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7 Nov 2015
TO ensure high standards of health and welfare for animals in the country, the International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF) has trained Nigeria feed millers on the implementation of Codex code of practice on good animal feed safety. IFIF country representative to Nigeria, Ms. Angelia Missaglia during the training exercise in Lagos, said the Federation collaborated…
7 Nov 2015
ONE-TIME war correspondent and former NTA Chief Cameraman, Pa Ganiyu Davies has advised the Federal Government to handle the lingering problem of Fulani herdsmen and South West farmers with caution to avoid an inter-tribal clash. The octogenarian, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Lagos Ogun Mineral and Farm Resources Limited also called on the…
7 Nov 2015
THE Chief Executive Officer of Gbola Agro-Allied Media Studio, Ibadan, Mr. Rasheed Adegbola has urged federal and state governments to encourage agricultural broadcasting, especially on radio and television. Adegbola made the remark while delivering a public lecture on, “The pains and gains of rural development broadcasting: an independent broadcaster’s perspective,” organised by the Department of…
2 Nov 2015
The NTP should not become a redundant policy document or reference tool only for academics. The NTP should be the “bible” that guides the thinking, formulation and execution of strategies relevant to taking tax administration at all levels (assessment, collection etc) and the tax system at large to optimum heights It is no longer news…
1 Nov 2015
The ban on Nigeria’s value-added agricultural exports to Europe by the EU in June 2015 is threatening the shaky economy. However, Dr. Abubakar Jimoh, Director of Special Duties National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) told FABIAN ODUM of the Agency’s plan.....
1 Nov 2015
Although, largely a produce of the Sahel savanna crop that spreads across several West African countries and beyond, shea butter, pressed out of shea nut, is commanding as much as three billion dollars (N600bn) per annum in foreign markets, where it has found use in a variety of manufacturing processes.
31 Oct 2015
Weaning Delta State of its over dependence on crude oil by massively investing in agriculture is a task for the present government that must be done if the slogan of former Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan ‘Delta Beyond Oil’ is to be realised.
25 Oct 2015
Nigerians, especially business owners have been urged to pay attention to the agriculture sector, which can revitalise the economy.
25 Oct 2015
THE Ondo State Government and the third National Fadama Development Project (NFDPIII) have syndicated efforts in agriculture to beef up food security, especially with cassava farming, and provide more employment opportunities.
25 Oct 2015
THE Federal Government will soon introduce National School Feeding programme aimed at enhancing and sensitising school enrolment, address poverty, malnutrition and stunted growth.
18 Oct 2015
The Lagos State Commercial Agriculture Development Project (CADP) has trained 55 women and youths in three value chains of rice and poultry production and aquaculture. The trainees were exposed to modern day farming techniques and how to commercialise their production in the weeklong training. At the award of certificate ceremony for trainees, Permanent Secretary, Lagos…
18 Oct 2015
The determination to seek alternative income sources for Nigeria is on the upswing as the searchlight turns to apiculture, the business of beekeeping and honey production as well as other by-products. In this wise, the Centre for Bee Research & Development (CEBRAD), is organising a three-day conference for key players in the apicultural business under…

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