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Organic Piggery in Uganda-IMO

Organic Piggery in Uganda-IMO

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Published by Raymond Katabazi
Organic Piggery in Uganda

Contents
• • • • IMO(Indigenous Micro Organism) Principle of organic piggery Process of piggery housing Case study of Don Bosco, Kira town

Why organic farming?
• Concentrate on piggery & poultry, - No pollution

Organic Farming barns do not smell. Natural resources, such as the sunlight, efficient air circulations and micro-organisms, are utilized to maintain the floor dry and fluffy.

Why organic farming?
• Concentrate on piggery & poultry, - No artificial heating
Organic Piggery in Uganda

Contents
• • • • IMO(Indigenous Micro Organism) Principle of organic piggery Process of piggery housing Case study of Don Bosco, Kira town

Why organic farming?
• Concentrate on piggery & poultry, - No pollution

Organic Farming barns do not smell. Natural resources, such as the sunlight, efficient air circulations and micro-organisms, are utilized to maintain the floor dry and fluffy.

Why organic farming?
• Concentrate on piggery & poultry, - No artificial heating

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Published by: Raymond Katabazi on May 03, 2011
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ContentsContents
IMO(IndigenousMicroOrganism)
Principle of organic piggery
Process of piggery housing
Case study of Don Bosco,Kiratown
Why organic farming?Why organic farming?
Concentrate on piggery & poultry,
-No pollution
Organic Farming barns do not smell. Natural resources, such as thesunlight, efficient air circulations and micro-organisms, are utilizedto maintain the floor dry and fluffy.
 
Why organic farming?Why organic farming?
Concentrate on piggery & poultry,
-No artificial heating
Instead of using fossil fuel or electricity to provide heating, wehelp the livestock to develop the natural resistance against cold.
-Natural feed made locally by farmers
Chickens are fed with whole brown rice grains and bambooleaves immediately after hatching. Tough fiber-rich feedstrengthens their intestines. Animals raised by Natural Farmingmethodology are healthy, strong and have little diseases.

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Florence Kabarungi added this note
i like this system bse it looks to be cost effective and envilomental friendly. wl start on it soon here at wakiso.
Francis Ajaru L'Auta added this note
This is good information for farmers like us!
Ian Tugume added this note
this system is surely environmental friendly we have started it sheema district
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Paulus Kalumbansawo added this note
Thank you for the effort put in this innovation,i have also started it in Buikwe district ,nkokonjeru t/c.Now we look foward to a cheeper feed the pigs,due to rise demand of maize bran.am tring to make imo feed which suit uganda by using the materials we have .Plse lets work together to get the solution.Hope to hear from you soon. yrs Kalumba Nsawo Paulus 256 0753666330.
Kabuggo Emmanuel added this note
This innovation needs to be extended to the rural areas because people don't like pigs coz they are dirty and eat a lot but with system pigs are clean and is reduction in feed consumption,
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