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HOW TO START TURKEY FARMING BUSINESS WITH SMALL CAPITAL

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If we are to move Nigeria from the present economic recession we are facing right now then Agriculture is the way to go because country that can’t feed her citizens will always suffer in times of economic down turn. We will be discussing how you can successfully start a turkey business and earn profit from it in no distant time.

Turkey as we all know is a very common poultry bird in Nigeria that we can see all around homes especially in the rural areas. The basic reason people rear this bird is because it is a source of non-red meat. As it stands currently we are still importing frozen foods as a nation and that means we are exporting our wealth to other nations.
Turkey has a very high demand in the market because the Government has placed a ban on all poultry products being imported into the country. Why not key into this opportunity and start rearing your own turkey and make massive profit.
You can start turkey rearing with just a small cage built around where you live with as little as N30,000. In this article I will be telling you how you can grow them for a little while and sell them to ever ready consumers.

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Well, the numbers of turkey you chose to start rearing solely depends on the capital you have to invest, so that is where you will base all your calculations on but remember this is just a very simple turkey farming model.
Buying Turkey
When you are ready to start your turkey farm you can source for an already existing turkey farm in your locality where you can purchase the numbers you wish to start with but ensure you don’t go and buy birds with diseases.
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2 comments:

  1. Turkey farming is very tedious due to the amount of food they consume

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  2. U only need dilligence

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