Agri Products



  • A cultivated plant that is grown as food, especially a grain, fruit, or vegetable.
  • The country’s main agricultural crops are rice, corn, coconut, sugarcane, bananas, pineapple, coffee, mangoes, tobacco, and abaca (a banana-like plant). Secondary crops include peanut, cassava, camote (a type of rootcrop), garlic, onion, cabbage, eggplant, calamansi (a variety of lemon), rubber, and cotton.


  • A place where fish are reared for commercial purposes.
  • Most of the production comes from the farming of seaweed, milkfish, tilapia, shrimp, carp, oyster and mussel. Aquaculture contributes significantly to the country’s food security, employment and foreign exchange earnings. Aquaculture is growing much faster than capture fisheries.


  • A farm where pigs are bred or kept.
  • A piggery is one of the more traditional businesses you can find in predominantly agricultural areas in the provinces. One of the reasons why a piggery is a viable business idea is because Filipinos love to eat meat and pork is our primary staple.


  • Poultry farming is the process of raising domesticated birds such as chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese for the purpose of farming meat or eggs for food.
  • Chicken broiler production is one of the most progressive animal enterprises in the Philippines today.The poultry industry began as a backyard enterprise but has shifted to the formation of very large integrated contract farming operations.


  • A field where rice is grown
  • Rice is the most important food crop, a staple food in most of the country. It is produced extensively in Luzon, the Western Visayas, Southern Mindanao, and Central Mindanao

Agri Supplies