Swiftlet farming has taking up lots of my time. A hobby that has turned up as job “24/7". Initially I thought that this hobby could take up little of my spare time but it seemed that now the commitments & responsibilities had doubled up.
I shall be in the North to JV, few farms. The prime bird zone areas which I had always admired that, how could one not making it in such good areas.
I rarely JV because I always believed in commitment & commitment always comes with responsibilities. Once committed I have to take care and making sure the farms will succeed.
Even though it is a JV, I considered it as mine as I would inject whatever knowledge I had acquired & whatever secret I had to be utilized in making the JV farms success.
I had always persisted a JV but from the sincerity and trustworthy and the consistent approach from my readers which take many months and finally I accepted it.
These farms are those which needed revamp. I would be happy to turn a failed farms around rather than farms that are average good.
This created challenges to my skills which enable me to come out with new techniques that would solve problems in farms that never had been done or solved before.
Setting up a farm is easy, anyone could do it.
What about making birds stay in the farms in the shortest period of time after the farm turned on its sound?
Then what about making them making nests in the shortest period of time?
What about increasing the bird’s population? Increasing the nests quantity?
What about creating the best possible nest quality? What about preventing them from migration?
What about best harvesting technique that systematically done and planned? What about .....& hundred of them....
I guess it would be a long list. Therefore all these commitments sometimes make you go cracko!
There are so many things to look into. So it is not easy but some how it could be done.
This is what I love about Swiftlet farming because luck rarely is your side.