Starting a Coffee Plantation

We have just finished planting around 2,000 Arabica coffee trees which we purchased last June. Since we all do things by ourselves privately then we take also the responsibility of seeking advice from friends having experience in coffee farming. We are new in this field so we are eager to send our farm assistants to […]

Dad’s Dream Didn’t Die

People often ask how the Layog Country Farm evolved from its early start into how it is today. “We want to know its history ,” they would say and that baffles me. No, it is not their interest in knowing more about the farm that confuses me but what it is really they want to […]

Being a Layog Country Farm Volunteer, Philippines – A Video from Jason Ang

PHILIPPINES, 23 June to 1 July 2015 Gan Jen Ling, Nurul Amerah and Jason Ang Wei Lung, from Golden Key UTM Student Chapter traveled to Philippines for a volunteering project. We came to Layog Country Farm in Mountain Province. We really enjoy the stay in LCF not only because of the peacefulness but also the […]

Damages caused by Typhoon Ineng

Non stop rain for 8 days. Strong winds.Landslides. The damage caused by typhoon Ineng at Layog Country Farm was enormous that I was just speechless when I went to the farm for inspection just to have an idea of the damages caused. There were landslides that have to be cleared, trees uprooted, and some crops […]