Municipal Agriculturist

Service Pledge

We are committed to provide the highest quality service and pledge to achieve our front line services with urgency, transparency and integrity.

Services:

Veterinary Services
About the Service:

The Agriculture Office provides veterinary services for livestock and pets, especially dogs. Veterinary services cover consultation, vaccination (e.g. anti-rabies, deworming, etc.) and treatment. Clients may request for scheduling of services through an Agricultural Technologist or they may visit the Office at Canibungan at barangay Villahermosa.

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Request for Services

Client approaches the Agricultural Technologist (AT) and requests that services be scheduled for his/her area-or-Client goes directly to the Agriculture office, bringing along his/her livestock/pet for treatment.

Dario J. Cuenca
Agricultural Technologist
 
 
Ronnie Gonzales
A.I. Technician/Livestock
Technician
 
 
Dr. Alfred Mel Dagaylo-an
Vet. I

2. interview/Assessment

Veterinarian takes the animal’s medical history, conducts medical examination, does tentative diagnosis and requests for owner information.

 
Scheduled services
Next day
 
Walk in clients:
30 minutes
 
Urgent Requests:(eg. Difficulty in calving)
Immediate response
3. Treatment

Veterinarian treats the animal, educates the client and prescribes medicine for home medication, if any, whenever available~ veterinary supplies are provided by the Agriculture. Otherwise. the animal owner will have to secure these.

Animal Dispersal Program
About the Service:

QUALIFIED FARMERS who would like to raise livestock and poultry may avail the program. Animals available for dispersal are cattle, carabaos and goats. Under this program, (depending on the availability of animals), the Local Government Unit of Poianco disperses female cattle or carabao to the qualified recipients. The recipient shall return to the LGU Polanco, thru the Municipal Agriculturist or its duty authorized representative the first offspring upon reaching the age of 10-12 months regardless of sex and returns the dam or the second offspring at the recipient’s option, 10-12 months after the second delivery.

Clients must approach the Agricultural Technologist (AT) assigned in their barangay and or visit the Agriculture Office.

Requirements:

  • Community Tax Certificate(CTC)/Residence Certificate
  • Two (2) 1×1 ID picture
  • P100.00 for Notarial Fees

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Request and Initial Assessment
Approach an AgriculturaI Technologist (AT) or go to the Agriculture Office and submit the
requirements. Agricultural
Technologist/Veterinarian checks the requirements and does initial assessment.

 
30 minutes

 
 
 
The Agricultural Technologist assigned to the barangay or Veterinarian.
 
 
 
 
 

2.Field Validation
AT validates whether you can provide:

  1. Adequate pasture area
  2. Portable water supply
  3. Suitable Housing

 
1 day

3.Contract Approval
A contract between you and the Municipal Government will be prepared.
15 minutes  
 
Dr. Alfred Mel P. Dagaylo-an
Vet. I
4. Release of Livestock

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Request for release schedule, Livestock are released upon the presentation of your contract.

 
Within 3 days
Issuance Of Livestock Shipping Permit And Health And Death Certificates
About the Service:

Livestock Shipping permits, along with health Certificates, are required from shippers before cattle, carabao, swine and other livestock can be transported outside the municipality, within the province• Health Certificates are issued to certify that the animals to be transported live do not have any communicable diseases. These are also required for pet dogs and cats before they can be shipped to other areas within the province.

Death Certificates for livestock are needed by crop and livestock insurance companies before they can process claim for indemnity.

The Agriculture Office issues these permits and certificates.

Requirements:

Health certificate and Livestock Shipping permit

  • Barangay Clearance
  • License as shipper (for livestock)
  • Certificate of Ownership or Transfer (Cattle and Carabao)
  • Vaccination records (Rabies Vaccination Certificate for dogs and Cats)

Death Certificate

  • Barangay Certification or Affidavit of 2 Disinterested Persons attesting to the Deaths Certificate of Ownership or transfer (Cattle and Carabao)
  • Community Tax Certificate
  • Picture of the Dead Animal

How to Avail of the Service:

1. Health Certificate and Livestock Shipping Permit

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Request for Certificate/Permit

Client brings the animal(s) to the Agriculture office and requests for the issuance of the certificate/permit.
For livestock, especially large cattle, the client may request that the certifying officer visit the animals at the shipper’s pooling and loading area.

 
 
 
 
 
Within a Day
 
 
 
Dr. Alfred Mal P. Dagayloan
Vet I
Dario J. Cuenca
AT
2. Inspection

The Veterinarian/AT/Livestock inspects the animals and ensures that they do not have any communicable diseases.

3. Preparation of Certification

Veterinarian prepares and approves the certification/permit and attaches the requirements above.

The certificate/permit should be presented by the shipper at checkpoints located along the highways leading to the livestock destination.

