Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT IS PAIWI?
Pa-iwi or Pa-alaga System means that the owner would put in trust a cow / goat to a farmer or trusted individual to take care of the livestock. Any offspring would be equally divided in half between the owner and the farmer.
HOW DO WE PAY THE PACKAGE?
It is a 3-month installment program which can be done thru bank transfer payable to the farm corporate bank account.
HOW WILL I GET PAID?
We will ask your bank account and we will deposit your payout directly to your account.
HOW TO IDENTIFY MY GOAT?
Each goat will be identified with your preferred 3-letter ear tag codes. Pictures and updates will be sent to the owners to inform them of their status.
WHAT IF MY GOAT DIED?
As stated in the contract, we will replace it. At the end of your contract, you will still have 30 heads of upgraded does completely.
DO I HAVE TO KNOW HOW TO RAISE A GOAT?
Not necessarily. Everything will be handled by the farm but definitely good for you as an investor to know how gaat farming works
ARE WE ALLOWED TO USE 2 NAMES IN THE CONTRACT?
Yes, but we’ll deposit your payout to one name only.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE CONTRACT ENDS (35 MONTHS)?
We will buy your 15 upgraded does (as per contract) or you can bring them home and sell it to others.
CAN I SELL OR TAKE PARTIALLY AND CONTINUE THE REMAINING GOATS?
No. We will take all your upgraded does as your 5th payout. You have to sign new contract.
WHAT IS MY RISK IN THIS PROGRAM?
Almost nothing. The farm itself is also sured thru DV Microfinance Inc. Your goats are insured and your payouts are guaranteed as well. In every business there’s always a risk. But in our program we ensure our partners a lesser or almost no risk at all. The farm itself in insured thru DV MICROFINANCE INC. your goats are insured and your payouts are guaranteed
as well. But keep in mind to transact only with the legitimate employee of the company.
CAN I CHECK MY GOATS IN THE FARM?
Definitely! We highly recommend to check out the farm to see how your goats are being taken care of. Please do inform us a few days in advance if you plan to visit the farm.