THETALK.NG — A Nigerian man, @justxpiff234, who put his money into snail farming, went online to show how he set everything up.
In a TikTok video, the young man revealed that he bought 100 snails in total, sharing the numbers equally between small and big sizes
Man starts snail farming
He built a cage for them as he categorised them. Atop the cage is a net covering and inside them are padded with soft black sand.
The businessman said he had to place the legs of the cage inside tins filled with sniper water to prevent ants from crawling up them.
To keep their newly laid eggs, he moved them into another section. He hopes the snail farming business will be profitable.
Watch the video below:
See some of the reactions below:
Leonard Eghosa-Igunb said:
“My guy, keep it up! Snail is always in short supply no matter how cheap or expensive they get. You will not believe your harvest. Goodluck, bro.”
“Welldone, but u need to give them water too, on a flat plate, and please, remove the fruit remains by morning, to avoid insects.”
MC EmmaLex said:
“You don’t to buy water melon. I think you can get enough waste fruit from fruit sellers. Just saying…”
Ikechukwu Farms said:
“May you progress to extensive snail production bro…”
“I recently visited Nigeria and bought some spicy snails. They cost N3,000 EACH! Those things aren’t cheap at all! More expensive than suya!”
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