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|Quail Farming In Nigeria by ogbongenet: 12:46pm On Mar 09, 2012|
Quail Farming,quick Cash:
Quail farming is an uncommon farming business in Nigeria, but the few people that have embraced it are not only smiling to banks, they are also enjoying both the nutritional and health values derived from consuming it
Considering the large number of poultry farmers in Kaduna that have embraced quail farming, it is no doubt one booming farming business that is gradually taking over chicken poultry business in most parts of the north. The high rate of returns and low cost of investment as well rearing them are some of the reasons many farmers are fast resorting to quail farming. In Zaria alone, there are more than 50 farms where quail are reared and sold. The fact that the birds grow and reach maturity stage faster and lay eggs within two months, compared with the six-month maturity period of chickens for whether egg-laying or consumption, attract them to farmers who see the business as a better and more sustainable investment to explore.
From market surveys both in Zaria and Kaduna, a female quail bird sells for N500 while the male goes for between N250 and N300. Its speckled eggs go for between N20 and N25. The bird’s high nutritional and market value encourage many chicken poultry farmers to abandon the business for quail farming. The NEWS gathered that these financial and health benefits, especially the high and quick returns on investment, largely explained farmers’ rush into the business in Jos where it first started, and in Kano, Kaduna and other states in the north where it is booming now. But it is very difficult for people in the southwest who wish to go into quail farming due to the problem of getting quail chicks for starting. Good news the problem has now been solved because you can easily get it now in Ibadan. I started the business just three months ago but glory be to God I earn nothing less than 2000 Naira every day.
BENEFIT OF QUAIL FARMING
It is very easy to maintain
It is not capital intensive compare to poultry farming
High return in a very short time (quail start laying at 45 day old)
It require small space
Quail egg are now recommended in the hospital which makes a good business
Here are some additional benefits you might get from eating quail eggs.:
* acquire a strong immunity system and improve metabolism.
* contain important quantity of calcium easy to assimilate.
* help healing gastritis, ulcer.
* increase hemoglobin level, remove heavy metals, toxins from blood.
* help in the treatment of tuberculosis, asthma,.
* contain ovomucoid protein, used in the production of anti allergic drugs.
* help inhibit cancerous growth.
* help eliminate and remove stones from liver, kidneys and bladder.
* stimulate intellectual activity.
* may accelerate recuperation after blood stroke and help strengthen heart muscle.
* are a powerful stimulant of intimate potency. They nourish the prostrate gland with useful substances, phosphorus, proteins and vitamins and therefore help restore intimate potency.
FOR FURTHER INFO ON QUAIL FARMING OR HOW TO BUY QUAIL EGGS CONTACT ME ON 08060115253, 07054073725 OR firstname.lastname@example.org..I CAN SUPPLY ANY NUMBAS OF QUAIL BIRDS...TNX
please beware of 419 dat do claim of selling quail eggs and bird without having a farm,do ur finds before paying anybody.
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|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by halamuh(m): 10:09am On Nov 15, 2012|
Nice info, but I want to strt supplying same around here, I don't know if I can get the eggs from your farm for supply. Pls contact me on 08063453324, email@example.com. Hope to hear from you soonest.
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by tinnymerit(m): 5:23pm On Nov 15, 2012|
if you want the day old quails,i can supply you in ibadan.it goes for 150 naira per one.mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 08130800889.tanks.Though our eggs go for 1k per crate,we supply pple and chinese restaurants.
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by olasmith10(m): 4:12pm On Dec 29, 2012|
Pls how do u supply to people in lagos.And besides what are it feeds.
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by falar(m): 9:01am On Mar 19, 2013|
How can one cook the eggs.
i bought some crate which i have cooked some eggs but are never done.
is anything the problem?
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by IjogzK(m): 6:21pm On Apr 07, 2013|
Seems like you couldn't keep up with d Vibe!!!
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by opaquzy(m): 11:06pm On Apr 13, 2013|
pls how much does a chick of quail cost? Besides, both the male and the female, are they of the same price?
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by aAK1(m): 12:39pm On Apr 14, 2013|
i can also supply day old chicks in large quantity any where in the country.our eggs go for 650 per crate.contact me on,07061296381.pin 27fbD470
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by Nickipedia: 12:52pm On May 27, 2013|
were can i get d chick nd how much is it.pls send d details to my e-mail email@example.com
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by Rexyl(m): 3:35pm On May 27, 2013|
How do I get some chicks? to venture into the biz
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by paulishie: 7:43pm On Jun 05, 2013|
Call Quail's World on 08033884796, 07035533124, 08055155559 for your quail eggs and chicks. (Ibadan)
Also call Paul for Practical One -On - One Training on Quail Farming ---07035533124.
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by aAK1(m): 8:53pm On Jun 05, 2013|
We now sell mini incubators that r suitable for quail production.our mini incubators can hatch 150-200 birds at a time and r very affordable. 07061296381
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by owoyele2: 11:12pm On Jun 08, 2013|
Can anyone please help me with information on cost of quail cages and where to buy them?
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by ONETIMESMS: 2:30pm On Jul 04, 2013|
pls i need qual eggs and bird in laos, if you have kindly send your contact to 08052212084. thanks
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by aAK1(m): 3:28pm On Jul 04, 2013|
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by tinnymerit(m): 4:56am On Jul 05, 2013|
ONETIMESMS: pls i need qual eggs and bird in laos, if you have kindly send your contact to 08052212084. thanksmercy farms:08130800889
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by obalukan: 8:47pm On Jul 06, 2013|
Good day to you all i can also supply you the quail, turkey and other chicks at any time and i can deliver it to you anywhere you are. you can contact on 08056852811,08064288118
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by Tosade01: 7:51pm On Jul 22, 2013|
Hi, thanks you all for the usable info. Am interested in the quail farming and I av zero knowledge of it. If you have any useful info as regard where to get the egg, the day oil quail birds, how to construct the cage and how to mix their feed.
Kindly contact me on 07033845416 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by hitlab: 5:38pm On Aug 16, 2013|
Good day wonderful Biz Ppl . I can supply you Day old quail & 3wks old anywhere in Ibadan.
Also available, Quail Egg crates
Contact: 08088816971- Herald Farms. E-mail: email@example.com
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by Quailbirdfarmer: 6:45pm On Sep 05, 2013|
We supply quail birds and fresh quail eggs @ a cheaper rate through out the federation, we also set up quail farm for investors and educate more about the quail and marketing stratedy.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org/08140590085 for more details about quail farming business.
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by pneumaticos(m): 10:38pm On Sep 12, 2013|
we are also here to give the best of quail eggs
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by ogbongenet: 11:27pm On Feb 22, 2015|
Both day old and marured Quail for sale in large quantity.....
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by aAK1(m): 11:36am On Feb 23, 2015|
We sell Incubators. 07061296381
|Re: Quail Farming In Nigeria by ogbongenet: 8:45pm On Jun 03, 2015|
Quail birds,Eggs available....hom delivery..
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