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  1. Nice editing down of the process. Ouch the margins are tight without a reliable wholesaler for the fish food. P 22,000 to 25,000 well it’s progress and treading water until better times. Dang COVID and government response has life tangled up tight … I really feel sorry for the poorest folks there just trying to survive nowadays. Feeding a family on a filipino wage in the best of times isn’t easy and now it’s out right tough. Prayers for all but especially the poor.

  2. Gud evening, my sister in Arkansas told me that you are going to harvest your milk fish next week, just wanna ask, in what particular place in talibon your fish cage is located.

  3. Best of luck Brian πŸ‘πŸ’― time πŸ’ͺ you come out on top.pray all goes well for you at fish penπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‘πŸ·

  4. will brian ever make a real profit on any of his ventures? Breakeven on milkfish…loss on piggery? big money sink on the azolla, at least so far…maybe duckweed will be different…
    he lost money on that san francisco property–that is basically a common area for the local fisherman–he cannot keep them out…good thing brian eliminated the references on his channel to farming for PROFIT…not much profit around here…to be brutally honest…and notice how none of the other expats on farms seem to be that interested in getting too industrious with the farming bit…maybe they know better?

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