blessing nelson

Meet Blessing Nelson, an industrious entrepreneur who is relentless in her struggle to create a success story. She deals in livestock, specifically poultry farming. She got involved in poultry farming at a very young age and now owns a farm of her own. Poultry farming is her only source of income and has helped her pay her fees through the higher institution. Additionally, she has been able to coach and train other successful farmers. She refers to herself as a warrior when it comes to the entrepreneurship race.

Blessing ventured into the poultry business in 2019. Poultry business is one of the most lucrative businesses anybody can venture into. Many people consume chicken and one does not only make money from the bird but also from their eggs and droppings. Blessing affirms that one can make money from the business. She further explains that the profit you make will depend on the size of your farm and the work you put into it.

blessing nelson

To start a successful poultry business, you need to invest your time, money, energy and resources and so Blessing started her business with a startup capital of five hundred thousand naira (500,000). She experienced success in her business in 2021 when she got 200% interest above the normal income, through consultation, coaching and organizing both online and physical training, and also from producing organic vaccines for other farmers.

The low points in her business are the high mortality rate of birds during the rainy season; low sales and high expenses. Blessing agrees that she has thought about giving up in the face of challenges, but as a core entrepreneur, she cannot run away from challenges, instead, she derives means to solve them and still forge ahead. Blessing works alone most of the time and occasionally employs someone to assist her. Moreover, her business is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission.

Blessing recognizes the importance of business mentors to entrepreneurs and she introduces the Holy Spirit, Mr. Jeremiah Godwin, and Mr. Arioryio as her business mentors. Furthermore, policymakers and investors can assist Blessing by monitoring poultry farmers and preventing them from selling dead birds to roadside roasted bird sellers at cheap prices. She avers that the practice is affecting the progress of genuine poultry farmers who have strived to build a genuine farm.

She also wants them to assist entrepreneurs, especially those in the farming sector, financially, because not all of them have access to NIRSAL loans, and those who have access to the loan do not have guarantors.

Contact: 09032550058, itaakaninyene02@gmail.com

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