Nothing Is A Waste On My Farm || Recycling Food Waste 🍚 🍚 As Feed For Feeding African Giant Snails 🐌🐌🐌 || Disclaimer NOTE: Don't Feed With Salty Food With My Practical Experience Analysis


  • This is a foodstuff from the home which everyone in the own case may dispose into the trash cans despite it is a waste. The home waste can also be used to feed the snails as it shown below. this is the more reason why in my own dictionary nothing is a waste and it's very helpful because nowadays even to eat a 3 square meal may be very difficult but as it is when you notice you have a reminant that's all it can be very useful for your animals out there.



  • A white rice.

This white rice 🍚 🍚 has been cooked for the past 3 days and I intentionally left it in the pot and I brought it down to the farm where I raise my snails 🐌🐌🐌.


  • These are the snails which are called the African giant snails. We are still very small but guess what they are growing more bigger each day. so I took these pictures immediately I got there and it was very impressive and also more encouraging.




  • I have the male and also the females in large quantity.



  • So many people believe agriculture is a very dirty job or a career but I tell you you need to go through some dirty work before earn bigger πŸ˜‰ just like the agricultural mindsets. and in agriculture it is a place where you get open to so many natural opportunities.



  • I got to the farm with this white rice with no salt. whenever you want to feed your snail there must not be salt added to their diet at all.


  • This was when I poured in the white rice to feed the African giant snails slowly and I was being cautioned because so much food at a time to feed the Snail is very dangerous to the health. so you need to do it bit by bit or hang around for some hours to see that they are actually eat and feed on what you gave them.




  • After feeding them I asked to state for a couple of minutes close to 45 minutes to watch them work around the food and feed on it and at the end I added a little bit of water to it to make the surroundings look more moist.


  • This was when I applied a little bit of water to it to make the surrounding looks more moist. And also for them to feed on the water.




Camera Details. ( Infinix Note 7 )


Quad 48 MP, f/1.8, # Camera Details. ( Infinix Note 7 )


Quad 48 MP, f/1.8, (wide), 1/2.0", 0.8Β΅m, PDAF
2 MP, f/2.4, (macro)
2 MP, f/2.4Mobile, (depth)
2 MP, f/1.8, (dedicated video camera) - 128/6 model only
Features Quad-LED flash, panorama, HDR
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Single 16 MP, f/2.0, 26mm (wide), 1/3.06", 1.0Β΅m
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πŸ—“οΈDate Capture: 29/11/2021. πŸ“ΈMedium capture: Infinix Note5 Smartphone. 🌍Location: Ilorin.Kwara State. Nigeria. πŸ•°οΈTime:2:41pm ⚑Posted with:

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