Cattle Farming

This Cattle Farming Business Plan / Feasibility study contains details on how to start Cattle farming in Nigeria and also detailed financial analysis. It is regularly updated and can be used for Grant Applications, Bank Loans, Proposal writing, and lots more

What is Cattle farming?

Cattle farming is the rearing of Cattle for commercial purpose, in a confined environment or an expanse of land.
It involves rearing of Cattle for meat, production. Agriculture is not only focused on the production and sale of farm crops, animals are also reared, and this sector of agriculture is known as animal husbandry.

Now this article is prepared to give you an insight on how to start and run a successful Cattle farming business in Nigeria or anywhere in the world. Cattle farming doesn’t just generate a substantial income for investors, it is also a great business opportunity especially for people living in the northern part of Nigeria and India.

Beef production is one that is wildly accepted by all ages, culture, religion, and race.

It is available in almost all restaurants and entries, and also served in most parties and functions in different parts of the world, hence the lucrative nature of the business.
Opportunities you can get from Cattle farming business:

Meat Production

Millions of people around the world consume beef, and this extremely high demands for Beefhas got different supermarkets and abattoir in countries like India, united kingdom, Australia, America, Nigeria piling Beef for sell in their shelves.

People eat Beef at home,work, and many other places. When they’re asked for an option of meat, they choose beef ahead of other meats.

In Nigeria, the level of beef consumption is so high because it is served in most parties and sold in restaurants too that even workers look toward to their closing hours so they can rush off to a bar for a plate of Beef pepper soup meal. This high demand has made the Beef business flourish in the country.
With Nigeria’s population sitting at over 200 million and over 5 million people consuming Beef everyday, Cattle farming continues to be an extremely valuable business opportunity for new and existing farmers to venture into.


No one says no to extra cash and this can easily be gotten by selling Cattle manure. It is a very good organic fertilizer, and a great source of income.


All Cattle have skin also known as Pomo is very high in demand, and can be a good quality produce different stuff ranging from our shoes to our hand bangs and to many other things.

Do you want to setup a viable Cattle farming business in Nigeria and need detailed Business plan which contains information about breeding and Marketing of your Cattle? You are at the right place so search no further.
Cattle farming, when setup with the right knowledge is a very lucrative business that anybody successfully manage.

Cattle rearing business is by far among the intensive animal farming business in which a lot of people have embarked on and are testifying of it income return.

The profitability of a well structured Cattle rearing business cannot be over emphasized, but first you must define the main reasons why you are rearing Cattle; when setting up your Cattle rearing business, you should be able specify if you are you rearing them. But irrespective of the reason of rearing the domestic animal, you are sure to make a good profit if you carefully implement the steps we have outline in our Cattle Farming business plan.

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Cattle Farming Feasibility Study

Here’s a case study of how much you could be making if you invest into Cattle farming. Let’s make a possible estimation;
A well-matured male or female Cattle usually weighs about 720 – 1100 Kg (that is if you want to measure your Cattle in kg)
From this estimation which was carried out in 2018, you can see that Cattle farming still remains one of the profitable investments in Nigeria

Benefits of Cattle Farming

• Every product off Cattles are all marketable from the skin, meat, manure, they are all in high demand.
• Cattles are highly adaptable to the climatic condition of Nigeria.
• Anyone can invest in Cattle farming.
• Housing facilities in Cattle rearing cost less.

How to Start a Cattle Farm

Setting up a Cattle farm requires a great deal of effort put in building the Cattle farms, maximizing the already available market. Now let’s carefully look into the three main factors Cattle framer should consider.

Acquire a piece of land to use as pasture for the Cattles – In Cattle farming business in Nigeria, you need to get a piece of land for your Cattle to feed on. This is very important because when they feed properly they will become more profitable. The land for should be big enough to accommodate the Cattles and should not be far too far from the city. Cattle feed constantly and it not provided with even feed, they may not do so well. Below are some of the things to consider when acquiring land for pasture.

Size – It is advisable to get a land that is not too small so they do not cluster among themselves. There should be enough space for them to move about and when they start reproducing the land should be big enough to contain the young ones.

Accessibility – The land should not be too far from the city. The location matters a lot. If you acquire a land too far from the city it maybe difficult for customers to locate you. The location of the land should be easily accessed by locals who will patronize you.

Water – There should be easy access to clean water for the Cattle to drink.

Fence – The land must be fenced anyhow you want. Whether you want to use barb wires or wood do it in such a way that they cannot be able to escape. This will keep them in a confined environment where you can easily monitor their whereabouts.


Chapter 1
1.0 Introductions
1.2 Finding a Market
1.3 Investing in Facilities and a Herd
1.4 Planning for Success
1.5 Time, Labor, and Management
1.6 Other Sources of Income
1.7 Assessing Business Feasibility
1.8 Cattle Farm Start-Up Checklist
1.9 Entrepreneurship
Chapter 2
2.0 Breeds
2.1 Types of breeds
Chapter 3
3.0 Management of does and bucks.
3.1 Management of females.
3.2 Management of males
Chapter 4
4.0 Breeding
4.1 Breeding systems.
4.2 Mating systems
4.3 Selection and culling
4.4 Breeding calendar
4.5 Buck to doe ratio
4.6 The Bull Heat Cycle
4.7 The Pregnant Bull
Chapter 5
5.0 Calf management.
5.1 Calf season.
5.2 Calf rearing
Chapter 6
6.0 Husbandry Practices.
6.1 Housing
6.2 Detention.
6.3 Housing and Working Facilities for Cattles
6.4 Grouping Animals
6.5 Working in the Barn
6.6 Storage
6.7 Basic terms in Cattle husbandry
Chapter 7
7.0 Cattle Nutrition
7.1 Feed Requirements
7.2 Digestive System
7.3 Fodder production and conservation
7.4 Average feed take/day
7.5 Other economical feeds available for Cattle
7.6 Nutritional content of various feeds commonly fed to Cattle
Chapter 8
8.0 Crop livestock production system.
Chapter 9
9.0 Health.
9.1 Dipping
9.2 Dosing/Drenching
9.3 Injections
9.4 Physiological Data For Cattle
9.5 Quick Reference Disease Guide
Chapter 10
10.0 Cattle Business Management
10.1 Cattle marketing
10.2 Financing 50 does and 2 bucks Cattle business
10.3 Budget of Raising 52 Cattle
Chapter 11
11.0 Record keeping.
11.1 Physical records.
11.2 Financial records

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