Moreover, farm income is noted to be thesecond highest source of income for 2019, out of the sales derived from the twoprovincial farms, Negros First Ranch in Sta. Rosa, Murcia and ProvincialLivestock Dairy Farm and Breeding Center in La Granja, La Carlota City, NegrosOccidental. Data from PVO showed that the highestsource of income was generated from the regulatory services comprising 67.19percent of the total earnings, since the province is one of the major supplierof livestock and poultry to its neighboring islands like Panay and Cebu. The income also manifests the effective implementation of Provincial TaxOrdinance No. 2017-001, Series of 2017, carried out through district fieldunits established by the PVO. BACOLOD City – The Provincial Veterinary Office (PVO) ofNegros Occidental earned close to P10million in 2019, from sales on culled animal farms, farm products andby-products, issuance of Veterinary Health Certificates, farm inspection andregistration and other veterinary and laboratory fees. This 2020, PVO aims to increase itscollection by extending more products and highly improved services to keep thepublic satisfaction through effective and efficient implementation of itscatered product and services. (With areport from PIA/PN) Bulk of the income generated came fromveterinary inspection fees and veterinary health certificate issuancesamounting to P6.588 million; followed by farm income with total earningsamounting to P2.9-million; then from registration and licenses, P366,500; andfrom walk-in consultations and other laboratory fees amounting toP237,809.