Thursday, July 31, 2014
Maludam and Sebuyau is the best location for Swiftlet farming in Sarawak. If you think of investing, try to look for land near this area. I can see plenty of insects in the peat soils and the forest nearby. It is indeed a very suitable place for swiftlet breeding.
Posted by asa at 7:26 AM
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
These are the suggested equipment to eliminate potential hazards and prevention of mold during production of high quality and safe EBN product.
Autoclave for stelization
Posted by asa at 7:05 AM
Sunday, July 6, 2014
The best quality bird's nest are only produce in Malaysia. More than 20 birdnest producers had adopted food safety system as well as traceability in their production chain.
Stringent auditing and checking by government agency and third party auditing as well as enfocerment put the industry ahead of Thailand and Indonesia.
Quality and food safety is of utmost important for customer confident mainly from importing China.
Posted by asa at 12:37 AM
Saturday, June 21, 2014
I have received a lots of report saying that there are less swiftlet in town now especially Bintulu.
Though there is no scientific evidence to proof this statement but producers claims the production had reduced to more than 20 % compare to two years ago.
The most likely cause would be migration of bird from town to rural where plenty of insects for food and the availability of good and suitable place or premises which also located outside the town area.
Posted by asa at 10:01 AM
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
One of our RM10,000 ekasih project start to produce result in Serian. I think for those who want to start swiftlet ranching but lack of capital, you can use this approach. Later once you has successfully attract the swiftlet , then you can extend and top up your investment.
Posted by asa at 1:59 AM
Sunday, May 18, 2014
Listed below are CNCA approved EBN processing plants which can export bird's nest to China. The plant has gone through auditing process by CNCA and met the requirement set by China which included food safety and quality system, traceabilty and trust worthiness.
Posted by asa at 8:48 PM