2. Death Certificate

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Request for Certificates

Client reports to the Agriculture Office the death of the livestock and request for the issuance of a death certificate.

2. Inspection and Photographic Evidence

The Livestock Offices/Veterinarian goes with the client to the area where the dead livestock is being held. He validates the cause of death. The client, then, takes photograph of the dead animal. The photos must be taken from atleast 3 different positions.

15 minutes
(may vary depending on travel time)
3. Preparation of Certification
Livestock Officer/Veterinarian prepares a necropsy Report.  This is certified by the Municipal Agriculturist.
Within the day  
Dr. Alfred Mel P. Dagayloan
Vet I

Edgar M. Agayan
Municipal Agriculturist

4. Submission to Insurance Company

Client submits the report/Certification along with the requirements above to the livestock insurance company. Client submits the report/Certification along with the requirements above to the livestock insurance company.

Slaughtering Of Livestock And Issuance Of Meat Inspection Certificate
About the Service:

Livestock to be sold in the Local Market must be slaughtered in the Polanco Municipal Abattoir. Livestock raisers, Meat vendors are to bring the animals for inspection before they are slaughtered

Requirements:

  • Barangay Clearance
  • Certificate of Ownership/Transfer
  • Shipping Permit (if needed)
  • Meat Inspection Certificate (should be displayed at the stall)
  • Official Receipt

Fees:

HOGS

Public Consumption Home Consumption
Slaughter Fee
Post Mortem Fee
Coral Fee
Permit FEE
P 10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
P 10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
TOTAL               P 60.00 P 50.00

LARGE ANIMALS

Public Consumption Home Consumption
Slaughter Fee
Post Mortem Fee
Ante Mortem Fee
Coral Fee
Permit Fee
P 40.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
30.00
P 40.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
TOTAL P 100.00 P 90.00

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Weighing (Optional) 5 minutes Any Agriculture Personnel
2. Inspection and Presentation of Document

Present documents and livestock for inspection

2 minutes RONNIE GONZALES
Meat Inspector-designate
3. Animal Observation and Animal Surveillance

Animal shall be placed in a pen holder for observations

10 minutes RONNIE GONZALES
Meat Inspector-designate
4. Slaughter ProcessHogsCattle 1 Hour
1 Hour
Private Butchers
5. Post Mortem Inspection and Branding

Owner presents the meat for inspection and branding

3 minutes RONNIE GONZALES
Meat Inspector-Designate
Technical Assistance Farmer’s Field School For Rice And Corn

About the Service:

The Municipal Agriculture Office (MAO) provides assistance thru the Season-long training for rice and corn.

Clients may visit the office or text or approach Agricultural Technologist assigned in the barangay.

Requirements:

  • Bonafide rice and corn farmer in the area

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Approach, Text or call an Agricultural Technologist 2 minutes Rice:
SUSAN Q. EMPEYNADO

Corn:
ALMA D. MAGBARIL
AMBROSIO S. RUBI

2. Information Division

 The AT receives the inquiry and provides the information on the scheme and duration of the class.

2 minutes
3. Conduct of courtesy call to the Barangay Captain 1 minutes
3. AT Master list’s the Farmer Cooperator & Farmer Partner

Survey on the Baseline Data collection before the beginning of the regular class. Conduct final listing of participants in preparation for the first day of the Field School.

4 minutes
4. Conduct of Weekly classes

Every week, the group meets for their in the rice-field or in the lecture hall.

16 minutes
Technical Assistance Farm Input Assistance
About the Service:

Client may visit the office, text or approach Agricultural Technologist assigned in the barangay

Requirements:

  • Cash amount worth P 600.00(50% subsidized by the government) for Rice Certified Seeds
  • Cash amount worth P30000 for Corn Hybrid Seeds (subsidized by the government
  • Official receipts from the Municipal Treasurer’s Office signifying the specific kind and quantity of seedlings purchased.

How to Avail of the Service:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
1. Approach, text or call an Agricultural Technologist.

Client visits or approaches AT assigned in the barangay and inquire about the seeds availability including the prices of the specific commodity.

2. Information Division

The AT receives the inquiry and provides the information on seeds availability including the prices of the specific commodity.

3. Receives Payment for Certified Seeds (Rice and Corn)

Receives and records the Official Receipt No.
(For HVCC)

Records the OR No., Name of Beneficiary, and Date of payment, kind and quantity of seedlings purchased.

2 minutes Rice:
SUSAN Q. EMPEYNADO

Corn:
ALMA D. MAGBARIL
AMBROSIO S. RUBI

HVCC:
EMELITA P. ANDCON
JULIETO F. DELLABA

4. Agricultural Technologist Master lists in the Client

The farmer is required to affix his/her signature in the Master list containing the basic information about the farmer.  The seeds or planting material are then released to the farmer.

4 minutes