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POULTRY, LIVESTOCK AND CORN CLUSTER . AF 2025 Mid-Year Conference: Assessment and Ways Forward 07 October 2011, PSSC, Diliman , Quezon City. Component Sectors:. Poultry Broiler Layer Livestock Hog Dairy Cattle Beef Cattle Small ruminants Corn.

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poultry livestock and corn cluster

POULTRY, LIVESTOCK AND CORN CLUSTER

AF 2025 Mid-Year Conference:

Assessment and Ways Forward

07 October 2011, PSSC, Diliman, Quezon City

component sectors
Component Sectors:
  • Poultry
  • Broiler
  • Layer
  • Livestock
  • Hog
  • Dairy Cattle
  • Beef Cattle
  • Small ruminants
  • Corn

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sector goals
Sector Goals
  • Food self-sufficiency
  • Food safety and quality
  • Increased jobs and income
  • Educated and trained farming sector
  • Increased trade surplus

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af 2025 priority programs strategies policy recommendations
AF 2025 Priority Programs, Strategies, & Policy Recommendations

1. Strict enforcement of anti-smuggling laws

2. Review of the local government code

3. Government credit and insurance programs

4. Zoning ordinances

5. Post-harvest facilities

6. Specific sector recommendations stated in the AF2025 Conference Output paper

chronology of post summit af2025 process
Chronology of Post-Summit AF2025 Process
  • February 10-11, 2011 -Summit in Antipolo
  • March 8, 2011 – Designation of TF Coordinators by Sen. Pangilinan
  • March 16, 2011- TF Coordinators Meeting
  • March 29, 2011- TF on Poultry, Livestock and Corn Sector Meeting
  • April 6, 2011- TF Coordinators Mtg. with Sen. Pangilinan
  • May 9, 2011- TF meeting re DA Budget
  • May 19, 2011- TF Coordinators Mtg. w/ Sen. Pangilinan re: Budget
  • May 24, 2011- TF on PLCS Meeting
  • May 25, 2011- Presentation of TForces Output at Club Filipino
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Chronology of Post-Summit AF2025 Process

  • June 9, 2011 - Dialogue with Secretary Proceso Alcala

(Designation of Asec Dave Catbagan as DA-Focal Person who will work with TF on PLCS)

  • June 23, 2011 - TF on PLCS Meeting with AsecCatbagan
  • July 22, 2011 - LDC Executive Committee Meeting
  • August 10, 2011 - TF on PLCS Meeting with AsecCatbagan
  • August 16, 2011- Presentation of TF Activities to the NAFC Committee on Poultry, Livestock and Feed Crops with Mrs. Rufina Salas as chair
  • September 16, 2011- TF on PLCS follow up meeting
  • September 19, 2011- TF on PLCS meeting
budget 2012 priorities
BUDGET (2012) Priorities

1. National Corn Program

2011 – P534.3M

Proposed – P1.029 B

NEP – P950M

2011- 0

Proposed – P392.31M

NEP – P339.26M

Proposed – P1.029 B

NEP – P1.027 B

Proposed – P99.956 M

NEP – P50M

  • 2. Post Harvest Facilities
  • 3. National Livestock Program
  • - Strengthening of Diagnostic and Biological Infrastructures
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BUDGET (2012) Priorities

Proposed – P58.273M NEP – P10.9

Proposed – P58.391M NEP – P15.938M

NEP – P188.25M

(Triple A Slaughterhouse)

Proposed – P20.386M

NEP – P19M

  • - Strengthening of Feed Laboratories
  • Improvement of Quarantine Facilities and Services
  • - Improvement of Meat Establishment

3. Livestock Development Council

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KEY PRIORITIES

1. Establishment of Genetic Improvement Board (Dairy and Beef)

Status:A study on the Establishment of a Genetic Improvement Board was presented during the July 22, 2011 meeting of the LDC Council. The dairy sector has a resolution creating a Board of Animal Registry

Way Forward:

  • The study is for review of the relevant agencies (PCC, NDA) and consultations with stakeholders.
  • For possible legislation.

