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3 Oct
As the cost of poultry and animal feeds increases daily, many farms and hatcheries have been forced to halt their operations.
3 Oct
The management of Okitipupa Oil Palm (OOP) Plc, Ondo State, says it is set to commence its re-capitalisation process, following approval by stakeholders at the firm’s 31st Annual General Meeting in Lagos.
3 Oct
The Netherlands, Ministry of Agriculture and experts in agribusiness have called for the use of insects to boost agricultural output and employment opportunities for the youth.
3 Oct
In a bid to expand the potential of Nigeria’s forest reserves, wood industry players, including timber and wood working machinery traders, professional bodies and other stakeholders, will be converging in Abuja for the second edition of the Wood Expo Nigeria.
1 Oct
Small-scale farmers and agricultural economists have harped on the importance of agricultural interventions of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) valued at N798.09 billion
1 Oct
An agro commodity export company, Witransaf, will tomorrow launch an online masterclass, which will train businesses on raw cashew nut export.
1 Oct
Experts have decried the non-usage of modern biotechnology and genetic modification as tools to enhance agricultural productivity in many countries in Africa.
1 Oct
The Lagos State government is set to partner maize farmers for silage production through the Maize Farmers’ Association of Nigeria (MAAN).
27 Sep
The Executive Secretary of NALDA, Mr Paul Ikonne said the newly commissioned bird intergrated Farm Estate in Yobe would generate 1.1 million Naira daily from egg sales for the Federal Government.
24 Sep
Nigerian agricultural scientists have been challenged to develop pineapple suckers capable of producing multiple fruits instead of one at a time.
24 Sep
Master bakers, again, have embraced adopting bio-fortified Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potato (OFSP) in bread and other confectioneries to keep prices affordable to Nigerians as major inputs become costlier.
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24 Sep
The European Union (EU) and German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) has commended Ogun State Government for the financial linkage and support for 3,000 individuals from Ogun State who have grown tomatoes ....

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