The Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN), South West zone, has said its members incurred losses running to about N50b as a result of the disruption caused by the naira redesign policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
The Poultry Farmers Association of Nigeria (PAN) said the industry has lost more than N30bn worth of eggs since the implementation of the naira redesign policy by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
The Poultry Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN) said its members lost more than N30 billion worth of over 15 million crates of eggs due to the effect of Naira scarcity in the country.
“The poultry farmers in Lagos State were marginalised from the Anchor Borrowers Programme (ABP). Loans were given to faceless poultry farmers.
17 Jul 2022
In the last few months, the price of eggs has increased astronomically. A crate of eggs, which sells for between N750 and N800 around this time last year, currently sells for between N2, 200 and N2, 500.
23 Apr 2021
Late release of agricultural inputs and long protocol required to access loans under the Federal Government’s Anchor Borrowers Programme (ABP) are major factors for poor performance of the scheme in the Southeastern...
20 Jan 2021
Farmers under the aegis of the Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN) have raised the alarm that farmers in the country will lose about five million jobs if urgent steps are not taken to rescue the sector.
13 Jan 2020
Broiler and egg farmers have called on the government to intervene to alleviate losses associated with the high cost of procuring day-old chicks and feeds as critical inputs in poultry
5 Jan 2020
It was a case of different strokes for different players in the poultry industry during the festive season. While some smiled to the banks with high proceeds, it wasn’t so for others, as they struggled to sell off their stock at give-away prices, to manageably realise their investment.
10 Nov 2019
One hundred indigent female poultry farmers, selected from communities in Ahiazu Mbaise Local Council Area of Imo State, have received 10 crossbred (Noiler) chicks each, feeds and drugs, as a way of empowering rural women in the state.
11 Oct 2019
Poultry farmers in Nigeria have called on the Federal Government and state to create enabling environments for investments, production and value addition in the sector. They said this as the world celebrates the 2019 edition of the International Egg Day today.
24 Jul 2019
Contrary to concerns raised by local poultry farmers about facing stiff competition with the sudden entrance of Olam Group in the sector, the group has explained that its investments are in the value-chain and not related to commercial broiler.....