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Seng Choon Farm: Koh Swee Lai

Answering the government’s call to invest in high-tech farming, Koh Swee Lai founded Seng Choon Farm in 1987. It was the first fully automated high-tech poultry farm in the region. In 2010, Seng Choon moved into 36-acres of farm land at their current site, Jalan Gemala 2. It currently houses 800,000 chickens and produces 580,000…

Hay Dairies: John And Doreen Hay

John and Doreen Hay run Hay Dairies, Singapore’s only goat farm. The Hays started rearing goats in 1988, but their agricultural heritage goes back further.   John’s grandfather Hay Yak Tang came to Singapore at the age of 16 in 1920. He bought his first 16-acre plantation in Punggol and started Yak Seng Hay Farm,…

Curry Leaves – Where to Get and Growing Your Own

Curry leaves are one of the most essential ingredients in a Malaysian kitchen: it’s in our creamy buttermilk chicken, our fragrant chicken curry and even everyone’s favorite: tender butter prawn. The versatile leaf is worth more than gold in the kitchen and holds the secret to your next divine meal.   Love for cooking often…

3 Reasons Why You Should Buy Food From Your Local Wet Market

Living in South East Asia, we are blessed with an abundance of locally grown foods and friendly people who grow them. A blessing you shouldn’t miss out on, here are some benefits of buying food from wet markets you may not have thought of before.   Fresher, healthier, tastier Locally grown food hasn’t been treated…