WATCH: Enchong Dee gives a tour of his massive farm in Zambales

Enchong Dee owns the farm together with a business partner.

WATCH: Enchong Dee gives a tour of his massive farm in Zambales-PUSH TEAM


06/17/2021 10:57 AM
WATCH: Enchong Dee gives a tour of his massive farm in Zambales
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Enchong Dee took his fans on a tour around his property in Zambales — a massive farm he owns and runs together with a business partner. 


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According to Enchong, he decided to venture into a business where products can be considered as a “necessity” amidst the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. He thought of investing in a farm with shrimp as its current main product.

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“Isa sa mga na-mention ko, isa sa mga naging investments natin noong nag-start ‘yung pandemic is food production. Because as well know, it’s a necessity for all of us,” Enchong said in his vlog. 

“So, ngayon, naatasan akong bumisita ulit kaya kailangan kong i-check ‘yung mga developments sa Palauig, Zambales sa Palaya Shrimp Farm,” he added. 


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Meanwhile, Enchong boasted that his farm is environment-friendly, with state-of-the-art facilities in place to help make sure they don’t get to harm the environment in the long run. 

Currently, Enchong’s farm has seven villas, fields set to be filled with fruit-bearing plants, and ponds and circular tanks with shrimps and soon-to-be topped up with different varieties of fish such as milkfish or "bangus."

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It appears Enchong will also delve into the livestock and poultry industry based on the plans his business partner bared during his visit to the farm.  

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Towards the end of the vlog, Enchong left a message for his audience, encouraging them to invest in businesses in the agricultural sector as well.  

“We really encourage na mas marami pa ‘yung tao na ma-encourage na mag-invest sa agriculture, sa food production. Because this is the future. This is a necessity. It’s essential,” he said.