How to Start Pig Farming in Nigeria and Grow to Giant Piggery

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Pig Farming is extremely a big business in Nigeria, alot of people don`t  seen to notice the opportunity around this business.

Piggery is another aspect of farming in Nigeria that is making smart investors huge money on daily basis. If you are into this pig farming, you sure wouldn’t lack money again for the rest of your life.

The reason is because Pig meet is in high demand in Nigeria and sells very very fast in the market. Another reason is that Pig reproduce in large number and grows very fast.

A single pig gives birth to as much as 15 piglets at a time, making it one of the most reproducing mammal in the world. Baby pigs is known as shoat, farrow or piglet. Male pigs are referred to as the boar while females are sows. As a group they are called a herd or drove.

Despite the huge profitability of Piggery, many Nigerian are still overlooking this goldmine because of ignorance of how it works. While some don’t just get the fact that it is a big business –  many who engage in it do it as part time business but if you can engage in this business fully, you are sure going to smile to the bank very soon.

 

 

 

A fully grown Pig goes for as high as N30,000depending on the weight. Now Imagine for a year you are able to rear hundred to maturity, you will be making  N3 Million from the sales. If you can take it higher – lets say like 2,000 pigs in year, you will be talking of N60 Million here!Considering how fast pigs reproduces, it wouldn’t be a very much big deal to come up with 100 pigs in a year.

Then, how do you go about setting up your pig farm? Below are the important guides

1. Secure a Breeding Ground — Depending on how you plan to feed your pigs, a plot of land may just be okay for small scale starting but if you can acquire a large farm land (from 5 acres) that will be better so that your pig can graze in the open and retire to the pen where they’d continue feeding and playing.

Land is your biggest investment in this business. Once you have it, you’re half way done.Look for land in a rural area where you can get it cheaper. 1acre of land in a rural area will be fromN200,000 x how many you want.

Do your stuffs there and transport your goods to the town. Some butcher will even be coming to your farm to buy, saving you cost of transportation. It is good to raise pigs in pasture by leaving them occasionally to root around in the fields where they can find plants to eat, and that can only be achieved when you have large enough farm land (Pasture Ground) to cater for this. As they mature, you take care so that they do not wander away.

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Standard Pig Pen for Big Farmers

2. Build Standard Pens — Big pen is important if you don’t want your pigs to injure themselves. A good and specious pen is also important to keep the pigs healthy and free from diseases and contamination. Proper drainage is needed too to avoid water becoming stagnant in your pen which could attract insects and other harmful pets to harm your pigs.

To avoid your pigs getting overly dirty, you need to build a water pool where they can play, swim as pigs likes swimming, and cool themselves which is important to their well being. Changing the water and refilling the pool as frequently as possible will ensure that they are clean all the time. If you are keeping them outdoor, shelter should be build for them.

3. Buy Healthy Piglets — To ensure healthy farm, you need to make sure the piglets you are about to start your farm with are health. Buy from trusted source and make sure the ones you are buying has history of vaccination.

Buy as much as you wants to start with but don’t start with too many. It is advisable to start with small number and increase gradually. This way, you will be able to learn the rope and you grow and anything go wrong at the initial stage, your risk will be minimal.

4. Talk to Veterinary Doctor — You need the services of vet doctors for regular check up and vaccination as well as feeding and nutrition advice. Pigs generally eats what human being eat and doe not present much worries when it comes to feed.

5. Employ Workers — Employ 4 – 5 persons if your pigs are up to 100. If  you are starting on a smaller scale, you may need lesser number of worker 1 – 2 workers who will be assisting in the cleaning of the pigs and the pens, feeding the pigs and making sure they are well behaved and other things necessary.

6. Arrange for Feeding —  Just like human being,  Pigs eat a wide variety of foods, anything human can eat, they can eat. Like human being as well, they need balanced diet such as fibre, energy, protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals to thrive. Feed will take the major chunk of your spending in the farm.

Pigs, like all animals, must have constant access to clean fresh drinking water. As well as tipping the trough to make a wallow, pigs will also stand in the water trough and wash their dirty faces in it, so it needs to be checked regularly, cleaned out and refilled. Galvanised troughs are robust and easy to clean, and not too easy for the pigs to tip over.  Automatic drinkers are available but aren’t half as much fun for the pigs.

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Good Pig Feeding Trough

Put all these in place and you are as good as having started your business.  There is nothing a good as being in business you are sure of profit; Pig farming is one of such business. All you need to do is to feed and take care of them. Do that proper and watch them multiply in three fold.

 

Our guide will run you through questions you need to consider before construction of your pig farm. It will also give you a basic idea on what to expect when operating and managing your pig farm business.

E-Book Manuals for start-up

INTRODUCING :

 HowToRaisePigs 

COMPLETE GUIDE TO PIG FARMING IN NIGERIA.
CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1

tick How to start pig farming business
tickBreeds and breeding
tickChoice of Breed
tickSelection of Breeding Gilts
tickSelection of Breeding Boars
tickBreeding Programs – Breeding models
tickManagement of Breeding Stock
tickFarrowing and birth management
tickFarrowing preparation measures and birth of piglets
tickBirth of piglets
tickProblems related to the birth

CHAPTER 2

tickPiglet management
tickFeeding piglets whose mother does not produce enough milk
tickTeeth Trimming
tickAnaemia or Iron deficiency
tickTail Docking
tickSplaylegged Piglets
tickRearing motherless piglets
tickFeeding program
tickWeaning piglets
tickProblems at weaning

CHAPTER 3

tickHousing/Construction details of a piggery
tickFloor
tickFeeder and waters
tickWall
tickRoof
tickWallowing tank
tickFeeding passage
tickCleaning passage
tickDrainage
tickSewage tank
tickCompost pits
tickRoom Arrangement
tickSurroundings
tickDetermining The Number Of Pens And Stalls Required In A Pig Unit
tickDetermining the number of places for replacement stock
tickDetermining the number of places in the growing / finishing accommodation
tickLayout of the piggery

CHAPTER 4

tickFeeding pigs
tickFeed sources
tickMaking Rations
tickOther Alternative Feed Resources to Assist to Reduce Feed Cost
tickDaily Feed Requirements
tickPig feed formula
tickFeeding rates by age and expected weight

CHAPTER 5

tickCommon pests and diseases in pigs
tickSymptoms, Prevention and treatment
tickGeneral recommendation
tickResponsible use of vaccines and vaccination in pig production
tickWorming Recommendations For Pigs
tickSix Steps To Antibiotic Selection For Nursery And Finishing Disease
tickWater medication for pigs

CHAPTER 6
tickBuying in stock,
tickMoving and transporting
tickPIG FARMING GLOSSARY

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