To run a successful farm in modern Singapore requires a forward moving mindset. Hear how the third-generation business managers and owners of Hay Diaries, Kin Yan Agrotech and Ah Hua Kelong and Scaled have adapted their businesses to meet the needs of local consumers in this insightful video documentary which will take you behind the scenes of sustainable farming operations in Singapore.
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About Ah Hua Kelong
Starting off as a fish farm over 20 years ago, Ah Hua Kelong is one of the few fish farms located off the coasts of Singapore. With the growing demand of seafood in Singapore today, Ah Hua Kelong has also expanded its fish farming business to cater to the local farm to table experience by opening their very own restaurant, Scaled. Find out more about Ah Hua Kelong here.
About Hay Dairies
With more than 20 years of experience in the consumer industry, Hay Dairies is the only goat farm in Singapore since 1988. This is a family owned business and was first established by Mr Hay Yak Tang in 1920, who had evolved his farm from one that used to rear ducks, chickens and pigs to the goat farm it is today just after pig farming was phased out in the 1980s. Now, the farm holds more than 800 goats and takes pride in using only the latest milking, pasteurising processes and bottling for the sale of locally produced goat's milk in Singapore. Find out more about Hay Dairies here.
About Kin Yan Agrotech Pte Ltd
Kin Yan Agrotech is a company engaged in agro-food related activities in Singapore since 1997.They take pride in being a farm free of pesticides, chemical and artificial fertilizers and believe in growing foods that are organic. Situated in Lim Chu Kang Agrotechnology Park, they are Singapore's largest commercial wheatgrass and mushroom farm that produces and supplies such crops alongside with edible cactuses, aloe vera, rosella, winter melons and various leafy vegetables. Find out more about Kin Yan here.