Questions and Answers II

  Question:
I have just received my 22 leeches, they are all alive and very happy, even though we live in a hot climate area like the California desert. They were delivered very quickly and are hungry and very funny creatures. I couldn't transfer it well. One fastened on my daughter's finger and started eating. My daughter was happy, but then her finger stopped bleeding. Since then we put them in a large plastic can and change their water every day (after they have stayed in the sun in an open container for 24 hours). Not because they need it, but because my daughter is totally in love. Me too. Now we're thinking about buying tweezers, but we're concerned that they may damage the soft skin of the leeches.

Answer:
What you need is not tweezers, but pliers. This is 9 cm long and made of stainless steel metal and by far the best tool for dealing with leeches. It will not hurt the animal.

Question:
Can I deliver leeches to you? I have large amounts in my local river and dam in the farm. Mostly guys who suck human blood. WhatsApp me please. greetings

Answer:
We only source our leeches from European organic farms. We don't trade wild leeches.

Question:
Do you sell leeches that don't suck blood? Do you have some kind of leech that eats vegetables or worms?

Answer:
No, we don't sell leeches that eat vegetables, and we don't sell leeches that eat anything. We only deal with blood-sucking leech varieties: Hirudo Verbana and Hirudo Manillensis (buffalo leech)

Question:
Hi I am interested to start a leech farm. Is it good for Pakistan, karachi? Can you guide me? I have idea to invest aprox $ 10,000 at start is it ok? Approximately return of investment ROI? thanks Abrar

Answer:
Leech farm business is very difficult and expensive. Leeches are not easy to reproduce in artificial environments and feeding them is very expensive. If you are importing leeches from abroad, it is best to try to breed them yourself.

Question:
Are leeches helpful to heal a fallopian tube block?

Answer:
Leeches are traditionally used to treat clogged fallopian tubes, especially in Russia, where female leech farmers apply them to themselves to treat poor fertility and many other diseases of the reproductive system.

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