Malaybalay City

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Bukidnon

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WGS 1984, Lat/Long

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0.9 (2008?)

Description: 
Malaybalay City, the capital city of Bukidnon, is in the focal part of the territory. It is limited in the east by the region of Cabanglasan and the Pantaron Range, which isolates Bukidnon from the areas of Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte; on the west by the district of Lantapan and Mount Kitanglad; on the north by the region of Impasugong; and on the south by Valencia City and the region of San Fernando. The entire eastern and southeastern outskirt bordering Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte is raised and thickly forested mountains, which is one of only a handful few staying woodland squares of Mindanao. The closest seaports and airplane terminals are in Cagayan de Oro City, which is 91 kilometers away. The City is principally an agrarian territory, and its items incorporate rice, corn, sugarcane, vegetables, vegetables, root harvests and business yields, for example, elastic, espresso, banana and pineapple. Amid the previous years, corn used to be the pre-predominant yield in the city. Be that as it may, as the corn territories offered approach to sugarcane, agri-ranches (poultry, pig), and neighborhoods, sugarcane (306,600 metric tons) and rice (30,318 MT) turned out now as the prevalent harvests as far as creation volume. These items are typically sold in the neighborhood market, or in close-by regions of the region. There are additionally ranchers delivering bigger volume of corn and rice who offer their items in Cagayan de Oro. Agri-based ventures principally poultry and piggery, now prosper in the City. These ranches are helped by enormous organizations, for example, San Miguel, Purefoods, Monterey and Swift. Other agri-based enterprises in the City incorporate Asian Hybrid Philippines (encourages handling), Rubber Tex (elastic shoes assembling), and Monastery Farms (peanuts and other saved nourishments). Additionally prominent are the 12 steers farms that deliver a normal of 470 heads yearly.