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Job seekers, retirees and all business minded people to focus on snail business because it can put food on your table.

Snails are very easy to rear. They do not bite, kick, bark, sting or harm and they don’t mess up the environment like other livestock. Snail farming is a business that does not require millions of naira. If land/space like one room size is available, then you don’t have problem. With N180, 000 anyone can start

Have you always planned of putting up a snailery? Here is a guide to help you get started on what breeding setup to build, what species of snails to raise, what soil to put them into, what food to feed them, among others.
Read on and discover the basics to snail farming.
It has both the female and male sexual organs; so one cannot really distinguish between the male and female specie of it.
Snails are grown in various parts Nigeria for various reasons. A snail’s flesh is cooked and eaten as food and its shell is used as material for accessories and decorative items. Snails in manageable quantities may also be used to kill harmful insects in the farm.
There are people who grow snails for business or for home use. If you are interested in starting a snail farm, here is how:
   Make a suitable breeding place for the snail. The size should be suited for your purpose – whether you are growing it for personal consumption or for re-sale to others. You can use a covered box if you are breeding in small scale. For larger population, you can dug a trench or make a concrete pen and cover it with screen or wire all around to prevent the snails from escaping. Remember that snails can reproduce fast and become pests when their breeding is uncontrolled. Also, the wire is useful in keeping away rats and snakes or other predators from eating the snails. But aside from these bigger predators, also be wary about smaller ones like ants and termites.
   Put moist, loamy soil in the breeding area. Put litters or leaves to serve as shelter for the snails. Snails love dark and cold places. Make sure the humidity does not drop to levels harmful to the snails. You can use cloth that is regularly wet to regulate the temperature.
   Decide on the size of your stock. Would you like to start from hatchlings or from pre-adult snails?
   Put stock snails in breeding area. Different snails are bred in different areas of the world. Be sure, especially if you are breeding commercially, that what you rear is the kind that sells on the market. Edible snails that grow in tropical area are. Those that are popular in tropical areas are the Achatina fulica, Achatina achatina and Archachatina marginata. Obtain a stock from other local breeder, otherwise you have to import it.
   Observe the proper stocking density for the area you have and for the size of snails you are growing.
   Feed snails leaves, fruits, or even formula from the feed store. Aside from food to grow tissues, snails need calcium to grow shells.
   Once they start growing, separate the big ones from the small ones. It takes more than a year for the Achatina types to grow to harvest size. Others mature in two years.
Many who rear snails in Nigeria are also unwilling to let others know about the farming methodology. The techniques are often shrouded in secrecy. But the plain truth is that snail farming is as easy as ABC. The only thing the snails may constantly demand from you is your attention and care. They hardly fall sick. You don't have to buy their food and you may not have to spend much to create an abode for them. The beauty of it all is that the snails reproduce rapidly.
It is not an exaggeration to say that on the long run, you can make over 100 percent return on investment, if you convert a portion of land to commercial snail farming, observes a snail farmer. Snail farming is a three-in-one project that involves production of snails, vegetables and various kinds of fruits snails eat.

More so, you can make money from these three segments of the project. Anybody can manage including women and children, as snails are odourless, harmless and very easy to manage. Snails have economic value; it is very close to cash. You will not regret it if you have the right knowledge. The income is multifarious, as you make money from the snail
Commercial snail farming generates employment opportunities for youth, women, retirees and part-time jobs for even the employed. For the nation, it provides a ready avenue to reduce poverty, creates jobs and generates foreign exchange.
According to him, "to start the business is a function of the land space you have. You can start with N40, 000 to N50, 000, depending on the space of land you have. What you require using modern technology include blocks, rod, cement, sand; if you use these materials to construct the pen, it stands the taste of time.

30,000 snails are capable of producing hundreds of eggs, which hatch into snails. It is now possible to produce 1,000,000 snails worth more than N5 million twice a year. This is made possible because of the availability of very highly prolific ACHATINA ACHATINA species of snails, which lay 80-200 in one batch 2-3 times a year.
For instance, if I buy one snail from my supplier at N200 and put it in my farm, after three months it will grow and we can sell it for N300 or N350. In addition to that, it will lay eggs for you, so you make money from both the eggs and the appreciation of the size of the snail."

Some people use wood, bamboo, and after one or two seasons, they can be damaged by rains. But cement, rod, galvanised wire net, can last for a very long time. But we are talking about commercial snail farming, not just snail farming. We should move away from rearing snails in tyres, clay pot, boxes to the modern method of free- range system that you use rear 100,000 snails for local consumption and export.

