Brief History

    Political History Bukidnon, as an area was already long inhabited by the Bukidnons – called Montesses (mountain people) by the Spaniards. These people accordingly remained traditional until the 1860 seven for the fact that Spain had been in the Philippines since 1565 (Lao1, 1985). Opeña2 (1982) also contends that settlers from the Visayas continue reading : Brief History

Investing in Bukidnon

Province of Bukidnon is highly agricultural land located in the Southern Philippines, occupying a wide plateau in the north central part of the island of Mindanao.  Bukidnon gets a taste of every benefit each province in Region 10 enjoys. The province has a good road system that is very accessible for those who are travelling by land through Cagayan continue reading : Investing in Bukidnon

Business Opportunities

Priority Areas of Investments   HIGH-VALUE VEGETABLES PRODUCTION & PROCESSING• Packing sheds & cold chain facilities• Processing plants• Refrigerated transport services FRESH PINEAPPLE, BANANA AND OTHER FRUITS• Dehydration plants• Bottling• Vapor heat treatment & Other processing facilities SUGARCANE INDUSTRY needs investments in• Bio-ethanol• Production & processing THE CATTLE & DAIRY INDUSTRY Feedlot growing• Fattening• Slaughtering• continue reading : Business Opportunities

Republic Act No. 10184

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Umayamnon

These Indigenous peoples dwell along the watershed of Umayam River in the Mountains of Pantaron in the Eastern side of the province of Bukidnon. They are fair in complexion five feet or above in height. Their eyes are set closed enough to each other with an average height of nose bridge. They are proud and continue reading : Umayamnon

Tigwahanon

The Tigwahanon Manobo are found along the watershed of Tigwa River in the place where the municipality of San Fernando is located namely in the following places, Tugop, Little Bagiou, Kumawas, Halapitan, Iglusad, Bunacao, Katipunan, Kiboncog, Namnam, Matimbus, Sabangan, Lumbayao, and Don Cesar plain; Kalagutay, Palacpacan, Dao, Tag-alas-as and Abehid. The catch and games in continue reading : Tigwahanon

Talaandigs

The Talaandigs are one of the indigenous groups in the province of Bukidnon, who has continued to preserve and promote its indigenous customs, beliefs and practices despite the strong influx modernization and change. This groups is found in barangays and municipalities surrounding the mountain of Kitanglad specifically in the towns of Lantapan and Talakag (Talamdan, continue reading : Talaandigs