Feed quality control is defined as a system of verifying and maintaining a desired level of quality in feeds. It involves careful planning, use of proper equipment, continued inspection and corrective measures if necessary.

The Animal Feed Laboratory was established under Republic Act 1556, which is also known as Livestock and Poultry Feeds Act. This act aims to regulate and control the manufacture, importation, labeling, advertising and sale of livestock and poultry feeds manufactured throughout the Philippines.

For Region 3, the Regional Feed Chemical Analysis Laboratory is a unit under the Integrated Laboratories Services Division of the Department of Agriculture, Regional Field Office 3.



  1. Formulate plans and programs for the efficient operation of the unit in accordance with the thrusts and policies of the Department of Agriculture, specifically food security and higher income of farmers;
  2. Follow laboratory standards, procedures and techniques in the analysis of feeds and feedstuffs that are vital for food supply and quality;
  3. Provide services to support quality production among animal raisers and give recommendations;
  4. Provide services to support regulatory functions of monitoring feed millers and retailers in compliance to feed quality standards;
  5. Provide services to researchers who engage in searching feed additives and substitutes, new feed formulations and organic farming.



The following are the services being offered by the Regional Feed Chemical Analysis Laboratory.

A.     Chemical Analysis Sub-Unit

      • performs Complete Proximate Analysis such as Crude Protein, Crude Fat, Crude Fiber, Moisture and Ash
      • performs Mineral Analysis of feed and feedstuff such as Calcium, Phosphorus and Salt

      • provides technical assistance to animal farm raisers who encountered problems due to feeds and feedstuffs


B.     Mycotoxin Sub-Unit

      • performs Aflatoxin tests on corn, feeds, and other feedstuffs if they meet quality standard.


C.      Feed Microscopy Sub-Unit

      • determines presence of adulterants in raw materials.


If interested to avail our services, you may contact our office through (045) 961-1574.

Please bring two hundred grams (200 g) per sample.
For the list of service fees, please click here.



Abigail P. Beltran
PRC License No.: 000-8637
Chemist III

Jenika Lou D. Javier
PRC License No.: 001-1771
Chemist II

Leticia D. Pili
Laboratory Technician II

Teresita B. Parayo
Laboratory Aide II

Leonida S. Garcia
Laboratory Aide I 

Rizalinda C. Cunanan
Laboratory Aide I