email@example.com 1/16/2016 Categories: Agriculture Total Comments 0
The plan is to scatter turkey farm across the region. So, that anyone can get started quickly.
The problem faced by farmers in ruler places for starting a business is - capital. Starting a business is challenging as well as capital intensive. It is obvious, when stating first venture that person is anxious. To develop entrepreneur skill and ability we need to start small. This is where “Distributed turkey Farming” can be used.
Starting a full scale poultry requires intensive capital and very skilled manpower. Instead of starting a big farm house, we encourage families to start small. Each family will start with small live stocks, lets say around 30-50 turkeys. They can use their backyard to farm a small number of turkeys. Local resources like bamboo can be used to make cages. All those families will be supervised by a single body which not only train them, but also offer them advice, chalk farm and at the end will market/sell those turkeys for them.
So instead of the big poultry for turkey farming, a small number of turkeys are distributed to a number of families across the village. Once the turkeys are ready to sell, the supervisor or head will buy them at reasonable price and will sell it to market.
Why we need someone else for marketing?
We have heard the news of how products from rural place are not getting marked. If we get someone competent to market those products or be a bridge connecting the market and village, we can make the business much more sustainable. This will also decrease the overall cost of distribution.
Why turkey ?
- Because return on turkey is higher than of hen
- Comparatively, there is less competition in market since there are limited suppliers of turkey
- The trend in consumption of turkey is increasing
Target Location :
Target Audience :
- Quick business setup
- Develop Entrepreneurship
- Increased self-employment
- Quick return