Four weeks after the economy exited recession and Nigerians looked forward to a rebound going into the second quarter of the year, it was an anti-climax yesterday...
31 Jul 2020
As COVID-19-induced lockdown continues to affect businesses in the hospitality and social industries, commercial chicken, egg and catfish farmers have been counting losses in billions.
23 Apr 2020
As the era of lockdown to contain the spread of COVID-19 pandemic lingers, the Association of Catfish and Allied Fish Farmers of Nigeria (CAFFAN) has called on the federal and state government to extend palliatives...
14 Feb 2019
As the country will decide who becomes the president for the next four years between President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Atiku Abubakir...
11 Feb 2019
A poultry farmer in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, Mr Joseph Babalola, was feeding his 4,000 ISA-brown laying birds with gusto, assisted by two male attendants...
4 Feb 2019
The Catfish and Allied Fish Farmers Association of Nigeria (CAFFAN) has alleged that the Fisheries Department of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture has been frustrating its efforts to export smoked fish to the United States of America. The National President of the Catfish and Allied Fish Farmers Association of Nigeria (CAFFAN), Mr Rotimi Oloye, said…
9 Dec 2018
Those waiting to see the United States lift ban on Nigerian processed fish may have to wait a little longer. This is based on feelers...
16 Aug 2018
Fish farmers in Nigeria have raised the alarm that frozen fish importers and officials in the Department of Fishery, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, are sabotaging efforts to rev up local fish production.
23 Jul 2018
Financial experts and the Bank of Agriculture (BOA) have explained conditions attached to getting agric facilities while farmers narrate their ordeals getting loans.
24 Sep 2017
The Catfish and Allied Fish Farmers Association of Nigeria (CAFFAN) has urged the Federal Government to review the incentives given to fish importers so as to make local production profitable.