About Felix Odi

Hi, I’m an experienced author and content creator with over 18 years of experience as a publisher. Growing up in rural areas of Bristol, FL, I developed an interest in poultry keeping, fish farming, and pest control DIY solutions. Farming is a main activity in the area, and since pests are always part of our major setbacks, I had to learn how to get rid of them with simple DIYs. 

After my undergraduate studies in biology at the University of Florida, Our parents moved to Africa, where I joined them. I developed a passion for solving different problems that farmers face daily. This included a detailed understanding of the aquatic ecosystem, poultry farming, and pest control in the respective areas.

As a result, I decided to give back to the community by providing free care guides in the respective areas. I have published numerous research papers and articles on fish keeping, poultry farming, and free pest control solutions while sharing my insights and expertise with fellow scientists and industry professionals.

Some of my publications can be found on the following sites:

  1. pestweek.com
  2. fishparlor.com

I have also done several publications and consultations for other sites based on how and what we agree on. Currently, I work as a consultant in various fish and poultry farms worldwide, tackling their major problems like pest control and overall well-being in the respective fields.

In addition to my writing and consulting work, I’m an active member of several professional organizations, including the World Aquaculture Society and the American Fisheries Society. I frequently participate in industry conferences and events, sharing my knowledge and insights with fellow professionals in the field.

Overall, my passion and expertise have transformed me into one of the most reliable consultants over the years. I believe that my contributions to the field will undoubtedly continue to shape the future of sustainable aquaculture for years to come.

Contact me directly at:

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  • Can Turkeys Fly?

    Can Turkeys Fly?

    A short answer is yes; turkeys can fly at an average speed of 80-88 kilometers per hour. They can go up to 50 feet from the ground and cover a maximum distance of 92 meters. When flying, turkeys can only go up to 100 yards from their take-off point. Additionally, they only do so if…

  • Can Chickens Eat Beans?

    Can Chickens Eat Beans?

    Cooked beans contain rich amounts of proteins, fiber, and components of minerals that are good for chickens. They also provide poultry with dietary starch, which keeps them energetic. Chickens can only eat beans that are well-prepared and cooked. Poorly cooked or raw beans contain lectin, which is poisonous to chickens. Canned beans should not be fed…

  • Chicken Breathing With Open Mouth

    Chicken Breathing With Open Mouth

    I always observe how our chickens breathe to know when it’s normal or not. A healthy one should breathe via its nose with a closed mouth. However, high or hot temperatures can make them gasp for air while trying to release and cool excess heat from their body. It is okay for a chicken to…