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Hello everyone!

I've just started a new forum regarding snail farming, wich is suppose to gather snail farmers from around the World.
In my opinion, an international discussion would minimize the differences between snail farming techniques, contracting, polices and prices.

Fell welcome to join and contribute!

Forum address: https://snailsfarming.club

Best regards!

P.S. Thanks for the Permies.com Team for allowing me to write this announcement.
 
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I looked at your front page but didn't see any headings for aquatic snails.
 
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The forum concerns commercial breeding of edible snails, and the aquatic snail is not.
 
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Leon Szlauch wrote:The forum concerns commercial breeding of edible snails, and the aquatic snail is not.



Conch is a kind of snail, is edible, and lives in the tropical seas. It is also becoming endanged in the wild and is important in Jamaican cooking.
 
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