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Common Mistakes In Snail Farming, Part Two by akinsmail51: 4:11pm On Nov 13, 2018
6. Many snail farmers commit the error of not seeking for right information, counsel or advice from others. Don’t be shy/afraid to ask questions from successful actors in the industry. Gain the advantage of learning what the worst problems might be, based on the experience of those who have been there. I mean those who have paid the learning price and now reaping the fruits. Attend seminars and workshops, read articles and journals, buy and read books. Always update your knowledge. Nothing stands still.

7. Failure to plan:  Another subtle mistake that most farmers give in to, is poor planning or lack of plan. Some people think that there's no big deal in snail farming thus they fail to plan, and an adage has it that 'fail to plan, is plan to fail.' Some of the vital documents that a commercial snail farmer has to prepare beforehand include : cash flow statement, food timetable for your snails to ensure balance diets are given to your snails, a sales plan document is also essential due to seasonal nature of snail market. Recall : The best way to avoid any surprising outcomes tomorrow is to plan ahead today for what the future may hold.

8. It's well known that snail farming is not that capital intensive when compared to other livestock farming such as poultry or catfish. No doubt, snail farming is a labour-intensive venture. Asides from acquiring requisite knowledge, the venture requires a serious commitment from the owners or handlers. Apart from normal daily provision of food and water for your snails, to prevent disease outbreak, pest attack, there may be a great need you visit and inspect your snail pen daily or you assign the tasks to a trustworthy handlers. You may have to take record of your snailery once in a month, all these tasks demand deep commitment and attention to detail.

9. Lack of Foresight : Failure to envisage business downturns or challenges: Be rest assured that you will experience challenges in your farm business. Failure to accept this is a mistake. No matter how prepared and  informed you are, there will always be some challenges. Business is never without risk.

10. Lack of Passion : A handful of people we started the business of snail farming have quit due to lack of passion. Passion is that drive inside of you that makes you want to move forward in your life, while doing the things you love. It is that emotion that shows up even when things get tough. As you know and have already experienced, things in life can be challenging, but when you are truly passionate about something you are willing to keep going against all odds.

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Re: Common Mistakes In Snail Farming, Part Two by cribascomes(m): 4:35pm On Nov 13, 2018
I find a very interesting thread there are many people who are dedicated to the breeding of snails in Spain.
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Re: Common Mistakes In Snail Farming, Part Two by akinsmail51: 7:28am On Nov 16, 2018
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