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A variety of small animals can survive and make enormous contributions to the well-being of the villagers. The offspring from these animals is immediately given to others in the village. These are truly gifts that keep on giving.

Rabbits eat simple foods and are easily cared for. Their manure can be applied directly to gardens without composting. Their short gestation period produces numerous offspring, most of which are immediately gifted to other families.

 

FOUR RABBITS .....................$80

Chickens provide hungry families with both eggs and meat. Good hens lay 200 eggs per year giving a family plenty to eat and some to sell. They require minimal space and thrive on food scraps.

 

24 CHICKS ..........................$50

Ducks and geese find food for themselves. They gobble insects, slugs, and snails. Their eggs are rich in protein.

 

SIX DUCKS OR GEESE ............$50

Guinea pigs are considered a delicacy. Easy to care for, they eat leftover vegetables. Their manure helps gardens thrive. Some have 50 offspring per year and provide families with a steady source of both protein and income.

 

EIGHT GUINEA PIGS ..............$50

Bees take up little space but can double fruit and vegetable yields. Villagers sell the honey, beeswax and the pollen.

 

BEES (BOX, HIVE AND TRAINING IN BEE KEEPING) .................$220