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FG too far, sophisticated for smallholder farmers

FG too far, sophisticated for smallholder farmers

“If these smallholder farmers are not aggregated to have economies of scale the big players will come in and phase them out of the business.” Kenny Ashaka Mallam Suleiman Mohammed Dikwa, the Chief Executive Officer of Green Sahara Farms Limited, an organisation that consists of a number of companies engaged in a variety of agricultural […]
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‘Why I opted for farming after completing my NYSC in ‘84’

‘Why I opted for farming after completing my NYSC in ‘84’

Kayode Adejumo is Managing Director/CEO Adejumo Farms Nigeria Limited, a company with interest in almost all sectors of agribusiness. The company has since diversified into oil palm production with wide hectares of land along the Nigeria-Republic of Benin border. In this interview with Daniel Adeleye, he speaks on why he opted for farming amongst severalRead More …

IFAD trains Taraba farmers, traders in standard measures

IFAD trains Taraba farmers, traders in standard measures

Justin Tyopuusu, Jalingo The Federal Government-assisted International Funds for Agricultural Development, through the Value Chain Development Programme; has trained Taraba farmers, processors and market women in the use of standard weight and measures for rice and cassava products. At a stakeholders’ workshop for leaders, farmers, processors and market women held at the Nurses House in […] …

Danjuma’s committee begins distribution of farming inputs

To avert severe hunger in the north-east region ravaged by the Boko Haram sect, chairman of the Victims Support Funds (VSF), Theophilus Danjuma, has begun the distribution of N320 million assorted wet season farming inputs to victims of insurgency in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states. Speaking yesterday in Guluk, the Madagali local headquarters in Adamawa […] …

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