Lieutenant Commander Joey Lito S. Marayag PN (GSC) of the JDDC discussed the overview of the doctrine fundamentals followed by the AFP while Ms. Roses P. Padua explained the overview of the AFP doctrine development process. On the side of DA-BFAR, Mr. Clint S. Dampor of the Fisheries Protection and Law Enforcement Group shared an continue reading : THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-BUREAU OF FISHERIES AND AQUACTIC RESOURCES (DA-BFAR) PARTICIPATED IN THE STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT OF THE JOINT DOCTRINE DEVELOPMENT CENTER (JDDC) OF THE ARMED FORCES OF THE PHILIPPINES (AFP)
The Department of Agriculture’s Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR) strengthens its advocacy for revitalizing indigenous freshwater species to increase the local production of the fisheries sector through aquaculture. Indigenous freshwater species are an essential component of inland waters and contribute significantly to the environment’s biodiversity. These fishes, however, are among the inland water continue reading : #BFARPressRelease | DA-BFAR REVIVES NATIVE FISH SPECIES THROUGH BREEDING TECHNOLOGY
As part of the 59th Fish Conservation Week, the Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture Division, represented by Ms. Imelda R. Calixto, lectured about urban aquaculture while Ms. Haide T. Rojas of the Fisheries Post-Harvest Technology Division (FPHTD) talked about food safety awareness. The technical symposium ended with a briefer on the current trends and opportunities in continue reading : #FishConservationWeek | TECHNICAL DIVISION FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-BUREAU OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC RESOURCES (DA-BFAR) CONDUCTED TECHNICAL SEMINARS FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, FACULTY AND PARENTS OF THE CALOOCAN NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL TODAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Ang higit 50 milyong hektaryang sakop ng katubigan ng FMA-1 ay may mayayabong na populasyon ng mga species ng isda tulad ng Skipjack tuna, Island mackerel, mackerel scad, bigeye scad, buccaneer anchovy, spotted sardinella, swordtip squid, shrimp, yellowfin tuna, at frigate tuna. Sa FMA-1 din matatagpuan ang Philippine Rise, na isa sa pinakamahalagang fishing ground continue reading : #FMA Fast Facts | ALAM MO BA? ANG FISHERIES MANAGEMENT AREA 1 O FMA-1 AY KINABIBILANGAN ANG ILANG KATUBIGAN NG CAGAYAN VALLEY, CENTRAL LUZON, CALABARZON AT BICOL REGION.
The Department of Agriculture’s Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR) joins the Socsksargen Federation of Fishing and Allied Industries, Inc.(SFFAII) in kickstarting the 22nd National Tuna Congress and Trade Exhibit with the theme, “Braving Rough Seas Toward a Better Tomorrow,” held on September 1-2, 2022 at the SM City General Santos, General Santos City. continue reading : 22ND NATIONAL TUNA CONGRESS AND TRADE EXHIBIT WITH THE THEME, “BRAVING ROUGH SEAS TOWARD A BETTER TOMMOROW”
Tagged as “Gentle Giants of the Ocean”, whale sharks or butanding are considered to be the biggest fish species in the world, reaching around 18 to 20 meters in length. Despite their size, whale sharks are docile creatures; they don’t have sharp teeth unlike their other shark cousins, as they are filter feeders. Whale sharks continue reading : HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WHALE SHARK DAY!
Kagaya ng ating mga mangingisdang Pilipino na isa sa mga sektor na itinuturing nating makabagong mga bayani, ang kanilang sipag at determinasyon sa harap ng mga unos kabilang na ang kasalukuyang pandemya ay hindi matatawaran. Patuloy ang pagtindig ng sektor ng pangisdaan bilang katuwang ng pamahalaan sa pag-tiyak ng seguridad ng pagkain sa bansa. Isang continue reading : #NationalHeroesDay |NAKIKIISA AND DA-BFAR SA PAGDIRIWANG AT PAG-ALALA SA KAGITINGAN AT KATAPANGAN NG MGA BAYANI NG BAYAN!
Attendees were able to discuss topics such as the Fisheries Administrative Order No. 227, which establishes the Rules and Regulations governing the Export of Fish and Live Aquatic Animals Products to European Member Countries. Other crucial measures in ensuring seafood safety, such as fish handling practices, Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP), Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures continue reading : TOTAL OF 44 EMPLOYEES OF THE MARDAK GLOBAL EXPORT, INC. IN RODRIGUEZ, RIZAL ATTENDED A REFRESHER COURSE IN SEAFOOD SAFETY ORGANIZED BY THE DA-BFAR THROUGH ITS FISHERIES POST-HARVEST TECHNOLOGY DIVISION