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Eustace Iyayi

1 Sep
Despite increased investment in the livestock industry, Nigeria has a yearly milk deficit of one million metric tonnes, necessitating the need for local breeds that have high yielding capacity.
28 Feb
As the country continues to witness widespread conflict between farmers and herders, which has gradually snowballed into criminality, stakeholders in the livestock sector have highlighted...
14 Sep 2020
Despite multifarious challenges facing the agricultural sector of the economy, indications have emerged that Nigeria’s strength truly lies in the sector if obstacles are removed and necessary infrastructure is emplaced.
9 Jun 2019
Agriculture has been identified as the sector to reverse the growing unemployment in the country.This was disclosed by the Chief Executive Officer, AgroNigeria, Barr. Richard-Mark...

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