When you go browsing for info on what life is like here in the Philippines you are most likely to come across the same general information about the great beaches, the warm climate, the positive exchange on your money, friendly people.. What you will rarely come across is the unavoidable reality that you will likely cross paths with more transgender “ladyboys” here than you normally do in your own home country.Unless of course your home country is Thailand.) and perhaps two actual transgendered persons.Yah, you could just make a pen out in the sun but, expect to lose some piggies to the heat.And you need a floor with a slant leading down to a drainage hole which is then made to flow into a cemented trough so the run-off water from cleaning can go away from the stalls.🙂 Be sure to visit the Forum and other parts of what the site has to offer.Browse around and be sure to sign up for updates via email. I’m from a fairly small town and even though I’ve been to Los Angeles and San Diego plenty of times I was usually too busy either at the beach or shopping to engage anyone of their niche.Maybe that means I’ve led a somewhat sheltered life in this particular regard. Here, you will cross paths with ladyboys and gays on a regular basis.
it’s not really stealing to poach some inventory for some extra pesos.you want to consider these things first; A rural area, of course, out in the province.But do not just buy some property anywhere in the province just because some family member has some for sale or lives on it and is willing to care for your piggies. If (and when) you have disagreements, all your investment is at the mercy of being in their hands while you are away.If they live there, you can’t fire them and there you are.. Next thing you know, piglets are ‘disappearing’ as they make money on the side selling your piglets to neighbors while you shoulder all the expenses.
Speaking of the neighbors, visit the property and check out which direction the wind carries.
Piggies do get sick every so often and need shots so ask around for a decent Vet to stop by once a month and recommend both shots and a purple spray antibiotic for cuts the piggies may get rolling around and scraping on the stalls.