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Nigeria’s livestock industry under explored

The Federal Government can generate millions of naira from the livestock industry if efforts are made to address lingering farmers/herdsmen crisis,the Chief Executive, TVC Nigeria,…

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Nigeria May Experience Rice Shortage In 2019 – See Why

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chief Audu Ogbeh, has said that if appropriate measures were not taken to replant after the recent flood,…

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Cattle Ranches: FG To Use Own Land As States Resist

The delay by state governments in providing land for ranches has made the Federal Government to realise that it has more than enough land for…

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Stakeholders Canvass increased focus on Cashew production In Nigeria

Farmers and other stakeholders in the agric sector have called for more attention to the production, processing and marketing of cashew in view of its…

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How Digital Farming Can Tackle Nigeria’s Food Shortage

How Digital Farming Can Tackle Nigeria’s Food Shortage World food agencies such as the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and World Food Programme have, on…

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The Long Road to Reviving Nigeria’s Cocoa Sector

Cocoa House in Ibadan, southwest Nigeria, was built with the earnings from exports of cocoa beans and at 26 storeys was once the country’s tallest…

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NYSC Members Now To Be Posted To Farms

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) says it will include farming and crop production as part of the one year primary assignment for corps members…

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FG to support Farmers in Irish Potato production, value chain

The Federal Government has expressed its willingness to support Irish potato farmers toward increasing their productivity and modifying the value chain in 2018. Chief Daniel…

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