The Diet of Snails
In general, snails eat not only perko and feed, but also rapeseed, winter wheat, flowers, carrots, parsley, lettuce, cabbage. However, for commercial cultivation of snails it is most recommended to grow perko, as well as to feed them with compound feed. 95% of weight gain of a snail is the result of its fattening with special forage. The compound feed is a source of micronutrients and vitamins for the snail. Therefore, the quality of the feed and compliance with the guidelines of its storage is important. It should be stored in a dry, clean, dark place for no longer than 3-6 months from the date of manufacture.