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Friday, September 26, 2008

Fingerling Production VCD

VCD on Catfish fingerling production which is distributed with a manual explaining pond design, construction and management, record keeping in farms, farm management to guarantee success in fish farming, disease control/prevention You will recieve it by post or attachment to email depending on your prefrence.
This comes to N3,000 (within Lagos)
  1. Emmanuel F. Audu GTB alausa Scretariat branch AC/No 234493717110
  2. Emmanuel F. Audu First bank PlC Agidingbi Branch AC/No 4423010014836
  3. Emmanuel F. Audu Skye Bank PLC. secretariat branch. Ikeja AC/NO 1741760002605
then send details of your payment viz bank paid to, teller no, your email address and postal address to 08023148863, 07032970658 or to emmanuelaudu@yahoo.com

For those outside Lagos pay N5,500 MANUAL AND POSTAGE 
(contents of package = manual and vcd.)

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Are You a Consultant, Proffessional: Note; Great Service Is a Choice


Great Service Is a Choice

I got this mail. it answered a lot of questions about business growth and i thougt to share it here.
(Excerpt from The Simple Truths of Service)
No one can make you serve customers well. That's because great service is a choice. Years ago, my friend, Harvey Mackay, told me a wonderful story about a cab driver that proved this point. He was waiting in line for a ride at the airport. When a cab pulled up, the first thing Harvey noticed was that the taxi was polished to a bright shine. Smartly dressed in a white shirt, black tie, and freshly pressed black slacks, the cab driver jumped out and rounded the car to open the back passenger door for Harvey. He handed my friend a laminated card and said: "I'm Wally, your driver. While I'm loading your bags in the trunk I'd like you to read my mission statement." Taken aback, Harvey read the card. It said: Wally's Mission Statement: To get my customers to their destination in the quickest, safest and cheapest way possible in a friendly environment.
This blew Harvey away. Especially when he noticed that the inside of the cab matched the outside. Spotlessly clean! As he slid behind the wheel, Wally said, "Would you like a cup of coffee? I have a thermos of regular and one of decaf." My friend said jokingly, "No, I'd prefer a soft drink." Wally smiled and said, "No problem. I have a cooler up front with regular and Diet Coke, water and orange juice." Almost stuttering, Harvey said, "I'll take a Diet Coke."
Handing him his drink, Wally said, "If you'd like something to read, I have The Wall Street Journal, Time, Sports Illustrated and USA Today." As they were pulling away, Wally handed my friend another laminated card. "These are the stations I get and the music they play, if you'd like to listen to the radio." And as if that weren't enough, Wally told Harvey that he had the air conditioning on and asked if the temperature was comfortable for him. Then he advised Harvey of the best route to his destination for that time of day. He also let him know that he'd be happy to chat and tell him about some of the sights or, if Harvey preferred, to leave him with his own thoughts. "Tell me, Wally, " my amazed friend asked the driver, "have you always served customers like this?" Wally smiled into the rear-view mirror. "No, not always. In fact, it's only been in the last two years. My first five years driving, I spent most of my time
complaining like all the rest of the cabbies do. Then I heard the personal growth guru, Wayne Dyer, on the radio one day. He had just written a book called You'll See It When You Believe It. Dyer said that if you get up in the morning expecting to have a bad day, you'll rarely disappoint yourself. He said, 'Stop complaining! Differentiate yourself from your competition. Don't be a duck. Be an eagle. Ducks quack and complain. Eagles soar above the crowd.'"
"That hit me right between the eyes," said Wally. "Dyer was really talking about me. I was always quacking and complaining, so I decided to change my attitude and become an eagle. I looked around at the other cabs and their drivers. The cabs were dirty, the drivers were unfriendly, and the customers were unhappy. So I decided to make some changes. I put in a few at a time. When my customers responded well, I did more." "I take it that has paid off for
you," Harvey said. "It sure has," Wally replied. "My first year as an eagle, I doubled my income from the previous year. This year I'll probably quadruple it. You were lucky to get me today. I don't sit at cabstands anymore. My customers call me for appointments on my cell phone or leave a message on my answering machine. If I can't pick them up myself, I get a reliable cabbie friend to do it and I take a piece of the action." Wally was phenomenal. He was running a limo
service out of a Yellow Cab. I've probably told that story to more than fifty cab drivers over the years, and only two took the idea and ran with it. Whenever I go to their cities, I give them a call. The rest of the drivers quacked like ducks and told me all the reasons they couldn't do any of what I was suggesting.

