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Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by ozornet(m): 6:52pm On Jan 14, 2016
Soya beans the miracle seeds, belong to the legume family and are native to East Asia. They have been an important source of protein for that part of the world for over five thousand years. It originated from China. In 2853 BC, Emperor Sheng-Nung of China named five sacred plants – soybeans, rice, wheat, barley, and millet. soya bean plants were domesticated by the Chinese between 17th and 11th century BC where they were cultivated into a food crop. soya beans were considered as one of the five holy crops alongside rice, wheat, barley and millet. soya beans are very versatile and are consumed by both humans and livestock. Although most soybeans are yellow,
there are also rare varieties which are black, brown or even green.

The first soya beans arrived in America in the early 1800's. It was not until 1879 that a few brave farmers began to plant soya beans as forage for their livestock. Around 1900 the US Department of Agriculture was conducting tests on soya beans and encouraging their farmers to plant them as animal feed. In 1904, the famous American chemist, G. W. Carver discovered that soya beans are a valuable source of protein and oil.
Although soya beans are native to Southeast Asia, 55 percent of production is in the United States. The US produced 75 million metric tons of soybeans in 2000 of which more than one-third was exported. Other leading producers of soya beans are Argentina, Brazil, China and India. Much of the US production is either fed to animals or exported, though US consumption of soy by people has been increasing. Brazil is expected to become the world's biggest soybean exporter in 2004, displacing the United States from the top seat.

Historically it was not quite clear when soya beans entered Africa, although it is believed that it might be as early as the 1800s in the Eastern coast of Africa since that region had had earlier trade contacts with the Chinese. The earliest known cultivation of soya beans in Africa was in 1896, when they were grown in Algeria by a French Agronomist Trabut, at a government botanical station there. The next know record of cultivation was in 1903 when they were grown South Africa at Cedara in Natal and in the Transvaal.
Starting from 1908 there was dramatic increase in interest in growing of soya beans in Africa, as Europe began to import soya beans from Manchuria in large quantities in response to a severe shortages and high prices of oil. By then Earopean nations turned to their colonies as potential areas for the cultivation of soya beans. By 1908 the British have started growing soya beans in the middle belt of Nigeria on a small scale and after some tests and analysis, soya beans were found to flourish and grow well there hence the middle belt of Nigeria particularly Benue State is the home of soya beans cultivation today. Nigeria is currently the largest producers of soya bean in Africa with an annul production of 500,000 metric tons valued at N300 billion and seconded only by South Africa.

The business Opportunity for Investors in small scale soya beans processing in Nigeria: The processing of soya beans is very complex. soya beans contains poisonous inhibitors if when not properly remove is injurious both to humans and livestock. The oil content in soya beans is just about 20% on the maximum and a may be much less in other varieties. However, soya beans oil is of a high quality without cholesterol and in the grade of olive oil. soya beans contains a very high quality protein reputed to be superior to animal protein and it has numerous health and medicinal properties.
The money making opportunities we are advocating here is in setting up a small scale soya beans processing factory that would produce high quality soya beans oil and soya beans cake/meal. on a large scale, the commercial production of soya bean oil is an expensive and complex process because such venture employ the chemical extraction method which uses a chemical solvent called hexane to extract the oil from the flaked beans. We discourage this method because it is very expensive and more-so is not Eco-friendly as the chemical Hexane is a cancer causing agent which if not properly removed could get into the food chain of humans beings.
As a result we are advocating a mechanical method called dry extrusion to process our soya beans. This is a simple method perfected by the Americans and championed by Insta-Pro Inc. by which a simple machine called Extruder would optimally process{cook} the soya beans into full fat soya cake and thereafter if desired, the hot full fat cake is passed in a continuous process through another simple machine called Expresser or Expeller for the oil to be extracted thereby leaving you with the less fat soya cake which can be pulverized/hammer milled into smaller particles called soyameal.The full fat soya cake is rich with oil, protein and other nutrients suitable for accelerated growth and fattening of livestock particularly poultry{broilers}, the miracle of a day old chick maturing to 2.5kg table chicken in a matter of four weeks, and the less fat soya meal is suitable for egg laying chicken that makes them drop large eggs on daily bases. soya beans is surely the miracle seeds. We as consultants can package you for the establishment of a small scale soya beans processing plant that can do 20 metric tons soya beans in 24 hour. The total project cost is about N6 million if you have accommodation. your profit margin is the region of N10,000 per metric ton processed. Call us on +2348181926534, +2348037788438, +2348028606026 or email ozorprice1@yahoo.com for detailed discussion. Attached is the Table of Content of a Bankable business plan for The soya beans Project. Thanks and God bless. Ozor Godwin Esq.