Snail farming requires practical knowledge before venturing into the business, and this according to him, is because "snail business is knowledge base. If you do not have skills, you cannot go far and if you are involved in wrong principles, you will not do well. Skills are very important. If you do not have the skills, you can talk about snails farming for 30 to 50 years, the industry will not grow. We need to do a lot of researches.

I have done a lot of researches and I now know practically everything they like and everything they do not like. Advised those who have land, irrespective of the size, to invest on it rather than allow it to waste. "For people who have land, no matter how small, it is good to put something on it because land is an asset. I know that a lot of people have but do not know what to do with it.

Given my experience, no land should be wasted. If you farm snails on it, over time, whatever investment you put in it will come back. "I strongly advise people who are interested in snail farming to venture into it. It is something that investors can not regret. I have been practicing snail farmer for 4years. Also, the recreation you can get from it is something that you cannot quantify in monetary terms".

Nigeria's economic recovery programs have necessitated a radical shift from total dependence on government for job to self-employment. One such attractive area for self-employment is snail rearing. It is a great money-spinning business that can provide a substantial source of protein to complement Nigerian carbohydrate meals. Sadly Nigerians inclination to go into business in the fields where thousands have already made their fortune has led to the utter neglect of such lucrative area of snail farming in Nigeria or export at international market.

Our guide will run you through questions you need to consider before starting a snail farm. It will also give you a basic idea on what to expect when operating and managing your snail  business.

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WHY PEOPLE ARE GETTING INTO THE BUSINESS OF INTENSIVE SNAIL FARMING

    * Highly profitable due to increase productivity and reduce mortality rate
    * Relatively easy and cheap to start and manage
    * Require very little time, energy and space to manage snail farming. You can actually have a snail farm of up to 4,000 snail behind your window even as a tenant. And anybody can do it, old and young.
    * It’s not messy
    * Local demand is increasing as the people become more conscious of its health value.
    * Demand from Hotel is high and with more hotel outlets springing up daily, demand actually exceed suppliers.
    * Profitable for export purposes to United Kingdom, Japan, and United States of America.
    * People are more interested in entrepreneur instead of unsecured salary job
    * The need to have second source of income by most of the salary earners.

Our 2014 SNAIL farming Business Plan is full of help and industry secrets to make sure your SNAIL Farming Business succeeds.
If you are interested in purchasing the completed editable MS Word and documents for this business plan, please follow the instruction below! Also, the text of the business plan is formatted with a fully automated table of contents.
So what is different ?

Company Ownership
You certainly should specify who owns your Snail Farming Business and specify the precise sector you will hope to sell your products and services.
   Location(s) and Facilities
Detail the physical locality of your enterprise, and the website URL , together with an outline about the location and the benefits this will provide to the Snail Farming Business.
A good location, whether it is a bricks and mortar location or online, is essential to attracting customers.
Among the many serious considerations for any company is it's location. an excellent location is critical to interesting future purchasers, and can be a tremendous influence on the potential accomplishments of your snail farm.
There are the pivotal that want considering when deciding your businesses locale:
•   Passing Trade – Is your venture at an address where there are lots of future buyers nearby?
•   Ease of Access – You should make certain it is easy for potential customers to call on your business
•   Competition – Is there anyone nearby that might be considered as a rival with your company on any products? There are two standard concepts about any competitors; the first is that having plenty of different competitors means the region is taken, and the second is that having a lot of competitors means there must be demand for your products! Clearly you should understand the situation your company is in.
Snail Farming Business Plan Start-up Summary.
Provide specifics of the investment that you need for your business.
Set-up costs for your venture
Every Snail Farming Business is not the same, and has their own different funding requirements at various stages of expansion, so there is no generic method for calculating the startup expenses. Many companies might be set up with little money although some ventures may need to borrow a largish amount for inventory and assets. It is exceptionally important to be sure that you will have enough funding to open the business venture.
In order to break down the set up expenditure for your Snail Farming Business Plan, you must determine all the expenses that you will get before you start creating income. A few expenses will be isolated payments such as the fee for incorporating your company or the charges involved in preparing the building. The rest of the expenses will be recurring, like the cost of utilities, inventory, feeds, etc.
You should split these amounts by whether they're integral to your business or discretional. A sensible opening forecast must include those expenses that are really essential for starting the company. The primary costs may be split into two appropriate categories: fixed costs and variable costs, those that relate to creating sales for your business. Fixed overheads may constitute expenses like the feeds and admin costs. Variable costs including stock purchases, postage and packaging charges, sales commissions, and any other expenses associated with the direct sale of goods and services.
Snail Farming Business Plan Products and Services
Snail Farming Business Products Description
Clearly describe all the products and services that your company be offering, and set out your ideas about future services and describe why you'll be providing them.
Selling at the proper asking price for your goods and services is the biggest problem faced by company proprietors. Figuring out the expense of supplying your merchandise may be relatively easy, but the price you can charge is largely determined by the competitors. What your business can charge will be influenced by how your rivals are placed in the sector and the charges likely consumers might be happy to pay, but patently the price needs to meet all your production costs and allow for a profit.
Asking too excessive a price can create missed revenue. Undercharging must reduce revenues and possibly result in your company collapsing. Prices need to cover expenses on the one hand but you need to be combative for your services on the other.
Your prices are critical to the company being profitable on account of it affects the way you place the business to the market. Your prices send information about the type of goods and services that you offer and where you are established in relation to the competition. Whilst you must comprehend the impact of pricing on profitability you should be able to select the best pricing strategy for the organization.
 