A. DAIRY SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

2. Policy on truth in labeling, i.e., UHT processed milk should not be labeled as “fresh”

Status:TheDairy Confederation has asked DA to support Rep. KimiCojuangco’s bill on the definition and labeling of fresh milk.

Way Forward: For Legislation

A. DAIRY SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

1. Establishment of Genetic Improvement Board -

Same as Dairy

2. Create a national policy on the preservation of wet markets

Status:DA- AO 22 entitled “Rules & Regulations in the Handling of Frozen and Chilled Meat Products in the Meat Markets” to assure food safety by avoiding comingling of thawing frozen meat with fresh meat.

  • Establishment of Genetic Improvement Board –

Same as Dairy

B. BEEF CATTLE SECTOR

C. SMALL RUMINANTS

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KEY PRIORITIES

  • Establishment of Triple A Slaughterhouses, cold storage and cold chain facilities

Status:BAI has submitted to the DA the market development plan for Double A Slaughterhouses and for the phasing-in of Triple A slaughterhouses. A budget of P180 M is included in the NEP for the building of Triple A Slaughterhousesfor 2012.

Way Forward: For consultation with the hog sector where to locate the Triple A Slaughterhouses. The next phase is the establishment of poultry dressing plants for small-and medium-scale farmers and traders.. (DA-Livestock Program)

D. HOG SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

2. Single tariff classification on meat and offals /MDMs

Way Forward: The NEDA-TRM will consider raising the tariff rate of offals from 5% to 35% and MDMs up to 20% except for liver in view of WTO rice import concession. The sector will file a petition to increase the tariff rate of offals from 5% to 35%.

D. HOG SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

3. Misdeclaration of meat products as offals or MDMs

Status:NMIS is conducting inspections during unloading of meat products in accredited cold storage facilities to verify or avoid misrepresentation of such products

Way Forward:

  • NMIS to inspect all cold storage facilities
  • Issuance of an AO for mandatory accreditation of cold storage facilities

D. HOG SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

4. More effective trigger price for SSG duties in accordance with Chapter III Sec. 24 of RA 8800

Way Forward: DA-Policy and Planning and BAI will study and determine a more effective trigger price for the importation of SSG duties to counter import surges.

D. HOG SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

1. Classification of Post-Harvest Facility site as agro-industrial

2. Removal of 1% expanded sales tax on corn grains or corn on cob sale of farmers to Corn Centers

3. Removal of LGU fees and taxes by NFA and LGU on farm machineries

Status:Referred by the National Corn Program to the NFA and DAR.

E. CORN SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

4. Establish a GIS-supported database for corn farm lands and project sites of Post harvest facilities

Status:Under consideration by OSEC

5. Stop excessive importation of chicken and pork meats

Status:National Corn Board has submitted a letter to the OSEC.

Way Forward:DA must develop a Philippine negotiating position in consultation with the stakeholders.

E. CORN SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

6. DA support for Biotechnology vis-à-vis LGUs

Status: The proposal to develop a Biotechnology Program vis-à-vis LGUs was submitted to the DA

Way Forward: Conduct of stakeholders’ consultation

E. CORN SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

1. Removal of the Minimum-Access-Volume (MAV) on chicken on the ground that the in-quota and out-quota tariff rates have been equal since 2005 based on the Philippine Schedule of Commitments with the WTO.

Status: The DA sought the opinion of the DOJ on the issue last 21 December 2010. Follow up was made with a letter sent on 20 July 2011. No reply from the DOJ as of this date.

Way Forward: For the MAV Secretariat to follow up with the DOJ bureaucracy so that efforts can be made to have an opinion from Secretary de Lima of DOJ.

F. POULTRY SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

2. Nutritional analysis of Mechanical Deboned Meat (i.e., a gel like by-product used by processors as extenders)

Status:NMIS has already conducted the analysis. There is an on-going public consultation on the Administrative Order re: Guidelines on the Handling and Usage of Mechanically Deboned Meat and for implementation.

Way Forward: NMIS will furnish the stakeholders the results of the analysis for study and verification.

