Visit Farmville de Bago

  • Location: Farmville de Bago, Baranggay Atipuluan, Bago City, Negros Occidental
  • Facebook: Farmville de Bago
  • Contact: 0917 311 5893
  • Business Hours: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Opens: Daily

Farmville de Bago is a 16.68 hectare mix-use farm complex that started as a major poultry and quality pork provider for most well-established food businesses in Bacolod. It also houses breeder sheep and goats on top of camels, donkeys and fancy miniature horses from Australia. Recently, they partnered with Energy Development Corporation (EDC) with its flagship environmental program called “Binhi” which focuses on research and rescue of threatened species of trees in Philippine forests and aims to bring back abundance of these premium native trees. 

Farmville De Bago is now considered the 24th arboretum that will serve as a new haven of Philippine native trees. It is also a member of Negros Forest and Ecological Foundation and features several rare endemic, flowering trees, imported exotic tree species, and a few hundreds of fruit bearing trees.

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