Livestock farming provides an opportunity for making high returns on investment.
Almost every livestock business from poultry to fish to piggery provides this opportunity.
Even grasscutter farming is not left out. But when it comes to livestock farming, people have a common concern: what is their disease and how do we manage it.
The reason for this concern is because in the livestock business your assets are your animals. So the mere thought of the possibility that you could lose your animals give cause for concern. This is why health management is important.
DO GRASSCUTTERS FALL SICK?
Grasscutters unlike most other livestock farming have low susceptibility to diseases but if not well managed considerable loss can be suffered from deaths due to diseases and poor animal husbandry. So you should be prepared for and to prevent any eventuality.
For the intending, new and even old grasscutter farmer, many questions require answers as it concerns managing their health. How often should the animals be dewormed, how do you deworm, when to take antibiotics, how to handle grasscutters; should I castrate my male grasscutter, what are the common diseases and how do I prevent or treat them etc.
Here is the good news, all your grasscutter health management questions have been answered in this handy, short and detailed manual; a credible work of research. If you have invested hundreds of thousands into setting up your grasscutter farm, you have no excuse not buying this indispensable manual for two thousand naira only.
These are the sections treated in this manual:
HYGEINE AND CLEANING
PRE-ARRIVAL AND ARRIVAL OF NEW STOCK
GRASSCUTTER DISEASES AND MANAGEMENT
DEWORMING AND ANTIBIOTICS
TREATING WOUNDED ANIMALS