Fish Farming Is Easier Than Poultry Farming, You Can Become A Millionaire Doing It – Magdalene Suleiman

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A civil servant, Mrs Magdalene Suleiman, over the weekend said she had made millions of naira since she ventured into fish farming eight years ago.

50 year old Suleiman, a resident of  Sabon Tasha area, Kaduna, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN) in Kaduna.

“It is a very lucrative business that can fetch you cool money if you are disciplined, consistent and patient,” she said.

She said that she started with N200,000 in 2011, two ponds, 200 fingerlings, fish feeds and other materials.

Suleiman said she later learned how to hatch and started selling fingerlings to fish farmers in her community and beyond.

“I produce an average of 10,000 fingerlings monthly and sell each at N30, which is equivalent to N300,000.

” I have trained many people in the business, from groups to individuals, and I am proud to say that most of the people I trained are doing very well in the businesses, “ she said.

According to her, fish farming is easier compared to poultry as long as there is frequent water supply into the pond and proper feeding of the stock.

Suleiman said she had six employees working at her farm and called on women to be self-reliant and not be dependent on their spouses.

5 thoughts on “Fish Farming Is Easier Than Poultry Farming, You Can Become A Millionaire Doing It – Magdalene Suleiman

  1. see woman @50,what she is doing, then young ones want easy money, end up in yahoo, ritualist, steal or travell to south africa,, where they are burning them alive or only office work.

  2. Is it only her weyris train fish? Even me weyris not make noise is train fish to jump, is also train fish to laff and to sing. Yesterday, I even train fish to buy recharge card. But this woman is make noise up and down just because she train fish weyris not fit to do anything only to chop food and later pipuls are chop am. It that one fish? Fish wey no get sense. Is a mumu fish. Abeg make I hearing word.

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