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Award Winning Thai Pig Farm

Surin Farm - listed as the     Number 1 Agria 2010 (Agriculture Asia) International Exhibition Pig Farm 2010

Surin Farm - selected as the Number 1 Department of Livestock Contract Farm in Chiang Mai Province 2011

Surin Farm - selected as the Number 1 Department of Livestock Contract Farm in Chiang Mai Province 2012

Surin Farm - selected as the Number 2 Department of Livestock Contract Farm in Thailand 2012

Surin Farm - selected as the Number 2 Department of Livestock Contract Farm in Thailand 2013

Surin Farm - Certified as a  Department of Livestock Certified Standard Farm in Thailand 2013

Surin Farm - selected as the model farm for a Department of Livestock Advertisement in Thailand 2013

Surin Farm - selected as the Number 1 Department of Livestock Contract Farm in Thailand 2014

Surin Farm - selected as the Number 1 Department of Livestock Contract Farm in Thailand 2015

Surin Farm - selected as the Number 1 Department of Livestock Contract Farm in Thailand 2016

Surin Farm - Certified as a Department of Livestock Smart Farm in 2014

Thailand Department of Livestock Contract Farm

Surin Farm works closely with the Thailand Livestock research and development center. The Dept. of Livestock sends customers to our farm to purchase government pedigree pigs and sperm that they currently do not have available. Our farm is also a backup to the government office when customers need products during the weekend when the government offices are closed. We are the number 1 DLD Contract Farm in Thailand.

Surin Farm certified as a Standard Farm status on October 2013

Surin Farm certified as a Smart Farm status 2014

BANGKOK, 5 April 2013 (NNT) – The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives is promoting the concept of “Smart Farmers” in order to enhance Thailand’s agricultural sector and strengthen agro-business opportunities in the long term.

According to Agriculture Minister Yukol Limlamthong, the ministry is cooperating with Kasetsart University and the Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Co-operatives (BAAC) in pushing forward the “Smart Farmer” Project, especially among people of the new generation. He said the project brings IT and electronics technology to the conventional agriculture sector in order to enhance production and competitiveness of Thai agricultural products.

He further stated that not just the production will be boosted, but the idea will also help save the environment as green farming techniques will be applied, teaching young farmers to be more responsible for their own society and environment.

Meanwhile, the managing director of the BAAC said the bank will give its full support to the project, particularly in terms of credit provision and training in marketing and management. The bank has already set aside an initial outlay of 500 million baht to be loaned to Thai entrepreneurs who are looking to build additional value on Thailand’s agro economy.

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