grasscutter farming in Nigeria

Grasscutter Farming in Nigeria: Startup Guide

Grasscutter farming also known as cane rat as proven to be a profitable agribusiness in Nigeria due to its prolificacy and the taste of the meat which is appreciated by the populace regardless of ethnic origin or religion. The quest for alternatives to red meat has brought grasscutter farming in Nigeria to limelight. Grasscutter meat is very rich in protein and low in cholesterol.

Grasscutter is widely hunted from the wild, but it has been domesticated to be raised under intensive management. Grasscutter becomes sexually mature around 5 to 6 months.

Grasscutter farming in Nigeria can be started with as low as #80,000, which is relatively low compared to other livestock animals.

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