A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A DAIRY CATTLE MILK PRODUCTION IN BARANGAY MAG-ASAWANG SAPA, STA. MARIA, BULACAN _________________________________________________________
A Feasibility Study Proposal
the Faculty of Accountancy Department,
College of Business Administration,
ADAMSON UNIVERSITY, Manila
In Partial Fulfillment of
the Requirements for the Degree of
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTANCY
Mark Almus D. Piloton
Karl Mc Anthony G. Tan
Olivier A. Valdez
March 2011APPROVAL SHEET
In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, this feasibility study entitled: “A Study on the Feasibility of Establishing a Dairy Cattle Milk Production in Barangay Mag-asawang Sapa, Sta. Maria, Bulacan”, prepared by Mark Almus Piloton, Karl Mc Anthony Tan, Olivier Valdez of the Department of Accountancy, College of Business Administration, Adamson University has been recommended for acceptance.
Dr. Jay Cabrera, CPA
Approved with the grade of ________.
Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy.
Atty. Rey S. Rabago, CPA
Chairperson, Department of Accountancy
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This feasibility study would not have been possible without the guidance and the help of several individuals who in one way or another contributed and extended their valuable assistance in the preparation and completion of this study. First and foremost, their utmost gratitude to Dr. Jay Cabrera, CPA, for his unselfish and unfailing support as our dissertation adviser, for his patience and steadfast encouragement to complete this study and for accommodating to our queries; Atty. Rey Rabago, Chairperson of the Department of Accountancy, for the moral support despite of his hectic schedule, for the valuable insights he has shared in the relevance of the study and his student assistants for all the help;
To all their professors who have been one of their inspirations and who imparted them the knowledge and have kind concern and consideration regarding their academic requirements; To their friends and classmates who they made available their support in another way: giving them the support and inquiries they needed; To their family who are always there to support them either financially, socially, physically or emotionally; and
Last but not the least, the omnipresent God, for answering their prayers for giving them the strength to plod on despite their constitution wanting to give up, thank you so much Dear Lord. INTRODUCTION
When most people think of cows, a large, amiable black and white animal probably comes to mind, but there are in fact a wide number of types of cattle, with almost a thousand cattle breeds being raised all over the world for a variety of purposes. Those black and white cattle you're thinking of, by the way, are dairy cattle from the Holstein breed, one of the most widely raised dairy cattle breeds in the world. Cows come in a range of shapes and sizes, for all sorts of purposes, and many people are working to preserve rare cattle breeds, along with the centuries of farming heritage that they represent. Two major subspecies of cattle are domesticated: Bostaurustaurus, or taurine cattle, and Bostaurusindicus, or zebus. Taurine cattle are adapted for the cooler climates of the Northern Hemisphere, while zebus are better suited for hot, dry climates like those found in Africa. This has actually caused problems among some well-meaning aid organizations, which have exported taurine cattle to Africa to help people with famine conditions, only to discover that these cattle are not suited to the environment, requiring many more resources than zebus and ultimately proving to be more trouble than they are worth. Types of cattle are generally broken up...
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