for yellow corn and other varieties of grain feeds.


 



The Proposed Swine House
It is necessary for Louisiana Gamefowls to raise limited number of swine
to produce the required organic fertilizer to support the integrated feed
grain farming. The swine manure flushing are then deposited to a septic
tank which is designed to generate biogas for use in the farm cookings .

Louisiana Gamefowls supports and advocates sustainable land use and
development.


 



Aerial View of the Proposed Swine House
The sceneric view from a distance fronting the proposed swine house.
The size of the swine house is designed to contain the number of hogs
to produce the required organic fertilizer for integrated feed farming.
The area for integrated corn-feed farming is adjacent to swine house.



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Staff Cabin
The Boss and Staff cabin is located at the peak side of the cord area,
overlooking the gamefowls on cord walk. The cabin can accomodate
visitors for overnight stay to enjoy star gazing after a day's sparring.



 




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Louisiana Gamefowls Free-Range-Cage
Two months old chicks after brooder pen are free-ranged in 20 x 40
feet cage until they start fighting by the fourth to fifth months old.



 



Louisiana Gamefowls East Lane Cord Walk
The teepees are made from indegenious materials generated in the sorrounding
that contain the cord walk area. The t-pee roof is made from plasticised cotton.



 



Louisiana Gamefowls North Lane Cord Walk
The teepees are made from indegenious materials generated in the sorrounding
that contain the cord walk area. The t-pee roof is made from plasticised cotton.



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Fly and Scratch Pens
Fly and scratch pens are used for pre-keep conditioning (scratch pen not shown).
Cocks are rotated on regular intervals. Pullets are set in between pens as natural
conditioner-motivator for cocks.



 


Louisiana Gamefowls New Facility
To coup with the harsh mountain condition and weather especially during the rainny days
a Cock House Pavillion was contructed. Click the pic above to see the inside of cock house




 



Louisiana Gamefowls Do-it-all Equipment
One of the most used heavy equipment in Louisian Gamefowls - backhoe with dozer.
This equipment is being used for road development and conversion of raw lands into
rice terraces for sustainable farming. Conservation of forest and wise use of land is
the outmost priority for Louisiana Farm



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Do-it-all Equipment
Caterpilar D7F Bulldozer the heaviest equiptment of Louisiana Gamefowls.
This equipment is being used for road development and conversion of raw lands into
rice terraces for sustainable farming. Conservation of forest and wise use of land is
the outmost priority for Louisiana Farm



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Do-it-all Equipment
Crawler type mini dumper with built-in crane. A good partner for mini backhoe
This equipment is being used for road development and conversion of raw lands into
rice terraces for sustainable farming. Conservation of forest and wise use of land is
the outmost priority for Louisiana Farm



 



Louisiana Gamefowls- the Boss and Staffs
Junior and Willie S. Pineda owner-breeder ( both not shown in picture ), Cesar de Guszman
as "Labuyo" the farm manager, Teteng as "Asil" the leadman, Roman as "Talisain" the cook
(4th from left), Jonjon as "Kelso", Emboy as "Balili" & Jonathan (not shown) as "Asil 1" are
the farm assistant. Lito as "Yellow Leg" the feeder.



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Working Horse
Horsie the horse, this is the working and ran-errand horse for Louisiana Gamefowls.
The real macoy for all terrain carrier - up hill downhill. Just feed and bath him right.



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Guard Dogs and Goose
Hari the sniffer, Pogie the mean, Romana and Romanita the little scavengers,(not shown)
then the Goose



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Panoramic Mountain View
The panoramic mountain view of Lousiana Gamefowls once you are standing near the
cabin on top of the cord walk area. You have a 330 degrees view of the sorroundings.



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Water Source
One of the many creeks and springs that abound Louisiana Gamefowls Farm. This is one of the
water sources for the farm. One of these creeks may be used for power source in the future.



 




Louisiana Gamefowls' Recent Visitors
Some nature-loving friends of Louisiana Gamefowls appreciating the preserved
mother earth's beauty. Since the acquisition of this 50 acres of forest land the
area is since then guarded from poachers and illegal loggers. Greening a must !

They are not in America nor in Norway . . . . they are inside Louisiana Gamefowls'
Cabin !! Sure it's cold out . . . chilling cold !!?. Just 90 km from Manila !!!



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Sunrise
There's nothing else like waking-up in the morning with the sunrise greeting
you right in your doorstep with the panoramic view of your little gladiators.



 



Louisiana Gamefowls Sunset
After a day's hardwork in the farm, its revitalizing to sip some cold juice
while watching the sun set with the panoramic view of nearby mountains.



 



The old location at Taytay Rizal
Before the acquisition of the INfanta site the little gladiators were
range in an executive village subdivision vacant lot in Taytay Rizal
click this to view the old site
 



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Manila address: 2098 Road 9 NDC Compound, Sta. Mesa Manila, Philippines 1920
Tel. no.   (0632) 714-9176 Cellphone No. 0906 223-4511
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