Fermented fruit juice is a useful juice which both humans and livestock can consume depending on the production process. The production process is not complicated and can be easily made at home. Villagers can use local ingredients including readily available fruit as well as reused bottles to store the juice. This use of what is available maximizes the cost-efficiency of the process. Juice can be sold to benefit livestock feeding or for humans, generating income for the family.
Ingredients and Equipment
- 10 kg of ripe fruit with a sweet taste.
- 1 kg molasses
- Large basin
- Paper or cloth
How to Make
- Take the ripe fruit and cut it into small pieces.
- Mix the sliced fruit and molasses together. Put it into the basin and cover the top.
- Leave to ferment for about 15 days.
- Divide into bottles and cover them for storage.
How to Use
- Pig stall – The ratio used for washing the pig pen is 5 capfuls per 3 liters of water.
- Vegetable plot – the ratio used is 3 capfuls per 5 liters of water.
- Pig consumption – the ratio used is 2 capfuls per 1 liter of water.
- Used to wash the pig stall to eliminate bad smells and repel pests.
- Reduces the cost of purchasing disinfectant or deodorant.
- Mixed in drinking water to aid in the digestive system of animals.
- Used to mix water for vegetable gardening.
- Generate additional income for the manufacturer.