Grasscutter Farming: The Wonderful New Doorway To Success

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Jul 21st, 2014

Grasscutter meat

By Prince Arinze Onebunne

There are many reasons for keeping and raising grasscutters. Not only are they friendly, but they will entertain you with their antics. In addition, the grasscutter will also eat up your kitchen vegetable waste. Mankind must first of all eat, drink, have shelter and clothing before it can pursue politics, science, art, religion etc.

Grasscutter farming is great if you have a space as small as a room, parking store or kitchen. They are very little trouble; they can get most or all of their food from eating grass. They are one of the most efficient bush-meat producers. In their wild state, grasscutters are one of the many creatures that practice polygamy. In domestication they’re more promiscuous. They breed like pigs.



It’s understandable if farmers fail in livestock farming such as poultry, piggery and fish farming; because of their high cost of production. But, farmers will never fail in grasscutter breeding because 95% of their feed is sourced free. Nigeria needs entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs create jobs; lift the standard of living, usher new technology into society, and keep competition alive in the marketplace.

Friends, are you ready to get started on animal breeding? Don’t delay. I want you to take a deep thought on the inspiring words of George Cecil which says: “On the plains of hesitation, bleach the bones of countless millions who, at the dawn of victory, sat down to wait, and waiting—died! Make hays while the sun shines. After reading this piece, do not waste time, it’s never too late to start your own grasscutter farm.

Albert Einstein’s parents were sure he was retarded because he spoke haltingly until the age of nine and even after that would respond to questions only after a long period of deliberation. He performed so badly in his high school courses, except mathematics, that a teacher told him to drop out, saying, ‘’You will never amount to anything, Einstein.’’ Charles Darwin did so poorly in school that his father told him, ‘’You will be a disgrace to yourself and all your family.’’ Thomas Edison was called ‘’dunce’’ by his father and ‘’addled’’ by his high school teacher and was told by his headmaster that he ‘’would never make a success of anything.’’ Henry Ford barely made it through school with the minimum grasp of reading and writing. Sir Isaac Newton was so poor in school that he was allowed to continue only because he was a complete flop at running the family farm. Pablo Picasso was pulled out of school at the age of 10 because he was doing so badly. His father hired a tutor to prepare him to go back to school, but the tutor gave up on the hopeless pupil. Giacomo Puccini, the Italian opera composer, was so poor at everything as a child, including music that his first music teacher gave up in despair, concluding the boy had no talent. And the list goes on.

Grasscutter meat

Grasscutter meat

If we can be so far amiss in recognizing types of intelligence that are a bit different from the norm and yet belong to members of our own species who are destined to make great contributions. Life is too short to spend it unfulfilled; You can still make it through grasscutter farming.

Are you keen on making naira from animal breeding? The following tips will guide you to succeed.

Believe you can make it happen: Napoleon Hill the great American author has said, “Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, the mind of man can achieve with positive mental attitude.”

Be ready to work hard: Success in livestock farming requires diligence. No food for a lazy man, they say.

Be passionate: Every business has its challenges. Animal production is not an exception. If you really desire success in this line of business, you have got to be passionate.

At our nationwide seminars; we lead participants into the secrets to success in grasscutter breeding.  Some of its unique features are:

Investing in grasscutter farming is a wise choice. The animal is prolific. The female litter twice a year and one female can litter as many as eight young ones at a time if well fed.

The capital requirement for grasscutter rearing is very low compared to the good returns the farmer stands to reap from the venture. With less than N60,000 you can kick start grasscutter farming.

Presently in Nigeria, the market for grasscutter meat is immense and not being met by the few available farmers.

Attend JOVANA FARMS nationwide seminars nearest to you and learn about grasscutter farming. Visit us at, TEL: 08033262808, E-mail: for more details.

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