NOW LIVE: Quick Start Guide to Catfish Farming Business -by Hope Agwulonu, CEO of Progidence Farms Limited, Abuja – Nigeria
Subtitle: How to Start Your Own Low Cost Catfish Farm Business
I am VERY excited that this e-book is finally available for sale in Hope’s online store. We’ve worked hard over the past 3 months to get it done, and I’m proud of the final product we’ve ended up with.
Beyond the generic information found in most manuals, this 60 page publication, despite being a quick-start-guide, offers useful best practice/real world relevant information in different chapters on Record Keeping for Performance Measurement, Diseases Treatment & Prevention, Harvesting Operations & Procedures, Finding Profitable Bulk Buyers (& Low Cost Processing for Storage/Sale)
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