Fernandino Farmers Receive Agricultural Inputs [ Friday, 19th of May 2017 | 8 months ago ]
Through the City Agriculture and Veterinary Office, headed by City Agriculturist Cristina Sangumay, different farming tools such as Knapsack sprayer, shovel, and hoe (sarul gamat) were distributed to the farmers.
A mini farm tractor and rice combine harvester was also turned over to the Sanduguan Farmers Association represented by Chairman Manuel Fajardo, Board of Directors Oscar Buluran and Amando Fernando Jr., and Treasurer Jingy Bacani.
Also present during the awarding were Third District Representative Aurelio ‘Dong' Gonzales Jr., Pyestang Fernandino 2017 Chairperson Alberto ‘Boy' Santiago, Provincial Corn Coordinator Reynaldo Sarmiento, DA-RFO 3 Representative Lourdes Baluyut, CAFC Chairman Antonnette Zapanta and members of the Sanduguan Farmers Association.
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