FORMER Candaba mayor Danilo Baylon and his better half Apo Aniway Baylon, owners of Danway Processing Corporation, have committed to providing livelihood programs to residents of this town.
Speaking before solo parents and persons with disabilities (PWDs) during food donation on Wednesday, August 11, 2021, to some 1,380 individuals at Sto. Nino covered court, Baylon said in this time of the pandemic, he is willing to help those who want to venture into backyard chicken raising.
He said that many of his business partners own big poultry farms in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
"Ngayon po meron kaming pinag-uusapan namin ni Mayor Dante Torres kanina na nasubukan na din sa iba't-ibang mga kaibigan namin na mga pastor at kanilang member na sinubukan din natin na nag-alaga po sila sa bahay ng isang daan, dalawang daan, tatlong daan hanggang sa limang daang manok muna," Baylon said.
Baylon said that in any business one should practice hard work, patience, fairness and faith in God for the business to grow and succeed.
He said Danway Processing Corporation will provide free training, feeds, and chicks, which will be fully grown in 32 days.
Baylon said that under the livelihood program, those who will venture into backyard chicken raising will only pay after they have already sold the chickens.
Meanwhile, Mayor Dante Torres thanked the Baylon couple for the food donation and livelihood program for his constituents.
"Yung livelihood po natin, ituloy natin para matulungan natin ang ating mga kababayan na gusto magkaroon ng negosyo pero walang puhunan. Napakaganda ung napag-usapan natin tungkol sa chicken raising, at least siya po magbibigay ng chicks at pagkain nila, pag lumaki na sila don na sila magbabayad sa puhunan," Torres said. (Chris Navarro)