Domesticating animals to produce meat and raising poultry for meat and eggs are basic undertakings in a livestock framework. Livestock farming in the Philippines is steadily growing since 2011. The heightened demand for meat, most notably for pork, led more slaughtered hogs yearly Its demand was attributed to the increasing consumption per capita of local consumers. Across the Asia-Pacific region, the Philippines ranked fourth place in terms of the volume of pig production. The pig production is one of the main drivers of the meat industry together with chicken poultry. In addition to livestock farming, aquaculture is another industry within the Agricultural sector. The livelihood out of aquaculture fits the majority of the population since the Philippines is surrounded by water.
The Philippines' total land area is approximately 30 million hectares, where they are classified as alienable, disposable, forestland, established timberlands, national parks, established forest reserves, civil reservations, military and naval reservations, and fishponds. Environmental degradation, such as deforestation, to support the logging industry revealed that thousands of hectares of land areas covering the primary forest had been lost. Towards the start of the 20th century, expansion in the industrial sector had reduced forest lands. On areas where tree cover threshold substantial, it is noteworthy that the average loss per year of trees has risen over the years.