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Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by ozornet(m): 8:01am On Jan 19, 2016
The small scale soya bean processing is surely a money spinner and suitable for investing by young entrepreneurs with minimum start up capital.
Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by ozornet(m): 6:32pm On Jan 20, 2016
Clean soyabean seeds needed. Suppliers please get in touch with whatsapp/call 08037788438, mobile phone 08181926534. Thanks.

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Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by ozornet(m): 10:05am On Mar 12, 2016
Dear Nairalanders,
The aim of this thread is to bring ideas, mentors and potential investors/entrepreneurs together with a view to creating jobs, reducing poverty and creating wealth.
This has become necessary because we have observed that a lot of people have funds but lacked the right investment idea(s) while others have investment information but no funds. Therefore, we want to bring everyone under one roof basically to share investment information and we believe that new partnerships can also be forged in the process.
However, every information or personality should be independently verified before taking any action.
Good people, get the ideas rolling in. Mentors are encouraged to volunteer. Let's make Africa great.
I will make a new user group so only nairalanders will be apart of. here is my website. create an account and comment so i can add you.
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Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by ozornet(m): 10:06am On Mar 12, 2016
Nice analysis, to my friend who disputed the the profit margin you're definitely in order.

I think we've to factor other nominal cost of production, personnel, maintenance, etc. The bottom line is that the business is feasible and profitable.

Op, educate me more on ariessino26@yahoo.com with emphasis on access to raw soya beans.
Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by ozornet(m): 10:08am On Mar 12, 2016
Yes the business is very feasible and whether an operator makes the claimed profit margin depends largely on his ability to manage all aspects of the business. Starting from raw materials purchases, to factory and production management, to costs and operating management and up to marketing and sales management. However, the fact still remains that as at today at Gboko in Benue State (the home of quality soyabean seeds) you can buy one metric ton of soyabeans for N108,000. At Enugu today one ton of Full Fat soya cake sells for N170,000, one ton of Less Fat soya meal sells for N160,000 and one ton of Crude soya oil sells for N300,000. At Kaduna the Crude oil sells at N350,000 it may be more or less at other cities but we shall use Enugu data for this illustration. Granted that you buy the raw materials from Benue State and transport same to Enugu, let us say the seeds would land at N118,000 per ton. Now if you wish to produce Full Fat soya cake straight away, you get 950 kg from your one ton of soyabean seeds. At N170 per kg, you will realize N161,500 from the sales of the Full Fat soya cake. That gives you a gross margin of N43,500. Again if you wish to produce the Crude oil and Less Fat cake/meal, you will get 850 kg of Less Fat soya cake/meal and 100 kg of Crude Soya oil. This option will give you a sales revenue of N136,000 plus N30,000 which equals N166,000 thereby giving you a gross margin of N48,000. From the foregoing you can do your arithmetic and find out for yourself whether it is profitable. You can also make your own inquiries about the prices of items given here to further clarify our claims. The system we are advocating here which is a Dry Extrusion Method with one 2000 Series Extruder and one 15 tons per day capacity Oil Expeller can handle between 900 kg and 1000 kg (one ton) of raw materials per day of two shifts i.e day and night shifts. We have this system running for our numerous clients who are already into production and we can still set it up for any investor who wish to venture into the business.
As to raw materials and finished products; Nigeria is the largest producer of Soyabeans in Africa followed by South Africa. The whole of Middle Belt of Nigeria is a Soyabean producing zone. The crop is available all year round. The market for the finished product which is oil and cake are everyday use items, as no household can do without vegetable oil and the animal (particularly Poultry) feeds industry cannot do without soya cake. You can reach us on whatsapp 08037788438 or mobile number 08181926534 for a one on one discussion.
Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by ozornet(m): 10:09am On Mar 12, 2016
This is a picture of our Extruder under construction

Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by ozornet(m): 10:10am On Mar 12, 2016
I tried to post a video of Our Extruder in operation producing Full Fat soya cake but the Nairaland system is rejecting it maybe because of the heavy megabit. So interested investors can contact us on whatsapp 08037788438 or 08181926534 let try to send same through whatsapp or email attachment.
Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by Kewt: 8:47am On Mar 15, 2016
ozornet:

Yes the business is very feasible and whether an operator makes the claimed profit margin depends largely on his ability to manage all aspects of the business. Starting from raw materials purchases, to factory and production management, to costs and operating management and up to marketing and sales management. However, the fact still remains that as at today at Gboko in Benue State (the home of quality soyabean seeds) you can buy one metric ton of soyabeans for N108,000. At Enugu today one ton of Full Fat soya cake sells for N170,000, one ton of Less Fat soya meal sells for N160,000 and one ton of Crude soya oil sells for N300,000. At Kaduna the Crude oil sells at N350,000 it may be more or less at other cities but we shall use Enugu data for this illustration. Granted that you buy the raw materials from Benue State and transport same to Enugu, let us say the seeds would land at N118,000 per ton. Now if you wish to produce Full Fat soya cake straight away, you get 950 kg from your one ton of soyabean seeds. At N170 per kg, you will realize N161,500 from the sales of the Full Fat soya cake. That gives you a gross margin of N43,500. Again if you wish to produce the Crude oil and Less Fat cake/meal, you will get 850 kg of Less Fat soya cake/meal and 100 kg of Crude Soya oil. This option will give you a sales revenue of N136,000 plus N30,000 which equals N166,000 thereby giving you a gross margin of N48,000. From the foregoing you can do your arithmetic and find out for yourself whether it is profitable. You can also make your own inquiries about the prices of items given here to further clarify our claims. The system we are advocating here which is a Dry Extrusion Method with one 2000 Series Extruder and one 15 tons per day capacity Oil Expeller can handle between 900 kg and 1000 kg (one ton) of raw materials per day of two shifts i.e day and night shifts. We have this system running for our numerous clients who are already into production and we can still set it up for any investor who wish to venture into the business.
As to raw materials and finished products; Nigeria is the largest producer of Soyabeans in Africa followed by South Africa. The whole of Middle Belt of Nigeria is a Soyabean producing zone. The crop is available all year round. The market for the finished product which is oil and cake are everyday use items, as no household can do without vegetable oil and the animal (particularly Poultry) feeds industry cannot do without soya cake. You can reach us on whatsapp 08037788438 or mobile number 08181926534 for a one on one discussion.



There are enormous potentials in the Agric value chain. I have no doubt on the viability of this business project. @OP, I will need to contact you for more guidance when I am prepared.
Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by Kewt: 9:02am On Mar 15, 2016
@OP, Kindly do justice to the following questions:

Are there varieties of soya bean seeds one should look out for when buying in Benue or Kaduna?
If there are, what is the best variety that will give maximum oil yield for those interested in oil extraction?
How does one establish a market for the by products like soya bean cake and sludge assuming the oil is the major product?

Thanks as you provide clarifications that will set the basis for further discussions.

God bless our hussles!
Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by ozornet(m): 7:08pm On Mar 17, 2016
Kewt:
@OP, Kindly do justice to the following questions:

Are there varieties of soya bean seeds one should look out for when buying in Benue or Kaduna?
If there are, what is the best variety that will give maximum oil yield for those interested in oil extraction?
How does one establish a market for the by products like soya bean cake and sludge assuming the oil is the major product?

Thanks as you provide clarifications that will set the basis for further discussions.

God bless our hussles!

There are varieties of soya beans in Nigeria. There are the white, brown and black colours. Some variety yield more oil than others. However, on a general basis soya beans from Benue and Taraba are the highest in terms of oil content. They yield more oil than soya beans from the North West like Kaduna, Kano variety. The differences in oil yield among these varieties are something in the range of between 1% to 5%. However, using the Dry Extrusion Method an average extraction rate of 10% to 15% is very adequate.

In soya bean processing, like we keep saying, the cake is the major product and the oil a minor product. Soya beans by nature has a small oil content, between 15% and 20% (for hybrid American variety) and 80% to 85% cake. The market for cake is very large because the animal (poultry) freed industry depend very much on soya bean cake as raw materials for their finished products. Sludge is very minor by-product are not very significant.
Re: Get Your Business Plan On A Small Scale Soya Beans Processing Factory by iwuoahsamuels: 11:20am On May 16, 2016
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