To Enhance the Productivity of Livestock Feed, processing, and marketing in PNG, livestock FEED is a major constraint. Imported commercial feed is VERY expensive. Funding will allow R&D to revitalize and expand options for local resources to be used as feeds.
- We have all the Livestock data required for feed production.
- We have a team already covering rural farmers to deliver extension services.
- Zero liabilities at this moment.
- 20+ years Experienced in agribusiness.
- Registered Agribusiness in PNG under Company Act 2018.
- Registered Tax compliance with IRC PNG.
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The Business details for the Enhance the Productivity of Livestock Feed Project
Registered Agribusiness in PNG carrying out agriculture-related businesses like Crop farming, Livestock farming, and other agriculture-related businesses. We aspire to identify market constraints and facilitate support to improve such market conditions and farmers’ livelihoods.
Subsistence and smallholder agriculture production in PNG is practiced by 580,000 small-scale pig and Poultry farmers who earn less than US$ 30 per annum. Hence commercial feed is a major issue and expensive. If local resources can be identified and processed to feed for consumption, this would change the livelihoods of the farmers.
Income will increase and more farmers will loom after livestock. This is a great business opportunity.
The business’s current financial stage is at Consulting level and earns US$ 720 per month. This supports the 2 x staff operations.
The animal feed market consists of 580,000 farmers supporting a further 3-6 million household members involved in the mixed crop-livestock system. The competition is a major Agribusiness company involved in the import of commercial feeds that sells very expensively and cannot be afforded by farmers.
Our business has a vast network, supported by extensive extension services provided to rural communities, and is capable of penetrating the feed market.
Progress/Proof of the Enhance the Productivity of Livestock Feed Project
It is currently at the R&D STAGES. We have collated 90% of the data requirements to start this feed business, we also have the technical skills to ensilage local feeds but this requires capital for equipment and nutrient components.
At the moment we have not yet patient any feed techniques or mixtures. We have no revenue line at the moment. A business plan with a detailed presentation is available upon request.
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Our aim is to capture the 580,000 livestock farmers to be our potential feed customers. We might cover the entire livestock feed supply chain in 3-5 years because of the expensive commercial feed in the market. We have local resources and a team that is part of our extension services which can deliver the full outcome of this local feed production.
The Deal details for the Enhance the Productivity of Livestock Feed Project
- The Enhance the Productivity of Livestock Feed project target is $ 90 000 With a $ 20 000 minimum per Investor.
- $ 5 000 previous investment was raised for this deal.
- We are offering equity and accepting loans.
Should the funding be available, we are looking at an overall 55-45 % split because of the leg work and local effort to cover the entire rural areas sharing the feed production techniques and sales.
- You can benefit from the SEIS scheme.
- Current stage of the project is Pre-Startup/R&D.
- A monthly Involvement role is preferable for this project (Silent investor, Daily involvement investor, and Weekly involvement investor are acceptable for this investment opportunity).
- Any investor type is suitable for this project (Angel Investors, Peer-to-Peer lenders, Personal Investors, Venture Capitalists).
- The main industry for this investment opportunity Is Agriculture.
- We are located in Papua New Guinea.
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