snailery

snailery

(ˈsneɪlərɪ)
n, pl -eries
(Zoology) a place where snails are bred
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The synod featured lectures on fishery and snailery and how to access for agriculture.
In response to the need to boost snail production, a number of individuals and organizations have started commercial snail domestication otherwise known as "snailery" in Nigeria.
The specific objectives were to: (i) identify the sources of snail supply to major markets in the study area; (ii) assess the extent of adoption of "snailery" by the program participants; (iii) examine the attitude of the program participants to domestication of snail production; (iv) ascertain the influence of social beliefs on domestication and consumption of snail; and (v) draw a relationship between religious affiliation and domestication of snail production in the study area.
The program participants were asked to indicate whether they have adopted snailery and made sales since the training program.
Table 3 showed that a significant number 81 (88.04%) of the program participants have adopted "snailery" as a livestock production enterprise.