Raise Giant Frogs (Jan, 1936)

Friday Animals for Profit blogging, teaching you how to turn frogs into cold, hard cash!

Update: Bryans Basement also has a similar ad, I see we share a love of animals for profit blogging.

Raise Giant Frogs

A New, Uncrowded Industry

Good Profits – No Competition
Each pair of “Nufond Giant” breeders lay 10,000 eggs every year. With modern methods, up to 90% turn into frogs.
Giant frogs sell up to $5.00 per dozen everywhere. Think of the profit possibilities! Competition is unknown because the wild supply is practically exhausted.

Backyard Pond Starts You

A small backyard pond 20×25 feed with a little bank space is all you need to start. The pond is very shallow; little water is needed. Expand with the offspring.
Any kind of drinking water is suitable. Running water is not required. Flowers, lilies and plants make the pond very attractive.

Any Climate Suitable

“Nufond Giants” are a hardy breed of “North American” bull-frogs. You can raise them in the North or South, even in Canada.

Costs Little to Start

A frog pond is easy to make. There is nothing to buy except fence! You even raise the food right in the pond with the frogs! What other livestock offers you such advantages?

As originators of canned frog legs, we have developed the largest market for frogs in the world. Our products are on sale in principal cities throughout the country.

Write for our big, illustrated frog book. It explains our money-making proposition in detail.

Dept. 119-A New Orleans, Louisiana

  1. Bryan C says: January 26, 200610:51 am

    Thanks for the link! Your blog is fantastic.

  2. rich latka says: January 29, 200812:48 am

    I hava a 17.3 acre ranch in Hemet ca. the area is in a natural habitat for frogs , endajuied species for the yellow legged frog. thinking of making ranch into a frog farm. I would like to know if this could be profitable and who would I wholesale frogs to? no Idea on how to get started, and would consider joint venture with someone who wants to make money. I can be reached at 951 490-9912 thank you rich latka

  3. Ashley Fell says: April 4, 20096:03 pm

    In Soviet Russia, pond starts you!

  4. eddie says: August 24, 200912:02 pm

    Ive just started my bullfrog farm. Im putting up my fence now and i noticed that my newly morfed frogs can barley fit threw my quarter inch galvanized hardware mesh.They still have a small tail,my question is by the time they absorb there tail will they still be able to fit threw the quarter inch fence ?

  5. John Lacross says: April 7, 20115:14 am

    Can I get a copy of this, I am interested in starting a program in my city. I have an abandoned fish farm that would be perfect for this project.

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