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Registered Members should Download These Ebooks
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1. Ebook #1: Free Range Snail Farming
[Image: FarmersJoint-Snail-Ebook.png]

The free range method of snail farming is cheaper and less laborious than the common intensive method. In this ebook you’ll get a very good idea on how you can build a free range pen, how to keep out predators like ants, lizards, birds etc.

2. Ebook #2: Rabbit Farming
[Image: FarmersJoint-Rabbit-Ebook.png]

I have my eyes on rabbit farming. Why? Because rabbits are prolific – they give birth to up to 7 babies at a go. Not only that, their pregnancy last of only 31 days! At this rate, rabbits can give birth 5 times per year and that’s about 7x5=35 rabbits per year per doe. This ebook covers rabbit housing, feeding, diseases, breeding, butchering for sale etc.

3. Ebook #3: Broiler Farming
If you have problem with excess broiler mortality, you can reduce it if you follow the advice contained in this ebook. You’ll discover a lot of things that most broiler farmers ignore or take for granted.

You can downloads all these ebooks here: Ebooks for Registered members
Food for the Nation.
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#2
Top quality ebooks, tnks!
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#3
These books are very informative, thanks a lot for your effort, may God reward you abundantly
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#4
You're welcome.
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#5
(01-07-2015, 12:07 AM)FarmTech Wrote: 1. Ebook #1: Free Range Snail Farming
[Image: FarmersJoint-Snail-Ebook.png]

The free range method of snail farming is cheaper and less laborious than the common intensive method. In this ebook you’ll get a very good idea on how you can build a free range pen, how to keep out predators like ants, lizards, birds etc.

2. Ebook #2: Rabbit Farming
[Image: FarmersJoint-Rabbit-Ebook.png]

I have my eyes on rabbit farming. Why? Because rabbits are prolific – they give birth to up to 7 babies at a go. Not only that, their pregnancy last of only 31 days! At this rate, rabbits can give birth 5 times per year and that’s about 7x5=35 rabbits per year per doe. This ebook covers rabbit housing, feeding, diseases, breeding, butchering for sale etc.

3. Ebook #3: Broiler Farming
If you have problem with excess broiler mortality, you can reduce it if you follow the advice contained in this ebook. You’ll discover a lot of things that most broiler farmers ignore or take for granted.

You can downloads all these ebooks here: Ebooks for Registered members
Can anyone help me with these ebooks?
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#6
Hello Sunzzie. Download it here: http://www.farmersjoint.com/thread-4.html
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