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Poultry Farming: Common Mistakes That Spoil The Business (1)   Leave a comment

Poor Farm Location
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Poultry farming business is a viable and lucrative business in Nigeria and used to be one of the most feared or dreaded. i acknowledge that there are sweet and bitter aspects in this business but the bitter aspects can be managed if you have the right information to manage them. TheĀ  details of the sweet and bitter aspects of this business have been fully discussed in the previous 40+ posts.

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I want to talk about what makes a good location for success in poultry farming which is an area where some have had problems which affected the business. A good farm site is crucial to success in the business. There are many factors to take note of in site selection.

A good farm location must not have been used for poultry farming for about 5 years previously.The location should be situate near a source of regular and clean water.Flowing streams and deep wells are good but ponds are not good.The land should have a gentle slope that can drain water. A flat terrain may be bad if it cannot drain water and a hilly land that suffers from erosion is not good.

To be continued
John Ayodele
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