As of this writing, the Jugador Farm is producing 500 liters of milk a day, below its maximum production capacity of close to 1000 liters, as 22 dry calves are due to give birth.
received her very first batch of cattle. It’s a crossbreed between the HolsteinFriesen and Sahiwal, ideal for the country’s tropical pasture conditions since it has a high resistance to heat, humidity, ticks, and other parasites. The NDA loaned her the cow so long as she could pay them back with two cows—a pregnant cow and a bull—as payment within eight years. Jugador started with 30 grass-fed cows, and in the following year, added 20 more, making her a legit dairy multiplier farmer. From her starting herd, she was able to breed 50 male and 50 female offsprings, with the latter calving twice. She was able to pay her dues in no time and to date, she has 180 cows total.
Most of the liters of milk produced daily by the Jugador Farm is sold to Highland Fresh while the rest is distributed between a pastillas maker, a yogurt producer, and to her son Manuel who makes delicious butter and distributes them in Manila under the brand, Dairy Farm Manila.