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CP Cambodia: best in the swine business

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CP Cambodia: best in the swine business

Pork is an important source of protein and a popular ingredient in many of our diets. The higher the quality of pork, the healthier people will be.

However in Cambodia, the demand for pork is now much higher than what is produced in the country. In addition, the quality of imported pork is rather unstable.

To be able to tell if the quality of pork is up to par, one has to be able to track back the entire history of the pig’s raising.

It starts at knowing which farm the pig comes from, which breed of swine it belongs to, which animal feed has been used in the raising process, how health was managed, and the state of the facilities and equipment used. Knowing all these things can help you determine the good quality pork from the bad quality pork.

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CP Cambodia Co., Ltd. – a company under the Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (CPF) from Thailand – ensures to select the best swine breeds following the principle of natural genetics and has placed great emphasis on swine farm management technology. The purpose is to develop a sustainable domestic supply of pork that meets the market demands by means of providing a suitable farming environment to improve the production quality and efficiency as well as the establishment of operational processes with international standards.

CP Cambodia has also employed the best practice on biosecurity, which is the practice of effective prevention of diseases. Evaporative cooling systems have been used to provide the fully enclosed swine stables with suitable living conditions.

Automatic feeding and watering has also been provided with lighting appropriate for pigs.

CP swine farm management follows the “all in, all out system” to easily manage the health status of pigs and reduce the risk of transmistting or spreading of disease. CP’s swine farming partners are assisted through proper guidance on how to take care of pigs. Technical knowhow is specially adapted to every individual farm by the best animal husbandry specialists.

“We would like to give our sincerest gratitude to you [Cambodians] for giving CPF an opportunity to be part of your life [by patronizing our products] and we will do our best to succeed together.” – said Mr. Damnoen Langrabum, CP Vice President for Swine Business.

Since 1999, CP Cambodia has supported Cambodian farmers and manages hundreds of swine farms all over the country to sustain the demand of pork for Cambodians, staying true to their watchword: “Good pig, best pork for consumer’s safety.”

This year alone, CP is producing 900,000 piglets to supply the market in Cambodia and plans to increase production in the coming years.

It is CP’s goal to provide best quality pork at reasonable prices to the Cambodian market.

CP is eager to engage more Cambodians in the swine business, and will be glad to get you started on your swine venture. Their technical team of experts is available to provide you with advice and consultations.
For more details, please contact CP through the following:
• Contact Number: 015 820 713
• Email: [email protected]
• Facebook: CP Cambodia, www.facebook.com/cpcambodia
• Visit the nearest CP Cambodia branch for more information.

Note: CP Cambodia is open to flexible business plans and strategies. Please contact our sales representatives for more information.

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