Development and Implementation of Marinduke Native Pig Breed Information System


Information System, Markaduke, Native Pig, qualitative traits, quantitative traits

How to Cite

Reginio, R., & Robles, J. (2021). Development and Implementation of Marinduke Native Pig Breed Information System . Southeast Asian Journal of Science and Technology, 6(2 (SI). Retrieved from


Through analyzing the cumulative data from end-user inputs to produce information that is useful for controlling operations, the information system plays an important role in the enterprise. The Marinduque Native Pig Breed Information System aims to develop a system that will collect and monitor the qualitative and quantitative traits of the Markaduke. It also aims to provide a fast and efficient morphological recording system. The system was developed as designed in accordance with the requirements and specifications in the conduct of monitoring of pigs on the farm and gathering data such as qualitative (appearance) and quantitative (performance) data of native pigs. The developed system is working in accordance with the existing process of monitoring pigs in the organization with the following features: Add New Pig, Breeder Records, Breeding Records, Grower Records, List of Pig Records, and Generation of Reports. The process of measuring and capturing records (appearance) is still manual in nature using a measuring tape, weighing scale, and record book. In order to secure the system, each user of the system was given a username and password and given restrictions to use the system. SMS Technology features notify the end-user in identifying which native pig is to be measured.


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