NARRATIVE REPORT
By: Jessa Calves
Presented to: Mr. Joey Glenn Cabana
8/12/2015
Buga National High School
NARRATIVE REPORT
The grade-10 animal production learners visited the Research Institute for Philippine
Native Chicken loca...
water came from the well that they dig underground. Last previous years, the water supply came
from the Sibalom River but ...
(Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan)
The students are actively listening to the instructions of Mr. Froilan Cabarles....
(Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan)
Mr. Froilan introduced to the students the different machines they use.
(Photo t...
(Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan)
Representing …the Pelleting Machine.
(Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan)
T...
(Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan)
The healthy chickens in the grower area.
(Credited by: www.google.com)
This is a...
Jessa Calves
Brgy. Oluangan, Leon
Iloilo, Philippines
Jessa_Calves@Yahoo.com
OBJECTIVE/RESUME PROFILE
I want to follow the...
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Narrative report of Jessa calves

a narrative report of Jessa Calves from Buga National High School
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  • 1. NARRATIVE REPORT By: Jessa Calves Presented to: Mr. Joey Glenn Cabana 8/12/2015 Buga National High School
  • 2. NARRATIVE REPORT The grade-10 animal production learners visited the Research Institute for Philippine Native Chicken located at Benigno Aquino Bridge Brgy. Buntalan, Leon, Iloilo last July 30, 2015. They hired three tricycles to bring them to the place. Before they started looking around the place, they were introduced first to the caretaker and their tour guide, Mr.Froilan Cabarles who started talking all about the place. The students of course remember the last word of their teacher before he goes to the public market,” Don’t Touch Anything!” So they enter first in the main building to introduce the machines that they had. They were introduced to the three machines in front of them. First on the line is the Hammer Mill that stands as the grinding system. Second is the Feed Mill or the Feed Mixer that mixes the feed like the chick grower; the procedure lasts from five to ten minutes. Lastly, the pelleting machine that converts the feeds into pellets. Then after the presentation of the machines they proceed to the poultry houses that are proudly presented by their tour guide. On the entrance they can clearly see the brooder area where their tour guide let them in. They can visibly see the chicks and how they move freely around the place. Each house has its own waterer and the ground was surrounded by rice hull. There is a forester station and the Determination of Chick Quantitative Phenotypic Traits Associated with Growth Performance. The second batches of houses are the grower area where there are twenty houses and serves as the shelter of egg-laying chickens. And the third and last batches are the breeding area composed of phase1, phase2 and phase3.The research area in there was named Determination of the Effectiveness of VCO as Topical Treatment for Caponizing. They also asked some questions like are there snakes and where did the water came from. Mr. Cabarles answered them that there are no snakes and the
  • 3. water came from the well that they dig underground. Last previous years, the water supply came from the Sibalom River but then they decided to put dig a well on the low portion of the farm. They asked him if how come the water come all the way up to the high portion of the farm. He said that they used water motor to bring the water up and put them in big tanks. The students also asked about the rooster that has a big tumor on its right foot and he answered that it’s because the rooster is too old so the illness grow when it is too old. For some trivia, he told them that the ratio of the young rooster to the old is one is to ten while if the rooster is too old they decreases the number of chicken and it becomes one is to seven. They do this because the old rooster’s ability to mate decreases as it grow old. They can see the actual mating of the rooster to the chicken on the last part of their journey to the farm. Of course there is also an egg in some of the nest they saw. After the tour they return to their school campus contented of what they saw on the CPU farm.
  • 4. (Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan) The students are actively listening to the instructions of Mr. Froilan Cabarles. (Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan) These are some of the examples of pellets.
  • 5. (Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan) Mr. Froilan introduced to the students the different machines they use. (Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan) The Feed Mixer or the Feed Mill.
  • 6. (Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan) Representing …the Pelleting Machine. (Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan) The chicken in the grower area.
  • 7. (Photo taken by: Jerricco John Cabunagan) The healthy chickens in the grower area. (Credited by: www.google.com) This is an example of a darag native chicken.
  • 8. Jessa Calves Brgy. Oluangan, Leon Iloilo, Philippines Jessa_Calves@Yahoo.com OBJECTIVE/RESUME PROFILE I want to follow the steps of my parents as an entrepreneur. EDUCATION Completed 6 years at high school Graduation date: March 30, 2018 EXPERIENCE sales womanat Leon Public market  August 2-28, 2016  RELEVANT HIGH SCHOOL STUDIES NC 2 holder and a graduate of Animal Production HONORS, AWARDS, AND MEMBERSHIPS A member of Girl Scoutof Philippines A member of different clubs and organizations A consistenthonor student from elementary to high school

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