2011年11月6日星期日

Visit to Organic Farm in Hong Kong

The Farm Visit was the first visit in HKSQ World Quality Month on 5 Nov 2011. The visit was organized by HKSQ and co-organized by Hong Kong Food Science and Technology Association Ltd. (HKFSTA) and ASQ-HK.


We started in the Fanling East Rail Station.



Mr. Kwok Ming Cheung (Managing Director of HK Hi-Tech Poultry Development Ltd. and HONWAL Healthy Agro Products Co. Ltd. 康和健康農產品有限公司) introduced the environment during the travel.



We saw a Mangrove (紅樹林)



Passing through Lau Fau Shan (流浮山)



We walked to Uncle Po (波叔) fishpond.



Uncle Po explained the fish feeding and characteristic to us. The water quality was maintained in different salinity.



The small fish was used for feeding



Uncle Po demonstrated the fishes.



It was sea fish feeding in pond.



When some larger fish were found, they would feed in the net which located in the middle of the pond. The pond would remove all water annually and exposure under sunshine for about 2 months.



I represented HKSQ to present the souvenir to Uncle Po.



Group photo took in front of Uncle Po's pond.



After that we had a lunch.



The lunch was arranged by Mr. Kwok Ming Cheung for local farm food.


The first dish was fired pork which was natural feeding.



Organic vegetable with chicken ball.



Kamei chicken (嘉美雞) - http://www.kameihonbochicken.com.hk/



Organic vegetable soup (Potato leave)



Salted Grey Mullet (鹽焗烏頭魚)



The second location we visited was "Local Produce" organic farm.



Mr. T Kok explained how to make the natural fertilizer.



Some mixture procedures for the natural fertilizer.



Green house



Some vegetable planted



I presented a souvenir to Mr. T Kok.



Group photo took in front of the organic farm.



When we went to Chicken farm, we saw Hong Kong High-Speed Rail under construction.



We arrived the farm and all participants need to wear a protection cloth.



I took a photo in front of the chicken case.



Baby chicken after incubated



Staff demonstrated the warming equipment used petroleum gas.



Turn on the device to keep warm for small chicken in winter



For baby chicken, there were 60 in each case. When chicken growth, it would be transferred to another case with less density.



The solar energy technique was employed for temperature keeping.



The water was heated in the roof and transferred into the case when there was 10 degree different between the water in the roof and in the tank.



The special water duct (increased the surface area for heat conduction) was employed.



Staff was injected vaccine to chicken.



The large fan used to reduce the temperature inside the chicken house.



video


Feeding materials



Staff got the sperm from roosters (male chickens).



Then inject the sperm into hens (female chickens).



The fertilized eggs were collected.



Chicken faeces handling process was demonstrated.



video


I represented HKSQ to present a souvenir to Mr. Kwok Ming Cheung for his kindly arrangement and explanation.



Reference:

鴨仔坑釣魚場(波叔) - http://www.yl.hk/duck/map.htm

LocalProduce (本地菜園) - www.localproduce.hk/blog/farm



1 則留言:

Victor K B Chan 說...

Dear Chairman,

Thank you for these
visits so organized and also appropriate photos taken.

Victor Chan

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