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|Preparing My Goat Pen by olukaygold(m): 2:44pm On Nov 09, 2019|
It's been my long time dream to be a goat farmer, I spent almost two years to put everything in place I.e secured land,built a house around it for security purpose etc.
Now I'm preparing for The Goat Pen.
I intend to invest on buying and selling of WAD goat for rearing,Sahel/desert goat- known as West African Long-Legged goat; and Sokoto Red/Maradi for Meat.
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by olukaygold(m): 2:47pm On Nov 09, 2019|
Thanks to Heathserve for his advices on my former post about Business ideas.
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by healthserve(m): 3:12pm On Nov 09, 2019|
You're welcome bro. I can see you've found your calling now.
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by healthserve(m): 4:32pm On Nov 09, 2019|
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by healthserve(m): 4:43pm On Nov 09, 2019|
Its hi time the mods did something about slandering and placing scammer tags on innocent people
Some people lost intellectual debates across different threads and since a week they keep going on to spoil me all over the forum
I'm human and have a tolerance limit. Ive never jumped on anyone on the forum. Never. Not since 2005. I provide free counsels to people selling direction in life and some people tag me scammer saying why am I in different fields of life and know too much
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by olukaygold(m): 4:49pm On Nov 09, 2019|
Planks and woods for the goat pen
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by GRADEXP2(m): 10:59pm On Nov 09, 2019|
Can you educate me more on the different types of goats and how one can get them for rearing and subsequent sale. Where can I get them? I have a fully fenced one plot of land that I am not using and would like to rear goat there. Thanks.
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by olukaygold(m): 3:32am On Nov 10, 2019|
GRADEXP2:My plan is to go to remote villages on their market day, My target is North,Niger state precisely.
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by pixel704: 6:33am On Nov 10, 2019|
The easiest place to buy goats is in the market but not ideal for a farmer, most goat get infected in the market due to contamination of the market , mixture of both sick and healthy animals. Goats from market should be quarantine/ observed for some time and vaccinated before introducing them to farm
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by olukaygold(m): 8:35am On Nov 10, 2019|
I've thought about this,but my plans to counter this is to firstly separate them from the rest and give them anti stress and antibiotics. I hope this will help right?
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by olukaygold(m): 12:56pm On Nov 10, 2019|
Work in progress
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by pixel704: 6:12pm On Nov 10, 2019|
God will crown your effort bro. The plan is good I believe that will help. Niger state is a good choice, Niger is not as dry as most northern states( Sokoto, Zamfara, Katsina) Sokoto red goat from Niger can easily cope with high rain fall of the south compared to one coming from place like Sokoto ( my assumption). In regards to the breads I personally don't like saheale 1- they're skinny when young but put on more flesh when mature , 2- Sokoto red is more expensive compared to it , 3- they are more prone to sicknesses associated with wetness
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by olukaygold(m): 7:08pm On Nov 10, 2019|
pixel704:This I can't decide yet that's why I'm going for those three breads I forementioned,it depends on how the market flows, though I'm targeting this festive period for now.
|Re: Preparing My Goat Pen by aremuforlife(m): 7:18pm On Nov 10, 2019|
This is a good ideal, i will to follow your update
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