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1.0   Snail Farm Executive Summary
1.1 Snail Farm Objectives
1.2 Mission
1.3 Proposed Capacity
 
2.0 Snail Farm Products and Services
2.1 Products and Service Description
2.2 Technology
2.3 Sourcing and Fulfilment
2.4 Company Locations and Facilities
3.0 Snail Farm Market Analysis Summary
3.1 Main Competitors
3.2 Target Market Segment Strategy

4.0 Snail Farm Management Summary
4.1 Management Team
4.2 Equipment/Machinery Requirement/ Land & Building/Seed
4.3 Personnel Plan
4.4 Raw Material Requirement

Projected Profit and Loss for 1,000 point of laying snails
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INCOME EARNING OPPORTUNITY
   From our own experience, they include, among others:

    * The demand for snail is higher than the supplies as such the market potential of snail is inexhaustible, locally and internationally.

    *  This technology has been approved to be most lucrative farming venture presently, as it requires far less capital investment, while much profit is being generated in a considerable short period. It has lower risk compared to other livestock farming.

    * Snail farming in Nigeria is a virgin in the kingdom of livestock as a result the earlier investors   without doubt have bright prospects in exploring this venture.

    *  Virtually every part of snail is of vital use in Food, Pharmaceutical industry, manufacturing and fishing industries.

    *  Snail is an export commodity, which has value next to gold in overseas countries. It is a foreign exchange income earner of our days. Our climate is one of the best in snail breeding.

    *   Snail farming in Nigeria requires small capital and the running cost is very low, hence their feeds are very local

    *  Snail business indeed is a GEM in the livestock business. Therefore take advantage of the opportunity of being among the forerunners in this unbeatable venture.

    *  You can conveniently earn income a thousand fold higher than your present earning. You can keep your present job and do this on part time since it doesn't require much time.

    *  This is a real export market that earns foreign revenue without you running from pillar to post.

    *   This is not fiction but factual. Not imaginary but a reality. You too will share your view with others.

    * No stress, no time consuming, no odour, no noise and no irritation.

    * Snail farming is a practicable and viable venture yet unexplored in Nigeria. If it has worked elsewhere, it will work in Nigeria.
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« Reply #5 on: February 22, 2011, 07:53:07 AM »

THE SNAIL MARKET
If you rear snail in commercial quantity, Hotels, fast food restaurants such as Genesis fast food, The promise, Mr. Biggs, Tantalizers, etc will be your regular customers. They will only need your assurance of regular supply per week. There is also good market for snail meat in the international market if only you can do a good packaging. You can make millions of naira from this vast and inexhaustible market. Snail farmers are making huge profit as the global demand for the delicacy increases. In Nigeria the prices of raw, matured snails goes for N250 to N600 Depending on the size. However, the annual demand for snail in Nigeria is about 7.5million kg annually. The international trade in snails is flourishing in Europe and North America. The United State America imports more than $4million worth of snails annually from all over the world, including Nigeria. France also requires about 15000 metric tons of the delicacy annually.
You now see that this is an opportunity for you to get rich. You don’t have to go in search of Job when you can conveniently make millions of naira right at your backyard with little capital.

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« Reply #6 on: April 07, 2014, 10:49:38 AM »

Trench pens are adjoining snail pens of 0.6 × 0.6 m to 1 × 1 m,  dug into the ground  (which must be very well-drained), or raised 40-50 cm above the ground. Outside walls and inner partitions consist of sandcrete blocks or mud bricks in either case. The pens are filled with suitable soil to a depth of 10-15 cm. They are covered with wooden or steel frame lids with chicken wire plus nylon mesh, and fitted with padlocks to discourage poachers. Obviously the pens must be protected against the fierce heat of the sun or heavy rain. Shredded semi-dry banana leaves may be spread in the pens to provide shelter for the snails


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Why You Should Start Your Backyard Snail Farming
The need to Grow Shelter Plants
Pen Stocking/capacity
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