F. POULTRY SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

3. Development of a data system to assure fair trade and assist in anti-smuggling efforts which would entail the following:

  • normal values for poultry and hogs from exporting countries, SSG payments, PEZA data, and regular reconciliation of MAV arrivals with MAV utilization;

b) coordinate with the BOC to establish a fairer reference price as a basis for imposing tariffs;

F. POULTRY SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

c) acquiring data on volume of exports from countries of origin specific to poultry and hogs and compared with BOC arrival data to capture underreporting similar to IMF &UNCOMTRADE

Status:Sec. Alcala has approved the request during the TF on PLCS dialogue with him on 09 June 2011.

Way Forward: Initial presentation to Sec. Alcala and stakeholder during the TF PLCS meeting on October 26, 2011.

F. POULTRY SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

4.Monitoring of chicken and pork products entering the country through the PEZA including Subic and Clark.

Status:DA already issued directives to PEZA to first liquidate the used VQCs before issuing new VQCs to monitor importation. Out of four companies doing re export, only one complied.

Way Forward: Stricter monitoring of NMIS and BAI

F. POULTRY SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

5. Update of the BAI feed standards program as a complement to the NMIS food safety program of antibiotic residue testing.

Status: BAI already submitted the Quality Assurance Program. BAI and other DA Agencies are capable of testing aflatoxins, antibiotic residues except for amino acids.

Way Forward:

  • Empower the buyers of commercial feeds, informing them where to file a complaint and the procedures to do so.
  • Request for Budget for laboratory to test amino acids.

F. POULTRY SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

6. Announce a policy of no special importation (0% tariff and/or no SSG duties) to discourage those who want to avoid SSG duties when the MAV has been exhausted or artificially underutilized.

Status: In practice, no pressure from DA unlike in the past. However, no clear effort to institutionalize the policy. There is disagreement between DA and stakeholders.

Way Forward: As temporary compromise, to have periodic announcements after due consultations that a special importation is unnecessary. As an additional way forward, to develop strict trigger conditions as to when special importations can be done.

F. POULTRY SECTOR

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KEY PRIORITIES

1. Anti-Smuggling

Based on the presentation of the Federation of Philippine Industries, the Average Annual Disparity between International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the UN Commodity Trade Statistics Database (UNCOMTRADE) figures on total exportsto the Philippines and the import figuresof the BoC are as follows:

  • US$14Billion/yr or PhP700Billion (US$1 = PhP50)
  • Impact on government revenues: PhP120 Billion (12% VAT and 5% duties) per annum

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

  • Underreporting percentage: 25%

(The underreporting for the years 2007, 2008, 2009 are 15.97%, 24.15%, 26.54%, respectively.)

  • For chicken, 2010 total imports – 101,957,447 kgs, 25% = 25,489,361.75 kgs.
  • For Mavable products – 2010 total – 42,436,666 kgs., 25%=10,609,166.5

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

Proposals

  • Transparency on data by DA and BoC
  • Develop data specific to chicken to capture underreporting similar to IMF &UNCOMTRADE
  • OSEC should develop data on normal values, SSG, PEZA, and MAV utilization on top of the current import arrival data at NTFPVW
  • No to special importation
  • Single Classification (meats & offals)

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

2. LGU Taxes, Fees, and Other Ordinances

Problems:

  • High taxes
  • Passing-through fees
  • Revenue measures disguised as health ordinances
  • Zoning and Land Conversion
  • Restrictions on biotechnology

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

2. LGU Taxes, Fees, and Other Ordinances

Proposals:

  • Review of the Local Government Code by the legislature
  • DA interface with the DILG
  • National Land Use Law

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

2. LGU Taxes, Fees, and Other Ordinances

Status:Dep. Dir. Felix Valenzuela of LDC conferred with the DILG regarding taxes and passing-through fees. The view of the DILG is that legislation is the only solution. Dir. Leandro Gazmin of AMAS interfaced with the League of Municipalities also with the same results. BAI has committed to compile a list of ordinances on LGU fees.

