About Us
Contact us
my capiz
featured projects
NFA Activates Mobile Procurement Teams PDF Print E-mail
Capiz NFA Manager Procopio Trabajo II disclosed that to step up their procurement operation here, they have scheduled a mobile team to serve individual farmers especially those who are far from the NFA’s buying stations.

Tabajo explained that the initiative of going nearer to the production sites is aimed to lessen the burden of farmers particularly the transportation cost.

Initially, a mobile procurement team is being assigned to Maayon every Tuesday, Pontevedra every Thursday and in Jamindan every Friday, he said, adding that said team will also be dispatched in other palay producing towns upon request.

He stressed that their buying stations in Bolo in Roxas City, Mangoso in Sigma and Sta. Cruz in Dumalag have its own drier facilities.

Trabajo also revealed that individual farmers having no passbook yet could also sell their palay produce to their NFA buying stations to a maximum of 100 bags.

“We will not be asking for documentary requirement for the first deliveries of individual farmers who have no passbook instead we will assist them in securing said passbook,” he said.

He also disclosed that instead of the usual twice a year passbook revalidation, they will only implement a once a year revalidation only to.

On the other hand, Trabajo will join the Capiz National Irrigation Administration’s In-Season Conference to encourage the irrigator’s association members to sell their palay produce to the NFA to lessen the government’s rice importation from other countries. (JCM/JBG/PIA6-Capiz)
< Prev   Next >
| Home | Contact us | Site Map | Disclaimer | FAQs | Login |
Copyright ©  2008 - Sacred Heart of Jesus Prime Holdings, Inc. All Rights Reserved.