WORLD FARMERS CENTRE

Feeding The World Through Knowledge Transfer To Farmers To Succeed In The Business Of Farming

WORLD FARMERS CENTRE

Feeding The World Through Knowledge Transfer To Farmers To Succeed In The Business Of Farming

First Rule of success in Farming Business

By Oladimeji Oguntoyinbo

      Farming business has a very huge potential to generate very good income like every other business and even more. But only few farm business owner only get to really make a very sustainable income from it and that is majorly traceable to the fact that they are breaking the first rule of success in farming business. 

The first rule based on what usually bring setbacks for the farm business owners is that they don’t run or manage it like a business that it is. That is one of the reasons why most farmers don’t get much margin from the business. 

For a farming business to be very successful, you must carry out all the business principles and strategies that are done by other businesses in other industries. 

You should even do more than them. You must implement all the good business principles and strategies to your farming business.

You must adapt every known business management strategies that businesses like the beverage, snack, drinks and alcohol drink companies do to their products. Adapt every marketing management and customer relation principles and strategies to your farming business. 

One of the main reason why certain companies that don’t have better and beneficial products than farming business is because they have been able to implement on their business and products all the best available management, branding, marketing, customer relation principles and strategies. 

Dear farmer, if you want to succeed exceptionally in your farming business, apply and obey this rule and you will be surprised with the outcome on your farming business.


Growing your Farm Business through Customer Insights

By Oladimeji Oguntoyinbo

 

Customer insights are the feedbacks you get about your products and services, it is basically what people are saying about your products or services. It is the gathering of certain information from customers to develop better service delivery, strategic decision making and create sustainable profitability for your farm business.

Getting and working with these feedbacks are cardinal to serving your customers better and even develop a personal to serve some unique customers in your farming business.

Being able to interpret this feedback will give you and insight into how people expect to be served by your business or services.

Most farm businesses don’t have a listening or feedback channel for them to know what people are saying about their product or services. 

Theydon’t know how some of their customers expect to be served by their products or services. 

Customerinsights will tell you why certain things are happening to products or services and will help you to make changes to improve customer satisfaction and retention.

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Listening to how customers talk about a product or services in your business niche will reveal a lot about customers need and what you can add to improve your own product or services.

Dear agroprenuer, create channels to listen and hear what people are saying about your product or services as this will help you to leverage getting loyal customers and growing the customer base for your products or services.

Customer insight will help you to operate from an informed point that will make your products or services better.

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16 Key Tips On Omphalitis In Poultry

16 Key Tips On Omphalitis In Poultry

1. Omphalitis may be defined technically as an inflammation of the navel.

2. As commonly used, the term refers to improper closure of the navel with subsequent bacterial infection (navel ill; mushy chick disease).

3. Apparently, most problems result from mixed bacterial infections including the common coliforms and various species belonging to the genera Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Proteus, and others.

4. Omphalitis can usually be traced to faulty incubation, poor hatchery sanitation or chilling/overheating soon after hatching (such as in transit).

5. The significance of isolating one of the bacterial species mentioned above is complicated in that many of the same species can be isolated from the yolks of supposedly normal birds immediately after hatching.

6. Omphalitis occurs during the first few days of life, so it cannot be considered transmissible from bird to bird.

7. It is transmitted from unsanitary equipment in the hatchery to newly hatched birds having unhealed navels.

8. Affected chicks usually appear drowsy or droopy with the down being "puffed up".

9. They also generally appear to be of inferior quality and show a lack of uniformity.

10. Many individuals stand near the heat source and are indifferent to feed or water.

11. Diarrhea sometimes occurs. Mortality usually begins within 24 hours and peaks by five to seven days.

12. Characteristic lesions are poorly healed navels, subcutaneous edema, bluish color of the abdominal muscles around the navel and unabsorbed yolk material that often has a putrid odor. Often yolks are ruptured and peritonitis is common.

13. A tentative diagnosis can be made on the basis of history and lesions.

14. The presence of mixed bacterial infections and absence of any specific disease- producing agent is used for confirming the diagnosis.

15. Good management and sanitation procedures in the hatchery and during the first few days following hatching are the only sure ways to prevent omphalitis.

16. Broad spectrum antibiotics help reduce mortality and stunting in affected groups, but they do not replace sanitation.

Contributed by MSU, USA

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