Today we’ll talk about all the benefits and nuances of keeping pheasants at home. And also consider all the characteristic features that are inherent in the cultivation of this species. As you know, the tradition of breeding and keeping pheasants originated in ancient Greece. Their tender meat was in particular demand during plentiful feasts, and hunting for these beautiful birds could not leave indifferent any noble nobleman. The bird got its name from the name of the Greek river “Phaseis”.
Demand after a century has not faded away. On the contrary, home breeding of pheasants has now acquired a slightly different significance: they are still kept for further shooting during hunting, but many have also discovered the delights of the pheasant meat business, which brings a solid income at any time Continue reading
Belgian blue cow – a meat breed was bred by Belgian breeders in the first half of the XX century. This happened after the discovery of a special section of DNA that blocks the production of myostanin (a protein that inhibits muscle growth) in the body.
For several years, a careful selection of individuals with the best meatiness was carried out. Then the breed was obtained in its modern form. At the first acquaintance, the blue cow looks very much like a bodybuilder! Already at 6 weeks of age, the calf is noticeably manifested, the breed is characterized by double muscles.
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Lavender is a popular plant not only in the regions of France and China. Export of seeds of these flowers to other countries brings farmers high profits. Since the supply of “purple gold” from France, from countries of Eastern Europe such as Bulgaria and Asia – China has recently declined. Farmers drew attention to this niche in the CIS. Lavender came to Europe from ancient Rome, but today the market is still gaining momentum. After all, lavender is increasingly used as an alternative for various chemical additives and components, and the demand for environmentally friendly products in modern markets is especially growing. For example, today, natural lavender oil is added as a flavoring to washing powders, dishwashing detergents and house cleaning.
Lavender is used in various industries: pharmaceutical, food, cosmetic and others. That is why the profitability of such a business will be very high (up to 8 thousand euros per 1 hectare). In addition, it is important to note that lavender is a perennial plant. Sowed once and earn $ 10,000 a year from the 1st hectare. It is important to correctly draw up a business plan and plan expenses in order to quickly pay back this business idea.
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