organizational structure

dr. Michele c. miquiabas

City Veterinarian

Administrative Support

Darrah Lou Damasco

Administrative Aide I

Benedecto Malinao jr.

Driver I

Bonifacio Amoncio

Utility worker II

Melchor Milan

Watchman I

Meat Inspection Service Division

Ante-Mortem Section

Jesse James Estrada

Meat Inspector I

Edwin Bustria

Livestock Inspector II

Pocholo Lecenta

Livestock Inspector II

Azarias Mirambel

Administrative Aide I

Post-Mortem Section

Dr. Loraice Madrio

Veterinarian II

Dr. butch Ariel Tenorio

Meat Control Officer I

Jenica Guinitaran

Livestock Inspector II

Animal Health and Production Division

Dr. Mary Ann Valdez

Veterinarian IV

Animal Health Section

Dr. Mark Ferdinand Arambala

Veterinarian III

Animal Production Section

Alexis Flores II

Veterinarian IV

Dr. Aulyn Mae Salem

Veterinarian I

Jack Gempisao

Watchman I

Phile Rae Bonggo

Livestock Inspector II

Ivy m. Suclatan

Livestock Inspector II

rene Reyes

Administrative Aide IV/
Reproduction Machine Operator II

Annabel Sia

Livestock Inspector II

George Penaso

Administrative Aide I

Wendyll Alivio

Administrative Aide IV/
Reproduction Machine Operator II

Phillip Bagasbas

Administrative Aide IV/
Reproduction Machine Operator II

Faustino Belderol jr.

Administrative Aide I

An office, handled by client-focused, reliable, committed and God fearing staff that promotes livestock and poultry development, secures public safety from any form of communicable diseases, ensures an economically sound agri- based environment through sustainable, responsive veterinary services and through information, education and communication, at the same time continuously improving office processes, systems and policies by acting on feedback and suggestions from both internal and external customers and by strictly implementing office programs.

We, the employees of the City Veterinary Office, commit to serve thegeneral public without reservation and political affiliation, with a highdegree of professionalism, justice, sincerity and modesty.

annual report 2021

SUMMARY OF ACTIVIITES
CALENDAR YEAR 2021

January

JANUARY 25, 2021 @People’s hall, Malaybalay City Hall ACTIVITY: Apprehension confiscation and filing of complaint protocol seminar

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Highlight 2021

1.MALAYBALAY AGRICULTURAL BREEDING CENTER

The year’s unvaried routine of 2021 made for a productive run for the breeding center. The Artificial Insemination for Large Ruminants made 439 heads of Inseminated cattle and 606 heads of inseminated swine.

The processing of Swine Semen proved adequate for the growing request for artificial Insemination services for swine. The modest laboratory is able to provide the growing demand for processed semen. Experimentation with packaging and semen mediums is an integral part of the laboratory operation. The production of high quality semen with modest equipment and budget is an operational imperative.

The Center is staffed with 12 personnel with workers hovering from the Center and regular work for the City Veterinary Office. Developing and testing functions is with regular attention for the preparation of the coming modern facility. Calving Success for large ruminants is 20 percent and rising as calvings are being reported and confirmed. 189 heads of swine were dispersed from selected and screened litters from artificially inseminated sows.

The year’s culminating development is the Training and Development of Clifford Sario by the National Dairy Authority as the designated A.I.technician for Dairy Cattle. Sexing Semen from the NDA and dairy A.I. technician will soon be available for Malaybalay dairy cattle. 

2.VEHICLE DISINFECTION AT THE SLAUGHTERHOUSE

One of the activities in the prevention of the entry of the African Swine Fever is the disinfection of vehicles in the slaughterhouse. It is important that all animal transport vehicles must be cleaned and disinfected each and every time pigs are unloaded at slaughterhouses, farms and collection points. The aim of an efficient cleaning and disinfection protocol is to decrease the infection pressure in general. The reduction of bacteria in the immediate surroundings must reduce the opportunity for bacteria to gainaccess to the animals. This protocol was practiced in the Malaybalay City Abattoir was started on September 2021.

3. SLAUGHTERHOUSE CAPABILITY BUILDING AND TRANSITION PLANNING

One of the activities in the prevention of the entry of the African Swine Fever is the disinfection of vehicles in the slaughterhouse. It is important that all animal transport vehicles must be cleaned and disinfected each and every time pigs are unloaded at slaughterhouses, farms and collection points. The aim of an efficient cleaning and disinfection protocol is to decrease the infection pressure in general. The reduction of bacteria in the immediate surroundings must reduce the opportunity for bacteria to gainaccess to the animals. This protocol was practiced in the Malaybalay City Abattoir was started on September 2021.

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