If you ever wondered if snail farming is a profitable business, we just found another great story of snail farmers making it happen! Learn more about what it is like to open a snail farm in South Africa.
Before you dive into their story, you might want to check the short video about the little farm in Vienna.
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This is a story about Stanley Micallef and his wife, Heather, of Benoni in Gauteng, where they established their snail farm called Stanley’s Snails .
They decided to use a temperature-controlled environment to speed up the snail-breeding process in their enterprise. Although this is not the natural outdoor approach, this system ensures that snails can be harvested at the age of seven months, instead of nine to 12 months, and can be harvested all year round.
Read their story here.
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Kevin is one of the co-founders of Escargot World. Kevin took an interested with small animals and pets ever since he was a little kid growing up in Boston MA. Although his life took him on a technology path with an engineering degree, Kevin always found ways to pursue his passion and love for snails. So, Escargot World was born.