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

2. LGU Taxes, Fees, and Other Ordinances

  • Legislation to review and reform the Local Government Code
  • Presidential policy statement on food security with LGU concerns as part of the package of reforms

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

2. LGU Taxes, Fees, and Other Ordinances

  • On land use, study and support bills on National Land Use especially those which addressed agricultural security of tenure and land conversion issues. In the Senate, the proposed bills are, SBN109 (Honasan), SBN 141 (PiaCayetano), SBN 647 (Estrada), SBN 1369 (Legarda), and SBN2673 (Zubiri). In the House, there is a proposed Farm Bill by Reps. Mark Llandro L. Mendoza, Wilfrido Mark M. Enverga, and Lorenzo R. Tanada III, Chapter 6, Sections 35-39 of which tackle national land use.

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

2. LGU Taxes, Fees, and Other Ordinances

  • On biotechnology, either a national policy statement by the DA or the President and/or legislation as part of a review of the LGC.
  • Dep. Dir. MindaManantan of NMIS suggested the development of an incentive scheme for LGUs which support agriculture and do not impose passing-through fees.

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

3. National Environmental Laws and Regulations

  • Request for DA to shepherd the small-and medium-scale players into the compliance process and to prototype compliance techniques and technologies

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

3. National Environmental Laws and Regulations

  • Status: LDC, through Dir. Jarmin, invited the DENR and the LLDA to present their respective requirements and compliance assistance programs on 22 July 2011. During that meeting, the LLDA stated that the Baras Business Council (BBC) in Rizal province is part of its compliance assistance program. Mr. Cedric Sycip and Mr. Alex Gosun of the BBC were invited to the 10 August 2011 meeting of the PLCTF. They informed the TF that they have developed a set technologies which they hope the LLDA and DENR would consider as compliance with environmental laws.

G. COMMON CONCERNS

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KEY PRIORITIES

3. National Environmental Laws and Regulations

Way Forward:

  • The proposed technologies developed by BBC which are applicable nationwide will be presented to BAR for validation.
  • The LDC has been designated as the Shepherd of the sectors with respect to compliance with environmental laws.

G. COMMON CONCERNS

concluding remarks
CONCLUDING REMARKS

According to the United States Council on Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST), globally, agriculture faces unprecedented challenges such as increases in demand for livestock-based foods in Asia, climate change that threatens to decrease production capacity in many places around the world, and increasing demand due to continuing rapid population growth in some poor countries (Agricultural Productivity Challenges for the Future: Addressing U.S. and Global Challenges, CAST Issue Paper Number 45, January 2010).”

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concluding remarks1
CONCLUDING REMARKS

As a result, the most significant trend in the world today is that countries are planning on the assumption that food will NOT be cheap and easily available in the international market. Long-term food security based on local production is now a necessity. We are hopeful that the Department of Agriculture (DA) realizes this and will embrace our advocacies and that of other NGO’s.

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AF 2025 TASK FORCE ON POULTRY, LIVESTOCK

AND CORN SECTOR

Atty. Elias Jose Inciong-Chairperson

Asst. Secretary Dave Catbagan- Co Chairperson

Task Force Members

  • Mr. Gregorio San Diego, UBRA 1. Dir. Manuel Jarmin, LDC
  • Mr. Butch Umengan, NCCB 2. Atty Jane Bacayo, NMIS
  • Dr. Zosimo de Leon, NFHFI 3. Dir .EfrenNuestro, BAI
  • Mr. Edwin Chen, Propork 4. Adm. Grace Cenas, NDA
  • Ms. Sharon Tan, Propork 5. Atty. Vero Librojo, DA MAV
  • Mr. Roger Navarro, Philmaize 6. OIC Dir. Noel Padre, DA-PRS
  • Mr. Danny Fausto, Dairycon 7. Dir. Libertado Cruz, PCC
  • Mr. Dann Gomez, FCRAP /MITA 8. Dep. Dir. Felix Valenzuela-LDC
  • Mr. Ben Rara, FGASPPI 9. DA Corn Program
  • Ms. Rufina Salas, AGAP/CPLFC
  • Ms. Rita Imelda Palabyab, PABI