Johnny the Bagger and Wally the Cab Driver made a different choice. They decided to stop quacking like ducks .0and start soaring like eagles.

Have you wondered why your business has not gone to the next level in terms of the number of clients or accounts you are handling, why not look at yourself your disposition and how you approach your job/business.
think on these.


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 MANUAL ON FISH FARMING AVAILABLE FOR JUST N3000.00 OR $25.00(USD). WITH THIS OFFER IS A FREE VCD ON FINGERLINGS PRODUCTION

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE OR GOOD AQUACULTURE PRACTICES

In our world of today we hear of a common term like ”global village” this to me means that the entire world has become one big community in which case what goes on in one country ultimately affect the goings in another country.
Hitherto we had always practiced aquaculture in ”our own way” feeding unconvetional feed to fish so as to reduce production cost and amplify profit.
However with the recent increase in local production and the need to export fish particularly catfish (Clarias gariepinus) to E.U nations, it has become imperative to standardise fish culture in line with what obtains in these nations so as to gain certification.
Lets discuss how does Best Practice become an every day occurence on our farms and not a strange concept.
The overall aim of this discuss is to make the entire world accept our Fish and Fish products.


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 MANUAL ON FISH FARMING AVAILABLE FOR JUST N3000.00 OR $25.00(USD). WITH THIS OFFER IS A FREE VCD ON FINGERLINGS PRODUCTION

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

We have briefs from our clients to sell the following properties


  1. Four plots of land withy 12 ponds at the Lagos State Govt. Ikorodu Fish Farm Estate in Odogunyan Ikorodu. Price 9 million NEG.
  2. One plot of land withy 3 ponds at the Lagos State Govt. Ikorodu Fish Farm Estate in Odogunyan Ikorodu. Price N2.1 million NEG.
  3. Decked building of 3 nos 4 bedroom flat at Magodo GRA Shangisha price N65M NEG.
Call us on +2348023148863, +2347032970658, +2347028661962, +23414765463 mmyventures@gmail.com


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 MANUAL ON FISH FARMING AVAILABLE FOR JUST N3000.00 OR $25.00(USD). WITH THIS OFFER IS A FREE VCD ON FINGERLINGS PRODUCTION

''AFTER 6 MONTHS CULTURE PERIOD MY FISH ARE VERY SMALL''

This is a very familiar comment from most farmers when they are selling fish. Most are quick to say oh its thie useless runts that was supplied to me at the time of stocking.
However a number of factiors are responsible for this poor result,
  1. Water (Ph, Dissolved oxygen level, presence of iron (III), organic load (amonia, nitrate and nitrite levels
  2. Feed Quality and quantity served
  3. Fingerling/juvenile quality and quantity stocked.

Digest this for now. I will explain all these in my next post. watch out.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Do fish farmers make profits as being touted?

A good number of people have asked me " What is the profit level or returns on investment from fish farming".
I am always not too quick to answer this question though i have a figure from experience but i also know that the variables that affect returns on investment from fish farming business vary and may depend on the following:

1. Technical know how of the farmer/farm manager.
2. Available infrastructure
3. System efficiency.
4, Fingerling/juvenile selection.
5. Brood stock selection.
6. Feed and feeding regime.
7. Marketing strategy
8. Predator controll

This list is not exaustive and it goes a long way to show that so many factors need to be adressed before you can actualy make profit from fish farming and the ability or the extent to which all these factors are optimized will determine the level of profitability.
Many farmers have been given figures in percentages as the expected profit margins from fish farming and this was the basis for investment decisions. for most of these farmers the result at the end of the culture period is sometimes far less tha the expected profit level.
While some will break even and a fewer number actualy make good profits.

So if you are a fish farmer what has your experience been like? Is catfish farming actualy a profitable venture?

Reactions are welcomed.

Friday, September 19, 2008

VIDEO OF FISH PRODUCTION

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 MANUAL ON FISH FARMING AVAILABLE FOR JUST N3000.00 OR $25.00(USD). WITH THIS OFFER IS A FREE VCD ON FINGERLINGS PRODUCTION