Grasscutter Farming Business is becoming popular in Africa. This is because it is the best way to earn COOL money from micro-livestock farming. Grasscutters popularly known as cane-rats are closely related to the porcupines, only that the porcupines are bigger. At 3.5 kg for the female and 4.5kg for the male, the Grasscutters are ready to be sold to consumers as a delicacy.
A female Grasscutter gives birth between 3 to 9 Grasscutters.
If you have 40 female Grasscutters and they give birth to 6 Grasscutters in the first year (they give birth twice a year), that is 240 Grasscutters from 40 females. If you sell 240 females for N5,000 that is a profit of N1,200,000.
If you decide to group them into colonies (a colony is made up of 1 male and 4 females) and sell to those who want to breed, that would be 240 divided by 5 which would give you 48 colonies. 48 colonies x N77,000= N3,696,000. Grasscutter Farming doesn’t require much space…
It doesn’t have an offensive smell like catfish or poultry. It only needs an initial capital investment of between N100,000 to N150,000. Grasscutters, are a delicacy in a number of countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia where markets exist for a wide variety of rodent species for consumption, Grasscutters are often preferred over other sources of meat.
The vast majority of these animals are still caught from the wild and several colours have been hunted so extensively that they are now extinct. And this offers small-scale farmers, investors, businessmen and all those with a business-mind set, an economic incentive for raising grasscutters in captivity. The Spiny Fur on the back and rounded nose differentiate them from true rats. When matured, it reaches a length of about 720 mm.
If after reading this article and you don’t make AT LEAST N950,000 before the end of 2017, you deserve to be brought to the VILLAGE SQUARE and given 27 lashes of cane on your buttocks.
SOME BENEFITS OF GRASSCUTTER FARMING
• One can actually depend on Grasscutter for his livelihood. Right from the training, domesticating, management, processing, transporting, storing and servicing Grasscutter produce should give employment to so many individuals, thus increasing our Nations GDP.
• Grasscutter is a source of delicacy. It is appreciated for the tenderness of the flesh. The nutritive value of Grasscutter is on the high side as the crude protein content is about 22.7% compared to 20.7% for rabbit meat, 19.25% for chicken and 18.2% for beef.
• Grasscutter can be raised as pet. People can derive pleasure seeing its activities such as eating which is very interesting to witness.
• Grasscutter production under domestication may help to reduce pressure on the wild and help to conserve our eco-system.
• The ease of domestication makes it better than most other micro-livestock. They are relatively noiseless and are not prone to disease like the rabbit.
• Its dung can be used as fertilizer for nurseries, flowers, shrubs, fruit trees etc.
• it does not have any religious or tribal bias against it.
• It can also be used for research in laboratory and schools.
• Grasscutter farming does not require an expansive area of land.
• The animal has an average litter of 8 young offspring’s per 12 months
This is what I
and other business-minded Nigerians like me…
have been using to make COOL money in the Agro industry.
As a matter of Fact, 3 months ago (July precisely) I generated over N4,000,000 stocking His Excellency, Governor Samuel Ortom’s Farm in Makurdi
So how do you start Grasscutter Farming Business? Follow these 3 simple steps below.
To start a Grasscutter Farming Business all you need is to follow these 3 Steps:
STEP 1: Get adequate information about Grasscutters, how to raise, handle and care for them. In page 32 of the book titled “Grasscutter Money Machine…”, you will find a list of foods for Grasscutters that you can source locally. These includes but is not limited to Maize, pineapples, Elephant grass, cassava tubers, Sugar cane, Ugu stems, watermelon etc.
STEP 2: After you have equipped yourself with the necessary knowledge, then locate a welder in your neighbourhood and tell him to build you a cage.
STEP 3: Once your cage is ready, then purchase your breeding stock and you are in business.
I have written a Grasscutter Farming book titled “Grasscutter Money Machine: How to create a money machine just by raising Grasscutters.”
For Just N5,500, I will give you this Grasscutter Farming Blueprint that I have used to SUCCESSFULLY train over 115 Nigerians on How to successfully START, OPERATE and PROFITABLY sell Grasscutters in Nigeria.
This E-Book is a 43 page Blueprint where i penned down all the knowledge, experience and tactics i have acquired, used and still use to operate my Grasscutter farming business.
In it, you will learn:
- The 11 benefits of starting a Grasscutter farming Business (go to page 17)
- The 3 types of Housing System (start from page 23)
- The tools you need in Your farm (in page 28)
- 14 IMPORTANT management hints (from page 29)
- The 3 major diseases that affect Grasscutters and their treatments ( go to page 30)
- 17 foods Grasscutters eat (start from page 31)
- 8 ways to detect pregnancy in the females (start from page 35)
- 7 ways of differentiating between male and female (start from page 36)
- and many more.
But that’s not all you will get. If You order for this book TODAY, i will also give you these Videos…
and these reports…
But that’s Still Not all. I will also give you a Cost Benefit Analysis for setting up a 50 colony Grasscutter farm…
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