How to start fish farming business in Nigeria

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9 Responses

  1. frank says:

    Highly educative, god bless you

  2. Fish Farming In Nigeria says:

    This is comprehensive. Thanks for sharing!

  3. fish farming says:

    Bookmarked! This post is a necessary read for all prospective fish farmers in Nigeria. You have done justice to this business. Kudos!

  4. Thanks for sharing this post on starting a fish farm in Nigeria. Bookmarked!

  5. Adeyeye Julius says:

    It is a wonderful experience. I would like to have a full detailed of how to start fish farming as a beginner

  6. nigfree says:

    Adeyeye, we’re working on bringing in more information about it

  7. Samuel Ay says:

    HIGH QUALITY CATFISH FEEDS FOR SALE AT NGN2,500 PER 15KG BAG.

    To make a lot of profit in your Catfish farming business, you need to cut the cost of feeding your fishes and Catfish grown at high densities requires a nutritionally complete feed to produce good growth and maintain good health. I’m a local manufacturer and distributor of high quality Catfish Feed in Nigeria. I distribute to all parts of the country to Sub-distributors, Wholesalers, Retailers and End-users.

    To place order Contact_ 07035907330 ADDRESS: Plot 15, Block XII, Industrial Estate, Off Idiroko Road , Ota , Ogun.

    I own a big Catfish farm myself at KM 5, Idiroko Road, Ota, Ogun State.. so my floating and sinking pellets are properly prepared with a 48%(CP) percent crude protein good and well balance fish feed formulation. We supply Nationwide to your farm or doorstep at an affordable price of NGN 2,500 per 15kg bag including transportation. Tel_ 07035907330.

    The ingredients required to manufacture high quality feed are readily available here in Nigeria hence my Catfish feed has a high quality energy source required for growth and maintenance of body tissue resulting in improved weight gains because it is fortified with balanced vitamins, minerals and amino acids plus Stabilized Vitamin C required for better metabolism, skeletal formation, nerves, body fluid regulation and enzymes to yield maximum productivity.

  8. kingsley says:

    Nice informative post, thank you

  9. I love your blog post aimed at Nigerians. Thanks for writing this!

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