Asian Black Pig - If available in Cambodia. In Thailand I have friends who rear Black Pigs. The costs are variable! But at the time I was out with them in the countryside. Pink piglets were 600-800 baht. Black piglets 800-1000 baht. The price at market for the grown Pink pig was 5000 baht. Black pig 7000 baht. Problems I was to understand, were you would be guaranteed a good price if you where involved with the buyer, whom would sell you the piglet and the pig food!!! But to do it independently! Black Pig was in demand, and good eating.
Hands on Educational Aquaponics Center - When fully operational, for anyone who has an interest and would like to learn.
I wanted to start a new topic about them, since you mentioned pigs. A friend of Chan's tried raising pigs for a year or two, here in Battambang. They recently lost every one of the animals to a disease. Not sure what it was that killed them. I'm pretty sure it was because she and her hsuband didn't immunize the entire (not sure what you call a group of pigs? a swine?) group, though.
When we first started in chickens, the same thing happened to us. It was Newcastle disease that killed our chickens, though. After that first flock was lost, we learned our lesson and immunized all others afterward. Never lost another chicken to it, although the neighbors lost countless birds. A simple, and very cheap medication could have prevented that from happening.
Anyway, until you mentioned it, I hadn't really even thought of raising pigs. But, I certainly am not above doing that, for sure. We have a fair amount of land to put them on - pigs would be at southernmost area of the property. Then, just pray that no winds come out of the south. LOL