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Swiftlet Farming Seminar On May 5 & 6th, 2018

Swiftlet Farming Seminar On May 5 & 6th, 2018
Calling for participants to this special Swiftlet Farming Seminar to be held in Sandakan, Sabah. You will be given the opportunity to learn and at same time to enter two BHs plus how to prepare MV3 aroma, Seminar will be held at Sandakan Hotel, Sandakan Sabah. For detail please PM 0177551318

Saturday, December 31, 2011

Happy New Year And My Resolutions !!!

Foremost "Happy New Year" to all my blog readers and let us hope this year 2012 will be the most exciting year in your swiftlet farming.

I am looking forward for some exciting activities plus doing some interesting researches on how to get more birds plus accelerating their growth into all those Birdhouses under my care.

My first target will be a new JV birdhouse in Gambang, Pahang.

I was given this special task to modify a one year old BH, two stories, above a three stories shop house.

The owner knew me about three years ago and she have been following the progress of a BH converted by me in Kepong, Selangor.

What she did was to recommend my name to the owner and I was given the task to revamp the BH with minimal cost.

After 2.5 years into operation the nest numbers grew by almost 5 times.

At that some span of time she converted her BH using her "Brother In Law" (BIL) expertise.  It seems that the so called BIL owned one of the most successful BH nearby.

Due to some reason the converted BH can only draw in 10 sets of swiftlet.

She called me to view the house and I recommended what she should do to improve the situation.

"Harry, enough is enough. After waiting for 2,5 years I told my BIL that I wanted to handle the BH myself.  I want you to take over the BH and do exactly or better than what you did with the Kepong BH."

I took it as a nice challenge to revamp another failed BH and perhaps use it as a test centre for some interesting ideas that I have recorded in my diary for 2012.

These are some of those interesting things which I plan to execute this year.

1) Use a high end amplifier to see if the sound generated is better that those low end units.

2) Use a specially prepared enzyme to treat one of the four VIP rooms in this newly revamped BH.

3) To get a special aroma to be canned into a canister and spray periodically for a specific period of time.

4) To use a set of external sounds that were tested to be very effective during birds returning home in the evening.

5) The most effective sound shall be modified with baby sounds and shall be played as my internal sound.

6) The use of "Last Tango" sound system to be implemented to divert more birds into the house.

7) The pond located on the top floor to be used as insect generating pond.

8) The additional area on the second floor to be provided with specialized container to manufacture insects.

The affected BH is currently undergoing revamp operation and by next weeks it will be into operation.

This will be an exiting year to conduct more research and to provide more new ideas to all my blog readers.

If you wish to make a trip to view this BH please call 017 7551318.  There is a small fee levied as professional fee to help you with your BH.


Unknown said...

Very relevant information. I am interested to know how you convert the pond on the top of the building to generate insects. I would also like to join the trip to visit the BH in Gambang to see the the changes your have made to increase bird population.

authority said...

Dear Pak Harry, I read your blog with interest and I hope you are the same type of person whom I wish to engage with. That is to dispel all myths and half-truths told by unscrupulous contractors and half-baked operators luring unsuspecting investors in parting with their hard-earn cash. I've just started my own blog at and in it you'll find one posting on Bird's Nest Operator. I hope to fill it in shortly with the success story...right from the very beginning till harvesting. If you like what I wrote, I hope you can also recommend it to all your readers and bloggers. Thank you very much. Best regards, from Jimmy Ng.