Reina Helena Farms is located in the Municipality of Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac within sight of the foothills of the Zambales Mountain Range. It is in the northwest sector of the Central Plains.

To provide healthier food choices for all, one cropping season at a time.

By using Natural Farming Method, Reina Helena Farms wants to be in the forefront of Environmental Conservation that will preserve productivity of the land for generations to come. Man, being commissioned by the Almighty to have “dominion over all the earth” must practice sustainable agriculture. It is our vision to provide high quality and safe foods that will contribute to global health.

Even as we aim to uplift the social conditions of the local farmers and farm employees, the economic viability of The Farm will be considered as it endeavors to exist as model farm for Sta. Ignacia to be proud of. Reina Helena Farms envisions the foods it produces to meet world class quality standards; to provide consumers with healthier options, scientific validation shall be carried out on a regular basis. Product quality is a priority and consumers will be afforded food safety.

Having links with the medical community, we will take steps to assure patients with special dietary requirements that Reina Helena Farms is committed to a contaminant-free farming practice. Our products will be free of synthetic pesticides, antibiotics, fertilizers and compounds scientifically proven to be harmful to health.

Sta. Ignacia is a third class municipality where agriculture is the main livelihood of its people, the land planted mostly to rice. Relying largely on rains during the southwest monsoon season, and the absence of land irrigation, once a year cropping is the norm.

The farm is part of the estate of Don Francisco Milla, Sr., an alcalde mayor of Sta. Ignacia in the early 1900’s during the American Commonwealth years; the estate being planted to rice for three generations using conventional methods. But, fortunately so, it has several areas that have been virgin and untouched. Reina Helena Farms sits in one of those lots.

What makes it an ideal site for free-range poultry farming is its relative isolation.

1. It is not within known migratory bird routes.

2. There is no poultry within a five kilometer radius.

3. Wind flow to the area is predominantly southwest and northeast while poultry farms are in the southeast- pestilence is minimized.

4. The pronounced dry season between December to May practically serves as a natural barrier to microbial growth that could potentially undermine productivity.

5. Its location in the middle of the Central Plains of Luzon exposes it to the desiccating effect of the dry northeast winds between December and May, naturally breaking the life cycle of pathogens.

6. It has its own water source at 10500 liters per hour, making planting year-round feasible, considering that Reina Helena Farms prefers fodder from fresh plant source.

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