|Better Farming Series 34 - Farming Snails 2: Choosing Snails; Care and Harvesting; Further Improvement (FAO, 1986, 35 p.)|
|Choosing your snails|
|Putting your snails in the pen|
|When to take out the fully grown snails|
|Taking care of your snails|
|Wet the food and shelter plants and moisten the ground|
|Tend the food and shelter plants|
|Take away the weeds and creeping grass|
|Feeding your snails other kinds of food|
|Building the second pen|
|When to build the second pen and how to build it|
|Putting snails in your second pen|
|Harvesting your snails|
|When to harvest your snails|
|How to harvest your snails|
|What to do with the snails you harvest|
|Preparing snails for cooking|
|Building the third pen|
|Building a bigger pen|
|Taking better care of your snails|
240. The better you understand the snails that you are farming, the better you can take care of them. So, you should always watch them and learn as much as you can.
241. When you have learned the exact kinds of food plants that your snails like to eat, you will see that they grow well.
242. Then, if you always choose the biggest and best snails each time you begin, you will improve the quality of the snails that you are farming.
243. So, with bigger and better snails and with more pens or bigger pens, you will be able to raise many more snails to eat or to sell and you arid your family will be able to live better.
Your family will be able to live better