Snail feeding and re-acclimatization
Snails are vegetarians and can eat a variety of foods, including cabbage, cucumber, mango, banana, eggplant, peach, tomato, and paw-paw, as well as cassava, okra leaves, and lettuce. Snails, on the other hand, may be fed pineapple, banana, or pawpaw.
Snail farming relies heavily on mating and egg production. Mating usually takes place in the spring and summer. Snails, as hermaphrodites, will fertilize each other as soon as they reach maturity. To ensure a smooth egg-laying process, use high-quality soil with the appropriate temperature and humidity.
How to Incubate Snail Eggs
Snail eggs hatching is a straightforward process.
- Pick the eggs from the snail pen first.
- Prepare an incubator for the snail eggs to hatch.
- In the snail egg incubator, incubate the eggs.
- Follow the development of the snail eggs as they hatch.
- When the snail eggs are incubating, take care of them.
- Collect the newly hatched snails and position them in a separate pen.