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Bukidnon Province
the eighth largest province in the country, is situated upon a landlocked plateau at the center of Northern Mindanao and covers an area of 829,378 hectares. It is bounded on the norht and northwest by Misamis Oriental, on the east by Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte, on the south by North Cotabato and on the west by the Lanao provinces.

Capital: Malaybalay
Land Area: 10,498.59 km²
Population: 1,299,192 (2010)
Cities: Malaybalay and Valencia
Munacipalities: 20
Barangays: 464


The land_______________________________

The province's terrain is characterized by deep ravines and thickly forested mountains which protect the province from storms.

A Brief History___________________________

Bukidnon means "people of the mountains" and was named after the tribes who inhabited the mountains of the area. The province constituted one of the six districts of Mindanano during the Spanish regime. It subsequently became a sub-province of Misamis during the American era. The 20th centruy saw heavy migration of people to Mindanao thereby increasing the number of settlements in the area. In 1903, Bukidnon was made a separate province and was formally recognized as such on March 10, 1917 under Republic Act No. 2711.

The People______________________________

Majority of the residents of Bukidnon are Cebuanos, followed by Panay-Hiligaynons, Manobos, Muslims, other Visayans, Tagalogs and Ilocanos.

Commerce and Industry_____________________

Bukidnon is noted for its succulent and sweet pineapples. The pineapple plantation of Del Monte alone is over 10,000 hectares. The province also leads in rice production in Northern Mindanao. Aside from pineapple and rice, vast tracts of land are planted with sugarcan, corn and banana which are its basic agricultural crops. Its mineral deposits include gold, manganese, chromite, raw materials for construction, feldspar, limestone, silica and guano. More than half of its land area are forestland which are rich sources of timber, rattan and other monor forest products.

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