Edible Birdnest farming can be considered an ideal, most exciting and a very lucrative business. This venture is suitable for those who live in parts of Cambodia, Southern Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippine and Indonesia. This blog is dedicated to my findings, crazy ideas, encounters with newbies, comments from friends, local news, pictures relevant to Birdnest plus my personal experiences and knowledge gained in swiftlet farming.
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Kepala Batas BH After Revamp Operation !!!
This BH used to be dead with only 27 nests after 4-5 years into operation.
The owner tried nearly everything to salvage it but not successful.
I was given the task to take over the BH under a JV arrangement and revamp it.
After about 8 days of revamp operation, this BH is back and alive.
The best was to see those birds hovering around the monkey house rooftop and entering the two entrance holes.
I hope to see at least 100-150 new bird shit spots on the floor.
Once they are in I will deploy the NKS system to trap them to be permanent tenants.
If you wish to come and see the BH progress let me know.
Call me at 017 7551318
Next Swiftlet Farming Seminar Will Be In February 2015 !!!
This latest announcement is mainly for those who have not attended my Swiftlet Farming Seminar.
Those who have attended will find in very informative and never before heard of.
Tentative date of the talk will be on February 7th 2015.
Followed by BH visits (2 BHs) on February 8th 2015.
Location: Petaling Jaya Selangor.
Fee: Early birds (First five seats): RM 1000
Fee: RM 1200 (6 and the rest).
Fee for BHs visits: RM 500
This Seminar will be more about how to make your BH become a magnet to those swiftlet.
Call me at 017 7551318 for your seat(s).
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Swiftlet Eco Park In Dungun, Trengganu !!!
More and more swiftlet Eco Parks in the making.
This time I manage to stumble while installing those sound system in Dungun, Trengganu.
The first Eco Park was situated along the Jerangau to Dungun (Lintang-Tok Kah road).
There were at least 7 units and all were huge.
Managed to snap some pictures and I hope this eco park will do well.
The second eco park is called Bandaraya Walit or Swiftlet Town located along Kg Wa to Jerangau road.
The project was said to be owned by Dato Gulam Fazillah. At first I was told by my guide that it belongs to the Trengganu King but he was wrong.
Someone who read my blog SMS to me the real owner and the name of the road where it was located.
Sorry for the wrong information and thank you to the person who SMS to me the right information.
One very interesting about this eco park is that there are a number of grass fields that were said to be for those horses.
There were at least 3 BH completed, 4 about to be completed and 3 more under construction.
Lintang-Kok Yah Eco Park
Bandaraya Walit Kg Wa to Jerangau Road
Pak Harry The Swiftlet Anthusiast !!!